Makes the offense even more dynamic
The Buffalo Bills went out and added a number of playmakers this offseason, led by the trade for Stefon Diggs. However, they also selected Zack Moss, Gabriel Davis and Isaiah Hodgins and these four join the likes of Devin Singletary, John Brown and Cole Beasley.
The personnel groupings and formations Brian Daboll will be able to create and operate out of is pretty endless. The one area that is lacking, and this is where a player like Njoku comes in, is two tight end sets that would allow the Bills to attack over the top if the defense comes out in a base or run-heavy set.
The addition of Njoku wouldn’t take Dawson Knox completely out of this offense but would divert attention away and could create some winnable matchups to help the second year tight end. A offensive formation with David Njoku and Dawson Knox on the inside, Stefon Diggs and John Brown on the outside and Devin Singletary coming out of the backfield would give defensive coordinators nightmares. It would spread out the field and should give Josh Allen easy throwing lanes to throw the ball or even allow him to scramble and pick up yards.