3.) Gabe Davis
In the last month of football, Gabe Davis has displayed himself as a boom or bust player in the Buffalo offense. In Week 6 against the New York Giants, Davis was targeted just 4 times for 3 catches and 21 yards.
In New England, Davis posted only one catch for 5 yards off of 5 targets. Then in Week 8 against Tampa Bay, he was more involved in the passing game than any other Bills’ receiver with 9 catches for 87 yards and one touchdown off of 12 targets. He had momentum going into last Sunday night against the Cincinnati Bengals, but was ultimately a letdown with 2 targets with no catches.
Whether it was Josh Allen not looking his way or Davis not being able to get open, last weeks’ performance hurt the offense and did not give Allen many options to throw to. Whether it is a lack of looks towards or Davis not getting separation, the offensive game plan that was displayed against the Bengals hurt Buffalo.
Get the weapons involved and know how to utilize them. Davis is not going to get separation outside the numbers, so maybe Ken Dorsey will want to use Davis more in between the numbers.