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Fantasy Points
Nov 24, 2022 2 17 15 0 1
Nov 20, 2022 7 70 23 0 7
Nov 13, 2022 4 57 22 0 5
Nov 6, 2022 3 25 17 0 2
Oct 30, 2022 2 10 9 1 7

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Fantasy Points
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2022 33 327 9.91 2 0.00
2021 49 587 11.98 9 4 0.00 1147.6
2020 24 288 12.00 3 0.00 423.5
3y Avg. 34 421 12.38 5 4 0.00 705
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Fantasy News

  • Bills' Dawson Knox: Held to two catches by Lions

    Knox caught both of his targets for 17 yards in Thursday's 28-25 win over Detroit. After leading the team in catches and receiving yards during Week 11, Knox wasn't nearly as involved four days later. The 26-year-old tight end has flashed talent, but he's having trouble carving out a consistent role in a Bills offense with plenty of other weapons. Knox has topped 50 yards only twice this season while finding the end zone just twice after scoring nine touchdowns in his breakout 2021 campaign.
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  • Bills' Dawson Knox: TEs to Start

    Knox just had his best game of the season in Week 11 against Cleveland with seven catches for 70 yards on seven targets, and he has 13 targets in his past two games. Maybe Josh Allen dealing with an elbow injury is good for Knox, who should be the No. 3 option in the passing game behind Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis. Consider Knox a starter in all leagues against the Lions, who have allowed seven touchdowns to tight ends this year and four to score at least 12 PPR points.
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  • Bills' Dawson Knox: Paces pass catchers in win

    Knox brought in all seven targets for 70 yards in the Bills' 31-23 win over the Browns on Sunday. He also visited the X-ray room briefly but subsequently confirmed he was okay, per Alaina Getzenberg of ESPN.com. Knox enjoyed his most productive day of the season while pacing the Bills' pass-catching corps in receptions and receiving yards. The third-year tight end has picked up the pace over the last two games with an 11-127 line on 13 targets and will look to keep that momentum in a Week 12 Thanksgiving battle against an inconsistent Lions defense.
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  • Bills' Dawson Knox: TEs to Sit

    The Browns have been great against tight ends this season, allowing just one touchdown in matchups with Tyler Conklin, Pat Freiermuth, Kyle Pitts, Gerald Everett, Mark Andrews, Hayden Hurst and Mike Gesicki. Only Conklin and Hunter Henry scored at least 10 PPR points against Cleveland this year. In his past two games, Knox has combined for seven catches for 82 yards and no touchdowns on 10 targets. And Knox has just two touchdowns on the season.
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  • Bills' Dawson Knox: Modest production in costly loss

    Knox caught four of six targets for 57 yards in Sunday's loss to the Vikings. The 57 yards iare actually a season high for Knox, continuing a disappointing campaign for the fourth-year tight end following last year's 49-587-9 breakout. Through eight games in 2022, he has a modest 24-240-2 line, and among tight ends, Knox's yardage is tied for 22nd while his 24 catches is tied for 20th.
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  • Bills' Dawson Knox: Finds end zone Sunday night

    Knox caught two of three targets for 10 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 27-17 win over the Packers. Knox is lagging behind his 49-587-9 line from last season, as he has just 17 catches for 158 yards and two scores though six games (he missed one contest). However, he's scored in back-to-back games, and there's really no competition behind him for tight-end targets, so his production could continue to pick up if teams start to sell out to cover Stefon Diggs with multiple defenders.
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  • Bills' Dawson Knox: Bust Alert (Start/Sit)

    Knox scored in his last game before the bye in Week 6 at Kansas City for the first time this year, but I don't expect that to start a trend. Prior to that game, he scored eight PPR points or less in every game, and he should have another down performance this week. The Packers have yet to allow a tight end to score or gain more than 52 receiving yards, and Knox could again fall victim to the Bills having too many mouths to feed in the passing game. At best, consider Knox a low-end starter in deeper leagues.
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  • Bills' Dawson Knox: Scores first TD of year

    Knox caught all three of his targets for 37 yards and his first touchdown of the season in Sunday's 24-20 win over Kansas City. The tight end returned from a one-game absence to see his usual small target volume, but Knox made his looks count by hauling in the game-winning score on a 14-yard strike from Josh Allen with only 64 seconds left in the game. The tight end has caught at least three passes in each of his last four games, but he'll remain a TD-dependent fantasy option coming out of Buffalo's Week 7 bye.
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  • Bills' Dawson Knox: Good to go Sunday

    Knox (foot/hamstring) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game in Kansas City. Though he never advanced beyond limited participation in practices Wednesday through Friday after sitting out the Week 5 win over the Steelers, Knox showed enough improvement in his recovery from the pair of injuries for the Bills to clear him to play Sunday. Knox should step back into the No. 1 role at tight end in what should be one of the higher-scoring matchups of Week 6, making the 25-year-old a viable lineup option coming off the one-game absence. Through four outings this season, Knox has accrued 12 catches for 111 yards and no touchdowns on 17 targets.
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  • Bills' Dawson Knox: Still limited at practice

