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Buffalo Bills Fantasy: Start ‘Em/Sit ‘Em Week 4 – Should You Worry About Stefon Diggs?



Week 4 of the NFL season is upon us. The NFL came out swinging this year, but how are you doing in your Fantasy League? Are you regretting naming your team something wild? I don’t know, something like STL Battlehawks? Or did you go the opposite way and just use your name? 

Are you 3-0 or are you 1-2 and needing a hand on lifting your team out of it’s losing streak? Well, ladies and gentlemen, you’ve stumbled across the right article to right the ship. Buffalo Bills Fantasy start ’em and sit ’em.

Stefon Diggs Fantasy?

Let’s jump into the fire and talk Stefon Diggs. Are you worried about him in your league? It’s a subject that’s worth briefly mentioning. Stefon only put up 4 receptions and 49 yards last week with one touchdown. In a normal PPR league, that’s only 14 points. 

It’s a tad concerning when you start looking at lesser talented receivers put up 29 points, like Tyler Boyd. Unlike with Boyd’s situation though, Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills offense have other options to swing to. 

This week, Diggs is going up against a depleted Las Vegas Raiders secondary, and he should feast. Am I predicting Stefon Diggs getting another 100 plus game and 25 plus points in Fantasy Football? You’re damn straight I am! I’m not worried about the LA Rams game. I see it as an outlier that we shouldn’t worry about. 

Continue to start Stefon Diggs in fantasy. He’s a number 1 Fantasy Wide Receiver. 

Josh Allen 

Whew boy, Joshua Patrick Allen is on fire. So many of my friends have messaged me to tell me how he is single-handedly winning them games in Fantasy Football. It’s about time Josh Allen got the respect he deserves, even if I’m only talking Fantasy Football. 

Allen is the GOAT this year in Fantasy Football. He’s top three, at worst, at his position. If you take him out of your lineup this week because the LV Raiders defense is sneaky solid, then shame on you. 

Allen is going to get you 30+ points this week with another multi-touchdown performance. As of right now, we’re all thinking he won’t ever throw for under 300 yards again. 

Start the future MVP of the National Football League and stay happy! 

John Brown 

I would be surprised to see John Brown playing this week. The wide receiver position has become a strength for the Buffalo Bills. I don’t see Sean McDermont rushing Brown back from an injury so quickly. 

Sit John Brown this week. If you want to play a Buffalo Bills receiver, you’re going to want to keep reading.

Cole Beasley 

I wasn’t high you Beasley for Fantasy Football coming into the season, mostly because I saw him as the odd man out. I’m happy to state that I was wrong. Beasley has career highs in the first three weeks, and I can see that continuing against an injured-riddled LV Raiders secondary.   

Beasley’s points have been on a fast track upward in the first three weeks of the season. Watch out for him to get you another 100-yard game and a touchdown. Allen Trusts him on third-down conversions. Go back and look at the game-saving 3rd and 22 in week three’s game for evidence. 

Dawson Knox/Tyler Kroft 

Knox is a sit this week if you still have him on your roster. The reason being is the concussion he’s just now been cleared for. It’s hard to suggest you start someone when Knox hasn’t produced week after week. 

Tyler Kroft, on the other hand, might be a sneaky flex. He should get more red zone looks since he was targeted twice for two touchdowns in week three. I would keep him in your flex position until you see more from him. Week three could have been just one of those games where he got hot and no one was going to stop him. 

Start Em 

James Robinson

If you aren’t starting James Robinson in Fantasy Football, you’re not just wrong, you’re dead wrong. Robinson started the season with nine fantasy points and has gone on to put up 20 points in week two and 30 points in week three. 

Each week, he’s increasing his point total, and the Jacksonville Jaguars are getting creative in how they use him. Whether it’s in the passing game or the run game, Robinson is a number one running back this season. Start him! 

Odell Beckham Jr 

Is this the game that we finally get to see OBJ go off? Is this the game that gives us flashbacks to when he was a New York Giant? Lord, I hope so. Football is fun when Beckham Jr is one of the best Wide Receivers of my generation. Hopefully, his chemistry with Baker Mayfield gets on track. 

Odell Beckham Jr has put up modest numbers this year, only hitting double-digit points one time in week two. Fortunately for us Fantasy owners, he plays the Dallas Cowboys and they currently rank 31st in the NFL in defending the pass. 

Baker should look to Odell early and often, and Odell should deliver like this is 2015 all over again.

Eric Ebron 

Just like in the case of Odell Beckham Jr, I hope to see Ebron break out because Big Ben is back and the QB for the job. Last week against Houston was the only week that Ebron has posted a double-digit point total. 

Have no fear, though! He will continue this trend against Tennessee. All COVID news aside, Ebron and Big Ben are getting more comfortable with each other and he should start becoming a focal point of that offense, especially with Diontae Johnson questionable to play in week four. 

I wouldn’t be surprised to see Ebron put up 15 plus points against a suspect and leaky Tennesse defense. 

UPDATE: The Steelers vs. Titans game has been postponed to a different week. Be sure to take all Steelers and Titans players out of your lineup!

Sit Em 

Todd Gurley II 

Are we trusting Gurley this year? Sure, he’s put up double-digit totals in two out of the three games this year, but there’s a running back on the roster that looks a lot better than him as of right now. 

Todd Gurley is playing a Green Bay defense that is 30th in the league against the run. I just don’t see him getting the ball like he used to. Brian Hill has looked like a much better runner in every game, so when we talk about feasting, it’s starting Brian Hill and not looking back.

DJ Moore 

Moore will become an outstanding receiver … just not with Teddy Bridgewater as his QB. Moore, in week three, saw four targets come his way and had two catches for 65 yards. The Panthers should turn back the tape and look at the week two footage. Utilize Moore more like that. 

The other downside to Moore is the top ten pass defense he’s facing this week. Moore is going to have another shaky game. Flex or WR2 should be his position moving forward. 

Jared Cook 

Is anyone starting a receiver from the New Orleans Saints this year? Cook falls into that category. He was supposed to be a compliment to Sanders and Thomas. Unfortunately, Brees won’t throw it to anyone but his lightning-quick running back.

Cook is a good TE, but until Drew Brees starts opening up the offense so other players can play, either drop him or sit him for the long hall. 

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