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In this podcast episode White Bruce Smith Jerseys , we discuss the retirement of Buffalo Bills legend, Kyle Williams, and what he’s meant to our team, the city of Buffalo, and our own lives. We take a trip down memory lane and recount him being drafted in 2006, how we felt, what adversities he’s overcome as a player, his blue collar mentality, and what he’s done as both an athlete and a leader to each Bills team he’s been a part of—regardless of general manager, coach, defensive coordinator, or defensive scheme. He’s the consummate professional. We should all be like Kyle. Oh yeah, and there was this Bills/Dolphins game that also happened! We recap the game, like we normally do every Sunday, and give our Wall of Famers, Wall of Shamers, Stats of the Game, Plays of the Game that stood out to us Bruce Smith Jerseys 2019 , and add Kiko Alonso to the Piece of Crap Club (deservedly so). The Week 17, 42-17 win by the Bills won’t count a lot in record books of the NFL, but it will be very memorable for all of us for a very special reason. Thank You, Kyle. Go Bills!The unbelievable tribute song to Kyle Williams at the end of the podcast is by Nadiyah—you can find her on Twitter @BILLieve88Subscribe to our podcast:Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Google Play | Spotify | Podbean | iHeartRadio | TuneIn | Art 19Email us questions, comments, or Bills stories: ctwpod@gmail.comFollow us on Twitter: @CTWpodLike us on Facebook: Circling the Wagons: A Buffalo Bills Podcast If he’s comfortable in his role, he could see the field very quickly."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections NewsNotesOpinionAnalysisDiscussionPodcastNFL DraftSalary CapNFL DraftAnalysisBuffalo Bills NFL Draft CoverageDawson Knox fits the versatile, athletic style Buffalo Bills want for their tight endsNew,17commentsIf he’s comfortable in his role, he could see the field very quickly.EDTShareTweetShareShareDawson Knox fits the versatile, athletic style Buffalo Bills want for their tight endsWith their second of two third-round picks in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Buffalo Bills selected Mississippi tight end Dawson Knox. Knox is a classic projection pick; a former quarterback who changed positions, he never even scored a touchdown in college. What makes him fit into Buffalo’s scheme, and what does his potential look like? Here’s a breakdown.Team FitAlthough Knox comes in with the billing of a project tight end, there’s room for him to earn playing time even in his rookie season, if he adjusts well to the league. The Bills like using versatile players who can play in-line or split out to the slot (or even motion out wide to the boundary). They need to be able to chip and release, block on the move, and catch passes on deep crossing routes. Knox has that potential. He needs more practice running routes against coverage.The only players standing in his way are Tyler Kroft and Jason Croom. Kroft White Andre Reed Jerseys , signed to a three-year deal, will be the year-one starter, but there’s room to take Croom’s job. Tight end production was a black hole in 2018, but the position should rebound closer to 2017’s standards. The leader saw roughly 75 targets and turned that into around 45 catches, 500 yards, and a few touchdowns. The backup will have around 30 targets to work with. If Knox manages to reach the active roster in his rookie season, a reasonable expectation is around 22 catches, 350 yards, and maybe his first touchdown catch.Player comparisonKnox, who stands 6’4 3/8” and 254 lbs with 33.5” arms, isn’t the easiest player to match. As a quarterback who converted to tight end, a great athlete (4.58 forty, 34.5” vertical, 7.12 three-cone drill, 4.27 short shuttle) who was mostly untested in college, we have to do some projecting with his style. George Kittle makes some sense. Like Knox, he was used sparingly as a receiver, with 42 catches for 604 yards in his final two seasons (Knox managed 39 for 605). The main difference is touchdowns: Kittle had 10 Andre Reed Jerseys 2019 , Knox had zero. Kittle’s also a much more aggressive blocker.Other players who stand in a similar zone of height/weight/athleticism include Ed Dickson, Visanthe Shiancoe, and Jeremy Shockey. In general, we’re talking about versatile receivers and blockers with the ability to stretch the field.Sample Play: 0 Out 64 All Go H-SneakThis “four verticals” play is the type of call every NFL offense will have in its playbook. In this variant, the TE is the primary read the whole way. If the defense is schemed up in Cover 2 Strong, the TE switches to a hook route as the hot read. Otherwise, the TE reads the middle of the field. If it’s open (two-high) he runs a post, and if it’s closed (single-high) he flattens out to run between the safety and the linebackers. The quarterback can also choose to throw a favorable single coverage match-up to the outside if he sees one.This is a play you run when you have faith in your TE’s receiving acumen. In the right situation, it can be a deep touchdown. In other scenarios, it moves the chains. If your TE draws coverage, it opens up plays on the outside. With luck, this is the role that Knox can grow into. For now, it’s a play that Kroft is familiar running.We don’t fully know what Dawson Knox can do on a football field, yet. Tight end is one of the slowest-developing positions in the NFL. That being said, the Bills have a spot in the lineup for their rookie if he can take it. Knox is another player selected with a long-term vision in mind, but if he works hard, he has the upside to be Buffalo’s starting tight end in the future.
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