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Bills QB Josh Allen showed some love to 3rd-year WR Gabe Davis. “The dude just works,” Allen said recently. “He just works hard. He's a great dude. Selfless. He'll run the for the love of the game, routes where he knows he's not getting the ball but he's attracting a safety and allowing someone else to get open. When the play’s there to be made, he usually makes them and that's in turn for his hard work and his resiliency of kind of his first two years in the league. And the dude just continues to make some plays and love the guy to death.” Mark Gaughan of the Buffalo News notes that Davis has remained a “consistent target” at minicamp. With breakout buzz continuing, Davis profiles as a high-upside WR3.

Bills WR Gabriel Davis gave his assessment of new OC Ken Dorsey. “He wants to attack on every single play,” Davis said. “He doesn't want to let up on everything. I'm happy he's going to give us the opportunity to make big plays.” Since Dorsey was promoted from within, we’re expecting a smooth transition. Davis remains an upside WR3.

Bills WR Emmanuel Sanders (knee) put in a full week of practice and isn't listed on the final injury report for Saturday night's Wild Card game vs. the Patriots. A healthy Sanders has played ahead of WR Gabriel Davis all season, but we're not sure that'll remain the case this weekend. Both Sanders and Davis are shaky fantasy bets in what figures to be a lower-scoring game in near-zero temps.

Bills WR Emmanuel Sanders (knee) put in a full practice on Tuesday. That puts him on track to return for Saturday night's Wild Card game vs. the Patriots. The question now is whether he'll get his starting job back from WR Gabriel Davis, who definitely provides more pop at this point. We'd avoid Sanders in fantasy lineups this week -- but his return does add risk to Davis' outlook.

Bills WR Emmanuel Sanders (knee) is inactive for today’s game vs. the Jets. WR Gabriel Davis gets another start.

Bills WR Emmanuel Sanders (knee) didn’t practice all week and is listed as doubtful for Sunday’s game vs. the Jets. WR Gabriel Davis will get another start for Buffalo and is a high-upside WR3 in fantasy lineups.

Bills WR Emmanuel Sanders (knee) did not practice on Wednesday. If he's unable to play vs. the Jets this weekend, Gabriel Davis would again be a high-upside WR3.

Bills WR Emmanuel Sanders (knee) is inactive for today’s game vs. the Falcons. That makes WR Gabriel Davis a full-time player for Buffalo – and a high-upside WR3 play in fantasy lineups.

ESPN's Jeremy Fowler reports that Bills WR Emmanuel Sanders is not expected to play today against the Falcons. That would clear the way for Gabriel Davis (just off the COVID list) to start once again. He has tallied 4 TD catches over his past 3 games.

Bills WR Emmanuel Sanders (knee) is listed as questionable for this weekend's game vs. the Falcons. After a limited workout on Wednesday, he didn't practice on Thursday or Friday. So it looks like Sanders is in real danger of missing this one. His absence would turn WR Gabriel Davis into a full-time player -- and an intriguing fantasy option vs. the #29 WR defense.

Bills WR Emmanuel Sanders missed practice Thursday with a nagging knee issue. That's a downgrade after he put in limited work Wednesday. If Sanders isn't ready for Sunday's game -- or even if he's limited -- WR Gabriel Davis would become an attractive option. He most recently ranked 4th among PPR WRs in Week 15 with a 5-85-2 line against Carolina, Davis' 3rd straight game with at least 1 TD. He missed last week's game on the COVID list but came off Wednesday.

The Bills have activated WRs Cole Beasley and Gabriel Davis from the COVID list, taking advantage of the altered league protocol. They'll get a high-ceiling matchup with the Falcons on Sunday but also face plenty of target competition. We'd bet on Beasley reclaiming his slot gig. Davis will have to deal with Emmanuel Sanders, who returned last Sunday after missing Week 15.

Bills WR Gabriel Davis has been placed on the COVID list. So both Davis and WR Cole Beasley will miss Sunday's pivotal game vs. the Patriots. That leaves Stefon Diggs and Emmanuel Sanders as Buffalo's top 2 WRs, with Isaiah McKenzie likely handling #3 duties. TE Dawson Knox should also play an even bigger role than usual. It's a tough spot for QB Josh Allen against a strong New England defense.

Bills WR Emmanuel Sanders has a sprained knee and will likely miss this weekend's game vs. the Panthers, HC Sean McDermott said. We'll look for a more concrete timeline for Sanders' return, but he's droppable in most fantasy leagues. His absence will turn WR Gabriel Davis into a near every-down player. He'll be a viable Week 15 fantasy starter if QB Josh Allen is able to play.

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Bills WR Gabriel Davis (ankle) is active for today’s game against the Dolphins. He got in limited practices on Thursday and Friday. Davis scored in the opener but was Buffalo’s clear #4 WR in terms of playing time. He remains a low-floor fantasy play.

Bills WR Gabriel Davis (ankle) is listed as questionable for this weekend's game against the Dolphins. He got in limited practices on Thursday and Friday after sitting out on Wednesday. Buffalo's #4 WR is a low-floor fantasy play even when he's not dealing with an injury.

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