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V-Ry: Dalton Kincaid Set for Big Rookie Season 

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Plus: How to watch the Bills v. Jets game tonight on Spectrum

By V-Ry the Sports Guy, Photos courtesy of the NFL 

Earlier this spring, the Bills drafted tight end (TE) Dalton Kincaid out of Utah. Kincaid went from a freshman walk-on to the first TE selected in this year’s draft. As a senior, Kincaid led FBS TEs in receiving yards. 

Dalton Kincaid is essentially a big-bodied wide receiver at 6’4 240 pounds that can lineup outside, in the slot, or in-line. Kincaid is a matchup nightmare for opposing defenses due to his athleticism and impeccable route running. I expect the rookie to have a monster season “running the pipe” because he excels at seam routes. Look for the Bills to use a lot of 12 personnel or two TE sets the season.

Blackout workarounds From ClutchPoints.com:

For now, users using Spectrum cable are unable to access Disney channels, including ESPN and ABC stations. The two companies are in a disagreement on prices to have Disney services on the cable provider. The dispute has left cable users scrambling to find answers, and it is horrible timing as Week 1 NFL action begins, but luckily, there are alternatives.

If you are a Spectrum user affected by the Monday Night Football game’s blackout, there are numerous other platforms to watch the action on. FuboTV, YouTube TV, Sling TV, ESPN+, and Hulu + Live TV all offer ESPN channels.

Read the full scoop from ClutchPoints

https://clutchpoints.com/bills-vs-jets-how-to-watch-mnf-espn-blackout-spectrum

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