Gabriel Davis with the play that most likely ended Mike Hughes’ career with the Chiefs. pic.twitter.com/R50PPBixdr
— Johnny Kinsley (2021-22 Deep Ball Project Out Now) (@Brickwallblitz) July 11, 2022
Davis had his breakout game in the AFC Divisional Round against the Kansas City Chiefs, recording a playoff record four touchdown receptions. The eventual loss overshadowed Davis’ stellar eight-catch, 201-yard day.
Now, Davis has a chance to take that energy and apply it over a full 17-game season. Davis is the favorite to start opposite All-Pro Stefon Diggs at receiver. With the Bills moving on from Emmanuel Sanders and Cole Beasley, Davis stands to be the recipient of some of the available targets.
Plus, having an elite quarterback at the helm of the Bills offense doesn’t hurt.