Knox returns from a five-game hiatus and re-enters the Bills lineup in a pivotal showdown against the conference rival Chiefs. In two career regular season games against Kansas City, Knox has scored a touchdown - but that was before Dalton Kincaid was around. The Bills ran the most 12 personnel of any team in the league before Knox was hurt, so there’s a chance that Buffalo gets back to that in Week 14. However, Dalton Kincaid has proven himself perfectly capable and even excelled as Josh Allen’s No. 2 option in the passing game behind Stefon Diggs, so it remains to be seen whether or not Buffalo wants to get back to platooning the position. Regardless of how much run Knox gets, Kincaid is likely to be the primary tight end on the field at least for this week in one tight end sets, and he’ll remain a quality TE1 start against the Chiefs. It’s also worth noting that Ken Dorsey, who ran the offense before Knox was hurt, is no longer coaching in Buffalo - which could play into Kincaid’s hand when it comes to snap share.
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