Josh Allen, the Bills' quarterback, will be limited by an elbow sprain

By Babita Singh

Josh Allen of the Buffalo Bills is expected to be limited this week due to a sprained right elbow.

According to the report, Allen's goal is to "manage" the injury without missing a game, including Week 10 against the Minnesota Vikings.

Coach Sean McDermott could talk about the short-term strategy at the position after the Bills' practise on Wednesday.

If Allen takes a week off, Case Keenum, an experienced quarterback, would likely start in Minnesota against one of his former teammates.

In 2018, Allen injured the UCL in his right elbow, and it is thought that he is currently struggling with a similar ailment.

In the previous two games, Allen has been sacked seven times in addition to four interceptions.

After being stripped in the final minute of Sunday's game by Jets edge rusher Bryce Huff, Allen was flexing his right wrist and opening and closing a clenched fist.

Allen gave the Bills a 14-3 lead by scoring two rushing touchdowns in the first half.

Allen completed 18 of his 34 pass attempts for 205 yards, two interceptions, and two fumbles, but the Bills recovered both times.

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