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  • Kenny Stills To Be Active For AFC Championship

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Kenny Stills has been promoted from the practice squad to the active roster for the AFC Championship game against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday. The Bills signed Stills to their practice squad after he was cut by the Houston Texans late in November, and he was initially brought on for wide receiver depth when Cole Beasley injured his knee in Week 16. The 28-year-old has not played in a game since Week 11 with Houston, but he could have a small role if rookie Gabriel Davis (ankle), who is questionable for Sunday, is unable to play. Stills' elevation from the practice squad could be a sign that Buffalo doesn't expect Davis to play. Isaiah McKenzie could also have a slightly larger role behind Stefon Diggs, John Brown and Cole Beasley if Davis is inactive.

    Jan 23 · Source via Bills Kenny Stills
  • Dawson Knox Avoidable Versus Chiefs

    Buffalo Bills tight end Dawson Knox has shown some signs of life in the second half of the season. However, the Bills still don't have a significant role for him in the offense. Last week, Knox hauled in two receptions for 18 yards in the win over the Baltimore Ravens. He has been playing better lately, but is still the fourth or fifth option in this offense. It's unlikely that he gets enough targets to make a significant impact versus the Kansas City Chiefs this weekend.

    Jan 23 · Source via Bills Dawson Knox
  • Gabriel Davis Too Risky To Trust

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Gabriel Davis (ankle) is listed as questionable for Sunday's playoff matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs. He was able to get in some limited work late this week, but it sounds like the team is still unsure if he'll suit up. His absence could mean more targets for Stefon Diggs, Cole Beasley (knee), and possibly Isaiah McKenzie gets more involved. DFS players might want to stay away from Davis even if he does suit up for this game. It doesn't sound like he'll be 100 percent healthy, so it's unlikely he puts up productive numbers.

    Jan 23 · Source via Bills Gabriel Davis
  • Cole Beasley Could Be A Risky Choice

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Cole Beasley (knee) was removed from the injury report ahead of Sunday's matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs. This is great news considering Beasley has been dealing with lingering knee issues for a few weeks. It's unclear if Beasley will be limited at all for this matchup. He finished with a goose egg last week versus the Baltimore Ravens. Beasley does have plenty of upside, but might be too risky for DFS players this weekend.

    Jan 23 · Source via Bills Cole Beasley
  • John Brown Has Sneaky Value

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver John Brown surprisingly had a solid game against the Baltimore Ravens last week. He hauled in eight receptions for 62 yards in the win. Brown has battled injuries all season long, but plays well when he's actually on the field. The Kansas City Chiefs are likely going to do everything in their power to slow down Stefon Diggs. That means, Brown could be against some below average defenders, which could mean he has a solid game. DFS players should highly consider using Brown for this matchup since he has plenty of upside.

    Jan 23 · Source via Bills John Brown
  • Stefon Diggs Has Fantastic Value Against Chiefs

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs continues to put up video-game numbers, and it seems like no defense has an answer for him. Last week, Diggs hauled in eight receptions for 106 yards and one touchdown in the win over the Baltimore Ravens. Honestly, it seems like Diggs goes over 100 receiving yards in just about every game. He'll continue to see plenty of targets versus the Kansas City Chiefs this weekend. He should be considered a must-have DFS option.

    Jan 23 · Source via Bills Stefon Diggs
  • Devin Singletary Not An Ideal Option

    Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary remains the workhorse lead back for this offense while Zack Moss (shoulder) is sidelined. However, Singletary didn't see many carries during the victory over the Baltimore Ravens last week. He rushed seven times for 25 yards and hauled in three receptions for 12 yards through the air. It's unlikely that his production increases by much against the Kansas City Chiefs. Maybe there's some low-end appeal here, but it's tough to imagine Singletary finding much room to run on Sunday.

    Jan 23 · Source via Bills Devin Singletary
  • Josh Allen Remains Strong DFS Option

    Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen is one win away from a ticket to the Super Bowl. Last week, he threw for 206 yards with one passing touchdown in the win over the Baltimore Ravens. Allen is a dual threat quarterback that has been lighting up opposing defenses all season long. The Kansas City Chiefs are not exactly a bad defense, but Allen hasn't shown any signs of slowing down. He'll remain a top tier DFS option for the playoff games this weekend.

