While the Buffalo Bills offense has plenty of problems over the past few weeks, one of those has not been rookie tight end Dalton Kincaid. It took a few weeks for the Bills' first round pick to make an impact but over the past three weeks, he has arguably been the third biggest part of the offense behind Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs.
The breakout began against the Patriots when he had eight receptions for 75 yards followed by five receptions for 65 yards and his first career touchdown against the Bucs. In Week 9 against the Bengals, Kincaid was heavily involved and set career highs in targets (11), receptions (10), and receiving yards (81).
It wasn't all perfect as Kincaid did have a fumble late in the game but that seems to be the exception instead of the rule for the young tight end. Even when Dawson Knox returns from injured reserve, Kincaid should remain heavily involved and is going to remain a huge part of this offense.