The Buffalo Bills are winners of their last three games, including a win last week over the Miami Dolphins by a score of 48-20. The offense was a big key to the win as they put up the most points they have in a game since January 3rd, 2021.
With that being said, this offense will be something to watch Sunday as the Bills battle the Jaguars in London, England. Here are a list of the three must-watch offensive players for Buffalo against Jacksonville.
3 Buffalo Bills to watch on offense in Week 5 against the Jacksonville Jaguars
1. Dion Dawkins, LT
One major weapon the Jags have on defense is the edge pressure they can get on to opposing quarterbacks. They have two athletic studs on the edge in former first overall pick Travon Walker and the weakside linebacker on the other end of the line in Josh Allen. Both players have combined for 30 tackles and 8 sacks through four weeks of the season.
To stop this rush, Dion Dawkins will need to be on his A-game in protecting Josh Allen's blind side throughout Sunday's matchup. He has been great all season with neither a penalty nor a sack given up to date. Allen and Walker are two great linebackers off of the edge that he will see throughout the game.
The Bills are coming off a wickedly great offensive game in which they allowed only two sacks to the Dolphins last week and that same kind of success from the blocking of players like Dawkins could put Buffalo in position for another win.
2. Josh Allen, QB
You could genuinely put Josh Allen on this list for every game from here on out. But, he has put the team on his back since a bad start against the Jets in week one. In his last three starts, Allen has thrown for 812 yards and has a touchdown to interception ratio of 8 to 1. He also had two ratings of 123+ during that span against the Las Vegas Raiders and last week against Miami.
This type of success being emulated is key for the Bills is going to be key for them going forward. If Allen is on his game, the Bills are usually on their game and it leads to wins. The Jaguars rank 22nd in the NFL in passing yards allowed per game. This creates a possibility for another big Allen performance.
3. Dalton Kincaid, TE
Another thing that stands out about this Jacksonville defense is how they have defended the tight end position this season. It has not been all the way there. The Jags have given up 50+ yards to tight ends in three of the first four games this season.
This sets up the Bills' tight end group for success in London. But in particular, Dalton Kincaid can continue an active start to 2023. So far, the first round pick out of Utah State has seen 17 targets that have resulted in 99 yards. His best game came against the Raiders where he had 47 yards.
Kincaid has yet to get in the endzone this season. The Jaguars gave up 116 yards to Atlanta tight ends last weekend and this may set him up for another break through game like he had in week two.