WR - BUF
This Week Outlook
Bills WR John Brown had two receptions for 24 yards in Sunday's Championship round loss to the Chiefs.
Brown had a tough end to his 2020 season. He missed significant time with an ankle injury and never seemed to get all the way back from it. If healthy, Brown should be a WR3/WR4 heading into the 2021 season.
Bills WR John Brown had eight receptions for 62 yards in Saturday night's win over the Ravens.
It was nice to see Brown return to form after putting up a bagel in the Wildcard round. He should continue to see a solid workload, especially if Cole Beasley isn't 100%. Brown has WR2 potential moving forward.
John Brown failed to catch any of his targets in Saturday's win over the Colts.
This is only Brown's second game back after missing six weeks with ankle issues and COVID-19. It's apparent he's still not quite back to full-form but he's an integral piece to this offense when healthy.
Bills WR John Brown caught all four of his targets for 72 yards and a touchdown in Week 17's win over the Dolphins.
Brown missed the last five weeks battling an ankle injury and a short stint on the Reserve/COVID-19 list but doesn't seem to have missed a beat with QB Josh Allen. He caught all four of his targets Sunday, including a pretty 32-yard TD as the Bills steam-rolled the Dolphins. He remains a WR4/FLEX, but his immediate involvement in the offense upon returning is positive.
The Bills activated WR John Brown from the reserve/COVID-19 list.
Brown should be good to go for Week 17 against the Dolphins. He was coming off an ankle injury before landing on the reserve/COVID-19 list, but he's finally ready to return to action. His return is a timely one as Cole Beasley (knee) is currently week-to-week.