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  • Bills' Dane Jackson: Minor knee injury

    Jackson was listed as limited for Wednesday's practice due to a knee injury.

    Jackson put up five tackles during Sunday's win over Miami, but that seems about his ceiling for now as he's serving in a depth role. Given that he was able to start the week practicing in some fashion, he seems like a good bet to play in Sunday's meeting with Washington.

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  • Bills' Micah Hyde: Limited to start practice week

    Hyde was listed as limited for Wednesday's practice due to a neck injury.

    Hyde was limited last week as well with the same issue and ended up having a big game -- seven tackles and a sack -- in the win over the Dolphins, so we wouldn't be too worried about his Week 3 status.

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  • Bills' Efe Obada: Back to full health

    Obada (calf) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.

    Obada couldn't suit up versus the Dolphins in Week 2, but he looks set to return for Sunday's matchup against Washington. He only played 26 percent of defensive snaps Week 1.

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  • Bills' Tremaine Edmunds: Healthy for Week 3

    Edmunds was back at practice on a full basis Wednesday after leaving Sunday's win over the Dolphins due to cramping.

    As great of a day it was for the Bills in the 35-0 romp, Edmunds' trouble with the heat held him to only 57 percent of the defensive snaps and three total tackles. He stands to have a bigger presence in the box score this week, especially if Taylor Heinicke and the Washington offense tries to control the ball and keep Buffalo's high-powered offense off the field.

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  • Bills' Star Lotulelei: Not practicing Wednesday

    Lotulelei didn't practice Wednesday due to a groin injury, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.

    Lotulelei was inactive for the season opener with a calf injury, but he was able to suit up for Week 2 and played 29 snaps. However, he appears to have picked up a groin injury during the contest that will be worth monitoring ahead of Sunday's contest against Washington. If he is unable to play this weekend, expect Harrison Phillips, who logged 21 snaps during Week 1, to replace Lotulelei on the interior of the Bills' defensive line.

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  • Bills' Gabriel Davis: Limited at practice Wednesday

    Davis was a limited participant during Wednesday's practice due to an ankle injury, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.

    Davis' limited participation shouldn't be a major concern with regard to his status for Sunday's game against Washington. While nursing the same injury Week 2, Davis logged a pair of limited sessions before gaining clearance for the Bills' victory over the Dolphins. However, the 22-year-old played only 21 offensive snaps and didn't draw a target after registering 43 snaps and five targets Week 1. It's still worth monitoring his status throughout the week, but he will likely be active once Sunday arrives.

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  • Bills' Micah Hyde: First sack since 2016

    Hyde registered seven tackles (four solo) and a sack in Sunday's 35-0 win over the Dolphins.

    This was Hyde's first sack since the 2016 season when he was in Green Bay. He has put up 13 tackles through the first two weeks, but he doesn't hold much IDP upside after posting just 70 stops in 2020.

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  • Bills' Tre'Davious White: Rings up nine tackles

    White posted nine tackles (seven solo) in Sunday's 35-0 win over the Dolphins.

    The game script forced the Dolphins to throw a ton, so White was busy in coverage and led the team in tackles. He's typically not dependable in IDP formats, though, mostly because opponents look away from him so often, and he hasn't topped 60 stops since his rookie year in 2017.

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  • Bills' Matt Milano: Fills up box score

    Milano posted five tackles, a sack and a fumble recovery in the win over Miami on Sunday.

    While Milano's 10 tackles through two games falls short of his usual pace, he's contributing elsewhere in the box score and looks fantastic early in the season. Milano also would have likely produced more had he not been given some rest late in Sunday's blowout game, as he finished with just 78 percent of the defensive snaps when he's typically close to 100. Also encouraging is that Milano was allowed to rush the passer more than we've seen in the past. As a former 101-tackle guy in 2019, Milano merits a look in IDP formats.

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  • Bills' Matt Breida: Reverts to No. 3 running back

    Breida only saw two offensive snaps and did not record a carry in Sunday's win at Miami.

    Zack Moss was back in the mix after being a healthy scratch in Week 1. While Moss fumbled the ball once, he also scored two touchdowns and certainly looked better than Breida did with his Week 1 carries. Barring an injury to Moss or starter Devin Singletary, Breida can safely be ignored again in most fantasy formats until further notice.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Rushing Passing Overall
Off. 130.0
Def. 73.0


Player Injury
G. Davis WR Gabriel Davis WR Ankle
M. Hyde SS Micah Hyde SS Neck
L. Wallace CB Levi Wallace CB Knee
S. Lotulelei DT Star Lotulelei DT Groin
D. Jackson CB Dane Jackson CB Knee

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