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Buffalo Bills Fantasy Football Projections

Updated: January 23, 2021


Below you will find our fantasy football projections for the Buffalo Bills for their matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship Game.

QUARTERBACKS

PlayerPAPCYDSTDINTRushYDSTDFP
Josh Allen36.423.8265.72.110.666.126.20.4623.13
Making an even greater year-over-year jump in 2020, Allen had an MVP-caliber season as he shattered previous career highs in completion percentage (69.2%), passing yards (4,544, 7.9/A) and passing touchdowns (37, 6.5%). While he set or tied career lows in rushing yards (421) and touchdowns (eight), the fact that those are "lows" shows how much of a threat he is as a runner as well. As great of a season as Allen has had, things did not go so well against the Chiefs in Week 6. In that loss, Allen completed only 14-of-27 (51.85%) for 122 yards (4.52 Y/A), two touchdowns and an interception. Since Week 9, however, Allen has played his best football. Over that 10-game span (including two playoff wins), Allen has compiled a 24-to-five TD-to-INT ratio and added five more rushing scores.

RUNNING BACKS

PlayerAtt.YardsTDRec.YardsTDPoints
Devin Singletary14.866.60.22213.80.0610.72
Even with Zack Moss sidelined, Singletary had only seven carries for 25 yards and three catches for 12 yards against the Baltimore Ravens last week. While Singletary should dominate backfield touches once again with Moss out for the rest of the playoffs, it's also possible that the Bills utilize a pass-heavy approach this weekend that limits Singletary's effectiveness on Sunday.
T.J. Yeldon2.410.20.040.86.10.032.45

WIDE RECEIVERS

PlayerRec.YardsTDRushYardsTDPoints
Stefon Diggs7.693.10.6100016.77
Things could not have gone better for Diggs in his first season with the Bills. A top-three performer across all scoring formats, Diggs led the league in targets (166), receptions (127) and yards (1,535) in 2020. In two difficult playoff matchups, Diggs had 6/128/1 and 8/106/1 against the Indianapolis Colts and Baltimore Ravens, respectively.
John Brown4.560.80.4200010.85
Brown bounced back from a four-target goose egg against the Colts with eight catches for 62 yards on 11 targets against the Ravens. Brown coincidentally had a four-target goose egg against the Chiefs during the regular season. Given that the Bills have promoted Kenny Stills to the 53-man roster from the practice squad, so it's possible that the team could be without either Cole Beasley and/or Gabriel Davis on Sunday.
Cole Beasley4.548.40.330009.07
Beasley had five 100-yard games during the season and he set career highs in receptions (82) and yards (967). Beasley failed to haul in either of his targets against the Ravens. The slot receiver had a 4/45/1 game earlier in the season against the Chiefs.
Gabriel Davis113.80.10002.48
Isaiah McKenzie1.110.50.060.20.90.012.11

TIGHT ENDS

PlayerRec.YardsTDRushYardsTDPoints
Dawson Knox2240.190004.54
Knox has scored in four of his past eight games and like most tight ends, Knox will be a TD-dependent play compared to the more consistent options from the other teams this weekend.
Tyler Kroft1100.10002.1

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