Sanders brought in five of six targets for 94 yards and two touchdowns in the Bills' 43-21 win over Washington on Sunday.

The veteran wideout thus far has proven to be a solid fit in Buffalo's offense, as he'd come in with a 6-100-0 line through two games in which Buffalo's passing attack hadn't been emphasized. With Josh Allen exploding for his first big performance of the season Sunday, Sanders became a beneficiary, bringing in his first two scores as a Bill from 28 and five yards in the first and third quarters, respectively. Sanders still trailed the incumbent duo of Stefon Diggs and Cole Beasley in targets by a significant amount, but his pair of scores from different areas of the field were encouraging with respect to his improving chemistry with Allen. Sanders will look to build on the big day in a Week 4 home matchup versus the vulnerable Texans.

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