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Bills' Terrelle Pryor: Shut out Sunday
Pryor failed to record a reception on his three targets in Sunday's win over the Jets.
Pryor was nowhere to be found against his former team, logging only 31 offensive snaps (42 percent) after leading the Bills' wideouts in reps just a week prior. Given the inconsistencies of his snap counts, Pryor won't attract much fantasy attention once the Bills return from their bye next week.... See More ... See Less
Bills' Isaiah McKenzie: Instant return option
McKenzie, picked up by the Bills a week ago, had five of the six returns in Sunday's win over the Jets. He had four punt returns for 42 yards (10.5 average) and had the team's only kickoff return for 33 yards. McKenzie also had three carries for 32 yards and one catch for 14 yards.
Considering the Bills won the game in large fashion and McKenzie looked better than any other option the team has tried lately, all to go with the notion they would prefer not to use starting safety Micah Hyde on punt returns, it looks like these will be McKenzie's jobs to run with once the Bills come off their Week 11 bye. The offensive output was mostly the result of a garbage-time situation, but it looks like the Bills may have gotten the return man they've been searching for.... See More ... See Less
Bills' Derek Anderson: Still in concussion protocol
Anderson (concussion) remains in the concussion protocol, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.
Anderson continues to progress in his recovery from a concussion sustained in Week 8. With Matt Barkley having led the Bills to a 41-10 win over the Jets and rookie quarterback Josh Allen (elbow) nearing a return to full health, it appears unlikely that Anderson will start another game this season. It's possible the veteran could remain in Buffalo as a depth option and educator for the two other younger quarterbacks in the room, but Anderson could realistically be a candidate for release when healthy.... See More ... See Less
Bills' Taron Johnson: Managing shoulder injury
Johnson (shoulder) is "managing things" with regard to a shoulder injury that forced him to exit Sunday's win over the Jets, Sal Capaccio of WGR Sports Radio 550 Buffalo reports.
Johnson appears to have aggravated a minor shoulder injury, and should be considered a question mark for a Week 12 game against the Jaguars following the Bills' bye. The rookie fourth-round pick has worked through lingering shoulder injuries throughout the entire season, and has seen his snap count limited as a result.... See More ... See Less
Bills' Matt Barkley: Set to turn keys over to Josh Allen
Despite Barkley's impressive performance against the Jets on Sunday, head coach Sean McDermott said Monday that quarterback Josh Allen (elbow) will return to the starting lineup when healthy.
Few predicted the kind of success Barkley would find against the Jets in a game that marked the quarterback's first live action since he was with the Bears in 2016. However, Buffalo's top priority is developing its prized rookie, and it's now clear Barkley's one-game renaissance won't deter the team from its long-term plan. While Barkley likely has done enough to establish himself as the clear No. 2 option over Nathan Peterman and Derek Anderson (concussion), he'll only have fantasy value going forward if Allen is forced to miss any more games. With Buffalo on bye in Week 11, Allen has roughly two more weeks to bounce back from his elbow injury. McDermott indicated Monday that Allen has already resumed a throwing regimen and is making daily progress in his recovery.... See More ... See Less
Bills' Josh Allen: Will start when healthy
Head coach Sean McDermott said Monday that Allen (elbow), if healthy, will return to the starting lineup Week 12 following Buffalo's Week 11 bye.
Allen has been out of commission since Week 6 due to an elbow injury. With Derek Anderson (concussion) also unavailable and Nathan Peterman getting benched after throwing three picks against Chicago, the Bills turned to veteran Matt Barkley to command the offense for Sunday's 41-10 demolition of the Jets. However, despite Barkley's impressive play, Buffalo is still committed to Allen's development, and it's now clear that the rookie will get as many reps as his health will allow. Fortunately, McDermott said that Allen has resumed throwing and is making progress in his recovery, which suggests Allen has decent odds of making a return when the Bills reconvene for a Week 12 game against Jacksonville.... See More ... See Less
Bills' Matt Milano: In concussion protocol
Milano is in the concussion protocol following his departure from Sunday's win over the Jets, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.
Milano has gone from being a low-round draft pick in 2017 to one of the team's most consistent performers (61 tackles, six passes defensed, two interceptions), so any time missed would affect what's turned out to be a strong Buffalo defense. With the Bills on bye in Week 11, there's a decent chance he'll be back for the team's next outing in Week 12 against the Jaguars.... See More ... See Less
Bills' Josh Allen: Week 12 start not guaranteed
Coach Sean McDermott says he's undecided on his Week 12 starting quarterback after Allen's (elbow) teammate Matt Barkley led the Bills to a surprise win Sunday over the Jets, Kyle Silagyi of the Bills' official site reports. "Yeah, give me some time here on that," McDermott said. "We'll reassess [Monday] when we get in and look at the film. I'm just proud of the guys, really, the way they battled [Sunday]. The week before the bye, in particular, to be focused and come out with that type of energy says a lot about them."
