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

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Spreading the football will be mandatory going forward

Something that's been a problem with the Bills for a long time is spreading the ball around to other players besides Diggs. Davis has his moments with drops and struggles to get open at times. It's useful when developing plays to scheme him open on short routes, such as quick RPO plays where Davis can get the ball quickly and use his underrated YAC ability.

Khalil Shakir also played solid, signaling he may get the ball more in the long run. Dalton Kincaid was the story of that Bucs game, where he's made play after play, showing off his overall skill set. As Knox is on IR, don't be surprised to hear his name more down the road, even when Knox returns.

It also shouldn't be ignored that the Bills have a running back who has the skill set as a receiver as well. Drawing up more plays for James Cook down the stretch would help make this offense unpredictable and hard to stop.