3.) Kick/Punt Returner
After a season-ending injury to Nyheim Hines before the preseason began, the Bills more than likely would have had a competition between Hines and wide receiver Deonte Harty to see who would best fit for special teams and take the pressure off of the offense.
However, the injury to Hines took the Bills a new route which included signing running back Darrynton Evans and wide receiver Andy Isabella. Both players saw action on special teams on the kickoff last Saturday (both had three returns and the difference between the two was nine yards).
Isabella has displayed a type of speed and breakaway abilities not just on special teams but also the offense. During the Bills’ first preseason game against the Colts, the Indianapolis defense made the mistake of putting a linebacker on Isabella and Isabella ended up getting a step on the defender and breaking free for more yardage.
The third phase of the game has to be solidified if the coaching staff wants to bring stability and help out the offense.