Foster could serve as the No. 2 receiver over the Bills' final four games after the team released Kelvin Benjamin and Andre Holmes earlier this week, Kyle Silagyi of the Bills' official site reports. "I don't want to say [it's] a confidence boost," Foster said. "I just want to say that I don't want to allow myself to get comfortable. I keep saying that over and over, I don't want to get comfortable. I just want to continue to do what I'm doing and hope that it shows up on Sundays."

It's quite the ascension for Foster, who was sitting on the practice squad less than a month ago. A few big games and a couple of roster moves later, Foster now looks to be no worse than the third option at receiver. The Buffalo passing game is incredibly inconsistent, but with a strong-armed rookie in Josh Allen throwing him the ball, the speedy Foster should have a few more big plays in him before the season draws to a close.

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