The Bills have allowed the 13th-most fantasy points per game to quarterbacks. Just a few weeks ago, they had allowed the second-most. Stay away from Smith.
The Bills have actually been tough against opposing running backs this year, allowing the ninth-fewest fantasy points per game. Ivory is a flex at best.
We simply cannot be sure if he'll overtake Chris Ivory again, and that makes him too unreliable to start this week.
Holmes should return from injury this week to face a Bills team that has allowed the second-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Nelson is a decent play against his former team, especially considering that he's still peeved that he learned he had been cut via Twitter.
The Bills allow the second-most fantasy points per game to receivers, making Hill a potentially sneaky play this week.
Cumberland should be back from the concussion that kept him out of the Jets' last game, but you should not consider starting him.
Folk has quietly been one of the best kickers in the league this year, making all 23 of his field-goal attempts.
If you can grab the Jets off the scrap heap, they make for a great stream play against the reeling Bills' offense.
Manuel returned from his knee injury last week, but struggled in Pittsburgh. The matchup this week isn't much better.
Jackson picked up 55 yards on 12 carries last week and again outperformed C.J. Spiller. Neither is a great play against the Jets, though.
The Steelers shut down Spiller, who appeared to be back to his old self two weeks ago. He's hard to trust against a Jets team that allows the third-fewest points per game to running backs.
As of Wednesday morning, the Bills were reportedly leaning toward resting Woods one more week.
Chandler had a typical game last week, catching three passes for 21 yards.
Carpenter made his only field-goal attempt last week, a chippy from 20 yards out. He is 19-for-21 on the season.
The Jets have turned the ball over 17 times this year, making the Bills a decent stream option this week.
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