5 reasons why we haven't seen the best from the Buffalo Bills offense yet

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The Buffalo Bills hosted the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Thursday night, coming in with a chip on their shoulder after losing to the Patriots four days prior. Allen and the offense were excited to come back out and show the league they could still compete, showing signs before this game that Dorsey would loosen Allen's leash. The Bills' offense needed this, as Allen's dual-threat capability doesn't just make the offense more unpredictable, but also gives the whole team more energy. 

Fans would see that on the offense's first drive, where Allen would take a quarterback draw for 8 yards, bringing life to the Bills' offense. The offense would move down the field quickly and have a successful drive as they would set up Tyler Bass for an easy 37-yard field goal.

The rest of the game, the offense looked its best in the last 3 weeks, as they would record 427 total yards of offense. The Bills would spread the ball around to 6 different receivers, five of them recording over 60 receiving yards. Gabe Davis, Dalton Kincaid, and Khalil Shakir were the ones who stepped up and made this offense look like a well-oiled engine. 

Some fans will still criticize the offense for putting up 24 points, but when watching the game, you can see that the Bills offense was doing what they wanted for the most part. However, besides the impressive offensive performance, this isn't going to be the best offense we will see from the Bills this season, and there will be better performances down the stretch, and here are reasons why.