2 fair, 2 unfair expectations of Buffalo Bills WR Keon Coleman in 2024

Does Keon Coleman face a good amount of pressure in his rookie season?
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Heading into the 2024 NFL Draft, the writing was on the wall that the Buffalo Bills were going to get a wide receiver early on. They let Gabe Davis walk in free agency and sign with the Jacksonville Jaguars. Then they made the shocking trade of sending wideout Stefon Diggs to the Houston Texans in exchange for a future second round pick. There were many speculations that the Bills would select a wide receiver in the first round of the draft, but they traded back not once but twice to get out of the first round. 

To kick off the second round, Brandon Beane would draft Josh Allen’s hopeful future number-one wideout in Keon Coleman out of Florida. Coleman has become a fan favorite in Buffalo in his short time with the team and fans should be excited to see what he can bring to the Bills.

This Buffalo offense is going to look a lot different than it has in previous years. Sometimes fans create realistic expectations based on the proven talent that is on the roster. There are also times when unrealistic expectations are created that are a long shot. When it comes to the rookie wideout in Coleman, there are two realistic and two unrealistic expectations that are in place for him. 

Here are two realistic and two unrealistic expectations for Keon Coleman in 2024.