Matt Milano Injurty

On Monday Night Football, the Buffalo Bills put their demons to work and routed the Tennessee Titans 41-7. Josh Allen tied a career-high with four touchdown passes, three of which went to wide receiver Stefon Diggs, and the Buffalo Bills continued their dominant play from Week 1 with a dominating performance in Week 2.

In the second half, Buffalo’s defense snagged a pick-six and induced four turnovers. You’ll find a rundown of the game’s most crucial statistics and memorable moments below.

Matt Milano

The Titans and Milano’s stinger prevented him from returning to Monday’s game. It appears that Milano was stung on Monday night, however, the specifics of the injury and its severity are unclear at this time. With Buffalo up by a large margin late in the fourth quarter, the linebacker’s absence could be more of a precautionary measure ahead of Sunday’s game against the Dolphins.

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Milano, not Humber, started at weakside linebacker for the 13-7 win over the Indianapolis Colts, and he set a new career best with 11 tackles (combined). Defense coordinator Leslie Frazier said the next day that Milano will keep his starting job at weakside linebacker barring injury.

Milano collected six tackles in the team’s 22-16 Week 17 victory over the Miami Dolphins, but he had to leave the game due to a hamstring injury. He did not play in Buffalo’s AFC Wildcard game defeat to the Jaguars (10-3).

Matt Milano

Milano played in 16 games and started five times as a rookie, recording 49 total tackles (32 solos), two pass deflections, an interception, and a fumble recovery. Milano was rated 72.2 overall by Pro Football Focus in 2017. It was good for third among all first-year LBs and rated 41st overall.

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As he made his way back from injury, Milano notched a career-high 100 combined tackles, 1.5 sacks, and a forced fumble in 15 games. Additionally, Buffalo made it back into the playoffs and faced the Houston Texans in the wild-card round.

Despite leading the team with 12 tackles, Milano and Bills safety Siran Neal was unable to sack Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson in overtime. Watson spun out of the tackle attempt and completed a pass to set up Houston’s game-winning field goal, which the Bills ultimately lost 22-19.

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