The Buffalo Bills could be getting their former starting tight end Dawson Knox back this week. He had been on injured reserve with a wrist injury but the 21-day practice window was opened on Wednesday which gives him a chance to play this weekend.
However, the focus this week remains on rookie Dalton Kincaid who has done a great job during the time that Knox was out with the injury. In the five games without Knox, Kincaid averaged eight targets per game, 6.2 receptions, and 56.2 receiving yards per game. Which is a significant bump compared to the first six games of the season with 4.5 targets, 4.2 receptions and 32.1 receiving yards per game.
Dalton Kincaid has drawn comparisons to Travis Kelce and while he has a long way to go before reaching that level, it is easy to see the similarities. Kincaid is a sure-handed tight end that moves very well for his position and size. He is a mismatch for most defenses and Joe Brady should continue to lean into that this week against the Chiefs.