WR - BUF
Week 3 Outlook
Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs caught four of eight targets for 60 yards and a touchdown against the Dolphins on Sunday afternoon.
Diggs found paydirt for the first time this season as Buffalo shut out Miami. While he caught just four passes, he likely would have seen more involvement if the game were closer. He remains in the top-five wide receiver conversation and should be started every week.
Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs caught nine of 14 targets for 69 yards against the Steelers on Sunday.
Diggs had an incredible breakout campaign last season and opened 2021 with a fair showing against a stingy Steelers defense. He'll have another tricky matchup next week when the Bills take on the Dolphins and their strong secondary in Miami.
Bills WR Stefon Diggs (knee) has resumed practicing in full pads.
Diggs missed three weeks of practice but was able to participate in team drills on Tuesday. He's safe to select in the first round of upcoming drafts.
Buffalo Bills WR Stefon Diggs (knee) sustained a knee injury during practice last week, but Bills head coach Sean McDermott claimed that the injury is currently of little concern, per Joe Buscaglia.
Diggs continues to miss practice after suffering a minor knee injury last week, meaning he could use the remainder of the preseason to rehab and make himself available for Week 1 at home against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Diggs finished as the WR3 in 2020, leading the league in receptions (127) and receiving yards (1,535). He should be in store for another WR1 outing in 2021, assuming his knee injury is as mild as advertised. Continue to monitor Diggs' status throughout the next week or two as Week 1 approaches.
Bills WR Stefon Diggs caught 6-of-11 targets for 77 yards in Sunday's Championship round loss to the Chiefs.
Diggs had a quiet end to what was a spectacular 2020 season. Josh Allen's favorite target finished the season with 147 receptions, over 1,500 yards, and 10 touchdowns (including post-season). The amount of targets Diggs saw this season puts him in Davante Adams territory and he should be one of the first WRs off the board in 2021 fantasy drafts.
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