For most of the season, the Buffalo Bills have played in two tight end sets with Kincaid and Knox. However, without a player on the roster that could replace Knox at tight end, Ken Dorsey went back to playing primarily three wide receiver sets.
This opened the door for Khalil Shakir to see the most snaps he has all season by playing 65% of the offensive snaps. He was a big part of this offense as he had six receptions on six targets for 92 yards, which all three stats were career highs for the second year wide receiver.
There is no question that early in the game, Josh Allen looked more comfortable and the offense as a whole was moving the best it had in almost a month. This was a new wrinkle to the gameplan that the Bucs didn't seem to be ready for and the question moving forward is whether Shakir can continue to make this impact if defenses are preparing more for three wide receiver sets.