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Nov 24, 2022 4 38 16 0 3
Nov 20, 2022 5 68 28 0 6
Nov 13, 2022 6 93 22 1 15
Nov 6, 2022 2 33 18 0 3
Oct 30, 2022 2 35 29 0 3

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2022 33 650 19.70 5 0.00 141.4
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: Four grabs in Thanksgiving win

    Davis caught four of five targets for 38 yards in Thursday's 28-25 win over the Lions. The third-year receiver took a back seat to Stefon Diggs and Isaiah McKenzie in this one, as he failed to reach 40 receiving yards for the third time in the last five games. Davis' downturn has coincided with Josh Allen's elbow issues, but he remains a big-play threat heading into a Week 13 road clash with the Patriots.
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  • Bills' Gabe Davis: Solid production in win

    Davis brought in five of seven targets for 68 yards in the Bills' 31-23 win over the Browns on Sunday. Davis checked in second in receptions and receiving yards on the afternoon for the Bills while sharing the team lead in targets with Dawson Knox. The speedster also had a drop that would have made his day even bigger, but he'll still head into Thursday's return to Ford Field for a Week 12 Thanksgiving showdown against the Lions with an 11-161-1 line over his last two games.
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  • Bills' Gabe Davis: Finds end zone in OT loss

    Davis caught six of nine targets for 93 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 33-30 overtime loss to the Vikings. Davis scored from 11 yards out with 28 seconds left in the first half to give the Bills a 24-10 lead, but Minnesota came back in the second half and pulled it out in overtime as Buffalo's offense was bogged down by a trio of Josh Allen turnovers. It has been an up-and-down season for Davis, who has 352 receiving yards and four touchdowns across his best three games -- including this one -- and only 192 yards with one touchdown over the other five. He'll maintain a high ceiling when the Bills host the Browns in Week 11.
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  • Bills' Gabe Davis: Only two catches in loss

    Davis caught two of five targets for 33 yards in Sunday's 20-17 loss to the Jets. Davis was kept in check by the stingy Jets secondary. His big-play ability coupled with Josh Allen's arm strength give Davis an immense ceiling, but his floor is far lower than that of Stefon Diggs, who led the team in targets (10), catches (five) and receiving yards (93). Davis and the Bills will host the Vikings in Week 10.
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  • Bills' Gabe Davis: Contained on seven targets

    Davis had two receptions (seven targets) for 35 yards in Sunday's 27-17 win over the Packers. Davis was held in check after exploding for 185 yards and three touchdowns in the two games before returning from the bye week. Green Bay boasts one of the best secondaries in the NFL, so it was going to be a tough matchup for Josh Allen's favorite downfield threat. Top corners Jaire Alexander and Rasul Douglas each made huge breakups on deep balls to Davis at different points of the contest, one of which would have been a signature long bomb for a score had Davis been able to get his second foot down in the back of the end zone. In the end, it was a disappointing stat line for the breakout fantasy wideout. Davis will get a chance to rebound against the Jets next Sunday.
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  • Bills' Gabe Davis: WRs to Start

    Let's hope Davis stays hot coming off his bye in Week 7. Prior to his bye, Davis combined for 48 PPR points in his past two games against the Steelers and Chiefs with six catches for 245 yards and three touchdowns on 12 targets. We'd love to see a spike in targets and catches, but that's not likely going to happen given all the mouths to feed in Buffalo. That said, Davis is making plenty of big plays, and that should continue against the Packers, who should get overwhelmed defensively in this matchup. Davis has top-15 upside this week at home.
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  • Bills' Gabe Davis: Finds end zone Sunday

    Davis caught three of six targets for 74 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 24-20 win over Kansas City. While he didn't see anywhere near the volume Stefon Diggs did, Davis still made a big impact on the game, scoring Buffalo's first TD of the afternoon on a 34-yard rocket down the sideline from Josh Allen. It was his third TD catch in the last two weeks, all of them 34 yards or greater. The third-year wideout continues his breakout campaign, and Davis will head into Buffalo's Week 7 bye on pace for over 1,000 yards and 11 touchdowns.
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  • Bills' Gabe Davis: Flashes elite wheels in win

    Davis secured three of six targets for 171 yards and two touchdowns in the Bills' 38-3 win over the Steelers on Sunday. Davis comfortably led the Bills in receiving yards thanks to 98- and 62-yard touchdown grabs in the first and second quarters, respectively, a pair of plays where his elite speed was on display. The two splash scores should put any doubts as to the health of Davis' previously ailing ankle to rest, and he'll next take aim at the Chiefs' defense in a Week 6 road showdown that should feature plenty of aggressive offense.
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  • Bills' Gabe Davis: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    It's been a frustrating start to the season for Davis, but this could be his time to shine. He was a full participant in practice Wednesday, so hopefully the ankle injury he's been dealing with is behind him. Isaiah McKenzie (concussion) could be out this week, and Jamison Crowder (ankle) won't play. That puts Davis in line for a potential target bump against the Steelers, who have already allowed six receivers to score at least 13 PPR points this season. We've made plenty of excuses for Davis between the ankle injury and the poor weather in Baltimore in Week 4, but he only has one touchdown so far and one game with more than six PPR points. He should reward the Fantasy managers who stuck with him with a big game this week.
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  • Bills' Gabe Davis: Sleeper WRs

