2. Dawson Knox
Welcome back to the starting lineup Knox.
After playing through a wrist injury early in the season, the Bills placed tight end Dawson Know on the injured reserve after losing to the New England Patriots in week seven. The pro-bowl tight end missed five games before returning to the lineup against the Chiefs in week 14, catching all three of his targets for 36 yards.
In line with Knox's return, Bills standout rookie tight end Dalton Kincaid has been dealing with thumb and shoulder injuries that have made him a limited participant at practice this week. While Knox was efficient in his return on Sunday, he'll need to shoulder more responsibility if Kincaid isn't a full-go.
Knox has been a reliable pass catcher for Allen in the past, but this season he's struggled with drops. In an offense that's been relying on its tight ends to handle the short passing game in recent weeks, Knox will have to be on his A-game against the Cowboys defense, especially since Allen has created a positive rapport with Kincaid this season.
From 2021-2022, Know caught 15 regular season touchdowns for the Bills. If he can find the end zone this Sunday, it will certainly help the Bills keep up with a scorching Cowboys offense.