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PostPosted: Thu Oct 25, 2018 12:28 am    Post subject: looked unprepared from the get-go, with tw Reply with quote

ek 4: LeSean McCoy is back The Buffalo Bills were left for dead after two weeks, having been outscored 78-23 in losses to the Baltimore Ravens and Los Angeles Chargers. Then, they traveled west and destroyed the Minnesota Vikings, winning 27-6 in a tremendously important road game.With such wild inconsistency, predicting which Bills are fantasy football-worthy is incredibly difficult. Last week, we projected solid days for quarterback Josh Allen and running back Chris Ivory, which turned out to be right. In the weeks before, however, we were hoping for strong days from the likes of wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin (nope) and running back LeSean McCoy (still nope), but we were ultimately let down.With the Bills traveling to the not-yet frozen tundra of Lambeau Field to take on the Green Bay Packers this week, Bills fans are feeling far more optimistic than they were a week ago. Which players are worth starting in fantasy football this week? I suppose that depends on just how confident you are.QB Josh AllenAfter watching last weekend’s masterful performance from the rookie, I’m all-in. Allen scored 27.74 points last week, good for fifth among quarterbacks in the week. Yahoo! has Allen projected to score 15.19 points this week, placing him at QB27. He’s only projected to outscore fellow rookies Josh Rosen and Sam Darnold, as well as San Francisco 49ers starter C.J. Beathard. Allen has surpassed his projection in each of his two pro starts, and while he might not have the same kind r extra points via the run makes him a good bet to surpass his projection yet again. If he can combine another solid rushing game with some hits in the deep game (as opposed to the near-misses he’s seen on long passes in the last two games), Allen will provide surplus value for those who have him on their fantasy roster.RB LeSean McCoyMcCoy is off to an incredibly slow start, though some of that has to do with the rib-cartilage injury he suffered during Buffalo’s loss to the Chargers. After rushing for 110 yards in the 2017 season opener, McCoy endured a similar swoon, rushing 67 times for 169 yards over Buffalo’s next four games. Once the offensive line found its footing, however, McCoy was able to rally and finish the year with 1,138 yards on the ground. He has to start turning his year around somewhere, and against a Green Bay defense that allows 124.3 yards per game on the ground and 4.7 yards per attempt, it’s the perfect time to do it. While he may not play as many snaps as he would if were completely healthy, expect McCoy to be effective on Sunday.Bills D/STThis is a weird hunch, but I think Buffalo is going to be able to stop the Packers from running the ball, and I also think that they’ll be able to pressure superstar quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who is nursing a knee injury. As a result, the Bills could end up with a few sacks on the afternoon. If Tre’Davious White is able to smother the Packers’ top - Minnesota Vikings game has played out exactly like everyone expected. Two sack-fumbles led to short fields for the Bills, and Josh Allen looked like a seasoned pro leading his team to a 27-0 margin at halftime. The Bills are in the midst of a massive upset, folks.The Vikingso penalties extending Buffalo’s opening drive, leading to a touchdown. Buffalo’s defense completely shut down the Vikings, who had two drives end with fumbles, and saw each of their other drives end with punts (or the end of the half). The Vikings finished the first half with only 56 yards of offense, half of that on a meaningless end-of-half drive.On offense, Allen has been supremely comfortable working against Minnesota’s defense. He’s made accurate throws, identified gaps in the Vikings coverage, avoided pass rushers, and even been a threat on the ground. Allen has two rushing touchdowns on the day, and hurdled Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr on the way to a first down. He was 12-of-19 passing for 172 yards and a touchdown, and would’ve had better stats but for two drops by Kelvin Benjamin and one by Robert Foster.The Bills are in control, and as long as they avoid a total collapse, this game is in hand. It’s time for the second half.How does it feel, Bills fans? Sound off in the comments below.
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