- Best big-name player: Ja’Marr Chase has been unstoppable when healthy, and the Buffalo Bills’ secondary might not be able to slow him down.
- Best mid-priced player: Tyler Boyd didn’t show up on the injury report and can take advantage of injuries to Bills defenders to also have a big game.
- The winning strategy: Click here to learn more about the format and the exploitable trends to use this season, including which positions provide the most leverage in the CPT spot and how DFS gamers can roster multiple and single positions in FLEX spots to gain leverage on the field.
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Ja’Marr Chase, Cincinnati Bengals ($10,600)
Chase has been incredibly consistent when healthy this season and is well-suited to take advantage of the Bills' defense.
- He’s accumulated a minimum of seven receptions and 60 receiving yards over his last six games while averaging a touchdown per game.
- The Bills have allowed the 10th-most fantasy points to wide receivers this season.
- Chase lines up as an outside wide receiver on over 78% of his offensive snaps, and that number has been up slightly since returning from injury in Week 13.
- None of the cornerbacks the Bills have tried on the outside have a PFF coverage grade above 63.0.
- Tre’Davious White has taken one cornerback spot since Week 12. His coverage grade has steadily declined since his rookie season.
- White has allowed 10 receptions for 145 yards over his last three games.
- Dane Jackson and Kaiir Elam have seen significant playing time over the last two weeks.
- Bills outside cornerbacks combined rank top 10 among teams in missed tackles and first down rate while sitting bottom 10 in stops.
- This game is expected to stay competitive to the end, which should leave the Bengals passing the ball.
- Tee Higgins similarly plays a significant amount on the outside and is a solid option at $9,800, but he’s been less consistent recently due to injury.