On Sunday, the Buffalo Bills and Minnesota Vikings might meet in the Super Bowl. In the aftermath of the Bills' loss to the New York Jets last week,
all eyes have been on quarterback Josh Allen's right elbow. Due to an injury to his throwing arm, Allen is categorized as "questionable" for the match.
Saturday afternoon, though, NFL insider Ian Rapoport gave a significant health update: On Friday, Josh Allen threw a football and demonstrated his ability to hold the football.
Allen is expected to play against the Vikings despite his elbow injury, according to Rapoport. The Bills entered as 6.5-point favorites, but the line shifted to Bills (-3)
following Allen's injury with the expectation that he would not play. FanDuel's line reverted to the Bills (-6.5) many hours after this move became public. Allen, then a prospect from .
the University of Wyoming, was selected 12th overall by the Bills in the 2018 NFL Draft. In 2020, Allen's breakout season occurred when he led the Bills to the AFC title game.
Allen received Pro Bowl and All-Pro accolades during the same season Sunday at 1 p.m., the Bills and the Vikings will play in Buffalo.
The Bills have yet to comment on the most recent health report regarding their franchise quarterback.