Week 2 fantasy football projections for the Buffalo Bills
Buffalo Bills Wide Receivers
It was an impressive game for Stefon Diggs in Week 1 when considering the fact that he was going to be covered by Jalen Ramsey. However, it didn’t matter as he had eight receptions, 128 receiving yards, and a 52-yard touchdown reception.
The good news this week is that the Tennessee Titans don’t have a player at cornerback on the same level as Ramsey and this should set Diggs up to have another big game this week. After finishing just outside the Top 5, he should be able to move up a few spots to end up in the Top 5.
Projected Week 2 Finish: Top 5 WR
Week 1 Finish: WR14
Gabe Davis picked up right where he left off last season and caught the first touchdown of the 2022 season. In addition to the touchdown, he continued to show that he is a deep threat in this offense and had four receptions for 88 yards and an impressive 22 yards per reception.
This is the type of stat line that should be expected with some fluctuation based on the matchup. This is one of those matchups that he probably exceeds last week’s total and has a chance to finish close to a Top 12 finish this week.
Projected Week 2 Finish: Borderline WR1/WR2
Week 1 Finish: WR47
Isaiah McKenzie was expected to be the starting slot receiver but that role seems to now be split with Jamison Crowder. McKenzie did have a big mistake in the first half with a pass he should have caught that turned into an interception but bounced back in the second half to break the tie.
He would finish the game with two receptions on three targets for 19 yards and that one touchdown. If this role continues to be split between McKenzie and Crowder, it is hard to trust either at this point until one emerges as the full-time starter.
Projected Week 2 Finish: WR4
Week 1 Finish: WR71
Jamison Crowder had a bigger role than most expected in this game and had more targets (4) and receptions (3) than McKenzie. However, it was McKenzie’s touchdown that helped him salvage Week 1. These touchdowns are tough to rely on and at this point, making it a challenge to start Crowder with any confidence.
Projected Week 2 Finish: WR4/WR5