The Buffalo Bills are gearing up for a showdown against their division-rival Jets.
Just days before the matchup, Jets DE John-Franklin Myers had a few things to say about the franchise quarterback.
Franklin-Myers made the comment “if you can fake it until you make it” during his statement on the Bills franchise quarterback.
Don’t mess with Josh Allen
If Josh Allen is faking it, the league is in serious trouble.
Allen is the front-runner for the MVP with an explosive Bills offense that ranks top-five in multiple statistical categories.
Is Josh Allen a lock for NFL MVP at this point? 🔒🏆 pic.twitter.com/J8dU4ljI7M— theScore Bet (@theScoreBet) November 2, 2022
Allen, over the past three seasons, is 12-2 against the AFC East.
Additionally, in eight of those games, he has thrown for over 300 yards.
Josh Allen is 12-2 vs. the AFC East over the past 3 seasons.— NFL on CBS 🏈 (@NFLonCBS) November 3, 2022
In 8 of those 14 games, he’s thrown for over 300 yards. pic.twitter.com/l9J9p0ipVR
Concerns for Sunday
While Allen will look to continue his dominance of division rivals, the injury report provided some worry for Bills fans.
Specifically, a few new names have joined the list.
Thursday injury report pic.twitter.com/728jKriUPp— Buffalo Bills PR (@BuffaloBillsPR) November 3, 2022
Poyer, Edmunds, Miller and Milano are some of the more worrying additions to the injury report.
Now, it appears that the Bills are struggling to stay healthy after the bye.
Luckily, Tre White has been activated off the PUP list and has still not been ruled out for the upcoming matchup.
Every little thing is gonna be alright
The time for moral victories is over as this team has its sights set on a much larger picture.
However, resting important players to further avoid injury may be the way to go.
Get the star players the rest they need so they will be ready for meaningful post-season football.
After Sunday, we will see what calling out Josh Allen does for the Jets.
The Bills Mafia has to like their chances.
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