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  • Dawson Knox A Touchdown-Dependent Option

    Buffalo Bills tight end Dawson Knox has done his job when called upon this season. Through two games, Knox has six receptions on seven targets with one touchdown. Sadly, things aren't going to get easier for him against the Washington Football Team defense in Week 3. A defense that allowed the fourth-fewest amount of yards to tight ends last season. Knox could see a few targets in Week 3, but won't be anything more than a touchdown-dependent TE2.

    Sep 21 · Source via Bills Dawson Knox
  • Emmanuel Sanders Could Struggle In Week 3

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders has quickly built chemistry with his new quarterback Josh Allen. Through two games, Sanders has at least six targets in each of the contests. However, he was only able to haul in two receptions for 48 yards in Week 2. It's not likely going to get easier against the Washington Football Team. A defense that surrendered the second-lowest amount of touchdowns to receivers last season. Sanders should see his share of targets, but he'll be a low-end flex option in PPR formats for Week 3.

    Sep 21 · Source via Bills Emmanuel Sanders
  • Cole Beasley Remains On PPR Radar

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Cole Beasley has proven himself to be a fairly reliable fantasy option in PPR formats over the last season or so. He was somewhat held in check last week with four receptions for 36 yards, but the Bills weren't forced to air it out in what was already a blowout victory. Beasley in is line for a bounce back performance, but Washington isn't normally an easy team to pass against on a weekly basis. Despite that, Beasley should get his share of targets, but will be a low-end WR3 in PPR formats.

    Sep 21 · Source via Bills Cole Beasley
  • Stefon Diggs Falls Into WR2 Range For Week 3

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs has posted two straight performances with 60-plus receiving yards to begin the season. He caught his first touchdown of the season last week. Diggs came into the season ready to play, but he could have some issues against Washington in Week 3. Their secondary allowed the second-fewest amount of scores to receivers last season. However, Diggs doesn't need touchdowns in order to have success in fantasy formats. The fact that Washington is above-average defensively pushes Diggs into WR2 territory for Week 3.

    Sep 21 · Source via Bills Stefon Diggs
  • Zack Moss Still Hard To Trust Heading Into Week 3

    Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss saw his first action of the season versus the Miami Dolphins in Week 2. He rushed eight times for 26 yards and scored two touchdowns. Let's be honest, Moss is mainly going to be the Bills red zone back. Otherwise, Devin Singletary is going to see the bulk of the work in the backfield. Moss will get a tough matchup against Washington who allowed the second-fewest amount of scores to running backs last season. Fantasy managers should consider Moss a touchdown-dependent option, but he should be on the bench in most leagues for Week 3.

    Sep 21 · Source via Bills Zack Moss
  • Devin Singletary A Fine RB3 For Week 3

    Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary has surprised many with two straight 70-plus-yard games on the ground. It has been a nice start to the season for Singletary, but it won't get easier in Week 3. He'll have to run against a Washington defense that allowed the second-fewest touchdowns to running backs last season. The good news is that Singletary appears to be in line for at least 10-plus carries per game. Sadly, fantasy managers won't be able to trust him as anything more than an RB3/flex for this tough matchup.

    Sep 21 · Source via Bills Devin Singletary
  • Josh Allen Could Struggle Against Washington

    Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen has not been able to get into a groove to start the 2021 season. He has thrown three passing touchdowns against two tough defenses, but it won't get easier in Week 3. Allen will face off against the Washington Football Team defense that allowed the second-fewest passing touchdown scores in the league last season. Through two games, Allen has only completed 33.3 percent of his pass attempts. Fantasy managers might have to deal with another dud from Allen before he gets an easier matchup to begin October.

    Sep 21 · Source via Bills Josh Allen
  • Bills Work Out Quinton Dunbar, Damarious Randall

    The Buffalo Bills worked out free-agent cornerback Quinton Dunbar and safety Damarious Randall on Tuesday. Dunbar signed with the Detroit Lions in the offseason, but he was released during training camp in mid-August. In five games for the Seattle Seahawks in 2020, Dunbar had five passes defensed and an interception in six games. Randall was released by the Seahawks at the beginning of December after he played mostly on special teams in 10 games with Seattle in 2020. The Bills defense pitched a shutout in the Week 2 lopsided victory over the Miami Dolphins, and they'll be a strong starting defensive unit in fantasy once again this weekend when they face the Washington Football Team at home.

