4 Buffalo Bills on offense to watch in Week 3 against the Dolphins
It has been a quiet start to the year for tight end Dawson Knox as he has only five receptions for 46 yards and no scores. However, this week seems like a perfect opportunity for Knox to show why the Bills gave him the contract extension they did.
Last week against the Ravens, the Dolphins defense struggled against Baltimore’s tight ends, and Mark Andrews and rookie Isaiah Likely combined for 13 receptions, 147 yards, and a touchdown.
If Gabe Davis is not back to being fully healthy for this game, Josh Allen could look to other players in this offense and Knox has the potential to be heavily involved this week.
Last year, Knox played only one game against Miami and had two receptions for 17 yards but did find the end zone for his first touchdown of the season. I would not be surprised if history repeated itself and Dawson Knox once again got his first touchdown of the season in Miami.