3.) The Bills need to get wide receiver help
Since the days of John Brown, Cole Beasley, and the first year of Stefon Diggs, the Bills have not been able to develop a strong receiving core in the last couple of seasons. Outside of Diggs, the Bills have not been able to build Gabe Davis into a consistent second option on the outside, solidify a true slot receiver to serve as the security blanket on crucial third downs, and it took the Bills drafting a rookie tight end in Dalton Kincaid to bring him a valuable weapon down the stretch of the season.
Whether the Bills bring back Davis, who is an impending free agent going into March, Buffalo needs to put a focus on bringing in valuable receiving competition and look for potential starters outside of Diggs. Having a quarterback like Josh Allen with a not-so-strong wide receiver core hurts the prime of Allen and puts more pressure on him to make a play.