Another area of need that was evident this past season for the Buffalo Bills’ offense was speed at wide receiver. The Bills had made it clear that Gabe Davis was going to be the number two wide receiver behind Stefon Diggs with Isaiah McKenzie stepping in as the slot receiver in place of Cole Beasley.
However, the production just wasn’t there and the team had to bring back veterans like Beasley and John Brown during the course of the season to help this offense.
While, it is possible for the team to re-sign those players they should also look to find a young, fast wide receiver that can stretch defenses and really capitalize on Josh Allen’s strong arm. Jalin Hyatt out of Tennessee would be the perfect player to add to this position group.
Hyatt was the Volunteers’ top wide receiver last season with 15 receiving touchdowns and nearly 19 yards per reception. He would give the Bills more balance at the position and allow them to better capitalize on mismatches.