The Buffalo Bills had Dawson Knox return this week but it was Tyler Kroft who made the big play at the tight end position. He caught the Bills’ second touchdown of the game and that was his only reception of the game.
In games like today, similar to the running back position, there isn’t much asked from the position. The playmakers the Buffalo Bills have on the outside is enough to move the ball but it is great to see when they have opportunities to make plays, they are.
This wasn’t the best performance from the offensive line as Josh Allen was sacked seven times in this game. However, the offensive line seemed to be forced to constantly shuffle their offensive line due to injury.
The team saw starting left guard Cody Ford, starting right guard Brian Winters and right tackle Daryl Williams all leave at different times and miss snaps. This meant the team turned to players like Ike Boettger, Ryan Bates, and Ty Nsekhe which wasn’t necessarily a bad thing.
These are all good players and the Buffalo Bills do have good depth on their offensive line. However, with the constant change, it does affect the protection and this could be a reason why the team allowed seven sacks against the Seahawks.