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Fantasy Football Player Notes

2021 PPR Draft Rankings

Stefon Diggs Note
Stefon Diggs photo 3. Stefon Diggs (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.
16 weeks ago
Cole Beasley Note
Cole Beasley photo 58. Cole Beasley (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.
16 weeks ago
Emmanuel Sanders Note
Emmanuel Sanders photo 64. Emmanuel Sanders (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.
16 weeks ago
Gabriel Davis Note
Gabriel Davis photo 68. Gabriel Davis (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.
16 weeks ago
Isaiah McKenzie Note
Isaiah McKenzie photo 134. Isaiah McKenzie (vs . NYJ)
Marquez Stevenson Note
Marquez Stevenson photo 165. Marquez Stevenson (vs . NYJ)
Jake Kumerow Note
Jake Kumerow photo 174. Jake Kumerow (vs . NYJ)
Isaiah Hodgins Note
Isaiah Hodgins photo 246. Isaiah Hodgins (vs . NYJ)
Tanner Gentry Note
Tanner Gentry photo 393. Tanner Gentry (vs . NYJ)