The Bills won on Thanksgiving, but appear to have lost Von Miller to significant injury

The Buffalo Bills won their second game at Ford Field in the last four days after beating the Cleveland Brownson Sunday and the Detroit Lions this Thanksgiving Thursday.

The Detroit Lions posed fierceful competition and the game was decided till the last minute.

The final 60 seconds of playing time were packed with thrill and excitement, as the home team managed to tie the game with just a few seconds on the clock, but that proved to be more than enough for Josh Allen and the Bills to advance the ball up to field goal territory.

Bills won the game but could’ve lost Von Miller

The Bills have been riddled by the injury bug this season, specially their defensive front, which is already missing Greg Rosseau and A.J. Epenesa, but now their newly arrived premier pass rusher, Von Miller appears to have suffered a knee injury that’ll force him to miss some time.

Right before halftime Miller rushed Lions quarterback, Jared Goff, but got tangled with an offensive lineman and his knee bended akwardly.

He was examined by the Buffalo Bills team doctors in the medical tent on the sidelines, but was carted off the field into the locker room to be further evaluated.

NFL insiders are reporting that he’ll undergo futher testing on his knee, but for know it’s believed to be a sprain.

Von Miller leads the Bills with eight sacks in the season and had one tackle and one quarterback hit in this game before exiting with the injury. He’s second in the NFL in quarteback pressures with 37, just behind Cowboys linebacker Micah Parsons‘ 44.