The Buffalo Bills continue to be an offensive juggernaut after improving to 4-0 this season. Let that statement sink in for a second.
The Buffalo Bills continue to be an offensive juggernaut.
While it’s not something that many Bills fans would have imagined heading into this season, here we are as the team prepares to face the Tennessee Titans on Sunday. There are still questions related to the positive COVID-19 tests, and the affect these will have on the Titans’ roster on Sunday. Regardless of this impact, it looks like this game could be another high-scoring affair.
Here is a certainty for fantasy football owners—if you have Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs, they should be locked into your starting lineup. Allen is matchup-proof, but a matchup with the Titans could work to his advantage on Sunday. Mike Vrabel’s defense gave up 339 yards passing to Gardner Minshew in Week 2, and 251 yards passing (and three touchdowns) to Kirk Cousins in Week 3. Diggs is tied for the NFL lead in receiving yards, and is set as a WR1 as Allen’s favorite target.
While I expected Devin Singletary to be more effective rushing against the Las Vegas Raiders (18 rushes, 55 yards), he did catch five passes and rushed for a touchdown. If you own Singletary, at worst you would be using him as a FLEX in your lineup. Even if Zack Moss returns to the field on Sunday, I would still suggest starting Singletary with confidence.
Wide receivers John Brown and Cole Beasley can be considered FLEX options in all leagues, with both averaging close to six targets per game. Allen is doing an effective job of feeding all of his receivers, but for now I consider both a borderline play at best.
Best of luck with your matchups this weekend, and go Bills!