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WR Cole Beasley is coming out of retirement to re-join the Bills, NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reports. Beasley is 33 now but remained effective as a short-range slot receiver for Buffalo last season, tallying an 82-693-1 line across 16 games. He'll join the practice squad for now but figures to be elevated to the active roster soon. We'll see if he's ready to play vs. the Dolphins on Saturday night. Beasley would be a desperation fantasy play at this point of the season, but his return is bad news for WR Isaiah McKenzie and TE Dawson Knox.

Bills TE Dawson Knox led the team in targets (7), receptions (4) and receiving yards (41) on a poor passing day in Sunday's win over the Jets. WR Stefon Diggs managed just 3 catches for 37 yards among 5 targets. WR Gabriel Davis added only 3 receptions for 31 yards on 4 looks. Buffalo should be in for more passing success against a weaker Dolphins defense in Week 15.

Bills WR Isaiah McKenzie caught 6 of 10 targets for a team-high 96 yards and Buffalo's 1st TD in Sunday's win at Detroit. That's more targets than McKenzie drew in the previous 4 games combined. WR Stefon Diggs endured an inefficient day, drawing 15 targets but catching only 8. He wound up with a solid fantasy line, thanks to a late 5-yard TD catch and a 36-yarder to set up the game-winning FG. WR Gabriel Davis added 4 receptions for 38 yards among 5 targets, while TE Dawson Knox contributed just 2 catches for 17 yards (2 targets). The next 2 weeks bring the season's 1st matchup with the Patriots and then a rematch with the Jets.

Bills WR Stefon Diggs snagged the team's only TD reception in Sunday's win over the Browns, a game that found QB Josh Allen throwing for a season-low 197 yards. Diggs totaled just 4-48 receiving on 5 targets. WR Gabriel Davis and TE Dawson Knox tied for the team lead with 7 targets apiece. Knox caught all 7 for 70 yards. Davis caught 5 for 68 yards. RB Devin Singletary was the only other Bill to catch a pass (2-11).

The NFL is moving Sunday's Bills-Browns game to Detroit, according to The Athletic's Tim Graham. Buffalo is expected to get pounded with 4+ feet of snow over the next few days. Moving from those conditions to a dome is obviously great news for all of the fantasy players in this game.

Bills TE Dawson Knox collected 4 catches for a season-high 57 yards in Sunday’s loss to the Vikings. It’s a fine outing on the surface, although Knox’s first target didn’t come until deep in the 2nd quarter. Two of his catches (and 20 yards) came in the 4th quarter with the Vikings in a major prevent defense. He entered Week 10 with just 35 yards over his past 2. Week 11 turns up a meeting with Cleveland.

ESPN's Adam Schefter calls Bills QB Josh Allen (elbow) "likely" to start today's game vs. the Vikings. That jibes with NFL Network's Ian Rapoport's Saturday report. "Bills officials spent intensive time this past week leaning on and listening to their doctors and other arm specialists, and the team was reassured that Allen is not at any added risk to make the injury worse if he plays," a source tells Schefter. We'll get Buffalo's inactives around 11:30 am ET, but Allen can be penciled into fantasy lineups for now.

Bills QB Josh Allen (elbow) is "in line" to start Sunday's game vs. the Vikings, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. QB Matt Barkley was not elevated from the practice squad on Saturday, leaving only Allen and QB Case Keenum on the active roster. "Allen is able to grip a football and he did some throwing on Friday. That gave enough confidence to proceed without elevating Matt Barkley from the practice squad," Rapoport adds. Allen certainly carries more risk than usual in Week 10 fantasy lineups, but it'd be tough to bench him unless you for some reason also own Patrick Mahomes or Jalen Hurts. Playing Justin Fields or Tua Tagovailoa over Allen wouldn't be crazy. We just updated our Bills projections.

