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Sep 25, 2022 3 37 18 0 3
Sep 19, 2022 0 0 0 0
Sep 8, 2022 4 88 47 1 14

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2022 7 125 17.86 1 0.00 147
2021 35 549 15.69 6 0.00 905.6
2020 35 599 17.11 7 0.00 1016.3
3y Avg. 35 574 16.40 6 0.00 935.8
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Fantasy News

  • Bills' Gabe Davis: Three catches in Week 3 return

    Davis (ankle) brought in three of six targets for 37 yards in a 21-19 loss to the Dolphins on Sunday. Davis made his return from a one-game absence due to an ankle injury and had a relatively quiet day in the narrow loss. The speedster did see a solid tally of targets from Josh Allen, and it's certainly possible he still was experiencing at least mild physical limitations just eight days removed from having suffered the sprain two days before the Week 2 win over the Titans. Davis will likely play a more expansive role in a Week 4 road showdown against the Ravens that could be a wire-to-wire battle.
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  • Bills' Gabe Davis: Suiting up, as expected

    Davis (ankle) is active Week 3 against the Dolphins. An ankle injury forced Davis to miss a Week 2 showdown with the Titans, but he'll be back in action Sunday, confirming earlier reports that the wideout would play. While Stefon Diggs had a career day in his absence, Davis should now see a piece of that pie, plus his presence will push the likes of Isaiah McKenzie and Jamison Crowder back down in the pecking order for targets.
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  • Bills' Gabe Davis: Still expected to play

    Davis (ankle) is expected to suit up versus the Dolphins on Sunday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Davis is officially listed as questionable after having missed Monday's win over the Titans, but the expectation remains that he will return for Sunday's divisional matchup against Miami. The final word on his status will be disclosed prior to Sunday's 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff, and if Davis does suit up it's possible that his workload could be limited to some extent.
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  • Bills' Gabe Davis: Listed as questionable

    Davis (ankle) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Dolphins after practicing in a limited fashion this week. Per Alaina Getzenberg of ESPN.com, when asked Thursday how optimistic he was about playing Sunday, Davis indicated "100 percent." That said, given Davis' official questionable designation, it'll be worth confirming his Week 3 status ahead of Sunday's 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff. If he's available, Davis -- who was inactive for this past Monday's win over the Titans -- would be in line to reprise his key role in Buffalo's offense alongside fellow wide receiver Stefon Diggs.
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  • Bills' Gabe Davis: Limited Thursday, expects to play

    Davis (ankle) remained limited at practice Thursday, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports. Matt Parrino of The Syracuse Post-Standard notes that while Davis practiced with his right ankle heavily taped up Thursday, the wideout "seemed to hold up OK after some hard stops." For his part, Davis has indicated that he's 100 percent optimistic about playing Sunday against the Dolphins, a notion that would be solidified by a full practice listing for him Friday.
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  • Bills' Gabe Davis: Expects to play in Week 3

    When asked how optimistic he is about playing Sunday against the Dolphins, Davis (ankle) said, "100 percent," Alaina Getzenberg of ESPN.com reports. Davis, who was inactive for this past Monday's win over the Titans, logged a limited practice Wednesday, but it looks like he's trending toward a return to action this weekend, barring any setbacks. A full practice on his part Thursday or Friday would solidify that notion.
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  • Bills' Gabe Davis: Limited in practice

    Davis (ankle) was listed as a limited participant at Wednesday's walk-through practice, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports. Though Davis was inactive for this past Monday's win over the Titans, his limited participation Wednesday is a sign that the wideout could be back in action this weekend against Miami. If, however, Davis is out Sunday, Jake Kumerow would be on tap for more snaps alongside Isaiah McKenzie and Stefon Diggs.
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  • Bills' Gabe Davis: Not expected to play Monday

    Davis (ankle) is not expected to play Monday night against the Titans, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reports. Official confirmation of Davis' Week 2 status will arrive upon the release of the Bills' inactives ahead of Monday's 7:15 p.m. ET kickoff, but if the wideout is sidelined, look for Isaiah McKenzie and Jamison Crowder to see added opportunities in the team's passing offense behind top wideout Stefon Diggs.
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  • Bills' Gabe Davis: Looking iffy for Monday

