Buffalo Bills tight end Dalton Kincaid scored his first NFL touchdown on Thursday, October 26, 2023, in a game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Kincaid’s touchdown came with 2:40 remaining in the first half, and it gave the Bills a 17-10 lead.

Kincaid’s touchdown catch was a 22-yard pass from Bills quarterback Josh Allen. Kincaid lined up in the slot, and he ran a route down the middle of the field. Allen hit Kincaid in stride, and Kincaid was able to outrun the Buccaneers’ defense to the end zone.

Kincaid’s touchdown was a special moment for him and his family. Kincaid’s parents were in attendance at the game, and they were overjoyed to see their son score his first NFL touchdown.

Kincaid’s touchdown was also a big moment for the Bills. The Bills were trailing the Buccaneers 10-7 at the time, and Kincaid’s touchdown helped to turn the momentum of the game in the Bills’ favor. The Bills would go on to win the game 28-17.

Kincaid has been a bright spot for the Bills’ offense this season. He is a rookie, but he has already become a valuable target for Allen. Kincaid is a good route runner, and he has strong hands. He is also a physical blocker, and he can help the Bills to run the ball effectively.

Kincaid’s first NFL touchdown is a sign of good things to come for the Bills’ young tight end. He has the potential to be a star in the NFL, and he is a key part of the Bills’ future.

In addition to his touchdown catch, Kincaid finished the game with two receptions for 25 yards. He also had a key block on a Bills running play. Kincaid’s performance against the Buccaneers was a sign of his growing importance to the Bills’ offense.