2.) Deonte Harty
The Bills’ receiving core that teams usually game plan for the most is Diggs and maybe Gabriel Davis. Other than that, the Bills have yet to show off their other weapons that they have had for years, or just acquired this past offseason.
Much like Kincaid, wideout Deonte Harty has not had a legitimate chance to show what he can do on offense. He has yet to play more than 26% of the offensive snaps. What is interesting is that Harty does have 9 receptions off of 12 targets for 38 yards, but most of the passes are behind the line of scrimmage.
Harty will need to display the quickness that he has in the Bills’ offense to throw the Jaguars’ defense off their game and help open up the field. Even though this might be a long shot, and if given the opportunity to do some damage, Harty will have to find a breakaway lane and make this offense faster than what it is already.