Week 11 grades for the Buffalo Bills against the Cleveland Browns

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Wide Receiver

The Bills’ offense didn’t get much going in the first half and surprisingly Stefon Diggs didn’t have a single target until the final offensive play of the first half. When he finally did get a target, it came at a crucial part of the game. That target ended in a touchdown and gave the Bills the lead 13-10 heading into halftime.

He finished the game with four receptions for 48 yards on five targets but he is too good to not be involved more in the game. This is something Ken Dorsey is going to need to make a point of emphasis on this week in practice and in his game plan.

However, it was Gabe Davis who finished the game with the most receiving yards among wide receivers with 68 yards on five receptions. This week followed a promising game from him last week and if he can string a couple of these games together, the coaching staff should feel a little more confident with Davis as that number two wide receiver.

Grade: B-

Tight End

It was Dawson Knox though that would lead the team in receiving yards by finishing with 70 receiving yards on five receptions. Similar to Davis, this is another promising game from the third-year tight end and could be a sign of things to come for the remainder of the season.

Grade: A-