NFL Injury Report: Big Loss For Bills As Gabe Davis Exits Wild Card Round Game, Josh Allen Loses Key Weapon

Published 01/12/2024, 12:51 PM EST

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Josh Allen had reason to celebrate, but it was snatched from him. Bills Mafia got to know that TJ Watt would not be playing on Sunday. They let out a collective sigh of relief as the linebacker was a formidable weapon that could stop Josh Allen. Even though that problem was removed, it seems that the Bills‘ celebrated a tad bit too early.

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The team has two key injuries of their own. Will this nullify the advantage that they had? Or worse. Will they prove advantageous for the Pittsburgh Steelers?

Josh Allen to play without Gabe Davis

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The Bills may have won over the Dolphins in Week 18, but not everything was well. The wideout had injured his knee during the game. After examinations, it was diagnosed as a PCL sprain. Fans became less anxious as it was not a major injury. They thought that there was no way he would not play during the playoffs. But Dov Kleiman broke the distressing news.

He revealed that Davis had been ruled out for the Steelers game. It comes as a blow to Allen, who has come to rely heavily on his WR. He went out with 746 receiving yards on 45 receptions this season. Who will the Bills rely on now that Davis is gone?

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There’s obviously the Bills top receiver, Stefon Diggs. But other than him, Trent Sherfield, Khalil Shakir, and Deonte Harty might be the possible options. Unfortunately for the Bills, the bad news doesn’t just end there. It seems they have another key casualty.

Taylor Rapp also ruled out of the Steelers game

In an incident eerily similar to that of Damar Hamlin, Taylor Rapp was injured. In the New York Jets game, he collided head-on with teammate Taron Johnson. The stadium went silent. And the game was halted. An ambulance was instantly called and carried him off. Right now, he has been listed on the injury report with a calf injury. Now the team’s dime package will lay exposed.

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The remaining Bills players will have to bring their A-game. During the regular season, they have often struggled with red-zone conversions. Two straight weeks, they failed when it mattered the most. The team managed to carry the ball with the Dolphins’ red zone, but it fizzled out and didn’t end up in points.

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The Steelers’ HC Mike Tomlin is about as shrew as head coaches come. Will he plow through the team and take his team to the Divisional round, while a helpless Josh Allen watches on?

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