3.) Gabe Davis
The second wideout has picked up where he left off last season on an up-and-down production season. Davis has 9 catches for 159 yards and two touchdowns. Last Sunday against the Commanders, he was targeted 4 times but caught only one pass that did end up going for six points.
He is averaging 17 yards per catch through the season and has played on 81% of the offensive snaps in the last three games. There is a reason to believe that those numbers could go up this week if this game ends up being all offense and no defense.
While Stefon Diggs will be taking on Xavien Howard on the opposite side, Davis could see looks from Kader Kohou, Eli Apple, or even Cam Smith. The key for Davis to get this offense going is getting separation that way the safeties have to worry about him and Diggs, and not just Diggs.
In addition, he can be the burner down the field for Josh Allen if they need to go long to get a big play. While the main focus will be with Diggs vs. Howard, look for Davis to be one of the x-factors in this game.