3.) Buffalo Bills need depth at the wide receiver position
There is an argument to be made that Josh Allen could have the most depth at wide receiver in his tenure with the Bills. Not just depth, but valuable depth.
The Bills have their starters in Stefon Diggs and Gabriel Davis, then they have rotation players as of now with Deonte Harty, Trent Sherfield, Khalil Shakir, Justin Shorter, and Andy Isabella (more to come from roster cuts). In today’s NFL game, teams need receivers to be successful. Not just a top receiver, but also depth to serve as key role players.
Even if Isabella doesn’t see the field on offense, he can still be an emergency option should an injury happen to another receiver. The Bills have developed themselves as a pass-first team, but there has been inconsistent play from their outside playmakers the last couple of seasons. This includes a lack of separation and dropping passes, which both have cost the Bills momentum on offensive drives.