WR - BUF
Week 7 Outlook
Bills wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders hauled in five of eight targets for 91 yards against the Titans in Week 6.
Sanders finished with an impressive 18.2 yards per reception, which led the team. He also paced the team in receiving yards and longest gain during the contest. Going forward, he falls into the high-end WR4 territory given his usage and ability to break big plays. Buffalo is on bye this week, then faces Miami in Week 8.
Bills wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders hauled in three of five targets for 54 yards and two touchdowns against the Chiefs on Sunday night.
Sanders continues to dominate as he has now amassed 222 receiving yards and four touchdowns over the course of the last three weeks. While his number of targets dropped to a season-low, Sanders' ability to make plays happen and find the end zone ranks him in the WR4 range.
Bills wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders caught five passes for 74 yards against the Texans on Sunday. He also added a rush for seven yards.
Sanders, who has logged 268 receiving yards and two touchdowns this season, continues to have fantasy relevance. He represents an intriguing WR3 option ahead of a favorable matchup against the Chiefs next week.
Bills wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders had a huge game on Sunday, catching five passes for 94 yards and two touchdowns.
Sanders has been no stranger to big plays through the first three weeks of the season, though he had yet to catch a touchdown with the Bills prior to Sunday. He is now averaging four catches and seven targets per game. Sanders should be rostered in leagues with 10-plus teams, but you might want to hold off on starting him just yet.
Bills wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders hauled in just two of six targets for 48 yards against the Dolphins on Sunday.
Sanders, whose biggest play was a 35-yard catch, has now caught six of 14 targets for exactly 100 yards this season. The 12-year veteran has yet to find the end zone in 2021. He's worth rostering in redraft leagues with 12 or more teams.