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Gabriel Davis failed to catch any of his four targets in the Bills' Divisional Round win over the Ravens.

Davis had a drop in a contested-catch situation in the red zone. On that play, Davis' leg was landed on and he ended up limping away. He seemed to be effected by the minor injury for the rest of the contest, which partially explains his goose egg stat line. The Bills are likely to use four-receiver sets again in the AFC Conference game against the Chiefs or Browns. Davis will be big-play dependent then.

- Rotoworld

 

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Gabriel Davis (ankle) did not practice Thursday. 

Davis was seen hobbling during last week's game against the Ravens after suffering an ankle injury in the first quarter. A missed Thursday practice is hardly a good sign that Davis will be available for the AFC title game against the Chiefs this Sunday. Buffalo would likely use fewer four-receiver sets and Dawson Knox could see more run against KC if Davis is inactive. 

SOURCE: Chris Brown on Twitter 

Jan 21, 2021, 3:36 PM ET

 

 

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Bills WR Gabriel Davis (ankle) is active for the AFC Championship Game against the Chiefs. 

As is DT Vernon Butler, the Bills' only other questionable player. Big-play threat Davis should get some opportunities down the sideline, but his snaps figure to be limited after he barely practiced during the week. Inactive for the Bills are QB Jake Fromm, LB Tyrel Dodson, OL Jordan Devey, TE Tyler Kroft, DE Trent Murphy, CB Dane Jackson and WR Kenny Stills. 

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Gabriel Davis failed to catch any of his three targets in the Bills' AFC Championship loss to the Chiefs.

It was a rough finish to what was a flashy rookie season for the fourth-rounder. Davis played 73% of the Bills' snaps and was a regular in three- and four-wide sets with John Brown in and out of the lineup most of the season. Davis appeared in all 16 games and went 35-599-7 on 62 targets, averaging a robust 17.1 yards per catch as a big-play specialist and red-zone threat. Davis is a legit NFL wideout and could be in line for a bigger 2021 role if the Bills decide to move on from Brown in the final year of his contract. Davis' arrow is screaming upward in an aggressive passing offense.

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