Buffalo Bills
Buffalo Bills
AFC East | 10-6-0
Rank: 24th
Avg Yds
Rank: 24th
Avg PYds
Rank: 26th
Avg RYds
Rank: 6th
Posted 8/12/2020 7:51 pm UTC
Buffalo Bills WR Cole Beasley (back) passed his physical Wednesday, Aug. 12, and has been activated from the Active/Non-Football Injury list.
Huddle Up: Beasley should continue to be the slot receiver for the Bills and will see a solid amount of targets. He can be a late-round pick in deeper fantasy drafts and would have more value in point-per-reception leagues.
Posted 8/08/2020 7:42 pm UTC
Buffalo Bills RB Devin Singletary is a strong Year 2 breakout candidate, according to NFL.com analyst Maurice Jones-Drew. 'Offensive coordinator Brian Daboll will give his second-year back plenty of opportunities in both the run and pass games after watching Singletary excel between the tackles and as a pass catcher,' Jones-Drew wrote. 'With the entire Bills' offense trending in the right direction, I'm projecting that Singletary will get 250 carries, 1,300 scrimmage yards and eight to 10 TDs in Year 2.'
Huddle Up: Getting 250 carries -- he had 151 in 12 games a year ago as a rookie -- would seem to be a stretch for the 5-7, 200-pound back. Make that especially so with the team spending a third-round pick on Utah RB Zack Moss this spring. Singletary, though, should definitely see more work in the passing game after 41 targets and 29 catches in 2019. Value him as a high-end RB3 for now.
Posted 7/29/2020 9:37 pm UTC
Buffalo Bills WR Cole Beasley (back) was placed on the Active/Non-Football Injury list Wednesday, July 29.
Huddle Up: Beasley likely will be eased back into practice and should be ready for the start of the regular season. He has been a reliable slot receiver for teams over the last several seasons and could be a late round pick in fantasy drafts.
Posted 7/11/2020 2:26 pm UTC
Buffalo Bills WR Josh Allen had the highest rate of uncatchable passes thrown in 2019 at 27 percent, according to Pro Football Focus.
Huddle Up: Allen threw more touchdowns and fewer interceptions in 2019 than he did over his 12-game rookie season. The addition of WR Stefon Diggs as a deep threat should help Allen's overall numbers, but he needs to improve on his career completion rate of 56.3 percent. He's being drafted as a mid-tier QB1 in hopes of a breakout season, but he carries a high amount of risk at his current price.
Posted 7/04/2020 4:51 pm UTC
Buffalo Bills RB Zack Moss is expected to play a role similar to the one that Frank Gore enjoyed in 2019, according to general manager Brandon Beane.
Huddle Up: More specifically, Moss was drafted to bring physicality to the running game. Gore led the team with 166 carries last season, and that's a number that is well within the rookie's range of outcomes if he runs the same way he did at Utah. It's also worth noting Gore handled 18 rushing attempts inside the 10 and 11 inside the 5, so he should be quite active in the red zone as well. Moss will likely be drafted as an RB4 in most leagues, but he has considerably more upside than that.
Posted 7/02/2020 1:25 am UTC
Buffalo Bills WR John Brown's production will be helped and not hurt by the addition of WR Stefon Diggs, according to QB Josh Allen. 'I think this is going to give him an opportunity to have more chances to catch the ball,' Allen said. 'Man-to-man, he's extremely tough to cover.'
Huddle Up: While the addition of Diggs is going to cut into his targets, less attention from opposing defenses could mean more big-play opportunities for Brown. Still, he will likely drop from the WR2 ranks to more of a boom-or-bust WR3.
Posted 6/28/2020 1:50 am UTC
Buffalo Bills QB Josh Allen added muscle to his upper body this offseason, according to his personal quarterback coach, Jordan Palmer. 'He's in crazy shape and spinning it great,' Palmer said.
Huddle Up: Questions about Allen's accuracy from the pocket remain, but he appears focused on trying to improve as a passer. In the meantime, his rushing ability should keep him in the low-end QB1 conversation again in 2020.
