James Cook is becoming a massive weapon in the Bills' offense
My only complaint with James Cook, and it's not even his fault, is the team seems to get away from him at points in games. Cook was huge in the passing game in the first half, scoring on a 25-yard touchdown pass from Josh Allen. Cook finished the game with ten carries for 58 yards while adding five receptions on five targets and another 83 yards, to go along with the touchdown.
Allen attempted 42 passes in this game and normally I don't have an issue with Allen throwing passes, but Cook seemed unstoppable, averaging a healthy 5.8 yards per carry. The Bills need to lean a little more into him, I'd even make him more of a focal point in this offense, similar to the way the Bills of the '90s utilized Thurman Thomas. I would love to see Cook getting 20-plus targets every game.