    Sep 21 · Source via Bills Quinton Dunbar Damarious Randall
  • Dawson Knox Catches TD In Week 2

    Buffalo Bills tight end Dawson Knox is often times an afterthought in this offensive gameplan. Although, he hauled in four receptions in the season opener and followed it up with a touchdown in Week 2. Knox hauled in two of his three targets for 17 yards and one score in the win over the Miami Dolphins. It has been a nice start to the season for the third-year tight end. However, things aren't going to get easier for him against Washington in Week 3. He'll be a touchdown-dependent TE2 for that game.

    Sep 19 · Source via Bills Dawson Knox
  • Emmanuel Sanders Posts Dud In Week 2

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders put together a fairly nice team debut last week. However, he was able to follow it up during the Week 2 matchup with the Miami Dolphins. The veteran receiver hauled in two of his six targets for 48 yards in the blowout victory. He continues to play heavy snaps with Gabriel Davis (ankle) limited, but could see less action in the near future. Sanders will be a risky flex option against a tough Washington defense next week.

    Sep 19 · Source via Bills Emmanuel Sanders
  • Cole Beasley Held In Check By Dolphins

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Cole Beasley saw 13 targets in the season opener, but didn't have the same type of success in Week 2. He hauled in all four of his targets for 36 yards in the blowout win over the Miami Dolphins. The veteran slot receiver is usually a reliable PPR option, but had a dud here in a tough matchup. It won't get easier for him against the Washington secondary in Week 3. He'll be a low-end flex option in PPR formats for that one.

    Sep 19 · Source via Bills Cole Beasley
  • Stefon Diggs Snags TD In Win Over Miami

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs has not had an easy task to begin the season. He has played two tough defenses, but continues to find a way to produce. In Week 2, Diggs hauled in four of his eight targets for 60 yards and one touchdown in the win over the Miami Dolphins. He caught a short touchdown in the red zone for his lone score of the game. Outside of that, Diggs best play was a 41-yard catch that ended up being a majority of his receiving yards in this game. He'll fall into WR2 territory for next week's matchup with Washington.

    Sep 19 · Source via Bills Stefon Diggs
  • Zack Moss Scores Twice In Week 2

    Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss was a healthy scratch for the season opener. However, he got back on the field for their matchup with the Miami Dolphins. Moss rushed eight times for 26 yards and two touchdowns in the blowout win. It wasn't a great day on the ground for Moss, but he managed to get two red zone scores. He was expected to be used in this situation coming into the season. He'll remain a touchdown-dependent RB4 for a tough matchup versus Washington in Week 3.

    Sep 19 · Source via Bills Zack Moss
  • Devin Singletary Rips Off Long TD In Win

    Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary has surprisingly been efficient on the ground to begin the season. Singletary was expected to split the lead back role with second-year player Zack Moss, but that doesn't seem to always be the case. In Week 2, Singletary rushed 13 times for 82 yards and one touchdown in the blowout win over the Miami Dolphins. Singletary's lone score was a 46-yard run where he went untouched all the way to the end zone. He should remain in RB3 territory for the Week 3 matchup with the Washington Football Team.

    Sep 19 · Source via Bills Devin Singletary
  • Josh Allen Continues Slow Start To Season

    Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen is coming off a tremendous 2020 campaign. That being said, fantasy managers expected Allen to be an elite fantasy option heading into this season. Sadly, Allen has come out of the gate slowly through two games. In Week 2, he completed 17-of-33 passing attempts for 179 yards and two touchdowns and one interception. He also rushed five times for 35 yards on the ground in the blowout win over the Miami Dolphins. Fantasy managers shouldn't panic since Allen has been given two tough matchups to begin the season. It won't get much easier against the Washington Football Team in Week 3. Fantasy managers might have to deal with at least one more below average performance from Allen.

