S - BUF
Week 3 Outlook
According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, S Jordan Poyer is re-signing with the Buffalo Bills for two years after exploring the free agency market.
Poyer made some comments earlier in the offseason that made it seem like he’d be on his way out of Buffalo, but he turns around and returns for two more seasons. Poyer, alongside Hyde has formed one of the better S duos in the NFL, and even though the two struggled with injury in 2022, they should be poised to remain dominant.
Buffalo Bills safety Jordan Poyer is active for Monday Night Football against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Poyer is active for the battle of the heavyweights between the Buffalo Bills and the Cincinnati Bengals. Poyer has been dealing with a knee injury that caused him to miss the first two practices of the week but is expected to play a full complement of snaps tonight. Poyer is a DB1 despite the tough on-paper matchup against a Bills team limiting the position to the third-fewest fantasy points per game.
Jordan Poyer says he plans on playing Saturday, despite not practicing on Tuesday and Wednesday because of a knee injury.
Poyer will likely have to practice in some capacity on Thursday to have a good chance of playing this week.
Jordan Poyer did not practice this week and has been ruled out ahead of the Bills' Week 10 matchup with the Vikings.
Poyer is dealing with an elbow injury that will keep him on the sidelines as the two divisional leaders square off on Sunday. His absence will be missed against the Vikings' passing attack, specifically versus stud receiver Justin Jefferson. Poyer's next chance to return will come in Week 11 against Cleveland.
Jordan Poyer returned to practice in full on Friday, and is expected to play on Sunday versus Kansas City.
Poyer's return is great news for Buffalo's defense who will be facing their biggest test in the Chiefs this week. The 2021 AFC Championship rematch dawns a 54-point total, and both defenses will need every advantage they can get. The All Pro safety will be looking to make a huge impact.