These are three tight ends the Buffalo Bills should consider trading for before the trade deadline.
The Buffalo Bills offense has sputtered the past two weeks after a great four week stretch to open the season. This was primarily due to the play of Josh Allen, who has started to show more of the bad habits that plagued him in his first two years in the league.
While the run game continues to struggle, it is becoming more clear that if this offense wants to continue to produce it will be on the arm of Josh Allen. This is why general manager Brandon Beane should explore other ways to put playmakers on the field around their franchise quarterback.
Since the Bills have an excellent wide receiver group, one way to make this offense more dynamic is by adding another tight end. The team still has Dawson Knox, however, he has missed time due to injuries and when he is on the field hasn’t really produced. His replacement, Tyler Kroft, has played well but isn’t that dynamic pass catcher this offense could use.
These are three tight ends that could be available that general manager Brandon Beane should call about before the trade deadline.