    Sep 19 · Source via Bills Josh Allen
  • Gabriel Davis Active For Week 2

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Gabriel Davis (ankle) will play on Sunday against the Miami Dolphins. Davis hurt his ankle in Week 1 against the Steelers in a game where he had two catches for 40 yards and a touchdown while playing 51 percent of the team's snaps. A banged-up Davis likely won't see a huge uptick in work this week, with the Bills relying on Emmanuel Sanders to continue filling that No. 3 receiver role. Because of that, Davis is best left on fantasy benches.

    Sep 19 · Source via Bills Gabriel Davis
  • Gabriel Davis Expected To Suit Up Against Miami

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Gabriel Davis (ankle) is forecasted to be active for Sunday's divisional matchup against Miami. The 22-year-old had a strong showing despite his team falling to the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 1, finishing with two catches (five targets) for 40 yards and a touchdown. Still, while it's apparent he has upside, he remains firmly planted behind Stefon Diggs, Cole Beasley, and Emmanuel Sanders on the depth chart, so his fantasy outlook remains cloudy at best heading into Week 2.

    Sep 19 · Source via Bills Gabriel Davis
  • Gabriel Davis Draws A Questionable Tag

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Gabriel Davis (ankle) was limited in practice the last two days and is questionable for the Week 2 clash with the Miami Dolphins. Beasley is fourth on Buffalo's receiver depth chart, behind Stefon Diggs, Emmanuel Sanders and Cole Beasley. All three of the wideouts ahead of him played over 90 percent of the offensive snaps in the Week 1 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, while Davis' snap percentage came in at 50.6. Despite that, Davis scored the group's only touchdown on two receptions and 40 yards receiving. The 22-year-old has a nose for the end zone -- he scored seven times in 2020 as a rookie -- but he'll continue to be a shaky flex play in much deeper leagues unless there's an injury ahead of him. Isaiah McKenzie or Jake Kumerow could have a bigger role if Davis doesn't play.

    Sep 17 · Source via Bills Gabriel Davis
  • Dawson Knox Not An Ideal Option In Week 2

    Buffalo Bills tight end Dawson Knox did fairly well during the season opener. He hauled in all four of his targets for 41 yards in the loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. He averaged over 10 yards per reception against a tough defense. It won't get easier for him against the Miami Dolphins in Week 2. A defense that allowed the sixth-fewest receptions to tight ends last season. Knox should be considered a TE2 for this matchup, but there's never tremendous upside from Knox.

    Sep 17 · Source via Bills Dawson Knox
  • Emmanuel Sanders Should Play In Week 2

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders (foot) was held out of Thursday's practice as a precaution. The 34-year-old has been dealing with lingering foot issues, so the team elected to give him a day off. Sanders recorded four receptions on eight targets for 52 yards in the Week 1 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. It sounds like Sanders should be fine for the Week 2 matchup versus the Miami Dolphins. The veteran wideout should be a considered a low-end WR3 for that matchup.

    Sep 17 · Source via Bills Emmanuel Sanders
  • Cole Beasley A Fine WR3 Versus Dolphins

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Cole Beasley has been a surprisingly solid option in PPR formats since last season. The Bills are stacked at wideout, but continue to get Beasley involved on a weekly basis. Last week, he hauled in eight of his 13 targets for 60 yards in the loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. It won't get much easier versus the Miami Dolphins in Week 2. A team that struggled to contain the pass last season, but never doubt the ability of Byron Jones and Xavien Howard. Despite that, Beasley has solid WR3 value in PPR formats for Week 2.

    Sep 17 · Source via Bills Cole Beasley
  • Stefon Diggs Remains Elite Option In Week 2

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs looked strong during the season opener versus the Pittsburgh Steelers. He hauled in nine of his 13 targets for 69 yards in the loss. This was a tough matchup for Diggs, but clearly the targets were still there. It won't get much easier for him against Byron Jones and Xavien Howard in Week 2. The Miami Dolphins have struggled to contain the passing game, but should send everyone they have at Diggs. Despite that, Diggs remains an elite WR1 for this matchup. It doesn't seem like anyone has an answer for Diggs.

