Buffalo Bills at New York Jets
Game Time: Sunday, October 25th, 2020 at 1:00pm ET
Line: Jets +13

Josh Allen – It was the second straight game where Allen wasn’t as sharp as he was in the first month of the season, missing several throws and just looking uncomfortable in general. The weather didn’t help as there was a steady drizzle for most of the game, but I don’t know if that is to blame. However, nothing helps get a team, offense, and quarterback on track quite like playing the Jets and Allen should do whatever he pleases on offense in this game. The only thing that can hold him back from having a complete bananas game would be if the Bills get so far ahead that Allen is pulled from the game. 

Devin Singletary – Not only has Allen been off of late, but Singletary has been a shell of what his potential is as well in recent weeks. He has just 67 yards on the ground in the last two games combined and had just a single catch in each. Of course, the game script hasn’t been in his favor, as the Bills have been playing from behind lately. That all should be remedied against the Jets as the Bills are sure to win this one in a laugher and even with Zack Moss returning, Singletary should get plenty of work and likely find the end zone. 

Zack Moss – The rookie didn’t do much in his return, but he was playing second fiddle to Singletary and the Bills were trailing most of the game. He likely wasn’t quite 100 percent either but wanted to get back on the field. With just five touches last week he will be a difficult guy to trust in one of your starting spots, but the lure of playing the Jets might be too much to pass up. If you have any injury problems or bye week concerns, I could possibly flex Moss, but it would be wise to let him be a bigger part of the offense before risking it. 

Stefon Diggs – When your quarterback throws for only 122 yards it is kind of hard for a wide receiver to have a big impact. Diggs still did what he could with six catches for 46 yards and a touchdown. Considering the offenses struggles and the less than ideal weather conditions, this was pretty much a best case scenario for the Bills top receiver. He will be one of the more popular wide receivers in DFS games with a date against the Jets and should go have over 100 receiving yards on the week. 

John Brown – He got off to a pretty solid start, but Brown has no catches in two of the last three games. He is not near 100 percent healthy, and the team hasn’t been playing their best. He could fit into your flex spot in Week 7, but only because the Jets defense is pretty bad. Brown is a really hard guy to trust in fantasy at the moment. 

Cole Beasley – He doesn’t have the big name, but Beasley is quietly putting together a decent season. He has had six or more targets in every game but one, and he has been over 50 yards receiving in every game but one. He had his second touchdown of the season on Monday against the Chiefs, and right now looks like the more reliable receiver over John Brown . I would feel confident with Beasley as my flex against the Jets on Sunday.

Sam Darnold – It doesn’t really matter who is quarterbacking this team, they aren’t going to be fantasy relevant. The team can’t move the ball and they can’t score. They have one player that is remotely fantasy relevant. The Bills defense should swallow him up and it is only in a dire emergency that you should consider starting Darnold this week. 

Frank Gore – We had hoped to see more of Lamical Perine this past week, but I have to be honest that from what I saw Gore still looked like the more explosive back. Perine showed a couple good plays, but overall, he needs more seasoning to be relevant. The Jets are the only team without a win, so they should be playing the young guy. However, until we see more of him, Gore is still the guy to focus on. The Bills are a pretty stout defense despite their troubles and the Jets should be playing from behind basically the entire game so there is no reason to consider a Jets running back in Week 7 at all. 

Jamison Crowder – I thought that Crowder could succeed no matter who the quarterback and no matter who the opponent was. He still had a baker’s dozen targets and seven catches for 48 yards, which gives him double digit points in PPR leagues. It still was a disappointment though considering the team was losing the entire game. Look for Crowder to bounce back with 15-16 fantasy points against the Bills as he continues to be the Jets only offensive weapon. 

Summary: Bahahaha, what do you think is going to happen? The Bills are coming off losing two straight and have to be pretty pissed off about it. The Jets are the doormat of the NFL. Wait, that is offensive to doormats. The Jets are the laughing stock of the league, Adam Gase is a clown, and the Bills embarrass them on Sunday. 

Prediction: Bills 31, Jets 6