Bills Mafia, are you alive? What a whirlwind of emotions from Sunday’s game. From the interception that wasn’t to the PI call that should have been illegal contact, Buffalo’s game on Sunday confirmed that Cat Stevens is one hundred percent correct: it is indeed a Wild World. In Fantasy Football we had another insane outing, and I’m here to ferry you across the river Styx and talk all things Buffalo Bills fantasy.
My lord, the apology tour is off and running on social media. So many experts and fans are coming out to say they were wrong, and it’s about damn time. It’s amazing to see. I feel blessed every time I come across it.
Allen is a top-five quarterback in Fantasy Football, and if you say anything otherwise, you’re drinking crazy juice. Allen’s stat line evolved and ended with 311 passing yards with four touchdowns, eight rushing yards, and one rushing touchdown. For the kids at home who are bad at math like I am, Allen totaled five touchdowns Sunday.
He went on to put up 30 points, and you should be starting him in Fantasy Football every single week. You should never take Josh Allen out of your line up regardless of the matchup. Soak in the glory knowing you drafted this year’s top QB in fantasy football. You did, kid. Congrats! Buffalo Bills fantasy
Wow, wasn’t it great to see the Bills run game actually start clicking? I mean, was it perfect? Nope, not even, but I loved seeing how they were using Singletary. I’ve been preaching he should be getting the ball in the passing game more, and this game the Bills finally called his number.
Singletary’s stat line ended with 13 rushing attempts, 71 yards, and zero touchdowns. In the passing game, he had four receptions for 50 yards. He totaled 121 total yards of offense, and we should file that under things you love to see.
Singletary put up 16 points this week which is a season-high for him and a solid starter/flex option. Consider starting Singletary every week. The Bills should continue to utilize him in the passing game, and that’s a huge boost in PPR leagues. Buffalo Bills fantasy
Stefon had a great game. It wasn’t 156 yards great, but I’m not complaining. Diggs was targeted twice on a drive in which he got the ball twice for a touchdown, but unfortunately, it was called back both times.
Don’t fear, Bills Mafia and Fantasy Football advocates, as Diggs went on to actually catch a touchdown that counted. His stat line ended up being four receptions for 49 yards and one touchdown. Diggs ended with his lowest point total of the season with 14 points, but regardless, you’re starting Diggs every game till he proves not to.
Keep in mind, it looked like the Bills were trying to hand the ball off to him for a jet sweep. Using Diggs more in the run game has me excited knowing that’s going to boost his fantasy value. Buffalo Bills fantasy
Cole Beasley is improving his point total every game. Week one he put up nine points. Week two he had 12. This week, Beasley handed in a 16 point game. Should we expect a 21 point game from Beasley in week four? I don’t know, but I’m excited to jump on the train and go for a ride.
Beasley made some tremendous catches from some amazing Allen bombs. It looked like, with John Brown out, Allen looked to Beasley and really exposed the middle of the field for the Rams.
Beasley’s stat total came out to six receptions and a cool even 100 yards. It’s doubtful that Beasley will put up 21 next week, but he’s a solid flex or WR2 in PPR leagues.
I have not been high on Cole Beasley in Fantasy, and it might have to do with the fact that I drafted him last year, and he wasn’t the receiver I thought I was getting. Beasley, I’m here to say it: you’re making a believer out of me.
Who had Kroft going off for two touchdowns today? Steve Mathes, that’s who. OK, maybe he didn’t say he would get two touchdowns, but he definitely mentioned the match up and that we should watch out for it. Hats off to you, Judge.
I never thought Kroft got a fair shake. He’s always been an okay TE, but injuries have gotten in the way. Allen looked for him at the goal line today, including one for an easy touchdown that made Jalen Ramsey sulk like a child. The other was an acrobatic catch to win the game.
Shoutout to Tyler Kroft for always showing up in big games for Bills Mafia. We owe you an apology.
Kroft’s final stat line ended up being four receptions for 24 yards and two touchdowns, giving us a beautiful 18 points. That being said, this won’t happen often. If Knox hadn’t been hurt, one would assume those touchdowns would have been his, which makes me excited about Knox’s future with Buffalo Bills Fantasy.
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