Lewis impressed in his first start a week ago, throwing for 216 yards, two TDs and zero interceptions before being hampered by a foot injury. Whether he starts or the newly signed Matt Flynn, neither belongs in your lineup.
Spiller and Fred Jackson each carried the ball 10 times last week, with Spiller picking up 55 yards to Jackson's 35. I don't like either this week, as I expect Miami to lead comfortably throughout.
Jackson and C.J. Spiller split the carries right down the middle again, with Spiller picking up 55 yards to Jackson's 35. The Miami defense has allowed the third most points to running backs this year, but I think the Bills will be chasing too many points to run the ball effectively.
Johnson missed last week's game due to a back injury and a death in his family. He'll play this week.
Woods got a whopping 13 targets last week, catching five for 64 yards, but he'd be a risky start with Thad Lewis or Matt Flynn under center.
Chandler had two receptions for 47 yards a week ago, and is not an advisable starter in fantasy leagues.
Carpenter drilled a 51-yard field goal last week, his only attempt of the game. He's 12-for-13 on the season.
I'd say this is a bad matchup for the Bills, but they aren't even a matchup play to begin with.
Buffalo allows 24.5 fantasy points per game to quarterbacks, making Tannehill a potentially sneaky play this week.
Miller was a total dud in his last game, and the Bills have been surprisingly tough against the run this season. It could be a tough day for him, but I'm predicting he saves it with a TD.
Buffalo has been terrible against the pass last year, and I think that will set up Wallace for one of his best games of the season.
Hartline seems the more consistent option in Miami, though Mike Wallace is doublessly more explosive. Both should do well this week.
Gibson is running third in the receiving corps and cannot be counted on as a starter unless one of the two guys in front of him gets hurt.
Clay is a fringe starter at the tight end position because he has become such an integral part of the Miami offense.
Sturgis is 10-for-11 on field goals this year, including three from 50-plus. He should be started every week from here on out.
I love this matchup for Miami coming off a bye. If they're available in your league, get them now.
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