Josh Allen has been the Buffalo Bills' starting quarterback without fail since Week 12 of his rookie campaign. Sunday won't see a change in that.

The Bills' Week 10 matchup against the visiting Minnesota Vikings will feature Allen in the starting lineup.

Allen missed practice on Wednesday and Thursday, was restricted on Friday, and was doubtful going into Sunday after suffering a right elbow injury in a loss to the New York Jets in Week 9.

Allen was scheduled to start after returning to practice, according to NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport on Saturday.

Allen was doubtful on Sunday due to a UCL issue, but he will start his 64th straight game. He hasn't sat out a game since his freshman season.

Allen, a candidate for the AP NFL Most Valuable Player award, has completed 191 of 298 passes (64.1%) this season for 2,403 yards and 19 touchdowns.

The Vikings' 8-1 record now puts them second in the NFC behind the 8-0 Philadelphia Eagles. 

The Bills, who now have a record of 6-3, are no longer in charge of the AFC East.

After Buffalo allowed a Vikings field goal, Josh Allen, the Bills' quarterback, quickly advanced into the end zone and had a chance to win the game in OT

 Allen, though, threw an interception that was caught by cornerback Patrick Peterson in the end zone,