    Jan 23 · Source via Bills Josh Allen
  • Gabriel Davis Questionable For AFC Championship

    Buffalo Bills rookie wide receiver Gabriel Davis (ankle) and defensive tackle Vernon Butler (quadriceps) are both questionable for the AFC Championship against the Chiefs on Sunday. Both players missed practice on Wednesday and Thursday before getting in a limited session on Friday, so they'll have a chance to be active this weekend. If healthy, the rookie wideout will serve in four-receiver sets alongside Stefon Diggs, Cole Beasley and John Brown. The 21-year-old fourth-round pick has been serviceable for the Bills this year with 35 receptions (62 targets) for 599 yards and seven touchdowns in the regular season, but he whiffed on four targets last week and has just four catches for 85 yards in the two postseason games. As the fourth wideout in a stacked Bills offense, it's hard to expect Davis to produce much if he plays. Isaiah McKenzie would see an expanded role if Davis is inactive.

    Jan 22 · Source via Bills Gabriel Davis
  • Stefon Diggs, Cole Beasley, Tyler Bass Off Final Injury Report

    Buffalo Bills wide receivers Stefon Diggs (oblique) and Cole Beasley (knee) will not have injury designations heading into Sunday's AFC Championship game against the Chiefs. Kicker Tyler Bass (hand) is also off the final injury report after practicing in full all week. Diggs has been fighting through an oblique injury late in the season, but it hasn't slowed him down one bit, as the 27-year-old All-Pro has 14 catches on 20 targets for 234 yards and two touchdowns in the two playoff games against the Colts and Ravens. Diggs led the league in receptions (127) and receiving yards (1,535) during the regular season and is worth the high DFS price against KC. Beasley likely won't be 100 percent the rest of the way, but he'll remain a trustworthy third-down weapon for Josh Allen. Beasley could be even more attractive on Sunday if rookie Gabriel Davis (ankle) is limited or inactive.

    Jan 22 · Source via Bills Cole Beasley Stefon Diggs Tyler Bass
  • Bills Defense Has Improved Late In The Season

    The Buffalo Bills Defense has improved dramatically since their Week 11 bye, allowing only 17.1 points per game, fewer than 340 total yards per game and just a 35.1 third-down conversion rate since Week 12. Buffalo's D held the Baltimore Ravens to just three points and 340 total yards in the their win in the Divisional Round last weekend. The Bills defense made a point to limit big plays in their Week 6 loss to the Chiefs. They held wide receiver Tyreek Hill to three catches for 20 yards and tight end Travis Kelce to five catches for 65 yards and two touchdowns. KC carried the ball 46 times for 245 yards and a touchdown on the ground. Buffalo will have their hands full again and will probably be avoided in most DFS formats this weekend, making them mostly a contrarian play if Patrick Mahomes (concussion) is active.

    Jan 21 · Source via Bills Buffalo Bills
  • Stefon Diggs Gets In Limited Practice

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs (oblique) remains on the injury report and was a limited practice participant on Wednesday. Diggs has been battling an oblique injury late this season, but it hasn't really slowed him down at all. The NFL's leader in receptions and receiving yards in 2020, the 27-year-old has 14 catches on 20 targets for 234 yards and two touchdowns in the team's two playoff tilts against the Colts and Ravens this year. Diggs was able to haul in six of his eight targets for 46 yards and a touchdown in the first meeting with the Chiefs back in Week 6 in a 26-17 loss. With quarterback Josh Allen having a breakout season under center, Diggs has been one of the most valuable fantasy wideouts this season, and that shouldn't change in the AFC Championship this Sunday.

    Jan 20 · Source via Bills Stefon Diggs
  • Gabriel Davis Misses Practice On Wednesday

    Buffalo Bills rookie wide receiver Gabriel Davis (ankle) and defensive tackle Vernon Butler (quadriceps) both missed practice on Wednesday. Davis injured his ankle in the Divisional Round win over the Ravens last Saturday night. As of right now, the impressive 21-year-old should be considered questionable to play against the Chiefs in the AFC Championship on Sunday, but keep an eye on his practice status through the rest of the week. He was unable to haul in any of his four targets against Baltimore's defense last week after going for four catches and 85 yards in the wild-card win over Indianapolis the week prior. He's hard to trust for consistent production behind Stefon Diggs, John Brown and Cole Beasley. If Davis can't play this weekend, Isaiah McKenzie could see an expanded role.

