Sean Payton revealed his worst fear as key player miss week10 practice due to…

The Denver Broncos are back in the saddle, preparing all week to face the Buffalo Bills on Monday Night Football. Hopefully, the Broncos’ Week 9 bye afforded Sean Payton the opportunity to further fine-tune a football program that has been steadily on the rise over the previous three weeks.

While the Broncos still have way too many players on injured reserve, they’re about as healthy as fans could hope for entering Week 10. Another benefit of the bye.

The Bills, however, are yet to hit their bye, and they’re a much more banged-up crew. With Saturday’s practices in the books, both teams revealed their final injury report for Monday night.

Let’s examine.


Full Go

    • Baron Browning | OLB | Wrist
    • Ben Powers | OG | Ankle
    • Analysis: Browning has been a revelation since returning to the team in Week 7. He’d missed the previous six games on the PUP list, but his return couldn’t have been more timely. His wrist has bothered him, but he was a full participant in all three practices this week.

      Powers, whom the Broncos signed to a big-dollar deal in the offseason, has been playing well at left guard. He’s a big reason for Denver’s resurgence on the ground. Like Browning, Powers wasn’t limited in any of this week’s practices.


      • Terrel Bernard | LB | Concussion

Full Go

    • Stefon Diggs | WR | Back
    • Josh Allen | QB | Shoulder (Right)
    • Leonard Floyd | DE | Illness
    • A.J. Klein | LB | Back
    • Jordan Poyer | S | Shin
    • Baylon Specter | LB | Hamstring
    • Analysis: Diggs’ outlook for Week 10 was in question, but he’s a full go, as is Allen — the Bills’ most important player. However, Allen’s injury is to his throwing shoulder, so keep an eye on that on Monday night.

      Diggs was limited in practice all week, so being designated a full go is curious, but the Bills are obviously confident he’ll be ready. The Broncos will have their work cut out for them in covering Diggs and a talented Bills’ receiving corps.

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