The Buffalo Bills are 5-2 right now and looking to make a playoff push for the first time in seventeen years. To further bolster their playoff chances, the Bills made a move prior to the trade deadline, acquiring wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin for two draft picks. Benjamin will now reunite with Sean McDermott, and he immediately becomes a top option among Bills wide receivers. This year, running back LeSean McCoy is Buffalo's leading receiver, and the Bills have one of the least productive wide receiver units in the league. Sean McDermott is hoping Benjamin will change that, and you can count a former Bills player among those who believe that he will.

Stevie Johnson supports a new number 13

Johnson produced plenty of quality games for the Bills in his time in Buffalo. In fact, he is one of the only Bills wide receivers to post three straight 1000 yard receiving seasons. While he was in Buffalo, Johnson was a fan favorite who seemed to get open easily, sliding behind the defense constantly. His playmaking ability made for some memorable touchdown celebrations, including the "Why so Serious" shirt used against the Bengals several years ago. Now he's ready to pass the torch onto a new number 13:

And Bills fans are certainly hoping that Stevie Johnson is right about that.

Benjamin has plenty of believers on the Bills' current roster as well, including LeSean McCoy.

And there's one man who's probably more thrilled than anyone else about the acquisition of Kelvin Benjamin.

Tyrod Taylor now has a big target to throw to, and someone who is capable of making some tough catches in traffic. That's important for a quarterback like Taylor, who scrambles and isn't always the most accurate passer on his throws.

We don't yet know what Benjamin's role on the offense will look like, but you can bet that he will be involved from the start.

Bills @ Jets Preview

It's hard to see how Kelvin Benjamin can really be effective against the New York Jets. Buffalo traded for him days ago, and there's no way he knows the offense already. In fact, Tyrod might just have to whisper the routes in Benjamin's ear if he did decide to play.

According to general manager Brandon Beane, there is a chance that Kelvin Benjamin suits up and plays just days after he was traded. It actually seems like a good chance, as he did travel with his teammates to New York this week.

If he does play, you can bet that Tyrod will be targeting the tall wide receiver when he steps back to throw. We don't know what his involvement will look like yet, but the Bills made the trade for a reason and are going to get Benjamin involved.