Bills wideout Chris Hogan had six catches on 11 targets for 56 yards Sunday against the Jaguars. With Sammy Watkins (ankle) and Percy Harvin (hip) inactive, Hogan saw double-digit targets for the first time this season. Buffalo is now set to take a break in its bye week.
Bills wide receiver Chris Hogan, who caught just two balls for 31 yards on five targets in this week's loss to the Bengals, could be in line for the No. 2 or No.3 role this week with Sammy Watkins, Percy Harvin, and Marquise Goodwin all hurting. Watkins is very iffy for this week after leaving Sunday's game on crutches and Harvin reportedly did not make the trip across the Pond. If both players sit, Hogan would likely serve as the No. 2 wideout with Robert Woods being the No. 1. Hogan isn't reliable on a week-to-week basis, but as a starter he'd receive at least a handful of targets, plus he's always a decent red-zone guy.
Bills wide receiver Sammy Watkins (ankle) traveled to London with his teammates for their Week 7 matchup with the Jaguars, Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reports. Watkins' status for Sunday's game will not be known until later this week, but with him making the trip to London as opposed to staying home, he will at least have a chance to suit up despite suffering an ankle injury in the Bills' Week 6 loss to the Bengals. Fellow receiver Percy Harvin (hip) is not expected to play against the Jaguars, so the Bills could be starting both Chris Hogan and Robert Woods, if Watkins is unable to go.
Hogan (hamstring) is active for Sunday's game against the Bengals. With Percy Harvin inactive, Hogan will continue to work as the third wideout, this time in place of Harvin's absence while Sammy Watkins sees a return to the field. Hogan won't see a ton of targets with Watkins back, but he'll certainly be involved to some degree while remaining one of the team's better red-zone targets.
Bills wide receiver Chris Hogan (hamstring) is listed as probable for the Week 6 battle against the Bengals after practicing on a limited basis for the third straight day Friday. Hogan will play, but the bigger question for his Week 6 value is whether leading wideout Sammy Watkins (calf) does. If Watkins (questionable) is able to go, Hogan drops down to the No. 4 spot and would likely see far less time than he did in the previous two games.
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