    Davis, who was added to the Bills' injury report Saturday and is listed as questionable for Monday's game against the Titans, is dealing with an ankle sprain that he suffered on a non-contact play during the team's final practice of the week, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports. Garofolo notes that Davis may be more on the "doubtful side of questionable" as the first wave of games kick off Sunday, but both the wideout and Bills are holding out hope that he demonstrates enough improvement in the next 24 hours to gain clearance for Monday night. More information regarding which direction Davis is trending should be available a few hours prior to Monday's 7:15 p.m. ET kickoff, but fantasy managers desperate to avoid taking a zero at any spot in their lineups this week may be best off replacing the 23-year-old receiver with another option.
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  • Bills' Gabe Davis: WRs to Start

    Gabe Davis has scored a touchdown in each of his last three games that matter, with six total scores over that span. Let's hope he can keep his scoring streak alive against the Titans this week. Last year, Buffalo had three receivers (Stefon Diggs, Emmanuel Sanders and Cole Beasley) all score at least 14 PPR points against Tennessee in Week 6, and maybe history will repeat itself this season with Diggs, Davis and Isaiah McKenzie all playing well in the rematch.
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  • Bills' Gabe Davis: Surprise addition to injury report

    Davis was added to the injury report Saturday with an ankle injury and is listed as questionable for Monday's contest against the Titans. Davis did practice in limited fashion Saturday, but it's obviously not an ideal situation to see the stud wide receiver appear on the injury report so late into the week. Expect more information to trickle out regarding Davis' status prior to the 7:15 PM ET kickoff Monday.
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  • Bills' Gabe Davis: Start 'Em

    There are five receivers to start in Thursday's game with Cooper Kupp and Allen Robinson for the Rams and Stefon Diggs, Davis and Isaiah McKenzie for the Bills. There is going to be plenty of passing in this matchup, and despite both teams having great defenses, it will be hard to stop Josh Allen and Matthew Stafford. For Davis, his breakout third season starts this week, and he already scored a touchdown in his lone preseason game against Denver with two catches for 47 yards on three targets. If you're keeping score at home, that's six touchdowns in his past six times on the field going back to the playoffs. He has the chance to be a monster this week -- and every week moving forward.
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  • Bills' Gabe Davis: Flex Starter (Lineup Decisions)

    I'd start him as a high-end flex in full-PPR and a low-end No. 2 receiver in non-PPR. I would start him ahead of Jerry Jeudy, Amari Cooper and Darnell Mooney in all formats.
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  • Bills' Gabe Davis: Scores touchdown in Week 1 win

    Davis brought in four of five targets for 88 yards and a touchdown in the Bills' 31-10 win over the Rams on Thursday night. Although teammate Stefon Diggs stole the spotlight with an 8-122-1 line that included a spectacular 53-yard touchdown grab against Jalen Ramsey, Davis actually drew first blood on the defending champions with his 26-yard score in the first quarter. The speedster would go on to finish second in receptions and receiving yards to Diggs, and he also recorded the second-longest catch of the night, a 47-yard reception on the first play of the fourth quarter that helped set up a Bills touchdown. The start to Davis' tenure as the No. 2 receiver got off to a rousing start, one he'll look to build on at the expense of the Titans in a Week 2 home matchup on Monday night, Sept. 19.
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  • Bills' Gabriel Davis: Finds end zone in preseason game

    Davis caught two receptions for 47 yards and one touchdown on three targets in Buffalo's preseason game against Denver on Saturday. Davis' first two years in the NFL were encouraging, and by all accounts he continues to build momentum as he heads into his third season, his first as a starter. Be it training camp reports or preseason action, there's seemingly only good news to be found as Davis prepares to break out in 2022.
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  • Bills' Gabriel Davis: Player on the rise

