Buffalo Bills: Breaking down potential offensive formations in 2020
1-1 (3 WRs)
Devin Singletary (RB), Dawson Knox (TE), Stefon Diggs (WR), John Brown (WR), Cole Beasley (WR)
2019 Plays: 761 plays (70%)
It is hard to imagine that Brian Daboll would swap too much from this formation based on the fact that the Buffalo Bills have run this as much as they have over the past two years. The other reason is that the wide receiver depth is one of the strengths of this offense so making sure Diggs, Brown and Beasley are on the field as much as possible will be key.
The benefit of running this personnel grouping is that the Bills can give opposing defenses some different looks with movement. While Dawson Knox is the tight end, Josh Allen could motion him away from the offensive line and give the opposition a four-wide receiver spread look, which opens the field up for either Devin Singletary carrying the ball or even Allen on a designed run.