It’s official, the injury bug has hit the Bills… hard.

Thursday’s injury update provided yet another update for a team plagued with injury. It appears injuries are worse than we originally thought as a new name has popped up.

Specifically, Gabe Davis, who was limited yesterday, did not practice today. The Bills are depleted on both sides of the ball but the Davis injury was one that is surprising.

Davis, who was injured for the Titans matchup, struggled against the Dolphins and appeared to still be nursing an ankle injury.

However, his designation on Thursday doesn’t mean he will be out for Sunday.

Furthermore, it’s a step in the wrong direction for the upcoming matchup.

Injuries, injuries, and more injuries

The injury update for the Bills is almost as long as their active roster.

With the depleted secondary, McDermott and Beane were forced to make a move by signing veteran CB Xavier Rhodes. Rhodes has a history with Leslie Frazier and will fit in well with the current system.

Additionally, the biggest injury concern that comes to mind would be that of Mitch Morse. His absence in Miami proved to be costly. 

Specifically, at the end of the first half, there was a bobbled snap that resulted in 0 points for the Bills.

An instance that most likely would’ve been missed had Morse been on the field.

A sign of good, in the midst of all the bad

However, there’s one very big bright spot when looking at the injury report.

Shockingly, Dane Jackson has been limited all week.

Jackson, who was involved in a scary incident during the Bills’ Monday Night Football matchup against the Titans, has made a valiant recovery.

With a depleted secondary, it’s a bright spot to get one of our more experienced players back in the fold.

Aside from Jackson, seeing Jordan Poyer as limited the past two practices is a breath of fresh air.

Gearing up for the Ravens

Of course, with an explosive matchup coming up against the Ravens, we always want to share the most epic play of all time (in our opinion).

It’ll be a shootout.

However, regardless of all the injuries, the Bills have Josh Allen.

I’m confident in the matchup, Bills win.

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