The Bills start a stretch of games against weak opponents, starting with the Jaguars on Sunday. Buffalo has won five of the past six games to go to 5-2 on the season, first place in the AFC East. The Bills will remain without TE Dawson Knox as he recovers from hand surgery. That should mean the offense will have a big role for backup TE Tommy Sweeney this week. Josh Allen will also want to get Stefon Diggs going against a weak Jacksonville secondary.
The Jaguars continued their trek toward the No. 1 overall pick last week with a loss to the Seattle Seahawks on the road. Rookie QB Trevor Lawrence threw the ball 54 times in the loss and it only produced 238 yards and a TD. Former fifth-round pick Jamal Agnew has seen the biggest boon in his usage since DJ Chark was placed on IR. Agnew has a total of 25 targets over the past three weeks, hauling in his first TD of the season vs. Seattle.
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