Buffalo Bills Happy With Gabe Davis at WR2

The Buffalo Bills are apparently in no rush to upgrade the top of their receiving corps. According to general manager Bradon Beane, the team is very confident in wide receiver Gabriel Davis as their number two wide receiver.

Davis was the subject of much excitement last offseason after a colossal effort in the Bills' Divisional Round loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. The second-year wide receiver hauled in eight of 10 targets for 204 yards and four touchdowns, sparking speculation that the Bills had a budding superstar on their hands.

Davis made massive strides in the regular season this past year, averaging a career-best 55.7 receiving yards per game at an efficient 9.0 yards per target. But fair or not, he didn't quite live up to the sky-high expectations fans had placed on him. Still, he's only 23 years old. He's already a valuable receiver, and he has plenty of time to grow and develop into an even better player. The Bills have much higher priorities than finding an upgrade over him.

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