    Sep 17 · Source via Bills Stefon Diggs
  • Zack Moss A Risky Option Versus Miami

    Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss was a healthy scratch from the Week 1 battle with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Despite that, head coach Sean McDermott has mentioned Moss looks good in practice. It sounds like Moss should be available for Week 2 against the Miami Dolphins. He'll be asked to split up the carries with Devin Singletary, so neither will have great fantasy appeal. Moss is the worse option between the two and falls into low-end RB3 territory for this game.

    Sep 17 · Source via Bills Zack Moss
  • Devin Singletary Falls Into Flex Territory For Week 2

    Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary was the clear cut No. 1 back during the season opener versus the Pittsburgh Steelers. Second-year back Zack Moss was a healthy scratch, which meant more touches for Singletary. He finished with 72 yards on 11 carries in the loss to Pittsburgh. It was a solid day on the ground for Singletary, but things aren't going to get easier for him. It sounds like Moss is expected to play versus the Miami Dolphins in Week 2. He should cut into Singletary's snaps and possibly take the end zone carries as well. Fantasy managers should consider Singletary a flex option at best for this matchup.

    Sep 17 · Source via Bills Devin Singletary
  • Josh Allen Should Rebound Versus Dolphins

    Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen was fairly average during the season opener against the Pittsburgh Steelers. He threw for 270 yards with one touchdown and no interceptions in the loss. Allen gets another tough matchup against the Miami Dolphins secondary that allowed the second-fewest passing touchdowns last season. Despite that, Allen has a stacked set of wideouts and can get it done with both his run and legs. Fantasy managers should continue to trust Allen, but they shouldn't expect a three-touchdown type of performance out of him.

    Sep 17 · Source via Bills Josh Allen
  • Zack Moss Has Looked Good In Practice This Week

    Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott said that the health of running back Zack Moss in training camp contributed to him being inactive in the Week 1 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. However, McDermott said that Moss has looked good in practice this week. In Moss' absence in the season opener, Devin Singletary played 75.2 percent of the offensive snaps and ran the ball 11 times for 72 yards while catching three passes for eight yards. Moss isn't listed on the team's injury report ahead of Week 2 against the Miami Dolphins, but the same could also be said about last week before he was a surprise inactive. It sounds as though the 23-year-old is trending toward making his season debut this weekend, but he'll be hard to trust in starting fantasy lineups until we see the Bills put more trust in him.

    Sep 17 · Source via Bills Zack Moss
  • Gabriel Davis Back At Practice Thursday

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Gabriel Davis (ankle) returned to practice on Thursday after sitting out on Wednesday. Barring a setback on Friday, Davis should be good to go to play in the Week 2 meeting with the Miami Dolphins. Although Davis was the only Bills receiver to find the end zone in the Week 1 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, he was fourth in snap percentage (50.6), behind Stefon Diggs, Emmanuel Sanders and Cole Beasley. Davis was also fifth among Buffalo wideouts with his five targets. The 22-year-old found the end zone seven times in his rookie season in 2020, but he'll be inconsistent for fantasy managers as long as he remains fourth on the totem pole. Davis is currently rostered in only seven percent of Yahoo leagues.

    Sep 16 · Source via Bills Gabriel Davis
  • Gabriel Davis Will Not Practice Wednesday

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Gabriel Davis will not practice on Wednesday due to a "lower body injury," according to head coach Sean McDermott. Davis had a big day in the Week 1 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, catching two of five targets for 40 yards and a touchdown on 43 offensive snaps. It's unclear if his injury is serious enough to keep him out in a Week 2 matchup against the Miami Dolphins, but his practice status is worth watching the rest of the week. The 22-year-old is merely a watch-list candidate in 12-team fantasy leagues for now, as Stefon Diggs, Cole Beasley and Emmanuel Sanders are all ahead of him on the depth chart. In his rookie year in 2020, Davis had 35 receptions on 62 targets for 599 yards and seven touchdowns in 11 starts.

    Sep 15 · Source via Bills Gabriel Davis
  • Tyler Bass Looks Sharp In Opener

    Buffalo Bills kicker Tyler Bass continued where he left off last season. On Sunday, Bass knocked down all three of his field goal attempts. He also added an extra point as well, but sadly it wasn't enough as the Pittsburgh Steelers came away with the win in Week 1. Bass looked sharp here, but his longest kick was a 42-yard field goal. The Bills gave him fairly easy attempts, but at least he made them. Fantasy managers should continue to lean on Bass heading into their Week 2 matchup against the Miami Dolphins.