    Jan 20 · Source via Bills Gabriel Davis
  • Zack Moss Undergoes Ankle Surgery

    Buffalo Bills rookie running back Zack Moss (ankle) underwent a minor surgical "tight rope" procedure on his ankle on Tuesday. Moss is expected to make a full recovery and be ready for offseason workouts and training camp. The 23-year-old was injured in the wild-card win over the Colts and won't be available for the rest of Buffalo's postseason run. But Moss impressed as a rookie, carrying the ball 112 times for 481 yards and four touchdowns while also catching 14 passes on 18 targets for 95 yards and an additional score. He should continue to be featured alongside Devin Singletary in 2021, but Moss should be the more attractive RB3/flex if the Bills continue to use him more than Singletary in the red zone and near the goal line. With quarterback Josh Allen breaking out in 2020, Buffalo's offensive arrow is only pointing up, giving Moss plenty of room for improvement going into Year 2.

    Jan 19 · Source via Bills Zack Moss
  • Dawson Knox Hauls In Both Targets

    Buffalo Bills tight end Dawson Knox did his job, but didn't have a huge impact during Saturday's game against the Baltimore Ravens. He hauled in both of his targets for 18 yards in the win. Knox has played well in the second half of the season, but the Bills are just too stacked on offense. The rookie tight end is basically the No. 4 or No. 5 option on this offense. It's unlikely that he has much value heading into the next round.

    Jan 17 · Source via Bills Dawson Knox
  • Gabriel Davis Quiet Versus Ravens

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Gabriel Davis (leg) didn't make much of an impact during Saturday's win over the Baltimore Ravens. He failed to haul in any of his four targets during this contest. To be fair, Davis landed awkwardly on his leg and it seemed to bother him the rest of the game. It's worth keeping an eye on his status going forward. However, he should bounce back next week, assuming he's healthy.

    Jan 17 · Source via Bills Gabriel Davis
  • Cole Beasley Held Without A Catch

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Cole Beasley (knee) was surprisingly unable to make an impact against the Baltimore Ravens on Saturday. Beasley failed to haul in either of his two targets in the win over Baltimore. To be fair, Beasley was matched up with elite defensive back Marlon Humphrey for a majority of the game. Possibly, Beasley wasn't at 100 percent because of his nagging knee issue. Expect Beasley to bounce back during the next round of the playoffs.

    Jan 17 · Source via Bills Cole Beasley
  • John Brown Hauls In Eight Receptions

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver John Brown was held catchless during the playoff matchup against the Indianapolis Colts. However, Brown was on a mission to prove that it was a fluke performance. On Saturday, Brown hauled in eight of his 11 targets for 62 yards in the victory over the Baltimore Ravens. Brown has played well when healthy this season, but getting him healthy and on the field has been an issue. He'll be a decent DFS option heading into the next round.

    Jan 17 · Source via Bills John Brown
  • Stefon Diggs Goes Over 100 Yards

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs has been basically impossible to stop over the second half of the season. He seemingly had no issues versus the Baltimore Ravens during their playoff matchup on Saturday. Diggs hauled in eight of his 11 targets for 106 yards and one touchdown in the win. It doesn't seem that any defense has an answer for Diggs right now. He'll continue to be a must-have DFS option throughout the playoffs.

    Jan 17 · Source via Bills Stefon Diggs
  • Devin Singletary Stopped In Victory

    Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary had trouble finding any room to run against the Baltimore Ravens on Saturday. He rushed seven times for 25 yards in the win over Baltimore. The Bills basically abandoned the running game until late in the fourth quarter. Zack Moss (leg) is expected to be sidelined for their next matchup, but it won't make much of a difference. Singletary will be a low-end streaming option going forward.

    Jan 17 · Source via Bills Devin Singletary
  • Josh Allen Plays Well Versus Ravens

    Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen was able to get the job done during Saturday's playoff victory over the Baltimore Ravens. He completed 23 of 37 passing attempts for 206 yards with one touchdown and zero interceptions in the win. Allen also rushed seven times for three yards on the ground. Baltimore did a solid job of stopping the deep ball, but Allen still found a way to get the job done. The MVP candidate will remain a top tier DFS choice for the next round of the playoffs.

    Jan 17 · Source via Bills Josh Allen
  • T.J. Yeldon Active For Divisional Round

    Buffalo Bills running T.J. Yeldon is active and will likely serve as the No. 2 back for the Bills in Saturday's Divisional Round against the Baltimore Ravens with Zack Moss (ankle) out. Devin Singletary will be the lead back and Yeldon's unlikely to see as much work as a healthy Moss would have, so he shouldn't be on your fantasy radar unless you really need a GPP punt play who won't be rostered much.

