WR - BUF
Week 2 Outlook
With the Bills offense looking a little out of sorts on Sunday, Stefon Diggs wasn't his usual productive self. He saw plenty of targets - 14 total in week one - but his efficiency was well below what it usually is and it led to a 9-69-0 stat line. Diggs has a tough matchup here against the Miami secondary that should make life difficult for him yet again, but the volume Diggs is going to see is among the best in the NFL at the WR position. Start him with confidence as a low-end WR1.
A 69-yard game with no touchdowns was a disappointing start for Diggs, but he was targeted 13 times and had nine receptions, so volume isn't a concern. There shouldn't be any concerns with Diggs for that matter - not even a tricky matchup against Byron Jones. In two games against the Dolphins last year, Diggs totaled 21 targets, 15 receptions, 229 yards and a touchdown.
The Dolphins were 8th against fantasy wide receivers in the opener, but the Patriots do not have a strong receiving core. Diggs should be fine in this game, he had 21 targets, 15 receptions, 229 receiving yards, and 1 touchdown in 2 games against the Dolphins last year.
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