Analysis: What Bills quarterback Josh Allen's week of recovery could look like


ifferent types of exams, multiple meetings with trainers and physicians, regular doses of anti-inflammatory medicine and possibly even a platelet-rich plasma could dominate this week for Bills quarterback Josh Allen. Allen’s right elbow was awkwardly wrenched twice in Sunday’s 20-17 loss to the New York Jets, once in the first quarter and, more severely, on the Bills’ third-to-final offensive play. Afterward, Allen said he had "slight pain" in the elbow. The organization hasn’t provided a status update, but some crumbs of information were obtained Monday night (ESPN reported the "ulnar collateral ligament and related nerves" evaluation) and Tuesday afternoon (NFL Network said "multiple doctors are giving multiple opinions"). We shouldn’t expect any significant clarity on Wednesday when the Bills release their first injury report ahead of Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings aside from body part and practice status.