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  • 9/22, 11:26 pm
    • Williams was targeted four times during...

      Williams was targeted four times during Sunday's loss to San Diego, but only hauled in two of them for just 11 yards.

      Analysis: With just five catches on the season and no scores, Williams has taken a back seat in the fantasy realm to Sammy Watkins, and to a lesser extent Robert Woods. He'll probably need an injury to one of those two to start becoming a bigger role in the offense, though we do feel it would behoove the Bills to start looking his way more on some deeper, fight-for-it type of plays.

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  • 9/22, 11:23 pm
    • Chandler caught all five of his...

      Chandler caught all five of his targets during Sunday's loss to the Chargers, good for 74 yards.

      Analysis: Not bad production at all, though he's still looking for his first touchdown and doesn't even have a red zone target yet. Still, if we're looking on the bright side of things, Chandler did seem to have more room to go out for passes with blocking tight end Lee Smith finally returning from injury.

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  • 9/22, 10:45 pm
    • McClain, who started at middle linebacker...

      McClain, who started at middle linebacker Sunday against the Texans, led the team with 11 tackles and added half a sack.

      Analysis: Jon Beason (foot/toe) could return soon, but McClain becomes a useful IDP, if Beason can't make it back by Thursday night.

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  • 9/22, 10:13 pm
    • Cumberland had three catches for 18...

      Cumberland had three catches for 18 yards on six targets in Monday's 27-19 loss to the Bears.

      Analysis: Meanwhile, rookie TE Jace Amaro caught 3-of-4 targets for 54 yards, albeit with an ugly third-down drop mixed in. Cumberland figures to hold on to the starting job, but both players should have roles in the offense, with neither a strong option outside of very deep leagues.

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  • Greg Salas WR-NYJ
    9/22, 10:09 pm
    • Salas had two catches for 56...

      Salas had two catches for 56 yards on three targets in Monday's 27-19 loss to the Jets.

      Analysis: Salas, the team's No. 4 wide receiver, got extra snaps because Eric Decker (hamstring) was unable to play through an injury. Though Salas had a crucial 51-yard catch-and-run near the end of the game, he's still looking at a part-time role in a subpar passing offense.

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