    It's been a frustrating start to the season for Davis, but this could be his time to shine. He was a full participant in practice Wednesday, so hopefully the ankle injury he's been dealing with is behind him. Dawson Knox (foot) is out in Week 5, Isaiah McKenzie (concussion) could be out this week, and Jamison Crowder (ankle) was placed on injured reserve. That puts Davis in line for a potential target bump against the Steelers, who have already allowed six receivers to score at least 13 PPR points this season. We've made plenty of excuses for Davis between the ankle injury and the poor weather in Baltimore in Week 4, but he only has one touchdown so far and one game with more than six PPR points. He should reward the Fantasy managers who stuck with him with a big game this week.
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  • Bills' Gabe Davis: Full practice participant

    Davis (ankle) was a full practice participant Wednesday, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports. Davis turned in his first full practice since Week 1, setting the stage for him to enter Sunday's game against the Steelers without an injury designation. He's averaging only 4.7 targets through three appearances, but there's rebound potential now that Davis is healthier and fellow Bills wide receivers Jamison Crowder (ankle) and Isaiah McKenzie (concussion) are injured. The matchup also looks good, especially for a downfield-oriented receiver, as each of Pittsburgh's top five defensive backs is listed on the injury report this week. Cornerback Ahkello Witherspoon (hamstring) and safeties Minkah Fitzpatrick (knee) and Terrell Edmunds (concussion) were absent from practice to start the week, while cornerbacks Cameron Sutton (groin) and Levi Wallace (foot) were limited.
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  • Bills' Gabe Davis: Limited to one catch Sunday

    Davis secured one of three targets for 13 yards in the Bills' 23-20 win over the Ravens on Sunday. The speedster was again questionable with an ankle issue coming into the day, but he was able to play through it without any obvious limitations. However, the Ravens' defense made life more difficult than usual on Josh Allen, leading to Davis' meager showing. He'll look to bounce back from his season-low totals at the expense of the Steelers defense in a Week 5 home matchup.
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  • Bills' Gabe Davis: WRs to Start

    Baltimore's defense isn't going to stop the Bills passing attack, and Davis should get back on track this week after a down game at Miami. Despite six targets, Davis had just three catches for 37 yards. He's still dealing with the ankle injury that knocked him out of Week 2 since he missed practice Wednesday, but he's expected to play Sunday. And Baltimore has allowed the most Fantasy points to opposing receivers this year, with the Ravens leading all teams with 842 yards allowed to receivers. Look for Stefon Diggs, Davis and even Isaiah McKenzie to be viable in most leagues this week.
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  • Bills' Gabe Davis: Likely available Sunday

    Davis (ankle), officially listed as questionable, is expected to play Sunday against the Ravens, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Davis logged a pair of limited practices throughout the week, which came Wednesday and Friday. He played through the same ankle issue in Week 3 and hauled in three of six targets for 37 yards in a relatively disappointing performance. However, if he's able to play after tweaking the injury at some point during the week, Davis could be in line for a bounceback effort against a Baltimore secondary that has allowed strong stat lines to opposing receivers early on in the campaign.
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  • Bills' Gabe Davis: Questionable for Week 4

    Davis (ankle) practiced on a limited basis Friday and is listed as questionable for Sunday's 1:00 p.m. ET game in Baltimore. Davis has two limited showings this week sandwiched around a DNP on Thursday, and his comments this week seem to indicate he plans on playing Sunday. He was out there for 96 percent of the plays in the Week 3 loss to Miami, but between his 3-37-0 line, his Week 2 absence and his limited practice availability this week due to tweaking his ankle again, it's clear he's not operating at anywhere near 100 percent just yet.
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  • Bills' Gabe Davis: Spotted at practice

    Davis (ankle) was present for Friday's practice, Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic reports. It remains to be seen how the Bills list his participation level and subsequent Week 4 injury status, but Davis' presence on the field Friday nonetheless is encouraging after he was listed as a non-participant Thursday.
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  • Bills' Gabe Davis: Logs DNP on Thursday

    Davis (ankle) didn't practice Thursday. After being a limited practice participant Wednesday, Davis was listed as a non-participant Thursday. It remains to be seen whether that's the result of a setback or simply for maintenance purposes, but more context on that front should arrive no later than Friday afternoon, when the Bills post their final injury report ahead of Sunday's game against the Ravens.
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  • Bills' Gabe Davis: Not practicing Thursday

    Davis (ankle) didn't participate in the media-access portion of Thursday's practice, Alaina Getzenberg of ESPN.com reports. It remains to be seen if the Bills officially list Davis as a non-participant Thursday, but if they do, what the wideout is able to do during Friday's session will offer added context regarding his availability for Sunday's game against the Ravens. Davis approached Week 3 action listed as questionable but managed to play 88 of a possible 92 snaps on offense in Buffalo's 21-19 loss to the Dolphins.
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  • 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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