The Buffalo Bills are 0-2 and headed to play the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday. That's not the type of situation you want to be in without LeSean McCoy, your best offensive player.
McCoy injured his ribs during yesterday's loss to the Los Angeles Chargers. Originally, it was thought that he fractured his ribs.
However, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter, McCoy has cracked rib cartilage, which is apparently something he's dealt with before.
He is officially questionable for Sunday's game in Minnesota.
McCoy was limited to only 39 yards rushing on Sunday. He has only 61 yards rushing on 16 carries so far this season.
The Bills are already incredibly limited at the skill positions. They are also starting Josh Allen, a rookie quarterback.
If McCoy can't play next weekend, the offense will be in dire shape against one of the best teams in the NFL.
As of now, Buffalo is an underdog by more than two touchdowns.