Jaguars vs Bills : Josh Allen is back in the starting lineup for the Buffalo Bills as they seek their fourth win on the season against the Jacksonville Jaguars, a fellow AFC team also sitting on three victories.
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An elbow injury has kept Josh Allen sidelined and out of the lineup for several games. He was close to coming back two weeks ago against the Jets, but Buffalo played it cautiously and let the elbow heel another two weeks with the bye week.
Now Allen is 100 percent and ready to resume his rookie campaign. Technically the Bills are still in the postseason hunt at 3-7, but they’ll likely need to win out in order to challenge for a spot.
Jacksonville (3-7) has dropped six games in a row and seemingly gotten worse with each consecutive defeat. They did play a potent Pittsburgh team close last week, but a 20-16 loss is all they had to show for it.
The Jaguars, despite their stellar defense, have yet to beat an AFC South opponent. Their odds of making the postseason hang by a thread just one season removed from playing in the AFC Championship game.