1.) Trade Gabe Davis
With the trade deadline approaching, the Bills are sitting at 4-3 and after this season, they are going to be in trouble as far as the salary cap and will not be able to bring much if any pending free agents back next year.
One of those players is wideout Gabe Davis, who has been up-and-down his career with the Bills. This season, Davis has 22 receptions for 347 yards and 4 touchdowns. He has only two games of 90+ receiving yards this season and is coming off a 1 catch for 6 yards performance in which the Patriots had struggled to contain second wide receivers in an offense.
Tight end Dalton Kincaid has slowly emerged as the second option for the Bills’ passing attack, making Davis nothing more than an outside the numbers option. While the receiving core for the Bills is not the strongest outside of Diggs, why let Davis walk and not get anything in return?
He was drafted in the 4th round in 2020, so maybe he has some value on the trade market. However, if the Bills are not planning to re-sign Davis, getting something in return for him is better than losing out on a receiver and not getting anything at all.