It's been a rocky few weeks for Favre. He played poorly in a loss to the Raiders and nearly cost the Jets the game against the Chiefs last week before leading a game-winning drive in the closing minutes. On the road against a solid Buffalo pass defense that allows 203 yards a game isn't an easy matchup but this is an offense built for the passing game so Favre should put up solid numbers. If you need to start him, don't fear this matchup.
Jones is on a roll for his fantasy owners, having scored four touchdowns in his last three games. The Bills have a slightly above-average run defense, giving up 93 yards a game, so don't expect huge numbers from Jones. This looks like a game the Jets will need to win through the air.
Washington took full advantage of a great matchup last week against the Chiefs, finishing with 101 total yards and two TDs (including a 60-yard touchdown run). He's not getting much work in the running game but he's caught at least two passes in every game this season and has 14 receptions in his past four. He's worth a look as a flex play in PPR leagues.
Coles continues to play well after a slow start to the season. He caught the game-winning TD last week and leads the Jets with five touchdown receptions. The Bills have issues in the secondary so Coles should do well again this week. He remains a strong start as a WR2 in all formats.
Cotchery also has taken full advantage of having Favre as a teammate. He caught nine passes for a season-high 102 yards last week and his 36 receptions are second only to Coles' 37 on the team. If the Jets come out passing, he'll be targeted heavily as usual. He remains a strong WR2 option.
Keller still is struggling to earn a meaningful role in the Jets' passing game. He's caught only 11 passes in the first seven games and has been held to zero or one reception in a game in every game but two. He's too risky to start despite his talent and upside.
Feely let his owners down last week as he missed his only FG attempt and scored a meager four points in the win over the Chiefs. This game isn't likely to be a high-scoring affair so Feely lacks upside. Look elsewhere for a starting kicker this week if you can.
The Bills' offense isn't very explosive so the Jets are worth a look from a fantasy perspective this week. They should be able to contain Marshawn Lynch relatively well but will struggle with Lee Evans and his big-play skills.
Edwards hasn't done a good job taking advantage of good passing matchups but without the threat of a strong running game and playing at home he should do well this week. The Jets give up 232.7 passing yards a game so the matchup is very inviting. There's risk involved since Edwards isn't a big-time QB by any means but if you need to reach for him this week he should do well.
Lynch has been steady, if not spectacular this season. He has six TDs in seven games but continues to lose touches to Fred Jackson. The Jets have one of the league's best run defenses but Lynch's consistent ability to find the end zone will help him generate solid RB2 production again this week.
Jackson continues to fill a valuable role for the Bills. He gets double-digit touches most weeks and is a decent flex option in larger PPR leagues. He'll be active this week as the Bills look to exploit the Jets' weak pass defense.
Evans is playing at an elite level. He has 31 receptions and three TDs through the first seven games and his big-play ability has resulted in him recording 65 receiving yards or more in every game this season. The Jets are weak in the secondary so Evans has Top 10 potential this week. Start him with confidence.
Parrish moves into the starting lineup with Josh Reed out 2-3 weeks with leg injuries. He doesn't offer much upside given his limited WR skills but this is a promising matchup so he could surprise with a decent game.
Royal remains a relative non-factor in the Buffalo passing game. He has only 19 receptions through seven games with one touchdown. His inconsistent production makes him a very shaky fantasy option even when the matchup is promising. Look elsewhere for a starting TE if you can.
Lindell is having a big season. He's scored 61 points through seven games and has made 15 of 18 FG attempts. He's been one of this season's strongest fantasy kickers so start him with confidence every week.
The Bills' defense is a bit on the overrated side from a fantasy perspective. They play solid defense but don't offer much impact in terms of sacks or defensive touchdowns, having scored only once this year. But Favre will turn the ball over and playing at home gives them an edge so their upside is higher this week. They're looking good if you need to start them.