4.) Dalton Kincaid gets 2+ touchdowns
In the last month of football, the Bills may have found themselves a valuable weapon for years to come in tight end Dalton Kincaid. Since Week 7, Kincaid has been targeted no less than 6 times per game and averaging 8.5 yards per game.
He has also managed to get into the endzone twice in the last four games. Going into his second game under the Joe Brady offense, Kincaid will look to continue to get involved in the offense. Last week against the Jets, Kincaid recorded 6 catches for 46 yards off of 7 targets.
The Eagles’ defense is not a concern for them this season, however they are not what they were last season either. There is no reason to believe that the Bills’ offense will operate without Kincaid’s presence. Kincaid has only scored twice this season (one touchdown against Tampa Bay and the other against Denver).
If the Bills find themselves in the Eagles’ red zone, Kincaid could become a favorite target. Both of Kincaid’s touchdowns come from just two yards outside the 20 yard line this season.