The Buffalo Bills remain undefeated in the preseason, with a dominant win over the Denver Broncos in Western New York. The excitement for the new season is reaching all new heights. It’s almost here!!!
1. Allen to Diggs? More like Allen to Davis
Two seasons ago, Stefon Diggs was the most dominant wide receiver in the game, being the stat leader in most categories. Then, last season, those stats fell off. Teams suddenly knew to keep Diggs on lockdown.
But now, they have another problem. Gabriel Davis. That Allen to Davis connection is almost as good as Allen to Diggs and they wasted absolutely no time to prove that on the Bills’ first drive of the game. He’s only getting better.
2. Khalil Shakir had a day
These Buffalo Bills wide receivers are just showing off at this point. With Beasley gone, that slot receiver position was up for the taking. Isaiah McKenzie has been showing promise there, but Shakir won’t give it up easily.
Catching all three of his three targets for 59 yards, Khalil Shakir looked dominant. One thing is for certain, with Davis, Diggs, McKenzie, and now Shakir, the Bills WR core is looking strong. Maybe we don’t even need OBJ…
3. The Buffalo Bills rookies are giving it their all
Raheem Blackshear, the undrafted free agent out of Virginia Tech, is seemingly on a mission to prove all those naysayers wrong. He was nothing short of impressive, leading the charge on the ground with five carries for 58 yards. I loved everything he had to show, there could be some competition in that backfield…
And then, on the defensive side? Baylon Spector is doing the same; making a name for himself. He’s been making plays and showing out. The future of the Bills is certainly very bright.
4. Daboll who? Bills Offense doesn’t miss a beat
This Buffalo Bills offense has not missed a step since promoting Ken Dorsey to OC. They still look like the Bills offense we have come to know and love over the past few seasons. In just six plays, the offensive starters injected us all with confidence and we cannot wait to see what the season dials up.
The Bills are ready. That’s all that needs to be said. I’m hoping that the next time we see the starters is in SoFi Stadium, Week 1.
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