    Sep 12 · Source via Bills Tyler Bass
  • Gabriel Davis Catches TD In Loss To Steelers

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Gabriel Davis was able to get involved during Sunday's Week 1 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Right now, Davis is the No. 4 option at wideout, but that doesn't mean he won't get targets. On Sunday, Davis hauled in two of his five targets for 40 yards and one touchdown. Honestly, the touchdown was the only thing that salvaged his fantasy day. The Steelers are a tough defense, so Davis should have more value next week against the Miami Dolphins. However, Davis should be viewed as a deep league or dynasty stash right now. There probably won't be enough weekly targets to make him an option in 12-team leagues at the moment.

    Sep 12 · Source via Bills Gabriel Davis
  • Dawson Knox Snags All Four Targets

    Buffalo Bills tight end Dawson Knox has been a forgotten man in the offense over the last season or so. The Bills have a stacked group of receivers, so often times Knox gets lost in the shuffle. However, he was able to produce a decent game against the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 1. Knox hauled in all four of his targets for 41 yards in the loss. It wasn't exactly a great performance by Knox, but PPR fantasy managers will take it. He could be a possible TE2 going forward, assuming he continues getting four or five targets per game. For now, most fantasy managers can continue to ignore him until he proves he can do it again.

    Sep 12 · Source via Bills Dawson Knox
  • Emmanuel Sanders Solid In Team Debut

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders (foot) was able to suit up for Sunday's Week 1 matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers. This was his first game with Buffalo and he was able to make a significant impact. Sanders hauled in four of his eight targets for 52 yards in the loss. The Steelers have a top tier defense, so finishing over 50 yards is quite impressive for any receiver against them. It's also worth noting that Sanders was not 100 percent healthy coming in, but that clearly didn't stop him. Despite a decent game, Sanders is likely only a 14-team option heading into Week 2.

    Sep 12 · Source via Bills Emmanuel Sanders
  • Cole Beasley Sees Double-Digit Targets

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Cole Beasley put together a strong campaign in 2020. He resumed where he left off against the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 1. Beasley hauled in eight of his 13 targets for 60 yards in the loss. Fantasy managers in PPR formats are certainly happy with Beasley's performance in this one. This wasn't an easy matchup, but Beasley made the most of it. He was a reliable PPR option last season and it appears Beasley will continue being that guy in 2021.

    Sep 12 · Source via Bills Cole Beasley
  • Stefon Diggs Targeted 14 Times Versus Steelers

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs saw plenty of targets during the Week 1 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. He hauled in nine of his 14 targets for 69 yards in the 23-16 loss. Honestly, it could've been a bigger day for Diggs, assuming he would've caught at least one of his deep targets. Despite that, he put together a decent line against a tough Steelers defense. Fantasy managers will certainly take it and hopefully it'll get better against the Miami Dolphins in Week 2.

    Sep 12 · Source via Bills Stefon Diggs
  • Isaiah McKenzie Questionable To Return In Week 1

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie (shoulder) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Steelers. McKenzie's value for the Bills is mainly on special teams, as he opened the game with a 75-yard kickoff return to set up a Bills field goal. Likely fifth in line at receiver, McKenzie not reentering this game wouldn't change much for the Bills offense. Marquez Stevenson is the backup returner according to the depth chart, but Stevenson is currently on the Injured Reserve.

    Sep 12 · Source via Bills Isaiah McKenzie
  • Emmanuel Sanders Active For Week 1

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders (foot) is active for the team's Week 1 matchup against the Steelers. This meeting with Pittsburgh should be a good one for the Bills passing game, with Sanders likely serving as the third receiver over Gabriel Davis. Stefon Diggs will command a lot of attention on the outside, which could put Sanders in a good position on the other side of the field to make an impact against single coverage. He shouldn't be started in shallow leagues, but he's an interesting flex option in deeper leagues and a potential DFS sleeper play.

