TE - BUF
This Week Outlook
Dawson Knox caught both of his targets for 18 yards in Saturday's Divisional round win over the Ravens.
This is what Dawson Knox is. He's a TD dependent low-end TE2. He'll get a few looks from Josh Allen, but if he doesn't find pay dirt, fantasy managers will not be happy that they started him.
Bills TE Dawson Knox caught two passes for five yards and a touchdown in Saturday's win over the Colts.
Knox continues to see little volume as the Bills tend to spread the ball around to their deep WR core. He remains a touchdown dependant TE2 moving forward.
Bills TE Dawson Knox caught two passes for 29 yards in Sunday's win over the Dolphins.
Knox has shown promise down the stretch, but with all of the other weapons in Buffalo, he's hard to count on as more than a low-end TE2 at this time.
Bills TE Dawson Knox caught three balls for 51 yards in Monday night's win over the Patriots.
Knox only sees around four targets per game, and it's hard to rely on that low volume of opportunity. He remains a touchdown-dependent TE3 and is a better dart throw in DFS than in standard leagues.
Dawson Knox scored his third touchdown over his past four games in Week 15 against the Broncos.
Knox caught 2-of-4 targets for 36 yards and a score in this one. The receiving yards actually tie his season-high, which goes to show he isn't much of a fantasy option despite the recent scoring streak. Consider Knox a TE2 in Week 16 against New England.
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