It hasn't been pretty for Dalton this year, but the Buffalo defense has been among the most friendly to QBs, allowing 23.3 fantasy points per game.
Bernard looked great again, picking up 62 yards on just 13 carries, but he had a crucial fumble late that gave the Patriots one last chance to tie the game.
Green-Ellis got himself back in the game plan last week, carrying the ball 19 times for 67 yards and a score. There could be plenty of work to go around this week with Cincinnati likely to be nursing a big lead.
You know he has to go off sooner or later. This will be the week.
Sanu only had two targets a week ago, but there will be a whole lot more passes to go around this week.
Eifert caught five of his seven targets for 53 yards last week. He's still on the outside of the starting class until we see more.
Gresham caught all four of his targets last week, but they went for just 24 yards. He simply doesn't get thrown the ball frequently enough to be a fantasy option.
Nugent made both of his field goal attempts last week, but I see the Bengals defense finding the end zone more often than settling for field goals against the Bills.
What a performance by the Bengals a week ago, holding the Patriots to six points and sacking Tom Brady four times. They'll build on that in a huge way against the Bills and QB Thad Lewis, who was just signed off the practice squad.
The former practice squad QB will start in place of the injured EJ Manuel. You don't want anything to do with this.
Spiller got just eight carries while nursing an injured ankle last week, but he notched a 54-yard TD run. He's the only Bill I'd start this week.
Jackson picked up 53 yards and two scores on 17 carries last week, but who do you trust on this offense with Thad Lewis at the helm.
Johnson has had two staight down weeks, and now Thad Lewis takes over for the injured EJ Manuel. Keep Johnson on your bench.
Woods got a whopping 13 targets last week, catching five of them for 64 yards, but he'd be a risky start with Thad Lewis under center.
Chandler caught four balls for 49 yards. He wasn't a starter with EJ Manuel, but it's too early to know whether Thad Lewis relies on tight ends.
Carpenter made his only field goal attempt last week, a shot from 52 yards out. This could be a decent week to play him with the strong Cincinnati defense in town.
The Bills held the Browns to fewer than 300 yards last week, but it'll be a whole lot tougher when the Bengals come to town.
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