    Davis continues to stand out during training camp, Maddy Glab of the Bills' official site reports. Said offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey on Tuesday: "Great mentally, as smart as any receiver I've been around, and works his tail off. So I think that's why you see that trajectory with him continue to get better and better and better each year because he's never complacent." Davis served as the No. 4 wide receiver for most of last season, but with Emmanuel Sanders and Cole Beasley not in the mix for 2022, he's now a clear-cut No. 2 alongside star receiver Stefon Diggs. If Davis sees a lot of single coverage, he's going to be able to put up strong numbers all season. He also has a nose for the end zone with 13 TD catches over his first two regular seasons, and that's not including the four-TD game he posted in the gut-wrenching loss to the Chiefs in last season's playoffs. Davis has jumped way up in draft rankings all summer, and rightfully so, but we'll at least spread one word of caution to go with all the good news -- the Bills have plenty of other weapons (Dawson Knox, Devin Singletary, rookie James Cook, Josh Allen's running ability, etc.) and have the potential to be playing from ahead in a number of games. You'll want to target Davis if your league isn't quite up to speed on his third-year potential, but don't feel bad about letting him go if someone slots him way too high.
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  • Bills' Gabriel Davis: Career game in playoff loss

    Davis caught eight of 10 targets for 201 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 42-36 overtime loss to the Chiefs. Davis caught all four of Josh Allen's passing touchdowns, scoring from 18, 75, 27 and 19 yards out. The final two touchdowns each gave the Bills the lead within the final two minutes of regulation, only for the Chiefs to answer both times. Buffalo never got a chance to respond in overtime, as Kansas City won the coin toss and drove down the field for a game-winning touchdown. Davis emerged as a consistent contributor in Buffalo's offense down the stretch and took his game to another level in this one, leaving a strong final impression to close out his sophomore season. With the big-armed Allen slinging it his way, Davis' fantasy arrow is pointing up.
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  • Bills' Gabriel Davis: Candidate for added work

    Davis is a candidate to start and see a high snap share Sunday against Atlanta with Emmanuel Sanders (knee) inactive for the contest, Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic reports. Davis had been catching fire prior to missing Week 16 due to being placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list, as he had caught a total of four touchdowns in three games leading up to that designation. Amended NFL protocol will allow the second-year wideout to re-take the field against the Falcons, who are a bottom-three team in terms of fantasy points allowed to wide receivers in PPR formats. Not only is the matchup favorable, but Davis will presumably get to work as a WR3 behind Stefon Diggs and Cole Beasley. With Buffalo often using three-wide-receiver sets, the opportunity will at least be there to recapture the momentum he had been building in Weeks 13-15.
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  • Bills' Gabriel Davis: Activated by Buffalo

    The Bills activated Davis (illness) from the reserve/COVID-19 list Wednesday. After being placed on the list last Friday, Davis was initially expected to miss Weeks 16 and 17 since he was subject to a 10-day quarantine as an unvaccinated player who tested positive for COVID-19. However, he'll be eligible to return to practice Wednesday and suit up Sunday against Atlanta after the NFL and NFL Players Association agreed Tuesday to set isolation time at five days for all players who test positive for COVID-19, per Kevin Seifert of ESPN.com. Davis will thus rejoin the Bills after he was apparently asymptomatic while in quarantine, and with Cole Beasley (illness) also coming off the same list Wednesday, Buffalo's receiving corps will be at full strength for Week 17.
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  • Bills' Gabriel Davis: Not playing Weeks 16, 17

    Davis, who was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Friday after testing positive for the virus, won't be available for games Sunday against the Patriots or Week 17 against the Falcons due to his status as an unvaccinated player, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Davis and Cole Beasley are both following the protocols for unvaccinated players and must quarantine for 10 days after their positive tests Friday and Tuesday, respectively. Because Beasley tested positive earlier in the week, his 10-day period will conclude prior to the Jan. 2 game against the Falcons, while Davis won't be cleared until a day after that. Though Buffalo received good news with Emmanuel Sanders (knee) practicing fully and thus looking likely to play this weekend, the team's depth beyond Sanders and No. 1 wideout Stefon Diggs is now being tested. Look for Isaiah McKenzie to pick up snaps out of the slot in place of Beasley, while Jake Kumerow and potentially Marquez Stevenson pick up more reps on the perimeter.
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