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Fantasy Football Player Notes

Week 3 PPR Rankings

Stefon Diggs Note
Stefon Diggs photo 3. Stefon Diggs (vs . WAS)
Diggs hasn't produced massive numbers so far, but he's still drawn 21 targets and hauled in 13 receptions through two weeks of the season. After leading the league in receptions and receiving yards a year ago, there's no reason to overreact to his low output in the early goings of the season. Diggs remains a top-5 wideout against the Football Team in Week 3.
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Cole Beasley Note
Cole Beasley photo 39. Cole Beasley (vs . WAS)
Cole Beasley continues to fill a very valuable role for the Bills offense, but it's not translating to reliable fantasy production just yet. With the offense taking a step back from what we saw on the field last season, Beasley's role isn't providing as much fantasy value as what we anticipated. He's now averaging 6-48-0 through the first two weeks of the season and that's just enough to put him in the low-end FLEX conversation for Full PPR formats. He has a tough matchup this week against Kendall Fuller, so it's probably best to just leave Beasley on your bench for this one.
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Emmanuel Sanders Note
Emmanuel Sanders photo 53. Emmanuel Sanders (vs . WAS)
Emmanuel Sanders wasn't needed much last week as the Bills went on to smash the Dolphins, but he's still showing that he's a key piece of this offense through two games. He has a respectable 17.7% target share and he's averaging 41.5 Receiving Routes Run per contest. There's a path for Sanders to return FLEX value this week against Washington, but there are most likely higher upside options you can pivot to for your lineup. Sanders provides a safe floor, but he'll need to find the end zone to most likely crack the top-36 WRs.
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Gabriel Davis Note
Gabriel Davis photo 72. Gabriel Davis (vs . WAS)
Gabriel Davis was working his way back from an injury last week and was only on the field for 21 total snaps as opposed to 43 the week prior. There's the potential that he's more involved this week, but it's not a risk worth taking with how many other receiving options the Bills have on offense. Davis is a low-end FLEX option for me that is a complete swing-for-the-fences play.
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Isaiah McKenzie Note
Isaiah McKenzie photo 118. Isaiah McKenzie (vs . WAS)
Jake Kumerow Note
Jake Kumerow photo 154. Jake Kumerow (vs . WAS)