There is a chance that the Dolphins could be without DeVante Parker, who injured his hamstring against the Patriots and was limited on Wednesday. If Parker is forced to miss Week 2 or limited in his snaps, tight end Mike Gesicki could be in line for more work and have a big game.
The athletic tight end has struggled a bit early in his career but he started to produce towards the end of last year. In the game against the Patriots, he finished with three receptions on five targets for 30 yards.
However, he does create some matchup problems for teams and this could be a problem for the Buffalo Bills. The reason is that Tremaine Edmunds and Matt Milano are dealing with injuries that could keep them out and this would give Gesicki the advantage.
The Bills could bring a safety up to guard him or go with a bigger nickel like Siran Neal but Gesicki is a dynamic piece of this Dolphins offense that has the potential for a big game.