    Sep 12 · Source via Bills Emmanuel Sanders
  • Zack Moss A Healthy Week 1 Inactive

    Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss is not active for the team's Week 1 contest against the Steelers, but Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network reports that Moss isn't injured. Maybe there's something going on behind the scenes, but Moss being inactive comes as a huge surprise as he was expected to be a huge part of this running back room. This likely means Devin Singletary will see the bulk of the backfield touches and jumps up into the low-end RB2 conversation. We could also see Matt Breida sprinkled in more than expected, which could give Breida some DFS upside that he didn't have before.

    Sep 12 · Source via Bills Zack Moss
  • Emmanuel Sanders Likely Available In Week 1

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders (foot) is anticipated to be active for the season opener against the visiting Steelers. The veteran has battled a foot injury throughout most of the preseason, but it appears as if he is at least healthy enough to see the field in Week 1. Nonetheless, while Sanders certainly has upside, his inconsistent play over the years makes him a risky option in all formats. Also, it's unknown if he will see a full workload against Pittsburgh, so there's that as well.

    Sep 12 · Source via Bills Emmanuel Sanders
  • Gabriel Davis Could See Increased Action

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Gabriel Davis is currently projected to be the No. 4 option at wideout. That being said, there isn't a ton of appeal for Davis in most 12-team standard leagues. However, he could quickly become someone worth stashing. Veteran wideout Emmanuel Sanders (foot) is listed as questionable for Week 1 against the Pittsburgh Steelers. That means, Davis could slide into a starting spot for this contest. The Steelers are going to do everything in their power to slow down Stefon Diggs. That means, Cole Beasley and Gabriel Davis could have sneaky value, assuming Sanders sits. The Steelers are going to put all their impact players on Diggs, which leaves Beasley and Davis with easier matchups. Davis might be worth streaming in deeper formats, but that's if Sanders is out.

    Sep 10 · Source via Bills Gabriel Davis
  • Emmanuel Sanders Questionable For Week 1

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders (foot) is questionable for the season opener against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday, according to head coach Sean McDermott. If Sanders isn't able to suit up in Week 1, this potentially gives Cole Beasley and Gabriel Davis more promising outlooks. Beasley and Davis could potentially be on the FLEX radar in deeper leagues if the former New Orleans Saint is held out of action. Stefon Diggs will command a massive target share, but the high-volume passing attack with Josh Allen under center should be able to support more than one fantasy-relevant wide receiver. If Sanders were to play, it may be best to leave him on the bench because Allen may gravitate towards his receivers that he has built a connection with last season.

    Sep 10 · Source via Bills Emmanuel Sanders
  • Isaiah McKenzie Practicing In Full For Week 1

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie (shoulder) is practicing in full for Week 1 against the Pittsburgh Steelers. He injured his shoulder in practice a couple of weeks ago and still hasn't fully recovered. The MRI came back clean, which is a good sign going forward. However, it's unlikely that McKenzie is going to have reliable fantasy value this season. The Bills have at least four other options ahead of him on the depth chart. Possibly, McKenzie is worth rostering if someone else gets hurt, but isn't a reliable option for Week 1.

    Sep 8 · Source via Bills Isaiah McKenzie
  • Dawson Knox Could Struggle Against Pittsburgh

    Buffalo Bills tight end Dawson Knox is often times the lost man for this offensive unit. However, he did scored in five of his last nine games for the Bills last season. Sadly, he'll get a tough matchup to kickoff the season against the Pittsburgh Steelers. A defense that allowed just three touchdowns to tight ends last season. That is tied for the lowest amount by anyone in 2020. The Bills have plenty of other options on offense, so it's unlikely that Knox becomes reliable now. He's a TE2 who is certainly touchdown-dependent for this matchup.

    Sep 8 · Source via Bills Dawson Knox
  • Emmanuel Sanders Hopeful To Play In Opener

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders (foot) was limited during Wednesday's practice. Obviously, fantasy managers don't like to see that with Week 1 being just a few days away. However, Sanders is currently listed as questionable, but it doesn't sound like this issue should hold him out of the season opener. Right now, fantasy managers should consider Sanders a WR4 for their matchup with the Pittsburgh Steelers. He is currently banged up and is playing a strong defense against the passing attack. Gabriel Davis could see a boost in playing time, assuming Sanders does miss time. There should be more news on Sanders before Sunday's matchup with Pittsburgh.

