Continue to utilize RBs in the passing game
Last week against the New York Jets, Josh Allen targeted his running backs seven times out of the backfield, mostly by design and not just dump-off passes. The resulted in six receptions, 76 yards, and two touchdowns. That's a solid afternoon by your running back tandem with James Cook and Ty Johnson.
If Brady and the Bills hit these plays early in the game, it's going to open things up for everyone else on the offense, particularly in the passing game. This one singular point here I believe will create the opportunities that I will outline in the remaining four points in this article. I would love to see both Cook and Johnson get around eight to ten targets against the Eagles.