Posted 6/24/2020 9:41 pm UTC
Buffalo Bills QB Josh Allen was on target on only 31 percent of passes that traveled at least 20 yards down the field, according to Pro Football Focus. The average in the NFL was 43 percent.
Huddle Up: Allen has a few downfield threats in Stefon Diggs and John Brown, so it would help the offense if he can improve his deep ball. Allen should be considered a low-end No. 1 quarterback or a high-end No. 2 quarterback in fantasy leagues.
Posted 6/15/2020 7:28 pm UTC
Buffalo Bills third-round draft choice RB Zack Moss signed a four-year contract with the Buffalo Bills Monday, June 15. Financial terms were not disclosed.
Huddle Up: Moss should be the primary backup running back for the Bills this season and will see a handful of carries each game. He could be a late-round pick in fantasy leagues or a handcuff to Devin Singletary.
Posted 6/13/2020 6:56 pm UTC
Buffalo Bills QB Josh Allen will be running an offense which returns a league-most 95.4 percent of its 2019 snaps.
Huddle Up: Of course, Allen has one notable new toy to work with in WR Stefon Diggs, but the overall continuity should help Allen take even more strides in his third season as the Bills' starter. Value him as a low-end but solid QB1.
Posted 6/13/2020 4:31 pm UTC
Buffalo Bills WR Stefon Diggs made an instant impression on QB Josh Allen when the two were able to work together recently in Florida. 'It was very, very awesome to see just the amount of detail that he puts into his craft, how communicative he was, how willing he was to learn,' Allen said of Diggs. 'And he wasn't there for himself. He was there for the betterment of the team and wanted to hang out with the guys and wanted to learn and get to know the guys and I thought that was pretty special. You hear all these crazy stories in the media, and I think he's had a bad rep where he was at.'
Huddle Up: Diggs posted a career high in receiving yards (1,130) in 2019 despite finishing with 39 fewer receptions than he had the previous season. Fantasy-wise, he's finished as a WR2 in each of the last three seasons, but the move to Buffalo and his new QB aren't exactly fantasy friendly. Value him as a high-end WR3.
Posted 6/07/2020 1:27 am UTC
Buffalo Bills RB Zack Moss has the qualities the team is looking for in a running back, according to offensive coordinator Brian Daboll. 'He's tough, hard-nosed, downhill guy that for being a bigger body guy still has the ability to make people miss in short spaces,' Daboll said. 'We really, really like that the toughness that he ran with.'
Huddle Up: Devin Singletary is set to be the lead back in Buffalo, but Moss will likely serve as the primary backup and could vulture touches near the goal line. He's worth stashing in the later rounds, especially as a handcuff for Singletary.
Posted 6/06/2020 8:32 pm UTC
Buffalo Bills WR Cole Beasley caught all eight of his red-zone targets in 2019 and scored five touchdowns within the opposition's 20-yard line.
Huddle Up: John Brown led the Bills with 11 red-zone targets, but Beasley had more receptions and touchdowns. WR Stefon Diggs is the new No. 1 option in the passing game, but Beasley should still have a role as the primary slot receiver. He could be a consideration as a bye-week replacement later in the season.
Posted 6/01/2020 1:37 am UTC
Buffalo Bills QB Josh Allen has 17 rushing touchdowns in 27 career starts. Only free-agent QB Cam Newton (Panthers) has had more rushing touchdowns in his first 27 starts.
Huddle Up: Despite below average accuracy, Newton has been a high-end fantasy quarterback for much of his career because of his rushing stats. Allen may never reach Newton's level, but his running ability can keep him in the QB1 mix.
Posted 5/31/2020 4:37 pm UTC
Buffalo Bills WR Stefon Diggs has only worked with QB Josh Allen during drills at the recent workouts in Florida.
Huddle Up: The team has not been able to hold offseason workouts, but Allen and Diggs have found a way to work on building their chemistry. Diggs likely will be the top option in the passing game this upcoming season and should be considered a No. 2 wide receiver in most fantasy leagues.
