Late night discussion: Who will be Mr. Clutch?

July 19, 2019 - 2:32 am

Louie DiBiase


Hypothetical situation: The Bills are trailing by four points with enough time for just one more play. Josh Allen and the offense are knocking on the door at the opposing 15-yard line. Buffalo needs a score to get the win. Who is the guy to target in the clutch?

Bills GM Brandon Beane made it a priority to surround his franchise QB with a plethora of talent at the skill positions. Buffalo signed veteran receivers in John Brown and Cole Beasley. Despite already having LeSean McCoy in the backfield, the Bills added three more weapons at RB in Frank Gore, T.J. Yeldon, and rookie Devin Singletary. They also drafted Ole Miss TE Dawson Knox to seemingly replace Charles Clay.

Add Robert Foster and Zay Jones to the mix and the offense has a much deeper arsenal than they did in 2018.

While Allen has the deep threats (Foster and Brown) and a premier slot receiver (Beasley) to help with his accuracy issues, do the Bills have an option that can make a play in the clutch, regardless of circumstance?

Fans took to Twitter for Thursday's "Late Night Discussion" to give their two-cents and it was a mixed result of who Allen would likely target.

The open man:

Many Bills fans agreed there isn't a bonafide "go to guy" Allen would target with the game on the line.

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