3.) Dalton Kincaid
It is hard to step up when you are second in targets on the team (17), but Kincaid has not even scratched the surface as to what he can provide for the Bills’ offense. On 17 targets, Kincaid has 15 catches for 99 yards and is still looking for his first career touchdown.
He almost had one in Week 2 against the Las Vegas Raiders before it was knocked down at the last second. When you are in an offense that has a player like Stefon Diggs, it is hard to get looks because of the value that Diggs brings to the team. However, Kincaid could play a vital role against Jacksonville.
The Jaguars’ have allowed over 20 catches for over 200 yards to opposing tight ends this season which could open the door for Kincaid. While he does have Dawson Knox opposite of him, Josh Allen has looked Kincaid’s way more and in the crucial moments that help the Bills move the chains for a first down.