Last week, prior to the Buffalo Bills' home game with the New York Jets, we called second-year wide receiver Donald Jones not only our fantasy sleeper of the week in Buffalo, but also a key to beating the Jets.
In that game, Jones caught one pass for six yards, the Jets completely shut down Buffalo's aerial attack, and the Bills lost a 27-11 stinker to their division rivals.
It's a new week; the Bills are now preparing to take on the Dallas Cowboys, and Jones remains the offensive player most likely to have a break-out week in Buffalo's offense.
Buffalo's big fantasy players - Ryan Fitzpatrick and, especially, Fred Jackson - at this point are known commodities. David Nelson, Buffalo's second-leading receiver, has been on the fantasy radar for a while, as well. The same goes for tight end Scott Chandler. Jones is still an oft-targeted receiver in Buffalo's offense, so though his production certainly doesn't reflect it, he has the best opportunity to put up a big game among the Bills' second-tier offensive threats until further notice.