    Jan 16 · Source via Bills T.J. Yeldon
  • Brian Daboll The Favorite For Chargers Head-Coaching Job

    Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll has emerged as a favorite to land the Los Angeles Chargers head-coaching job, according to league sources. He is one of nine candidates to have interviewed for the job. If the Bills lose their Divisional Round game against the Ravens on Saturday night, Daboll can meet with the Chargers whenever he wants and accept the job if it's offered to him. If Buffalo wins, the Chargers must wait. He's an offensive-minded coach and has learned from some of the best coaches in the game while helping quarterback Josh Allen improve. Daboll also went to high school with Chargers general manager Tom Telesco, and the two played on the same high school football team.

    Jan 16 · Source via Bills
  • Dawson Knox A Shaky Option Against Baltimore

    Buffalo Bills tight end Dawson Knox has picked it up during the second half of the season. Since Week 12, Knox has hauled in four touchdowns, including one against the Indianapolis Colts last week. Sadly, the Bills have so many weapons on offense that Knox doesn't see a significant amount of targets. It's tough to believe he'll be able to do much damage against the Baltimore Ravens this weekend. He'll be a low-cost option, but doesn't have much upside heading into this matchup.

    Jan 15 · Source via Bills Dawson Knox
  • John Brown Avoidable Versus Ravens

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver John Brown was a ghost against the Indianapolis Colts last week. He failed to haul in any of his four targets in the win over Indy. At this point, Gabriel Davis is looking like he surpassed Brown on the depth chart. Brown looked solid during their regular season finale, but the Bills have too many options on offense. It's unlikely that Brown does anything significant against the Baltimore Ravens secondary this weekend.

    Jan 15 · Source via Bills John Brown
  • Gabriel Davis Has Sneaky Value

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Gabriel Davis has surprisingly pushed his way into a significant role in this offense. Davis didn't make much of an impact during the first half of the season, but has been a solid contributor since then. He hauled in four receptions for 85 yards in the playoff victory over the Indianapolis Colts. Obviously, Stefon Diggs and Cole Beasley are ahead of him on the depth chart. However, the Bills continue to find ways to get Davis involved. He could make for a low-cost DFS option against the Baltimore Ravens this weekend.

    Jan 15 · Source via Bills Gabriel Davis
  • Cole Beasley Makes For Intriguing Fantasy Option

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Cole Beasley (knee) was limited during Thursday's practice, but will suit up against the Baltimore Ravens this weekend. The veteran slot receiver has found a perfect home in Buffalo. He hauled in seven receptions for 57 yards in the win over the Indianapolis Colts last week. Slot receivers have been fairly decent against the Ravens secondary this season. Beasley makes for an intriguing fantasy option for this weekend's slate.

    Jan 15 · Source via Bills Cole Beasley
  • Stefon Diggs An Elite Fantasy Option

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs (oblique) has been putting up video-game numbers for the majority of the season. He hauled in six receptions for 128 yards and one touchdown in the win over the Indianapolis Colts last week in the wild-card round. Diggs was a little banged up heading into this week but has been removed from the injury report. It sounds like he'll be healthy enough to suit up against the Baltimore Ravens in the Divisional Round. This is obviously a tough matchup, but Diggs continues to exceed expectations, so he'll remain an elite fantasy option for this weekend.

    Jan 15 · Source via Bills Stefon Diggs
  • Devin Singletary To See Increased Workload

    Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary has seen limited fantasy value throughout most of the regular season because of the timeshare in the backfield. However, running back Zack Moss (leg) won't be suiting up for the playoff matchup against the Baltimore Ravens. Singletary will get an increased workload, but the Ravens aren't exactly an easy team to run against right now. Sometimes in the regular season, Singletary saw touches in the mid-teens and still didn't have much value. Expect that to be a similar result versus the Ravens this weekend.

    Jan 15 · Source via Bills Devin Singletary
  • Josh Allen Remains Strong Fantasy Play

    Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen looked seemingly unstoppable versus the Indianapolis Colts last week. He threw for 324 yards with two touchdowns and rushed for 54 yards and another score. Allen has put himself into the MVP conversation and should remain a strong fantasy option against the Baltimore Ravens. The young dual-threat quarterback has shown no signs of slowing down, so continue believing in him.

    Jan 15 · Source via Bills Josh Allen
  • Bills Defense Confident They Can Contain Ravens

    The Buffalo Bills Defense is confident that they can contain Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson in the Divisional Round matchup on Saturday night. Buffalo held Jackson to only 40 rushing yards on 11 carries last year. "We're pretty confident in being able to contain him," said linebacker Matt Milano. The Bills defense held opponents to just under 19 points a game in the final five games of the season, too, so they're coming in confident. Jackson threw for just 145 yards in his meeting against the Bills in 2019, but three of his 16 completions went for touchdowns through the air. Buffalo's defense has stiffened late in the season, but they'll face a very tough task this weekend, and fantasy managers should temper expectations in DFS.

