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Fantasy Football Player Notes

2021 Half PPR Draft Rankings

Stefon Diggs Note
Stefon Diggs photo 11. Stefon Diggs WR - (vs . NYJ)
How in the world do you go from one team to another, with no offseason to build chemistry, and then churn out 127 receptions for 1,535 yards and eight touchdowns? Diggs did that because he's uber talented, and he finally got the targets he deserves. The Vikings gave him 112 targets or less in four of the five seasons with them, hiding his true ceiling. He's now tied to Josh Allen, who's continually improved since coming into the league, on a pass-first offense where he's the featured star. There's no reason to think they don't pick up where they left off in 2020. Heck, even his three games in the playoffs against legit opponents netted 20 receptions for 311 yards and two touchdowns.
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Josh Allen Note
Josh Allen photo 43. Josh Allen QB - (vs . NYJ)
All you can ask for out of an NFL quarterback is improvement. Allen has done that every single year, and it's translated to fantasy football as well. His percentage of QB1-type games by year: 41.7 - 43.8 - 56.3. He tallied 26-plus fantasy points in eight games last year, which tied for the most in the league. Even better is that he had just one game that was labeled a bust, which lets you know he's a set-it-and-forget-it quarterback who can be played, regardless of opponent. When spending a high-round pick on a quarterback, that's what you need. Allen can start to be considered around the fourth round.
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Zack Moss Note
Zack Moss photo 84. Zack Moss RB - (vs . NYJ)
I really liked Moss coming out of college, but being injury prone was a label he needed to shake. Unfortunately, he suffered an injury early in the season and was never able to wrestle the starting gig away from Devin Singletary. He did finish with at least 12 carries in three of the last four games, which leaves room for hope, but he also saw just three targets in those four games combined, which makes him extremely touchdown-dependent. When Josh Allen is the primary goal-line back, that presents an issue. Without an injury to Singletary, it's tough to see Moss being anything more than a touchdown-dependent RB3/4 option.
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Devin Singletary Note
Devin Singletary photo 106. Devin Singletary RB - (vs . NYJ)
To this point in his career, do you know who Singletary's fantasy comparison is? Duke Johnson. Yeah, we all know how that story ended. Singletary has produced RB2 or better numbers just 35.7 percent of the time, which is extremely poor for a running back who's averaged 14.2 opportunities per game. The Bills don't run the ball a whole lot, and it's extremeley likely that Zack Moss is the better early-down back who will get more goal-line carries. Singletary is a very low upside pick late in drafts who's best served as a bye week flex-type player.
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Cole Beasley Note
Cole Beasley photo 140. Cole Beasley WR - (vs . NYJ)
Did you know Beasley's finished as the WR34 and WR26 over the last two seasons with Allen under center? Crazy, right? He's not someone who's going to win you a fantasy championship singlehandedly, but he's certainly someone who can provide WR3 value in a pinch and/or during bye weeks.
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Gabriel Davis Note
Gabriel Davis photo 168. Gabriel Davis WR - (vs . NYJ)
Despite playing as the No. 4 wide receiver behind Stefon Diggs, John Brown, and Cole Beasley last year, Davis managed to make his presence felt, racking up 599 yards and seven touchdowns on just 62 targets. The Bills lost Brown this offseason but gained Emmanuel Sanders. They're not the same player, as Sanders isn't someone who'll stretch the field the way Brown or Davis did/can. If you're looking for a boom-or-bust player in the late rounds who just might pay off, Davis makes sense.
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Emmanuel Sanders Note
Emmanuel Sanders photo 175. Emmanuel Sanders WR - (vs . NYJ)
He's now been on four different teams in the last four years, though he's still remaining relevant in the fantasy conversation. He's also going to play with one of the best young quarterbacks in football, though he's clearly behind Stefon Diggs in the pecking order. The move to sign Sanders was odd considering how well Gabriel Davis played last year, but the Bills do run the second-most 4WR sets in football, so they'll be on the field together at times. But still, Sanders is now 34 years old and is likely in Buffalo to provide a reliable receiver in a pinch rather than one who'll pop back into the WR3 conversation. He is what he is at this point, which is a low-upside bye week filler.
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Buffalo Bills Note
Buffalo Bills photo 196. Buffalo Bills DST - (vs . NYJ)
Dawson Knox Note
Dawson Knox photo 223. Dawson Knox TE - (vs . NYJ)
We were hoping to see a second-year jump from Knox, but what we got was essentially the same thing we saw his rookie season. This has led to us hearing about the Bills exploring a trade for Evan Engram, as well as Zach Ertz. They signed Jacob Hollister, who's expected to compete for the starting job, though with all the receiving options they have, it's not likely either provides much fantasy value. There were just three occasions where a Bills tight end saw more than four targets last year, which means you'll use them in streaming situations. It's tough envisioning any sort of breakout season from Knox.
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Tyler Bass Note
Tyler Bass photo 230. Tyler Bass K - (vs . NYJ)
Bass had a fine rookie season, seeing plenty of volume in an explosive Bills offense. He ranked second in the league in extra-point attempts and conversions, and made 28 of his field-goal tries. He could use to improve his accuracy (82.4%), but it's hard to fault him too much for it given that he kicks in a notoriously difficult home venue. All in all, Bass should again be drafted as a starting-caliber kicker in fantasy leagues.
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Matt Breida Note
Matt Breida photo 275. Matt Breida RB - (vs . NYJ)
Jacob Hollister Note
Jacob Hollister photo 386. Jacob Hollister TE - (vs . NYJ)
Mitchell Trubisky Note
Mitchell Trubisky photo 417. Mitchell Trubisky QB - (vs . NYJ)
Kenny Stills Note
Kenny Stills photo 441. Kenny Stills WR - (vs . NYJ)
Isaiah McKenzie Note
Isaiah McKenzie photo 449. Isaiah McKenzie WR - (vs . NYJ)
Marquez Stevenson Note
Marquez Stevenson photo 483. Marquez Stevenson WR - (vs . NYJ)
Antonio Williams Note
Antonio Williams photo 539. Antonio Williams RB - (vs . NYJ)
Reggie Gilliam Note
Reggie Gilliam photo 581. Reggie Gilliam RB,TE - (vs . NYJ)
Brandon Powell Note
Brandon Powell photo 673. Brandon Powell WR - (vs . NYJ)
Jake Kumerow Note
Jake Kumerow photo 767. Jake Kumerow WR - (vs . NYJ)
Lance Lenoir Jr. Note
Lance Lenoir Jr. photo 792. Lance Lenoir Jr. WR - (vs . NYJ)
Isaiah Hodgins Note
Isaiah Hodgins photo 793. Isaiah Hodgins WR - (vs . NYJ)
Tanner Gentry Note
Tanner Gentry photo 799. Tanner Gentry WR - (vs . NYJ)
Tommy Sweeney Note
Tommy Sweeney photo 802. Tommy Sweeney TE - (vs . NYJ)
Nate Becker Note
Nate Becker photo 805. Nate Becker TE - (vs . NYJ)
Duke Williams Note
Duke Williams photo 817. Duke Williams WR - (vs . NYJ)
Taiwan Jones Note
Taiwan Jones photo 900. Taiwan Jones RB - (vs . NYJ)
Christian Wade Note
Christian Wade photo 907. Christian Wade RB - (vs . NYJ)
Jake Fromm Note
Jake Fromm photo 938. Jake Fromm QB - (vs . NYJ)
Davis Webb Note
Davis Webb photo 954. Davis Webb QB - (vs . NYJ)