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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

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.

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