Andre Holmes

#18 WR / Buffalo Bills / EXP: 6YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 210 lb Age: 29 College: Hillsdale Bye 6

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  • Bills' Andre Holmes: Targeted three times
    By RotoWire Staff

    Holmes caught one of three targets for seven yards in Sunday's 54-24 loss to the Chargers. Holmes finished third among Buffalo receivers with 39 offensive snaps Sunday following Kelvin Benjamin's knee injury. He didn't make the most of the opportunities, but it's hard to judge any Bills receiver given Nathan Peterman's historically bad debut. Holmes scored twice in the first three weeks of the season, but has just one touchdown since and just one game all year with more than two catches. He might see an uptick in usage in Benjamin's temporary absence, but there are too many questions for comfort in Buffalo right now.

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  • Bills' Andre Holmes: No targets in Week 10
    By RotoWire Staff

    Holmes only saw nine offensive snaps in Sunday's loss to the Saints while not receiving a single target. Even with rookie Zay Jones out with an ankle injury, Holmes is at best serving as a No. 4 receiver behind newcomer Kelvin Benjamin, Jordan Matthews and Deonte Thompson. There was actually a chance the Bills would cut Holmes last week, as a combination of releases to fringe players would have netted the team a third-rounder based on offseason activity. In the end, the Bills decided they like what they have and will stick with the veteran Holmes as a depth receiver.

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  • Holmes caught three of four targets for 51 yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 34-14 win over the Raiders. Holmes got his team on the board with a six-yard touchdown reception in the first quarter. He caught just two more passes the rest of the way, including one for a 34-yard gain, but that was enough to lead the team in receiving in what was another run-heavy effort. With three receiving touchdowns this season, Holmes has an opportunity to assume a larger role on a team desperate for playmakers on the outside. It remains to be seen if he can take advantage, while we'll note he's definitely behind Jordan Matthews and Zay Jones for snaps, and may be falling behind newcomer Deonte Thompson as well.

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  • Bills' Andre Holmes: Opportunity lost
    By RotoWire Staff

    Holmes, who started Sunday's Week 5 contest in place of an injured Jordan Matthews, failed to catch his only target in the loss to the Bengals. Holmes played 31 snaps (44 percent), which put him fourth among a banged-up wideout group, a pretty bad development considering two of the guys that saw more action -- Brandon Tate and Kaelin Clay -- are typically special teams players. Holmes does have two TD catches on the season and remains a decent red-zone threat, but the fact that he's caught no more than two passes in any game while still in single digits on targets (nine) through five games should keep him off your roster.

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  • Bills' Andre Holmes: Expected to start for Matthews
    By RotoWire Staff

    With Jordan Matthews (thumb) out indefinitely, Holmes likely will join Zay Jones in the starting lineup for Sunday's game in Cincinnati, ESPN.com's Mike Rodak reports. Holmes has just six catches for 35 yards on eight targets this season, but he's accounted for two of Tyrod Taylor's touchdown passes. While the Buffalo passing game still figures to run through Charles Clay and LeSean McCoy, the 6-foot-4 Holmes could emerge as a legitimate deep threat and red-zone weapon on limited volume.

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