Micah Hyde suffered a terrible accident at the Buffalo Bills training camp when he suddenly fell during a play. It is reported that he began to limp after the practice as a result of this, particularly around his right leg, and was soon carried off the field.
According to Matthew Bove, Hyde was immediately sidelined to get evaluated further.
“Quick update: It’s a hip/glute injury for safety Micah Hyde. He’s still being evaluated,” Bove tweeted on Friday.
The Buffalo Bills would be at a disadvantage given their current quest for revenge against the Kansas City Chiefs in the Divisional Round at the time of the injury. The Bulls' situation is also becoming more difficult since Hyde isn't the only one recovering from an injury.
Tre'Davious White, a top cornerback for the Bulls, was previously carried off to rehab after tearing his ACL in the previous season. In order to improve their lineup once more, the Bulls hope that White and Hyde can both recover as soon as possible and return to the team.
However, it is known that with Josh Allen in charge of the lineups and his potent offense, they have been a consistent challenger in recent seasons while attempting to secure a spot in the Super Bowl. Unfortunately, the Chiefs squandered both of their last two opportunities.
Reports say that knowing this makes it much more frustrating for the Bills after they successfully made into the playoffs in four of the last five seasons, even more so after a 17-season hiatus prior to Sean McDermott's arrival.
The Bills were truly on track to advance to the AFC Championship Game when they faced the Chiefs in the divisional round. Unfortunately, the Bills lost the game 42-36 and were unable to retaliate because of NFL overtime regulations.
In the end, they had to recognize Patrick Mahomes' outstanding play throughout the game.
However, Allen was far from being an easy opponent, despite the fact that he was losing the playoffs with Mahomes for the second year in a row.
Allen gave Mahomes a tough fight supported by his accuracy, which let the Bills record multiple incredible touchdowns and even took the lead in the game several times. Therefore, Allen is considered one of the Bills' most capable quarterbacks right now.
Allen's skill was also demonstrated by the way he appeared to be playing maximally whether he was throwing deep balls or breaking large runs. Having completed 27 of 37 passes for 329 yards and four touchdowns, Allen proved he could keep up with Mahomes even when his team is under pressure.
Allen led the Bills last season with a 70.8 completion percentage in the fourth quarter and overtime. In 2021, he had 18 throwing touchdowns on third and fourth down and displayed a 149.0 passer rating during the playoffs.
Allen also scored 42 touchdowns overall in 2021—36 of them via the air and six on the ground—putting him just behind Tom Brady, who had 45. Allen is one of only six quarterbacks in NFL history to have accumulated 5,000 offensive yards and 42 touchdowns in a single year.