Buffalo Bills: 5 most improved positions heading into 2023

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Tight End

The Buffalo Bills added only one player to this position but that one addition should make an immediate impact. Dawson Knox has been the team's starting tight end the past few years but the Bills have struggled to find a player that could complement and work alongside Knox.

That player now is Dalton Kincaid, who the Bills drafted in the first round of the 2023 NFL Draft. The addition of the former Utah tight end now opens up the playbook for offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey because he can run two tight end sets.

However, Kincaid is versatile enough that he can step away from the offensive line and be a bigger slot receiver. In addition to more two tight end sets, the Bills can play more hurry-up offense and not have to change the personnel on the field while giving defenses different formations.

The addition of just one tight end will not only improve the position group but the offense as a whole.