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Bills wideouts to benefit from newcomer Diggs

Buffalo wide receivers JOHN BROWN and COLE BEASLEY both had career-seasons in 2019. With the addition of free agent wide receiver STEFON DIGGS, many are expecting the duo of Brown andMore Beasley to take a step backwards. Quarterback JOSH ALLEN sees just the opposite, saying recently that the addition of Diggs will lead to more opportunities and a trio that should make for an even stronger passing game. Less

Source: Buffalo News


Bills QB Allen in great offseason shape

Buffalo Bills quarterback JOSH ALLEN has been working with his personal quarterback guru, Jordan Palmer, through the offseason. Allen appears to be in great shape, which Palmer confirmed. Palmer said recentlyMore that Allen is “in crazy shape and spinning it great”. Allen says he’s gained about three pounds since last season, and he appears to have reshaped his upper body in the offseason. Less

Source: Buffalo News

Factoid: Rookie Sacks

When a rookie pass rusher posts strong sack numbers, what are the chances he'll come back and post similar numbers in Year 2? That's a question faced by those in IDP leagues, hoping to cash in on production from guys like Josh Allen, Nick Bosa, Maxx Crosby and Harold Landry.   more »


Factoid: Running quarterbacks

Lamar Jackson and Josh Allen are up-and-coming quarterbacks. At least for now, it’s what they do as runners that really makes them special.  more »


Factoid: Nick Bosa

People like to play the blame game after the Super Bowl, finding someone most responsible for the loss. Kyle Shanahan and Jimmy Garoppolo were popular targets; part of the job description when you lose. Free from criticism, though, is Defensive Rookie of the Year Nick Bosa.   more »

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Podcast: January 9 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Ian Allan and Justin Eleff review Wild Card Weekend and four new coaching hires, then preview the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs. Sponsored by DraftKings and Affordable Trophies.  more »


Scheduletron: Updated strength of schedule

The Bills are headed to the playoffs, and they’ve been helped along by an easy schedule. The easiest, according to the current win-loss records.  more »


Podcast: December 13 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Ian Allan and Justin Eleff preview Week 15 of the NFL regular season. Sponsored by RealTime Fantasy Sports (  more »


Allen leads Bills vs. Cowboys

Buffalo quarterback JOSH ALLEN passed for a touchdown and rushed for another in Thursday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys. Allen now has 16 career rushing touchdowns, the second most in NFL history by a quarterback in his first two seasons – trailing only CAM NEWTON (22).

Source: Team Blog


Allen, Brown lead Bills vs. Dolphins

Buffalo quarterback JOSH ALLEN tied a career-high with 3 touchdown passes against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday. Allen also scored a rushing touchdown in the game. Wide receiver JOHN BROWN totaledMore 137 yards receiving, the most by a Buffalo player in nearly three years. Brown also caught two touchdown passes in the game. Less

Source: Team Website, Various

Ask the Experts: Are running QBs a fantasy must-have?

ASK THE EXPERTS appears weekly from training camp through the Super Bowl with answers to a new question being posted Thursday morning. How the guest experts responded when we asked them: Many of 2019's best quarterbacks are runners. Should fantasy teams make sure they have such a player going forward?  more »



Allen overcomes slow start to lead Bills vs. Miami

Fantasy owners had great expectations for Buffalo quarterback JOSH ALLEN against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday. He started slow but on his final three possessions of the game, Allen was 10-11 passing for 112 yards and two touchdowns – salvaging his fantasy day.

Source: Team Website


Bills QB Allen clears protocol, expected to play Sunday

Buffalo quarterback JOSH ALLEN has cleared the NFL’s concussion protocol and is expected to play in Sunday’s game against the Tennessee Titans. Allen was knocked out of last Sunday’s game onMore a helmet-to-helmet hit and it appeared for much of the week that the Bills may need to turn to backup quarterback MATT BARKLEY. Instead, fantasy owners will now have Allen available as an option. Less



Allen, Singletary both questionable vs. Titans

Buffalo quarterback JOSH ALLEN remains in the concussion protocol and his status for Sunday’s game against the Tennessee Titans remains uncertain. Allen was a full participant in practice on Friday, butMore he officially remains questionable. Running back DEVIN SINGLETARY is expected to be a game-time decision on Sunday as he tries to return from a hamstring injury suffered in Week #2. Less

Source: Team Website


Bills QB Allen still in concussion protocol

Buffalo quarterback JOSH ALLEN practiced on a limited basis on Thursday, but he remains in the concussion protocol leading up to Sunday’s game against the Tennessee Titans. If Allen does notMore clear the protocol, starting duties will fall to backup MATT BARKLEY. Under such a scenario, the Bills are also likely to promote DAVIS WEBB from the practice squad to the active roster to hold the clipboard for Barkley. Less

Source: Buffalo News

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