2.) Will Dalton Kincaid be the number two target for Josh Allen?
The Bills took an unusual route in this year’s draft when they traded up to draft tight end Dalton Kincaid out of Utah. The Bills were in a clear need to give Allen another weapon for him to utilize in the passing game.
Although, it’s hard to say that people knew it was going to be a tight end. With that being said, Kincaid was productive at Utah when he was on the field. In his last season at Utah, Kincaid recorded 70 catches for 890 yards and 8 touchdowns. His breakout game took place against USC where he caught 16 passes for 234 yards and a touchdown.
With Kincaid in the offense in Buffalo, there is reason to believe that he will be the next security blanket for Allen in the slot to help move the chains on third down. The Bills already have Dawson Knox who received a contract extension last year, but Kincaid’s ceiling for production is higher. Behind Diggs, the Bills have a major question of who will be the second go-to guy. Can Kincaid take over that role this season?