One of the top offseason storylines centered around Stefon Diggs and whether or not he was happy with Josh Allen and/or this offense. That has been put to rest rather quickly as Diggs is playing great football and is once again the top receiver in this offense.
Through four games, Diggs has 31 receptions, 399 receiving yards, and four receiving touchdowns (including three against the Dolphins). He has been incredibly consistent during these first four games with at least six receptions each game and over 100 receiving yards in three of the first game games.
Similar to Stefon Diggs, Gabe Davis had plenty of questions entering this season but his questions centered more around whether or not he could take that next step as the number two wide receiver. After an up-and-down season last year, Davis has been able to take advantage more of limited opportunities with a touchdown in three straight games while averaging only 4.6 targets per game.
As Stefon Diggs continues to make plays, defenses are going to have to continue to focus on the number one wide receiver. This should open up more chances for Davis and as long as he can continue to make plays with those chances, this offense is going to be very tough to stop.