Nick O’Leary Leads Bills In Receiving In Week 5

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Buffalo Bills tight end Nick O’Leary emerged as a pass catching threat in the Bills’ Week 5 loss to the Bengals. O’Leary was able to emerge after tight end Charles Clay left the game due to a knee injury, and ended the game with a solid stat line of five catches on six targets for 54 yards. This isn’t a big surprise given the way quarterback Tyrod Taylor has targeted the tight end through the first five weeks of the season and given the fact that O’Leary was praised for his performance throughout the preseason. Given that, look for O’Leary to potentially emerge if Charles Clay remains sidelined beyond the team’s bye week in Week 6.


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