Deonte Harty played only three snaps on offense against the Chiefs after being a healthy scratch against the Philadelphia Eagles before the bye week. However, in those three snaps against Kansas City, offensive coordinator Joe Brady found something that should be used this week against the Cowboys.
Late in the game, Harty ran a deep crossing route and Josh Allen would hit him in stride for a 25-yard reception. It was on the final drive that helped set the Bills up for the go-ahead field goal and secure the win.
The Buffalo Bills don't really have that top-end speed at the wide receiver position outside of Deonte Harty. He brings a different dimension to the passing game and this week the Bills should try to find a way to get him on the field more, particularly out of the slot.