Without Stefon Diggs on the field, this creates a big opportunity for Gabe Davis to assume that role as the top wide receiver. The Bills former fourth round pick has seen his role in this offense steadily increase over the past three years to the point of him being the starter this past season opposite Diggs.
Unfortunately, he wasn't overly effective in that role and had a catch rate that hovered around 50% and had nine drops last season. He did finish the season with 836 receiving yards, 35 first downs, and seven touchdowns.
The Bills have appeared to be looking for his replacement for most of the offseason with interest in Odell Beckham Jr. and recently DeAndre Hopkins. However, now with Gabe Davis entering a contract year this could be a great chance for him to develop into a top tier wide receiver in this offense as the primary receiving target for Josh Allen which could result in a big contract next offseason.