4.) Dalton Kincaid gets his first career touchdown
It seems like I have been saying this each week and it is one prediction that just cannot happen. However, with the news of tight end Dawson Knox having wrist surgery and being sidelined for the foreseeable future, not only does Dalton Kincaid become the official starting tight end, but his stock as the number two option just boosted up. The Buccaneers have played well against opposing tight ends this season. They have given up 33 receptions for 276 yards, off of 49 targets.
Kincaid has 25 catches for 193 yards but has yet to get in the endzone this season. He is coming off his best performance against New England with 8 catches for 75 yards, in which he caught all of his targets.
The Bills’ offense looks like a mess these last three weeks and while they continue to look for answers to get back to the offense they were from Week 2-Week 4, it is important to keep Kincaid heavily involved in the pass-attack and serve as the true number two option for Josh Allen.