Data as of December 10, 2023.
|1||Home||New York Jets|
|3||Home||Los Angeles Rams|
|4||Away||Las Vegas Raiders|
|6||Home||Kansas City Chiefs|
|7||Away||New York Jets|
|8||Home||New England Patriots|
|12||Home||Los Angeles Chargers|
|13||Away||San Francisco 49ers|
|16||Away||New England Patriots|
Buffalo Bills wide receiver Gabe Davis continued to be a source of headaches for fantasy managers in Sunday's big 20-17 road win over the Kansas City Chiefs, failing to secure either of his two targets. It's somehow Davis' third donut in his past five games, which is astounding given his every-down role in a Josh Allen-helmed offense. Most of Davis' targets continue to be of the low-percentage variety, hence such immense inconsistency and drastic discrepancy between his fantasy floor and ceiling. The 24-year-old deep threat may pop for a big showing now and again, but his inability to consistently beat man coverage and grow as a route runner remain frustrating. With five displays short of at least two fantasy points in his last eight appearances, Davis has taken boom-or-bust WR3 treatment to another level ahead of a Week 15 clash with an aggressive Dallas Cowboys defense, who play as much man coverage as any unit.
December 11, 2023 1:08 AM EST
Buffalo Bills running back James Cook recorded his fourth consecutive 100-yard showing in Week 14's key 20-17 win over the Kansas City Chiefs, rushing 10 times for 58 yards with five catches for 83 yards and a touchdown. Cook tormented the Chiefs out of the backfield, doing his damage through the air all in the first half. After dropping a would-be 30-yard TD on a wheel route in the first quarter of his last game, Cook made no mistake up the seam from 25 yards away this time around. The 24-year-old's recent surge is strangely accompanied by less than 50% of Buffalo's offensive snaps in each of his prior four outings. While Cook has certainly been highly productive since the Bills installed offensive coordinator Joe Brady in Week 11, fantasy managers may want to hold off on popping bottles until his snap rate irons out a bit. Cook is an RB2 with an arduous task looming ahead in the form of the Dallas Cowboys next Sunday.
December 11, 2023 1:00 AM EST
Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen did just enough to guide his team to an important 20-17 win over the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 14, completing 23-of-42 passes for 233 yards, one touchdown and one interception. He carried the ball 10 times for 32 yards and another score. After slinging a 25-yard TD pass to running back James Cook in the first period, Allen carried a host of Chiefs defenders on his way past the end zone during his six-yard rushing score in the second quarter. Allen's pick later in the period gave the Chiefs a short field to work with, which later led to their first scoring drive of the evening. Buffalo's offense was strong in the first half but had to settle for field goals as K.C.'s stingy defense stiffened during the final two quarters. Allen will need to sharpen things up and be at his best next Sunday versus the Dallas Cowboys if he wants to simultaneously propel the Bills toward the playoffs and make inroads in the MVP race.
December 11, 2023 12:47 AM EST
Indianapolis Colts running back Zack Moss ran the ball 13 times for 28 yards in the team's 34-14 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. Moss reeled in four of his eight targets for an additional 28 yards through the air. The fifth-year back once again saw a sizable opportunity share in running back Jonathan Taylor's (thumb) absence but was unable to have much success averaging only 2.2 yards per carry. Most recent reports suggest that Taylor (thumb) will miss the next couple of weeks, in which case Moss will still be worth consideration in lineups moving forward. If Taylor (thumb) is out for the team's Week 15 matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers, fantasy managers should still look Moss' way for a potential RB3 option.
December 10, 2023 11:47 PM EST
Houston Texans running back Devin Singletary totaled 65 yards from scrimmage in the team's 30-6 loss against the New York Jets in Week 14. The Texans' offense struggled big-time on Sunday and finished with just 135 total yards in the contest. However, Singletary was Houston's lone bright spot on offense, totaling 13 carries for 65 yards and one touchdown. The veteran back scored late in the third quarter on a one-yard score. Singletary appears to be the team's top running back right now, and he'll look to extend his touchdown streak on the road against the Tennessee Titans next week.
December 10, 2023 10:29 PM EST