Grading Buffalo Bills offense against New York Giants in Week 6

New York Giants v Buffalo Bills
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Tight Ends

The Buffalo Bills entered this game without rookie Dalton Kincaid and it seemed like Ken Dorsey wanted to switch up the offensive game plan without the second tight end. This could have been why the Bills had the extra offensive linemen in the game early and leaned more on a power-run formation.

This game was a chance for Dawson Knox to also see an expanded role and he did have six targets, which was tied for a season-high but could only catch three of them for 17 yards. He also had a big drop late that gave the Giants one more chance to get the win.

However, Quintin Morris made the most of his opportunities with Kincaid out as he made that great catch on the go-ahead touchdown. He isn't the same tight end as Dalton Kincaid but made a key play when needed.

Week 6 Grade: B