Posted 5/29/2020 9:13 pm UTC
Buffalo Bills QB Josh Allen worked out with several of the team's pass catchers in Florida Thursday, May 28, including WR Stefon Diggs. RB Devin Singletary, WRs John Brown, Isaiah McKenzie, Nick Easley, WR Gabriel Davis and Isaiah Hodgins and TEs Dawson Knox, Tommy Sweeney, Jason Croom and Nate Becker were among the players participating in the workout.
Huddle Up: The Bills have not been able to practice this offseason, so Allen and his teammates have begun working out together. Allen is coming off a solid 2019 season and should be helped with the addition of Diggs. He should be at least a No. 2 quarterback in fantasy leagues and could be a low-end No. 1 quarterback in deeper leagues.
Posted 5/23/2020 4:42 pm UTC
Buffalo Bills WR John Brown ranks third in the league since 2015 with an average depth of target of 15.9 yards.
Huddle Up: In his first year in Buffalo, Brown returned to the WR2 ranks (No. 19) for the first time since 2015 as he hit career highs in targets (115), receptions (72) and receiving yards (1,060) in 2019. The Bills, though, traded for WR Stefon Diggs this offseason, and that pushes Brown back down into more boom-or-bust territory. Consider him a low-end WR3 at best.
Posted 5/18/2020 11:50 pm UTC
Buffalo Bills QB Josh Allen forced 20 missed tackles while running in 2019, which ranked second among quarterbacks.
Huddle Up: Allen rushed for 510 yards and nine touchdowns last season to go along with his 3,089 passing yards and 20 passing touchdowns. His running ability adds to his fantasy value and could be a low-end No. 1 quarterback in some deeper leagues.
Posted 5/16/2020 9:07 pm UTC
Buffalo Bills RB Zack Moss has a warning for any NFL defenders who plan on bringing him down in 2020. 'Anybody who wants to tackle me it's going to have to be a business decision,' Moss said during an appearance on 'Good Morning Football' on the NFL Network. 'It's all game, all night. The fourth quarter is punishment. ... 'I'm trying to be the most dominant player on the field every time I have that ball in my hands.'
Huddle Up: Moss will share the Bills' backfield with Devin Singletary. The split will hinder the fantasy production of both players and QB Josh Allen has rushed for a total of 17 touchdowns in his first two seasons, as well. Moss will begin the season as an RB3/4, but he'll be a high-end RB2 if Singletary were to miss any amount of time.
Posted 5/14/2020 2:06 am UTC
Buffalo Bills QB Josh Allen completed 69 percent of his passes during two receivers within 10 yards of the line of scrimmage - the worst rate by any qualifying quarterback last season.
Huddle Up: Allen has been a much better quarterback in fantasy than real life through two NFL seasons, and this is yet another stat that reinforces the notion. To their credit, the Bills have given him a quality supporting cast that should be capable of snagging a few more of his errant throws if his accuracy doesn't improve much in 2020. So long as his rushing numbers remain somewhat steady, Allen should remain firmly in the fantasy QB1 conversation this summer.
Posted 5/05/2020 2:11 am UTC
Buffalo Bills QB Josh Allen completed a mere 17.1 percent of his throws that traveled at least 20 yards downfield, according to Pro Football Focus. It tied Pittsburgh Steelers QB Mason Rudolph for the worst mark in the league.
Huddle Up: Allen's accuracy has long been his biggest shortcoming, but the Bills have taken several steps to help him out since he was drafted in 2018. The latest addition is Stefon Diggs, who is generally considered one of the best route-runners in the league. Fantasy owners can hope that Diggs' arrival will allow Allen to complete over 60 percent of his throws in 2020 - he hasn't reached that mark yet in his career - which would only augment his ability as a runner. Consider him a low-end QB1 again this season.
Posted 5/01/2020 5:44 pm UTC
Buffalo Bills WR Stefon Diggs hasn't had a chance to build on-field chemistry with QB Josh Allen during the ongoing coronavirus shutdown, but head coach Sean McDermott says he's not overly worried. 'I am concerned about it, but I guess not worried at this point,' McDermott said Friday, May, 1, while also noting every team faces its share of challenges. 'What you do is try to adjust and adapt, and like we said before, our theme this offseason has been: `Find a way.''