    Jan 15 · Source via Bills
  • Cole Beasley Receives Praise For Toughness

    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Cole Beasley (knee) received praise from quarterback Josh Allen and fellow wideout Stefon Diggs for playing through an injured knee in the wild-card win over the Colts in which he played 41 snaps and secured a team-high seven catches for 57 yards. "I do want to give a shoutout to Cole. Seven catches. On his knee. Getting through it. He's tough as nails," Allen said. Beasley wore a brace on his injured knee and was laboring at times, but he made it through the game and is expected to be out there in the Divisional Round against the Ravens this Saturday night. The veteran pass-catcher had a career-high 82 catches for 967 yards and four touchdowns in the regular season and remains a key third-down weapon for Allen, but he'll remain a bit risky while playing at less than 100 percent against a tough Baltimore D and a potential matchup with cornerback Marlon Humphrey.

    Jan 13 · Source via Bills Cole Beasley
  • Tyler Bass Returns To Practice

    Buffalo Bills kicker Tyler Bass (hand) returned to practice on Wednesday after being sidelined on Tuesday with a hand injury. Bass should be fine to kick against the Baltimore Ravens in the Divisional Round on Saturday night after he connected on both of his field-goal tries and all three of his extra points in the wild-card win over the Colts. The 23-year-old rookie has been very impressive in 2020 and has been very valuable for fantasy managers, hitting 28 of his 34 field-goal tries in 16 games during the regular season. Bass should continue to be a popular DFS kicker in the playoffs, although inclement weather in Buffalo could make him more risky than normal on Saturday night. Make sure to check the forecast later this week before locking him in.

    Jan 13 · Source via Bills Tyler Bass
  • Stefon Diggs, Cole Beasley Limited In Practice

    Buffalo Bills wide receivers Stefon Diggs (oblique) and Cole Beasley (knee), linebacker Tremaine Edmunds (hamstring) and defensive tackle Ed Oliver (ankle) were all limited in practice on Tuesday. Diggs and Beasley both played in the wild-card win over the Colts and should be fine for this Saturday's game against the Ravens. Diggs caught six passes for 128 yards and a touchdown and will once again be one of the best receiver plays in fantasy in the Divisional Round, albeit in a tougher matchup with Baltimore's defense. Beasley was questionable last weekend but was active and caught all seven of his targets for 57 yards in the victory over Indy. Unless he suffers a setback this week, Beasley should remain a go-to third-down weapon for quarterback Josh Allen.

    Jan 12 · Source via Bills Cole Beasley Stefon Diggs
  • Bills Signing Devonta Freeman To Practice Squad

    The Buffalo Bills are signing former Giants running back Devonta Freeman to their practice squad on Tuesday, according to his agent, Drew Rosenhaus. Buffalo is in need of some extra running back depth due to the injury to rookie Zack Moss (ankle), who will miss the rest of the postseason. The Bills also have T.J. Yeldon and Taiwan Jones on the active roster to back up Devin Singletary, who should see the lion's share of the backfield work on Saturday in the Divisional Round against the Ravens. The 28-year-old Freeman was on Injured Reserve with New York before being released. He had 54 carries for 172 yards (3.2 yards per carry) and one touchdown while also adding seven catches for 58 yards in five games for the G-Men this season. You can ignore him in fantasy playoff leagues.

    Jan 12 · Source via Bills Devonta Freeman Taiwan Jones Zack Moss
  • Zack Moss' Postseason Is Over

    Buffalo Bills rookie running back Zack Moss (ankle) will miss the rest of the playoffs after suffering an ankle injury in the 27-24 wild-card win over the Colts last Saturday. He was carted off the field on Saturday. Moss was the team's second-leading rusher behind Devin Singletary this year, and he had 576 total yards and five touchdowns in his rookie campaign while missing three games early in the year with a toe injury. Singletary should operate in a near every-down role moving forward, starting with the Divisional Round against the Ravens. Buffalo also has T.J. Yeldon, Taiwan Jones and undrafted rookie Antonio Williams to back Singletary up. Singletary will become a much more attractive DFS play this weekend, but he'll be facing a stingy Baltimore defense. It's undecided if Moss will need offseason surgery.

    Jan 11 · Source via Bills Zack Moss