2.) Davante Adams
While Davante Adams was not a big contributor against the Broncos, he was targeted nine times which was second amongst the Raiders’ receiving core and ended the game with six catches for 66 yards. When Adams gets into a rhythm, he plays as one of if not the best wide receiver in the league.
With Jakobi Meyers suffering a scary head injury and in concussion protocol, Adams will look to be the potential leader in targets against the Bills if Meyers is not able to clear protocol. However, it is not even a guarantee that Adams will be available as he missed practice on Wednesday with a foot injury.
The Bills defense to no surprise should have Tre’Davious White on Adams most if not all of the game. Being one of the best route runners in the league, White will have to be able to not only be physical as much as possible, but will need to stick with him to force Garoppolo to throw it in a tight window.
Even though Adams has not been the same player he was in Green Bay, he can still be the x-factor for the Raiders and make a defense pay due to careless mistakes.