TE – Unfortunately for Buffalo Bills fans, the TE spot is always one that is passed up by Fantasy owners. This year is no different, although Scott Chandler having a record tying year for Bills TEs last year could be a back-up for 10+ leagues. He won’t put up more than about 4-6 points a game, so back-up or injury ridden teams would be my recommendation for him.
DEF – The Bills defense is one that could go either way this year. They did lose a couple of guys but no one that couldn’t be replaced. The defensive line is a lot more sound than it was last year and there has been efforts to bring in LBs that will help stop the run and pass. Moving Aaron Williams to safety and as long as Jarius Byrd Signs, the safety positions will be on lock down. CB is really the only questionable spot with Gilmore and no one else slated as the started. There will be a definite competition at the CB spot that will be interesting to watch. With Mike Pettine coming from the Jets and bring in a more streamlined defensive scheme, they may be one to look at if some of the top defenses are gone early on. They will definitely be a good bye week team in the middle of the season.
K – Lindell has been the Bills kicker for the past 10 years. Being in the league for 13 years, his accuracy has begun to wane a bit. Buffalo drafted Dustin Hopkins out of FSU to compete for the kicker spot. Lindell would not be on my list of kickers to pick up even in deep leagues, but with a new offensive scheme, the kicker may play a bigger role, which has been the downfall for the fantasy owners and Bills kickers. If I had to I would look more to Hopkins and watch him in training camp. He would be my choice over Lindell, even if he is cut from the team.