Buffalo Bills Circling the Wagons: Fantasy Football, Robert Woods


Dec 29, 2013; Foxborough, MA, USA; Buffalo Bills wide receiver Robert Woods (10) hauls in a pass behind New England Patriots cornerback Kyle Arrington (25) during the second quarter at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports

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Fantasy Football is just around the corner with the start of football right behind it.  The big question for Bills fans is where will the Bills offense fair in the realm of fantasy football.  With the electrifying Sammy Watkins as Buffalo’s first pick, and the Bills not having a top ten receiver since 2006, will the Watkins/Manuel connection be enough to break another long-time streak for the Bills and fantasy football.  [Fantasy Knuckleheads]

With Steve Johnson traded, Mike Williams coming around slowing and Sammy Watkins working on chemistry with EJ Manuel, Robert Woods is on the fast track to being Manuel’s favorite target.  Not dropping a past last year, Woods is the favorite to start on the outside for EJ and company.  [NFL.com]

With the Bills up for sale and the decisions that need to be made on a new owner and who that owner will be, the Buffalo Bills organization is looking for a new stadium to be built.  Commissioner Roger Goodell is also stating that a new stadium is needed in Buffalo.  Will a new stadium keep the Bills in Buffalo? Do the Bills need a new stadium with the renovations that are currently going on, with the biggest price tag to this date? Does it make sense? [Buffalo News]

Allegations of wage violations are circling the Bills along with a couple of other teams, and it may be growing.  There is a possibility of unionizing the cheerleading squads across the NFL to help with wage violations as well as other violations that may have happened.  While, a union may not help the growing number of allegations against other teams and a growing list of employees filing these litigation’s could push NFL teams to look at how they treat the cheerleaders and make the necessary changes.  [ProFootballTalk]