Fantasy Football: Reviewing the Buffalo Bills in the 2020 season
Position Rank: 3
Fantasy Points: 265.1
It is hard to imagine Stefon Diggs having a better year than the one he did this past season. He made an immediate impact his first year with the team and rose to be one of the best wide receivers in the NFL.
While he didn’t have the touchdowns as some of the other top wide receivers, he offered consistency with six or more receptions in every regular season game but one. Similar to Josh Allen, it is hard to envision the Bills wide receiver regressing too much next season and should be a top pick in Fantasy Football Drafts.
Position Rank: 26
Fantasy Points: 166.5
Stefon Diggs wasn’t the only wide receiver in this offense that was valuable in fantasy football this past year. Especially in PPR leagues, Beasley could have been a league winner for many as he finished 26th among wide receivers with 166.5 points.
As the team’s starting slot receiver, Beasley was regularly involved in this offense and provided consistency like Diggs. From Week 10 through Week 15, Beasley had double digit targets in four of those five games before suffering the leg injury in Week 16 against the New England Patriots.
Position Rank: 54
Fantasy Points: 119.4
The fourth round rookie stepped in for the injured John Brown and had some successful games. He became a big touchdown target for Josh Allen with seven receiving touchdowns this past season. If the Buffalo Bills do move on from John Brown, Gabriel Davis could be a good sleeper to target next year.
Position Rank: 80
Fantasy Points: 80.3
The second season in Buffalo was a down year for John Brown due in large part to injuries. It remains to be seen if Brown will be back next year due to his large cap hit, but if he is he would replace Davis as the sleeper to target in the later rounds.