Buffalo Bills tight ends combine for over 100 receiving yards
While the run game should be a big part of the offense, the Buffalo Bills are not going to abandon the pass game entirely. They should be able to find success throwing the ball but the focus this week should be utilizing the tight ends more.
The Buffalo Bills drafted Dalton Kincaid in the first round and have paired him with last year's starter Dawson Knox. Neither has really been a big part of this offense to this point, with 18 receptions and 118 receiving yards over the first three games.
In Week 4, that should change as both Kincaid and Knox should be featured heavily as tight ends have had success against this defense. In Week 1, Donald Parham Jr. with the Chargers had three receptions for 22 yards and a touchdown and Gerald Everett had two receptions for 21 yards. In Week 2, Hunter Henry had six receptions for 52 yards and a touchdown while Mike Gesicki had five receptions for 33 yards.
This week has the potential to be a breakout game for both tight ends and they should combine for over 100 receiving yards in Week 4.