Bills QB Josh Allen (elbow) is listed as questionable for this weekend's game vs. the Vikings. He put in a limited practice on Friday after missing the previous 2 days. HC Sean McDermott described Allen as "hour-by-hour" on Friday morning, so Allen's status might come down to how that elbow feels on Sunday. We'll continue to look for updates on Allen and will get Buffalo's inactives around 11:30 am ET on Sunday. QB Case Keenum will start if Allen can't.

Bills QB Josh Allen endured a poor passing performance in Sunday's loss to the Jets. He threw for just 205 yards on 18-of-34 passing (52.9%), taking 5 sacks and flinging 2 INTs. Allen salvaged his fantasy line with 86 yards and 2 TDs rushing, though. That marked his largest rushing total since Week 14 of last season and 6th career game with multiple ground scores. WR Stefon Diggs posted a 5-93 receiving line on 10 targets as the only Bill with more than 33 receiving yards. WR Gabriel Davis hit that total on 2 catches among 5 targets. TE Dawson Knox caught 3 of 4 looks for 25 yards. Allen and his receivers get a softer Vikings defense back home in Week 10.

Bills WR Stefon Diggs posted numbers Sunday night that belied his team's overall passing struggles in the win over Green Bay. He led Buffalo in targets (8), receptions (6) and yards (108), accounting for 46.2% of QB Josh Allen's completions and 49.5% of his yardage. Diggs also snagged 1 of Allen's 2 TD tosses. TE Dawson Knox grabbed the other, for 1 yard out, among 2 catches for 10 yards on 3 targets. WR Gabriel Davis managed only 2 receptions for 35 yards among 7 targets. No other Bill drew more than 2 looks.

Bills WR Stefon Diggs racked up a 10-148-1 receiving line on 13 targets in Sunday's win over the Chiefs. He garnered 32.5% of Josh Allen's pass attempts and accounted for 45% of Buffalo's passing yardage for the game. WR Gabriel Davis finished 2nd on the team with 6 targets, catching 3 balls for 74 yards and a TD (from 34 yards out). TE Dawson Knox snagged the other TD passes, 1 of his 3 catches for 37 yards on 3 targets. WR Isaiah McKenzie and RB Devin Singletary tied for 3rd on the team with 5 targets.

Bills TE Dawson Knox (foot, hamstring) was limited in practice all week but isn’t listed on the final injury report. He'll return for Sunday’s game vs. the Chiefs, although it’s still unclear how close to 100% he’ll be. Knox, of course, has been underwhelming so far this season, averaging just 4.3 targets and 3.0 catches across 4 games. But he does have TD upside in this weekend’s likely shootout.

Bills TE Dawson Knox (foot, hamstring) put in a limited practice on Wednesday. That gives him a shot to return for this weekend's game vs. the Chiefs, although he'd be a shaky fantasy play without a full practice on Thursday or Friday.

With Dawson Knox out, Quintin Morris worked as the starter and clear leader among Bills TEs in Sunday's win over the Steelers. He played 15 more snaps than #2 Tommy Sweeney and ran 17 more routes. Morris also claimed all 4 TE targets in the game. That's not a fantasy-relevant level of inclusion for most formats. We'll see whether Knox is ready to return for Week 6.

Bills TE Dawson Knox (foot, hamstring) is out for Sunday's game vs. the Steelers. He's been banged up all season, so the week off should be good for him. Knox's absence leaves Buffalo with TEs Quintin Morris and Tommy Sweeney. Morris is the better bet for targets but would be a desperation fantasy play.

Bills TE Dawson Knox (foot, hamstring) remained sidelined on Thursday. He appears to be in real danger of missing this weekend's game vs. the Steelers, but we'll get another update on his status tomorrow.

Bills TE Dawson Knox (foot, hamstring) did not practice on Wednesday. He played through back and hip injuries last week but is now dealing with 2 different ailments. We'll see if Knox is able to practice tomorrow.

11:31am EDT 10/2/22

Bills TE Dawson Knox (back, hip) is active for today’s game vs. the Ravens. He got in 3 limited practices this week and never seemed to be in danger of missing this one. Knox’s usage has been disappointing so far this season, though, and he looks like a TD-or-bust fantasy play.

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