It's been a disappointing season for the Buffalo Bills so far. They started out red hot but have completely fallen apart since then. The team fought back brilliantly against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but it wasn't enough. To make matters worse, Josh Allen was seen in a walking boot after the game.

According to Ian Rapoport, Josh Allen is dealing with a mild case of turf toe. It's not ideal, but it's also not the worst news either. The injury could have been more serious, but luckily for the Bills, Allen seems fine and is likely to finish the season.

Considering the Bills are now 7-6 on the year, Buffalo is still in the hunt for a spot in the playoffs. They've fallen behind the New England Patriots and the Miami Dolphins have closed the gap behind them. The final stretch of the regular season is crucial, as this team needs to step up if they hope to make a postseason appearance.

Everything starts and ends with Josh Allen on the offense. The Bills need to find a way to get more of his teammates involved, especially in the run game. Allen has been the best running back on the team the last couple of years, which isn't a winning formula. It's likely too late in the season to fix that issue and won't be addressed until the offseason.

With Allen dealing with turf toe, running the ball will become a tad more difficult. The Bills quarterback might not be able to run or make cuts like he's used to. Even so, it appears Allen will be fine as he'll do everything possible to lead Buffalo to the playoffs.