Big Blow To The Buffalo Bills Offense This Week
If you weren't a Bills or Titans fan watching Monday Night Football this week, you walked away going "that was one of the best games I've seen in recent years." That's because it was, although stressful and not a happy ending for the Bills and their fans, losing 34-31 in Nashville.
The Bills went into Monday's game with a healthy roster, but suffered a big blow during the game; and it's one of their key pieces on offense.
Tight end Dawson Knox broke a bone in his hand during the game on Monday night and had surgery to repair that hand. Mike Garafolo of The NFL Network reports that Knox is likely to miss a few weeks.
Knox was having a breakout season, catching five touchdowns in the first five games of the season. What's amazing is Knox actually broke his hand before the Bills attempted a two-point conversion, but Knox stayed in to toss the ball with his non-throwing hand to Josh Allen.
The Bills are now 4-2, which is the same record they had after six weeks last season. The team goes into the bye week and looking forward to their Halloween home game against the Miami Dolphins at Highmark Stadium.
If you remember, the Bills suffered a tough loss to the Arizona Cardinals last year and went into the bye. The Bills proceeded to win every remaining regular season game and went to the AFC Championship game. Fans are hoping that happens here, but this time, make it to the Super Bowl.