2.) Dalton Kincaid
When the Bills traded up for Dalton Kincaid in this year’s draft, it was a head-scratching pick because Buffalo had extended tight end Dawson Knox last season. However, the first eight games have shown that Kincaid is something special for the Buffalo offense, a unit that has not done the best at developing drafted receiving weapons since Sean McDermott took over the team.
Kincaid has played in 7 games and has recorded 30 catches for 258 yards, while getting his first career touchdown last Thursday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The rookie has emerged as the second go-to guy for Allen in this offense. He has yet to have a drop and is averaging over 4 yards a carry after the catch. The first round draft pick for Buffalo has improved each week as the season progresses and with Knox being out for at least the next three games due to a wrist injury, Kincaid should continue to grow within the role.