We could see a team with enough cap space take the shot on the 2 studs
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Just days ago, the Chiefs and Jets receiving corps were being led by top tier NFL wide receivers. Fast forward just two days later and each team has cut their lead target loose to sign elsewhere.
Of course the speculation begins when players like LeSean McCoy and Tyrod Taylor begin to recruit players to the Bills. However, the matter of fact is, both of these free agent wide receivers are getting older by the day and could be looking to make a title run.
There is a possibility that a team with enough cap space takes a shot on both wide outs in hopes that it can transform their offense enough to make a playoff push. The Buffalo Bills could very well be the destination for both Maclin and Decker at the end of the day.
With weapons like Tyrod Taylor, LeSean McCoy and Sammy Watkins on the offense already, adding these two could take the Bills to unseen heights. Buffalo has just over $12M in salary cap space which could work if each receiver is willing to take a short term deal for the opportunity to win.
There are obviously many suitors for both players, but seeing the two team up could become a dark horse option that is becoming increasingly appealing.