S - BUF
Week 3 Outlook
Bills S Jordan Poyer has signed a two-year, $20.5M extension that will keep him in Buffalo through 2022.
Poyer has really stepped up his game since joining the Bills in 2017. He’s become a very solid safety in the NFL, having recorded 296 tackles and 11 INTs in his last three seasons with the Bills. Look for Poyer to only continue to get better with more years of experience and a great coaching staff in Buffalo.
Jordan Poyer registered 10 solo tackles, one assisted tackle, and one forced fumble in a devastating 24-17 loss to New England on Saturday.
Though his team fell just short, Poyer had a fine individual performance in their most crucial game of the year for the Bills. He notched his most tackles since Week 3 and has now had three solid games in a row. He's an excellent option against the Jets for those with a Week 17 round.
Jordan Poyer led a stout Bills defense in 17-10 win over the Steelers on SNF, recording three solo tackles, one assisted tackle, one pass defended, one interception, and one fumble recovery.
Poyer's two takeaways came at crucial points of the game and had direct influence on the final score. His fumble recovery followed a Josh Allen interception deep in Buffalo's territory and prevented the Steelers from heading into the half with momentum. His interception in the endzone was even more important, coming late in the fourth quarter with the Steelers trying to force an overtime to stay alive. Though he ended up with a solid stat line, he's a riskier play on Saturday against the Patriots, who have one of the lowest turnover percentages in the league.
Jordan Poyer tallied five solo tackles, five assisted tackles, and one pass defended in a 24-17 defeat to the Ravens.
Poyer doesn't stand out in any specific category, but his versatility allows him to have a solid fantasy floor each week. He may not win you any given week, but he's a solid contributor worth plugging into lineups. He and the Bills have a primetime showdown on SNF against the Steelers next week.
Jordan Poyer recorded two solo tackles, three assisted tackles, and one TFL in a 26-15 primetime beatdown of the Cowboys.
Poyer has been slumping in the last two weeks, logging very few tackles and not doing much in the way of secondary statistics. He'll need to be at his sharpest when Lamar Jackson and the high-flying Ravens come into Buffalo next Sunday.