Fantasy Football Player Notes

Week 7 Rankings
Kenyan Drake photo 78. Kenyan Drake RB - (at BUF)
The Dolphins are bad. Luckily, Drake is their receiving back and should provide a decent floor, but he is pretty matchup-dependent. He's a desperation FLEX at best with the current state of the Miami offense.
1 day ago
Preston Williams photo 86. Preston Williams WR - (at BUF)
He was tied for the team lead with six targets last week, though he remained inefficient on them, finishing with just two catches for 31 yards. Over the last three games, he's racked up a massive 25 targets, but has netted just 10 receptions for 145 yards and no touchdowns. You do want to follow targets and Williams' 20 percent target share makes you at least consider him as an option. Fortunately, you can do a quick "nope" when looking at the matchup this week, as the Bills have tormented opposing wide receivers. There's been just one wide receiver who's been able to post numbers better than the WR35 against them, and that was Jamison Crowder, who saw a ridiculous 17 targets. In fact, there's been just five receivers to score more than 7.6 PPR points against the Bills and four of them saw double-digit targets, while the other one scored a touchdown. Williams is nothing more than a touchdown-or-bust WR5 and you don't want to rely on that out of this Dolphins passing game.
2 days ago
Devante Parker photo 94. Devante Parker WR - (at BUF)
He's now scored a touchdown in back-to-back games, but he's also seen four targets in back-to-back games, meaning there's a bust game coming soon and the Bills are just the team to give it to him. They may not have Tre'Davious White shadow him considering how involved and targeted Preston Williams is, but it won't matter all that much, as the Bills have seen far better receivers than this duo and have allowed just one wide receiver to finish higher than WR35 against them. You don't want to keep playing a receiver who's getting minimal targets in a bad offense who's in a bad matchup.
2 days ago
Mark Walton photo 120. Mark Walton RB - (at BUF)
Walton logged 11 touches against the Redskins in Week 6, and while we definitely don't feel comfortable endorsing a second-string Dolphins running back, he's worth watching in case he becomes a passing down specialist (five receptions in Week 6).
22 hours ago
Albert Wilson photo 128. Albert Wilson WR - (at BUF)
Mike Gesicki photo 166. Mike Gesicki TE - (at BUF)
Kalen Ballage photo 171. Kalen Ballage RB - (at BUF)
Allen Hurns photo 201. Allen Hurns WR - (at BUF)
Isaiah Ford photo 263. Isaiah Ford WR - (at BUF)
Nick O'Leary photo 270. Nick O'Leary TE - (at BUF)
Durham Smythe photo 309. Durham Smythe TE - (at BUF)