By Kyle Yates (FantasyPros), Fri, Sep 17th 2021, 3:25pm EDT
Last season, Tua was billed as a dink-and-dunk QB that most likely wouldn't grow into the QB that fantasy managers had hoped he would become when he was drafted with a top-5 draft pick. However, the Chan Gailey offense certainly didn't help Tua's development and his top receivers were in and out of the lineup with injuries all year. Tua had a tough matchup against New England in week one, but he showed a lot to be excited about from a fantasy perspective. Did you know that Tua had the 5th-highest ADOT in week one for QBs with a minimum of 20 pass attempts with 10.1 yards? He was looking to push the ball deep downfield, which is a huge improvement over what we saw from him in his rookie season. Tua will have his moments as a streaming QB this year if he continues to show this level of aggressiveness, but this matchup against Buffalo is one to avoid him in 1QB formats. Tua can be viewed as a low-end QB2.