5 best wide receivers the Buffalo Bills will play in the 2024 season

The Bills' secondary will have their hands full with these five star receivers.
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2.) Puka Nacua - Week 14

The steal of the 2023 NFL Draft was wide receiver Puka Nacua who broke out in the Los Angeles Rams’ offense. Despite only having six touchdowns, Nacua was just 14 yards shy of 1,500 yards with 105 receptions. In his first two games, Nacu had 35 receptions for 266 yards. Right out of the gate, Nacua took the NFL by the horns and made a name for himself right away. In the Rams’ wild card playoff game, Nacua had 9 catches for 181 yards and a touchdown. In an offense that has Cooper Kupp and a steady run game led by Kyren Williams, Nacua still managed to make his mark.

The Bills will more than likely have a hit or miss game against Nacua. While he can be explosive for the Rams’ offense, he also can be quiet depending on who Matthew Stafford is throwing the ball to. Even though Cooper Kupp is also in this offense, Kupp has had a recent injury history. Buffalo’s secondary will have to make sure that when it comes to LA’s passing attack, Nacua does not get any easy targets.

1.) Tyreek Hill - Weeks 2 & 9

It should be no surprise that Tyreek Hill is number one on this list. The last two seasons in Miami, Hill has had back-to-back 1,700+ receiving yards and has had 21 total touchdowns in that span. Last year, Hill was on his way to having a historic season before missing one game. He had 11 games of double digit targets and 8 games of 100+ receiving yards (one over 200 yards). Luckily when the Dolphins played against the Bills, Hill was not a dangerous weapon like he usually is. In the two meetings between Buffalo and Miami, Hill only had ten receptions for 170 yards and a score. He was not a headache for the Bills’ secondary.

However, with this new look Buffalo secondary, anything can happen in 2024. When Hill is playing at his best, he is almost impossible to stop. He can turn a five yard pass and turn it into a 75+ yard touchdown. He has the ability to run outside and inside the field to move the chains for Miami. Either way, the Bills will be tested twice once again when they take on Hill and the Dolphins. Hill is a player that teams always have to prepare for because at any moment, he can take over a game.