    Knox (foot/hamstring) remained limited at practice Thursday. Since missing the Bills' Week 5 victory over the Steelers, Knox has logged back-to-back limited practices, which suggests that he could be back in action Sunday against the Chiefs. Friday's final injury report will reveal whether the tight end heads into the weekend with an injury designation or cleared to play against Kansas City.
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  • Bills' Dawson Knox: Logs limited practice

    Knox (foot/hamstring) was a limited practice participant Wednesday. Knox, who missed the Bills' Week 5 win over the Steelers, didn't practice at all last week, so his return to the field Wednesday bodes well for his chances of returning to action Sunday against the Chiefs. In Knox's absence against Pittsburgh, Quintin Morris led Buffalo's tight-end corps with three catches on five targets for 39 yards.
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  • Bills' Dawson Knox: Back at practice

    Knox (foot/hamstring) returned to practice Wednesday, Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic reports. Knox was unable to practice last week before being ruled out ahead of the Bills' Week 5 win over the Steelers. With his return to the field Wednesday, the tight end appears to be trending in the right direction ahead of Sunday's game against Kansas City. The Bills will release their first Week 6 injury report later Wednesday, which will reveal the extent of Knox's practice participation.
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  • Bills' Dawson Knox: Won't play Week 5

    Knox (foot) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Steelers, Alaina Getzenberg of ESPN.com reports. Knox's absence as the No. 1 tight end leaves Buffalo's already depleted receiving corps even more short-handed. Jamison Crowder (ankle) is set to miss time due to a fracture, and Isaiah McKenzie remains in the concussion protocol, while depth receiver Jake Kumerow (ankle) also is sidelined this weekend. For the tight end position, Quintin Morris and Tommy Sweeney will work to fill in for Knox.
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  • Bills' Dawson Knox: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    Knox hasn't been good this season with zero touchdowns and four catches for 41 yards his season high. But with Jamison Crowder (ankle) out and Isaiah McKenzie (concussion) missing practice Wednesday, there could be a chance for Knox to help Fantasy managers this week. Keep an eye on his health since he missed practice Wednesday with a foot injury, but if he plays as expected then he's a decent streamer in deeper leagues.
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  • Bills' Dawson Knox: Missing another practice

    Knox (foot/hamstring) remained sidelined during Thursday's practice, Alaina Getzenberg of ESPN.com reports. Following back-to-back absences at practice, what Knox is able to do during Friday's session will be telling with regard to his chances of being available Sunday against the Steelers. If he ends up missing the contest, Quintin Morris and Tommy Sweeney would be next in line to handle snaps at tight end for Buffalo in Week 5.
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  • Bills' Dawson Knox: Misses practice Wednesday

    Knox didn't practice Wednesday due to foot and hamstring injuries, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports. Heading into Week 4 action, Knox had been limited by back and hip issues, but the tight end suited up this past Sunday against the Ravens and recorded 48 snaps on offense while catching three of his six targets for 40 yards. Now that Knox is contending with a pair of new injuries, his status will need to be monitored ahead of this weekend's game against the Steelers.
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  • Bills' Dawson Knox: Trio of grabs in Week 4 win

    Knox secured three of six targets for 40 yards in the Bills' 23-20 win over the Ravens on Sunday. Knox recorded a season-long 20-yard grab for half his receiving yardage tally, putting together a serviceable effort despite battling back and hip issues coming in. The fourth-year tight end's involvement in the offense to date has been adequate -- he's produced a 12-111 line on 17 targets -- but more had been expected in terms of big plays from the athletic tight end this season. Knox's next opportunity to start delivering on some of those expectations comes against a team that's had trouble defending tight ends this season in the Steelers, whom the Bills will face at home in Week 5.
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  • Bills' Dawson Knox: TEs to Sit

    Knox has not been a vital part of the Bills passing game this season, and his outing in Week 3 at Miami might be the most concerning. Josh Allen attempted 63 passes against the Dolphins, and Knox only had four targets. He's yet to score a touchdown, and he doesn't have more than 41 receiving yards in any game. Buffalo has too many mouths to feed in this offense to feature Knox, and he could once again be left out of the fun with a lack of targets.
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  • Bills' Dawson Knox: In uniform Sunday

    Knox (back/hip) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Ravens. After logging limited practices this week, Knox approached the contest listed as questionable, but he'll give it a go Sunday and -- barring any setbacks -- will continue to lead the Bills tight end corps versus the Ravens. Three games into the season, Knox has logged a modest 9/71 stat line (on 11 targets) and has yet to score a TD after reaching the end zone nine times during the 2021 campaign. However, working in his favor in Week 4 is that Knox will be facing a Baltimore defense that has allowed a league-high average of 353.3 passing yards and seven TDs through the air (including two to TEs) in three games to date.
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  • Bills' Dawson Knox: Sneaky Sleeper (Lineup Decisions)

    Knox is definitely due for a touchdown, but it's pretty much the only reason why you'd even think about starting him. That said, the matchup is juicy enough that he would warrant a nod ahead of Gerald Everett and Irv Smith. If Knox can't get it done here, he can be dropped.
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