Buffalo Bills’ #1 Josh Allen needs no introduction to any football after what he has been doing in the 2022-23 season. Not only is he one of the prime MVP candidates, but he also accounts for a staggering 83.9% of his team’s offensive output, with 2,403 passing yards and 393 rushing yards out of their total 3,331 yards of offense.
However, there have been concerns over Josh Allen suffering from an injury in his throwing arm, which has left Nick Wright to state that the Buffalo Bills are going to blatantly struggle without him. Especially with the likes of the Minnesota Vikings (7-1) waiting for them, the absence of Allen could play a huge role in deciding the outcome of the game.
However, if the Buffalo Bills go forward with Josh Allen being a part of this game, an added injury could simply rule him out of the business end of the league. With so much at their plate, Nick Wright questioned the ‘balance’ of Buffalo Bills attack on the latest episode of ‘What’s Wright? With Nick Wright.’
Nick Wright on Buffalo Bills and Josh Allen’s injury
Nick Wright said, “The Buffalo Bills don’t have a well-balanced attack. They’ve scored 25 TDs on offense this yr, 23 of them have been by Josh Allen. … For the Bills to have any shot on beating the Chiefs in the postseason, that game needs to be in Buffalo.”
One has to understand that the Buffalo Bills are currently holding onto the #1 seed with a 6-2 record in their respective division. But the Miami Dolphins and New York Jets are 6-2 and 6-3, respectively. So that means, they are fighting for their spot at the top of the AFC and the AFC East.
That being said, the latest reports in and around the NFL World suggests Josh Allen to be ruled out of the game against Vikings, will we witness his team fall behind in the division? Remains to be seen.
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