After no targets against the New York Jets, Gabe Davis was a big part of the offense against the Eagles as he had six receptions for 105 receiving yards and a touchdown on 12 targets. It was the first time he had double digit targets since Week 8, and 100 receiving yards in a game since Week 5.
The fourth-year wide receiver has momentum heading into a game against a team that he always seems to play well. He had the record-setting game in the playoffs with four touchdowns in the AFC Divisional Round and last year he had three receptions, 74 receiving yards and a touchdown last year in the regular season matchup.
The Chiefs game plan will likely center around slowing down Stefon Diggs and forcing another receiver to beat them. When they did this in the playoff game, Davis responded in a big way and the Bills are going to need him to do it once again.