The Buffalo Bills shocked the NFL world last weekend when they took down the Minnesota Vikings in convincing fashion. What made the victory even more impressive is the fact that the team won without its star tailback, LeSean McCoy.
The former Pitt star missed the game with cracked rib cartilage. Chris Ivory came in and led the team in both rushing and receiving while rookie QB Josh Allen put together a solid performance with one passing touchdown and two rushing TD's.
Despite winning without McCoy, the team doesn't want to make a habit of having to take the field without arguably the team's best player.
NFL insider Ian Rapoport gave Bills fans positive news on Friday. Although McCoy will likely be given a "questionable" designation, it looks like he'll play.
Buffalo travels to Green Bay for a matchup against Aaron Rodgers and the Packers on Sunday afternoon. The game kicks off at 1:00 p.m. ET on CBS.
Stay tuned for more NFL injury updates.