Bills quarterback Josh Allen was busy on Sunday against the Buccaneers, throwing a season-high 54 passes and running for over 100 yards in Buffalo's 33-27 overtime defeat. But he didn't leave unscathed. After landing awkwardly on a fourth-quarter scramble but staying in the game, Allen entered his postgame press conference with a walking boot on his left leg, telling reporters he felt "pretty sore" and that he'll undergo further testing for his foot injury.

On Monday, Bills head coach Sean McDermott informed reporters that Allen suffered a foot sprain, per Bills Insider Chris Brown. McDermott says Allen is day to day, and that there's a chance he will suit up against the Carolina Panthers on Sunday. 

Allen stayed in immediately following his 23-yard run to bring Buffalo inside the Bucs' 20-yard line with less than 10 minutes to go, throwing a touchdown pass to Dawson Knox right afterward. After limping to the sideline, he got attention from the Bills' athletic trainers, who taped his left ankle and also examined his left big toe. Despite this, Allen assured reporters Sunday night that he's not concerned about missing time.

"I finished the game on it," he said, per, "so I don't think it's going to be a big deal."

"There was no way I was going out," he added of his status in Sunday's game, which dropped the Bills to 7-6 and just ahead of the Dolphins in the AFC East.

If Allen cannot go this week, Buffalo would likely turn to backup Mitchell Trubisky as an emergency starter under center.