Huddle Up: Diggs has finished as a top-18 fantasy wide receiver in each of the last three seasons, but the lack of offseason work could loom as a significant issue with players switching teams and trying to adjust to a new offense. Value him as a low-end WR2.
Posted 5/01/2020 12:49 pm UTC
Buffalo Bills third-round pick RB Zack Moss could see the carries inside the 10-yard line, according to ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. Moss is a downhill runner that improved his receiving skills with 28 catches last year at Utah and 13.9 yards per reception.
Huddle Up: Cox complements elusive Devin Singletary well, but he'll probably depend heavily on touchdowns to be a factor in fantasy. Cox is an RB5 or a handcuff for now.
Posted 4/29/2020 5:15 pm UTC
Buffalo Bills rookie WR Gabriel Davis, a fourth-round draft pick, will have an opportunity to become the team's No. 4 receiver behind Stefon Diggs, Cole Beasley and John Brown. 'I'm a big, physical, smart receiver, can do it all, versatile and can make big plays,' Davis said of himself.
Huddle Up: There probably won't be enough volume in the Buffalo passing game to make Davis a consideration on draft day, but his size and ball skills could make him a factor as matchups allow.
Posted 4/25/2020 11:29 pm UTC
Buffalo Bills RB Zack Moss is expected to receive a similar role to the one RB Frank Gore had in the Bills running game last season.
Huddle Up: Moss will be sharing playing time with Devin Singletary in 2020 and could see more of the work in short-yardage situations and around the goal line. He can be a later round option in fantasy leagues but may not be a weekly starting option unless he receives most of the carries.
Posted 4/21/2020 7:21 pm UTC
Buffalo Bills WR Stefon Diggs wasn't shopped around in trade talks, according to Minnesota Vikings general manager Rick Spielman Tuesday, April 21, but he said the offer from the Bills was too good to turn down. 'We had no intention of trading Diggs at the combine. Great player for us,' said Spielman. Spielman said the deal was good for both the player and the team. The Vikings received a 2020 first-round pick, a 2020 fifth-round pick, a 2020 sixth-round pick and a 2021 fourth-round pick in exchange for Diggs and a seventh-round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft.
Huddle Up: The loss of Diggs, and WR Laquon Treadwell in free agency, leaves the Vikings with little receiving depth behind No. 1 option Adam Thielen. Olabisi Johnson, Tajae Sharpe and Chad Beebe are the next three options on the depth chart. The Vikings are expected to target a rookie wideout late in the first or second rounds of the draft and they'd be likely to automatically assume a large role in the offense.
Posted 4/09/2020 2:28 am UTC
Buffalo Bills RB Devin Singletary 'could be the workload guy if we want him to do it,' general manager Brandon being told Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio on Wednesday, April 8.
Huddle Up: Fantasy owners are going to have to wait two-plus weeks before they can truly feel good about boarding his hype train, as this year's draft is well-stocked at the running back position. Either way, Singletary's job security should be strong regardless of whether or not Buffalo adds a back on Day 1 or Day 2. As things stand now, Singletary should be viewed as a high-upside RB2.
Posted 4/04/2020 2:51 am UTC
Buffalo Bills QB Josh Allen raised his completion percentage by six points in his second season and doubled his number of touchdown passes to 20 while throwing three fewer interceptions.
Huddle Up: In addition to taking a step forward as a passer, Allen continued to be a dangerous runner, topping 500 rushing yards and scoring nine times. The addition of Stefon Diggs to the receiving corps should only help his progress, and Allen could be a sneaky QB1 in 2020.
Posted 3/20/2020 7:31 pm UTC
Minnesota Vikings WR Stefon Diggs was officially traded to the Buffalo Bills Friday, March 20, in exchange for a 2020 first-round draft choice, a 2020 fifth-round draft choice, a 2020 sixth-round draft choice and a 2021 fourth-round draft choice. The Bills will also receive a 2020 seventh-round draft choice in the trade.
Huddle Up: The Vikings likely will add to their receiver corps this offseason, but Adam Thielen is the only reliable fantasy option on the roster. He should be a No. 1 or No. 2 receiver in fantasy leagues.
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