Allen, who's now missed four games after suffering an elbow injury in the Week 6 loss to the Texans, was close to being ready for Sunday's start, but the team decided to play it safe and roll with the journeyman Barkley, who tossed for 232 yards and two touchdowns (no interceptions) with an impressive 9.3 yards per attempt. Make no mistake, Allen is the long-term starter, but the Buffalo offense showed a spark for one of the only times all season Sunday, with Barkley looking more polished than anyone could have expected in his first start in nearly two seasons. It'll be interesting to see how the Bills manage the practice reps over the bye leading up to a Week 12 matchup against the Jaguars, though one thing's for sure -- Derek Anderson (concussion) and Nathan Peterman won't be starting again anytime soon.... See More ... See Less
Bills' Shaq Lawson: Posts sack in Week 10 win
Lawson recorded three tackles (two solo), including a sack, and a pass defensed in Sunday's win over the Jets.
Lawson got the start Sunday while Trent Murphy (knee) was held out. The result was Lawson's second sack of the year and second pass defensed. He's been a capable defender but hasn't put up big numbers to warrant much IDP consideration. He'll look to build off of Sunday's game in Week 12, when Buffalo plays Jacksonville following its bye.... See More ... See Less
Bills' Jerry Hughes: Tallies sack Sunday
Hughes recorded four tackles (two solo), including a sack, and a pass defensed in Sunday's win over the Jets.
Hughes had gone three weeks without a sack after starting the season off strong. He's now up to 5.5 sacks on the year, putting him well on pace for his best season since 2014. He and the Bills will look to maintain momentum against the Jaguars in Week 11.... See More ... See Less
Bills' Matt Milano: Posts interception in win
Milano (head) recorded six tackles (three solo) and an interception in Sunday's win over the Jets.
Milano's head injury remains unclear, but he was having a solid game prior to exiting in the fourth quarter. He now has two interceptions this year, improving upon the one he had in his rookie campaign in 2017. Looking ahead, Milano and the Bills will face off against the Jaguars in Week 12 following this week's bye.... See More ... See Less
Bills' Jordan Poyer: Logs sack in blowout
Poyer recorded six tackles (three solo), including a sack, in Sunday's 41-10 win over the Jets.
Poyer's sack was his first of the season and the fourth of his career. His six tackles were also his most since Week 4. Buffalo's big win was a bit of a surprise but it will look to maintain the positive momentum as long as it can. Looking ahead, Poyer and the Bills will take on the Jaguars in Week 12 following a Week 11 bye.... See More ... See Less
Bills' Stephen Hauschka: Best 2018 scoring output
Hauschka hit both of his field-goal attempts and all five extra-point attempts in Sunday's 41-10 pummeling of the Jets.
The fact that Hauschka had as many extra-point tries in one afternoon as he had from Week 3-10 combined shows you this is far from an offense that yields fantasy production. But for one day, owners that needed to throw a dart got rewarded, as the Bills took control of the game early and cashed in on seven scoring drives. Hausch Money and the Bills get a bye in Week 11 before the Jags visit in Week 12.... See More ... See Less
Bills' Marcus Murphy: Busy in backup role
Murphy rushed 14 times for 69 yards and wasn't targeted in the passing game during Sunday's 41-10 win over the Jets.
Murphy benefited from a perfect storm of opportunity, as Chris Ivory's shoulder injury cleared out the backup running back role, and game script called for plenty of rushing attempts with Buffalo sitting on a big lead. LeSean McCoy rushed 26 times, so Murphy was the clear-cut No. 2 despite his volume. He may not get another workload as large as this one the rest of the way after the Week 11 bye.... See More ... See Less
Bills' Robert Foster: Tops 100 yards in blowout win
Foster caught three of four targets for 105 yards in Sunday's 41-10 win over the Jets.
Foster's only previous NFL stats were two catches for 30 yards accrued in Week 2, but it took him just one play to eclipse that production. He gained 47 yards on the game's first play and ended up topping 100. Despite Foster's strong performance here, he'll be very difficult to trust after the Week 11 bye, given what we've seen from Buffalo's offense this season (this game notwithstanding).... See More ... See Less
Bills' Zay Jones: Enjoys best game this season
Jones caught eight of 11 targets for 93 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 41-10 win over the Jets.
Jones came close to scoring in the first quarter, but he fumbled while stretching out at the 1-yard line; the ball was picked up by Jason Croom in the end zone for a Bills touchdown. The second-year wideout got a touchdown of his own courtesy of an eight-yard catch in the third quarter. This was easily his best game of the season, as Jones showed an excellent rapport with new quarterback Matt Barkley. It will be interesting to see who starts under center for Buffalo after the Week 11 bye.... See More ... See Less
Bills' LeSean McCoy: Breaks out in Week 10 win
McCoy rushed 26 times for 113 yards and two touchdowns while catching his lone target for five yards in Sunday's 41-10 blowout win over the Jets.
The game script finally favored McCoy, as the entire Bills offense came alive under the direction of Matt Barkley. McCoy capped a two-play opening drive with a 28-yard rushing score and backed his way into the end zone from one yard out in the second quarter. Owners hoping this is the beginning of a late-season scoring outburst will have to wait to find out, as Buffalo's on bye in Week 11.... See More ... See Less
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