OldTimer1960 Posted March 22 Share Posted March 22 1 hour ago, newcam2012 said: It baffles me that the Bills coaches think Gabe is a solid WR2. You want a WR2 to be able to be somewhat reliable, able to run varies quality routes, and win in contested throws. That's just not Davis. He caught a 56% of the passes thrown his way. More specifically, 48 out of 93 balls thrown his way. He had one of the worst contested ball rates as well. This just isn't going to cut it. Gabe cannot great quick separation. He is not fluid in the hips. Both add up to him being a WR3 or WR4. What are Beane and McD doing or seeing? They have to be better talent evaluators. Are they really trying to ran Davis back as the Bills WR2? I think the idea that they see Davis as a WR2 is overblown. Really, what would you expect Beane to say publicly? He can’t really come out and say “well, we would rather have a better WR2 than Gabe, he wasn’t very good last year”. If they take a WR in the first, that will tell you that they want to upgrade there, but if they don’t take a WR early, that may still not mean that they are thrilled with Davis - it could mean that they had other priorities to address and that they didn’t like the available WRs as much as they guys that they picked. On 3/10/2023 at 1:26 PM, ScottLaw said: Eh… WR opposite Diggs is the biggest bang for your buck for offensive improvement and one of the easier fixes than a completely offensive line overhaul. Who, that will be available should they pick to challenge Davis? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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