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Cole Beasley


#58 Wide Receiver

101 Projected Points

ADP: 12.5
Bye: 7
Experience: 9 Yr(s)
Age: 32
Height: 5'8"
Weight: 177
40 Time: 4.49

2021 Projections & Outlook


#58 Wide Receiver

101 Projected Points

ADP Rec Rec Yds Rec TDs 100 Fum
12.5 68 771 4 3

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Basic Stats Preseason Player Analysis

What You Need to Know:

-Beasley played 15 games in 2020, missing just 1 (Week 17) with a partial break of his fibula. He finished as the WR27 in PPR with 82-967-4.

-His 107 targets, 11.8 YPC and 76.6% catch rate narrowly set career highs. He set clear career highs in catches and yards.

-With an 18.7% target share, Beasley saw 4+ targets in 13 of 15 regular season games. He hit 100 yards a career-high 5 times.

-Beasley’s low 4.8% TD rate fell in line with his career norm. He saw 11.7% of Buffalo’s RZ targets, putting him behind Stefon Diggs and Gabriel Davis and on par with Dawson Knox.

-The Bills replaced John Brown with free agent Emmanuel Sanders. Diggs, Davis and Knox return to give Buffalo a deep pass catching corps.

-After an enormous breakout season, some regression from Josh Allen is reasonable to expect. But Beasley will again man the slot and project favorably for another ~100 target season.

-Beasley, 32, has played 14+ games in 8 straight seasons.

Draft Sharks Bottom Line:

After finishing as the WR34 with Buffalo in 2019, his finish jumped to WR27 last season. He hit 10+ PPR points in 10 of 15 games; 20+ in 3. So he sprinkled in some spike weeks to pair with his frequent high floor.

Beasley’s TD outlook remains unfavorable, but he enters year 3 with the same QB and coaching staff that’s quietly made him a spot-start option. There’s some decline risk at 32, but Beasley again profiles as a high floor, low ceiling fantasy option.


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Bills WR Cole Beasley revealed that he broke his fibula in Week 16. He sat out the regular-season finale but returned for the playoffs, catching 7 of 11 targets in 2 games. “Take a few meds and suck it up," Beasley said. “There was no way I was gonna miss a playoff game.” It's unclear if he'll need surgery, but the injury shouldn't impact his 2021. Beasley has posted 67-778-6 and 82-967-4 lines in 2 years with the Bills, finishing 34th and then 27th among WRs in PPR points. He'll probably be undervalued again in 2021 fantasy drafts.

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Bills WR Cole Beasley (knee) is listed as questionable for this weekend's Wild Card game vs. the Colts after returning to a limited practice on Thursday. We'll get his game status by noon ET on Saturday, but Beasley will be operating at less than 100% if active.

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Bills WR Cole Beasley (knee) did not practice on Wednesday. He's considered week to week and is looking iffy for Saturday's game against the Colts. Buffalo at least got WR John Brown back last week and would also have WRs Gabriel Davis and Isaiah McKenzie behind Stefon Diggs this weekend

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Bills WR Cole Beasley (knee) is out for Sunday’s game vs. the Dolphins. We’ll see if he can make it back for Buffalo’s playoff opener.

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Bills WR Cole Beasley is "week to week" with a "leg injury," HC Sean McDermott said Tuesday. We don't have any other details right now, but don't expect to see Beasley in Sunday's finale vs. the Dolphins. Buffalo might opt to rest starters in that game anyway. We'll see if Beasley can make it back for the Wild Card Round of the playoffs.

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