David Sills V
WR - NYG
Week 14 Outlook
Giants WR David Sills V caught three passes for 31 yards and a touchdown in Saturday's preseason loss to the Browns.
Sills continues to impress in the preseason. He followed up Week 1's good showing with three catches and a touchdown Saturday afternoon. He has been the Giants' best-looking receiver in the preseason and has a good shot at making the final roster. With a deep WR core, Sills' value could come as a free agent pickup due to injury, but he is worth keeping an eye on.
Giants WR David Sills V caught three passes for 49 yards in Saturday night's loss to the Jets.
Sills was also the target of a long pass that led to a pass interference call in the end zone. In 2020, Sills turned heads in training camp, only to suffer a broken foot that cost him the season. At 6'3, 211 lbs, he offers sure hands and athleticism and could be an intriguing roster piece if he continues to perform well in preseason.
David Sills caught two of his four targets for 14 yards and a touchdown in the Bills' preseason win over the Vikings.
Sills is deep enough down the depth chart that he's unlikely to surface on the fantasy radar in 2019, but he has some possible upside down the line. Sills has a nice track record as a red zone weapon, which could earn him situational usage as a stepping stone somewhere down the line.
David Sills was targeted once in the Bills' preseason opener against the Colts.
Sills is an interesting rookie, and could likely have been drafted, but signed with the Bills as a UDFA. Unless he starts making noise in preseason, he won't likely surface on the fantasy radar. The Bills have lots of WRs ahead of him, even with a weak depth chart and no studs.
Former West Virginia WR David Sills has signed with the Buffalo Bills.
It was shocking to see Sills fall completely out of the draft given his elite production as a Mountaineer, as he led the nation in total TD receptions over the last two seasons with 33. At 6’3/210 pounds, Sills is long and lanky and one of the most sure-handed receivers in this draft class. It’s unclear exactly why he went undrafted, but Buffalo got a ton of value with the pickup. Sills will compete for playing time in a crowded receiving corps with Robert Foster and Zay Jones and new additions Cole Beasley and John Brown.