The Buffalo Bills weren't even at full strength in their 41-7 win over the Titans of Tennessee last Monday night. Wide receiver Gabe Davis, a talented deep-ball threat, missed the game with an injury. Fortunately, he will be returning soon.
Davis told reporters this Thursday that he is "100 percent" going to play this Sunday when the Bills battle the Dolphins. It's a significant boost for the Buffalo offense, which is the League's best.
Davis was out last week because of an ankle injury. He landed on it a "little funny" and was kept out out of caution. He will return on Sunday.
“I was just out here trying to catch a ball and kind of landed a little funny. So, the ankle kind of rolled on me a little bit,” Davis said on Thursday. “It’s been feeling good, real good. I was out there running today and it felt good. So, excited it’s progressing and getting better.”
A big boost for the Buffalo offense, as if it needs it. The Bills are moving the ball with ease to start the 2022 season.
This Sunday, the Bills host a red-hot Miami Dolphins team led by Tua Tagovailoa.