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Buffalo Bills fantasy preview

Who to target and avoid in fantasy football from the Buffalo Bills.

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Warren Sharp’s Strength of Schedule: Warren Sharp has the Buffalo Bills facing the NFL’s 13th-easiest overall schedule and the 2nd-easiest run-defense schedule of 2019, both a plus for rushing QB Josh Allen.

Must Draft

Update 8/31/10: Devin Singletary immediate steps into bell cow duties upon the release of Lesean McCoy.

Josh Allen was the QB1 Weeks 12-17 last year and is still going undrafted in some formats. Rotate him with another late round signal caller like Jimmy Garoppolo or Mitchell Trubisky and you’re set for the year.

Good values

John Brown is a perfect match for the rocket-armed quarterback and bizarrely, Cole Beasley has shown a strong connection with Allen in the short-to-intermediate area of the field. Take Brown in standard and Beasley in PPR.

Rookie running back Devin Singletary will be the lead back at some point this year.

Monitor

Robert Foster sparingly practiced this offseason and there were concerns that the 2018 breakout rookie was on the roster bubble. On August 25th, however, we finally got word that Foster has been battling a toe injury since the spring. He likely won’t be ready for Week 1 but he’s a name to keep an eye on.

Avoid

Zay Jones, Tyler Kroft, and Dawson Knox.