One of those players that could help the offensive tackles is tight end Dawson Knox. The veteran tight end returned last week after being on injured reserve due to a wrist injury.
The targets in the passing game skewed more towards Dalton Kincaid but Knox made an impact with the targets he did get as he caught all three for 36 yards and was the second most for the Buffalo Bills against the Kansas City Chiefs.
This week, Kincaid is dealing with a shoulder and thumb injury that has kept him limited in practice. It could mean Dawson Knox sees more targets this week if Kincaid is not 100% entering this game.
As mentioned earlier, the Bills will look to try to slow down Micah Parsons and Dawson Knox will play a role in that. He will likely be asked to line up frequently next to the offensive tackle across from Parsons and chip him as he runs his route or stay in to double team the pass rusher.
Dawson Knox should have a pretty big role in the game plan this week for the Buffalo Bills offense.