Buffalo Bills: 4 positives to take away from Week 7 against the Patriots

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The Buffalo Bills' offense was moving

Yes, the offense struggled to put points on the board early in the game, which is always a must for this team, especially given the injuries on defense. Yet, the offense was moving the ball for most of the drives, however, most of them would stall out because of a penalty or a big loss, mainly caused by the struggling offensive line.

The offense had 339 total yards, more than 40 yards of offense the week prior. The offense should have more than this, despite who the Bills have at quarterback.

The offense spread the ball around very well, as nine different receivers had a reception, and for once, Diggs wasn't the leading receiver. That would be the rookie Dalton Kincaid, who had 8 receptions for 75 yards.

In this game, Kincaid has shown why he was picked with the 25th overall pick, as he's shown his natural ability as a receiver during and after the catch. Hopefully, this game will be a wake-up call to use Kincaid more down the stretch, which may help this offense.