    Sep 8 · Source via Bills Emmanuel Sanders
  • Cole Beasley Remains Trustworthy PPR Option

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Cole Beasley is coming off a career-year last season. He finished with a career-high 967 yards and 82 receptions. The veteran receiver has seen over 100 targets during both of his seasons in Buffalo. That is likely going to remain the same, especially with John Brown departing over the offseason. However, Beasley will have a tough matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 1. A defense that allowed the ninth-fewest amount of fantasy points to receivers last season. Despite that, fantasy managers in PPR leagues should have no problem rolling out Beasley in Week 1.

    Sep 8 · Source via Bills Cole Beasley
  • Stefon Diggs Draws Tough Matchup

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs will have a tough challenge ahead of him against the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 1. He is coming off an incredible 2020 season where he recorded 127 receptions and 1,535 yards in 16 games. Diggs was likely the first wideout off draft boards and for good reason. However, he'll get a tough assignment against a team that allowed the ninth-fewest amount of fantasy points to receivers last season. Nonetheless, Diggs is going to get his targets and clearly finds a way to succeed. Fantasy managers should continue leaning on him as an elite WR1 despite a tough matchup.

    Sep 8 · Source via Bills Stefon Diggs
  • Zack Moss Likely Touchdown Dependent For Week 1

    Buffalo Bills running back Zack Moss is coming off a lackluster rookie campaign. He rushed for 481 yards and four touchdowns in 13 games last season. Devin Singletary was the lead back, but Moss saw plenty of chances behind him. It sounds like the two of them will split up the carries this season. Although, both backs could struggle on the ground during their Week 1 matchup with the Pittsburgh Steelers. A team that allowed the 10th-fewest amount of fantasy points on the ground last season. Moss was often favored in red zone situations, so he could be a touchdown-dependent option here. It's unlikely that he's going to find much space to run in this game. His value could hinge on whether or not he can find the end zone.

    Sep 8 · Source via Bills Zack Moss
  • Devin Singletary Could Struggle In Opener

    Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary was not much of a fantasy option in most formats last season. He finished with 687 yards and two total touchdowns on the ground in 16 games. Things aren't going to get easier for him against the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 1. A team that allowed the 10th-fewest amount of fantasy points on the ground last season. The Bills are expected to split up the carries between Singletary and Zack Moss. It'll be interesting to see who gets the red zone carries, but Moss was favored in that spot last season. Right now, Singletary is a flex option in PPR formats, but a shaky option in most standard 12-team leagues for Week 1.

    Sep 8 · Source via Bills Devin Singletary
  • Josh Allen Gets Tough Assignment Week 1

    Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen is no doubt one of the best options to have at QB this fantasy season. However, he'll get a tough matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers defense in Week 1. A secondary that allowed the third-fewest amount of passing yards in 2020. The Steelers didn't have any major changes on defense over the offseason, so they should remain a tough team defensive. That being said, Allen could have his share of struggles. Despite that, Allen remains a QB1, but fantasy managers might just get a sub-par outing Week 1 against a tough team.

    Sep 8 · Source via Bills Josh Allen
  • Star Lotulelei Not A Sure Thing For Week 1

    Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Star Lotulelei (calf) missed his second straight day of practice on Wednesday with a calf injury. The Bills remain optimistic that Lotulelei will be available for the season opener on Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers, but we'd call him questionable for now. He'll likely need to get in some sort of practice on Thursday or Friday in order to have a shot to play. Lotulelei is a strong run-stuffing presence up the middle, which is why Buffalo's defense struggled in that area in 2020 when he decided to opt out due to COVID-19. The 31-year-old had just two sacks and 19 tackles (12 solo) in his last season in 2019 with the Bills, so he's not an asset in IDP formats. Against a Steelers offense that really fell off the map late last season, the Bills defense will at least be a low-end starting defense in Week 1.

    Sep 8 · Source via Bills Star Lotulelei