The Buffalo Bills might have some good news on offense , for once.Rookie quarterback Josh Allen resumed throwing for the first time in three weeks since spraining his right elbow, and there's a possibility he could play against the New York Jets this weekend.Coach Sean McDermott wouldn't rule out Allen from playing Sunday, but was cautious in adding, "I'm going to take it day to day at this point."Allen began testing his arm on Friday, and continued through the weekend, McDermott said. On Monday, Allen threw about 100 passes during a workout, which translates into an average workload during a normal practice.McDermott stressed he's going to take a cautious approach regarding Allen, and noted one option is providing him additional time to heal with Buffalo (2-7) entering its bye week after playing at New York.Should he play, the matchup against the Jets (3-6) would pit the Bills rookie against quarterback Sam Darnold, who was drafted third overall, four spots ahead of Allen.Allen has been out since being hurt during a 20-13 loss at Houston on Oct. 14, which began the Bills' four-game skid.Buffalo's quarterback position has been in flux since and contributed to a sputtering offense which has scored 20 points in its past three games and an NFL-worst 96 overall this season.Derek Anderson turned the ball over six times in two starts before sustaining a concussion in a 25-6 loss to New England last week. Nathan Peterman threw three interceptions in a 41-9 loss to Chicago on Sunday.Anderson remains in the NFL's concussion protocol.Should Allen not be ready, McDermott said Anderson would be the next in line to start if he's cleared to play.In updating other injuries, McDermott said running back Chris Ivory has been released from the hospital after being evaluated for what he called "internal issues" separate from a shoulder injury he sustained against Chicago. Ivory is considered day to day.Starting tight end Charles Clay is listed week to week after hurting his hamstring on Sunday.Allen's pending return is an encouraging sign for an offense that's been anemic no matter who's behind center. The 22-year-old has a 2-3 record since taking over the job in Week 2, and lost plenty of developmental opportunities while being sidelined."It's never easy for a young player to miss reps Womens Ryan Groy Jersey , valuable reps. But it's offered a nice perspective in kind of a glass-half-full in terms of his development," McDermott said. "He's had a chance to watch, take a step back and learn while being on the sideline."It couldn't have been easy watching.Buffalo has scored just two touchdowns in its past five games, and Peterman's 1-yard run against Chicago ended a TD drought that spanned 187 minutes and 19 seconds. With just eight touchdowns all season, the Bills are one of just 13 teams since 1940 with that many or fewer through nine games, according to Pro Football Reference."To get the results we've gotten on that side of the ball in particular leaves you frustrated, leaves you empty-handed," McDermott said. "Our fan base deserves better. That's what we're committed to do. That's what I came here to do, and to do it the right way. It takes some time."And, though McDermott won't acknowledge it publicly, it'll take more talent.Buffalo's offensive line is a patchwork unit that lost two starters — center Eric Wood and guard Richie Incognito — this offseason.Protection is an issue. Buffalo's 33 sacks are the second-most allowed in the NFL.And the running attack has ground to a halt with LeSean McCoy having combined for 23 yards on 22 carries over the past two games."We have a lot of work to do, a lot of getting better to do. Not where we need to be," offensive coordinator Brian Daboll said.The Bills claimed receiver Isaiah McKenzie on Monday, three days after he was placed on waivers by Denver. He was used mostly as a kickoff and punt returner in 12 career games, including one this season, since being selected in the fifth round of the 2017 draft out of Georgia.Buffalo created a roster spot by releasing receiver Cam Phillips.Scouting the Scouts: Where have the Buffalo Bills scouts been spotted The 2018 college football season is well underway which means that NFL general managers and scouts have been hitting the road to watch prospects play live. Thanks to a few generous media members Womens Vladimir Ducasse Jersey , fans are able to get an idea of what games certain NFL teams are sending their scouts to on Saturdays. As one would expect, the Buffalo Bills scouts have been attending some of the biggest games in college football. So, what players or positions might the team be scouting? Find out below.Oklahoma-UCLASeptember 8thTop ProspectsOklahoma (WR Marquise Brown, RB Rodney Anderson, OT Bobby Evans, OG Dru Samia)UCLA (ER Jaelan Phillips, TE Caleb Wilson, OG Michael Alves)Grif’s take: Oklahoma’s offensive skill positions was likely the main draw, as Marquise Brown and Rodney Anderson are among the best at their position in the nation, but UCLA’s Caleb Wilson is also considered to be among the five draft-eligible tight ends.LSU-AuburnSeptember 15thTop ProspectsLSU Tigers (LB Devin White, CB Greedy Williams, OG Garrett Brumfield, TE Foster Moreau)Auburn Tigers (QB Jarrett Stidham, DT Derrick Brown, CB Javaris Davis, WR Darius Slayton)Grif’s take: The defensive talent in this game was unrivaled. LSU’s White and Williams are first-round locks and analysts are very high on Brown for Auburn. Brumfield was dealing with an injured knee during the game Authentic Dion Dawkins Jersey , but he is a very exciting prospect at a position of need for the Bills.University at Buffalo-RutgersSeptember 22ndTop ProspectsUB Bulls (QB Tyree Jackson, WR Anthony Johnson, LB Khalil Hodge, DE Charles Harris)Rutgers Scarlet Knights (OT Tariq Cole, CB Blessuan Austin, CB Isaiah Wharton)Grif’s take: Not sure why the scouts traveled all the way to Jersey when they could take a short drive to UB Stadium during any other game, but seeing UB talent take on a Big Ten team was likely appealing. Johnson and Hodge were the best prospects on the field, but the two cornerbacks for Rutgers are solid lower-round talents.Georgia-MissouriSeptember 22ndTop ProspectsGeorgia Bulldogs (CB Deandre Baker, S J.R. Reed, DE Jonathan Ledbetter, OLB D’Andre Walker, WR Mecole Hardman)Missouri Tigers (QB Drew Lock, DT Terry Beckner, TE Albert Okwuegbunam, WR Joseph Hall)Grif’s take: The Georgia defenders listed are all high-level prospects, Missouri’s talent has spent the year raising their draft stock all season. Okwuegbunam actually led both teams with 9 catches for 81 yards.Michigan-NebraskaSeptember 22ndTop ProspectsMichigan Wolverines (DT/DE Rashan Gary Authentic LeSean McCoy Jersey , DE Chase Winovich, LB Devin Bush, CB Lavert Hill, S Khaleke Hudson)Nebraska Cornhuskers (WR Stanley Morgan, DT Carlos Davis, CB Eric Lee)Grif’s take: Again, it was the defensive talent, specifically Michigan’s, that likely drew the Bills’ scouts. Gary has first-round stock, even if Michigan isn’t using him correctly. After adding some weight, Bush looks like a solid NFL starter.