2.) Tyler Bass
That four-year contract extension that Bass was awarded in the offseason is showing to be a good investment for the Bills. Bass continues to make plays for the Bills in scoring position by being reliable on field goal attempts and extra-point attempts.
Against the Commanders, he went 3-3 on field goals (longest was 54 yards) and 4-4 on extra-point attempts. He ended up scoring 13 points on the day for the Bills, ten points more than what the Commanders had overall. On the season, Bass has gone 7-7 on field goal tries, two of them being from 50 yards and beyond. He has also scored a total of 31 points through three weeks.
If the Bills are able to get into field goal range for Bass, more than likely he will be reliable and get the Bills on the board. Going into Week 4 against the Dolphins, Bass will need to be on point and help get the Bills as many points as possible.