The Arizona Cardinals are hoping to get a reinforcement back in their lineup ahead of their Week 10 matchup against the Buffalo Bills. Running back Kenyan Drake has recently been nursing an ankle injury and was initially listed as questionable.

His availability will be determined depending on his condition in the team’s pre-game warmups and remains to be a game-time decision for the Cardinals, as per ESPN‘s Adam Schefter.

Kenyan Drake suffered the ankle injury in the fourth quarter of their Week 7 tilt against the Seattle Seahawks and was carted off the field where he failed to return to the game afterward. After the team’s bye in Week 8, he still remained on the sidelines in the Cardinals’ Week 9 game against the Miami Dolphins where fellow ball-carrier Chase Edmonds stepped up to tally 70 rushing yards on 25 carries.

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Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray also showed his dual-threat game with 106 rushing yards on 11 touches along with 283 passing yards and three passing touchdowns. Despite their efforts, the Cardinals still missed Drake’s production in the team’s rushing attack to which they narrowly lost against the Dolphins on a 34-31 defeat.

The loss pushed back the Cardinals to a 5-3 record to place second in the tight NFC West competition. They are currently tied with the Los Angeles Rams in the standings while trailing the division-leading Seahawks who own a 6-2 record.

Kenyan Drake’s potential return could serve as a big boost for the Cardinals who are seeking to get back on the win column and topple the streaking Bills who are currently riding the momentum of a three-game winning streak.