• Los Angeles Rams RB Darrell Henderson was the team’s top rusher, playing the majority of snaps against Cam Akers.
• buffalo bills WR Gabe Davis Scored the first touchdown of the game and played every snap for the Bills on offense except kneeling. Therefore, he should be prioritized by the fantasy manager.
• Rookie RB James Cook After playing only one snap in the first half and failing to play, the fantasy manager needs to be patient.
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add and start Darrell Henderson: Henderson surprisingly started over Kam Akershe didn’t see the field until the second quarter and never played more than a few snaps at a time.
- henderson is Sleeper He could have been the Rams’ lead back, so he could have been the Rams’ lead back before the season.
- he got 47 yards on 13 carries, 5 catches for 28 yards.
- this is, Incompatible For the Rams running back. Luckily, Henderson has better matchups and should put up better numbers.
- He’s available in over half of ESPN’s leagues and should not only be picked up but inserted into next week’s starting lineup.
- Akers gained 0 yards on three carries.
- The Rams’ running back situation is likely to remain fluid, so Akers shouldn’t be dropped. There’s still a good chance Akers will score double-digit touches in a late-season game.
Gabe Davis Required receivers: Davis played every offensive snap for the Bills except on his knees, making it clear he’s the focus of the Bills’ offense.
- He caught four passes for 88 yards and scored his first touchdown of the game.
- He’s been on the bench more than 50% of the league on ESPN.
- this is, below average Match with Davis. Luckily, he will have better matchups later in the season.
reason for concern Stefon Diggs: The Bills receiver has been out of the game more often than any since joining the Bills in the final week of the 2021 regular season outside of the crash.
- He took about half of his snaps off the field with a set of two wide receivers, and a quarter of his snaps with a set of three receivers.
- Jake Kummerrow For the most part, he was the player to replace Diggs on the field.
- A good number of these plays were run plays, but Diggs needed a lot of root.
- This can be a problem for fantasy managers. It can be a problem in a clear Bill win, especially if Bill rests him early in the game and doesn’t need him later.
- He still has to start every week, but his trading value is declining.
- Olympic rookie khalil shakir I was able-bodied.
add but not start Isaiah Mackenzie: The Bills receiver started in the slot and played most of the snap, but was too often dismissed off the field to be reliable without a great matchup.
- He caught two passes for 19 yards and a touchdown while seeing most of the snaps from the slot.
- Jamison Crowder Occasionally spinning for him, he was a frequent target for Buffalo.
- The Bills almost always passed the ball when Mackenzie was on the field, but were more balanced when Crowder was in the game.
- There were several occasions when Davis, Mackenzie and Crowder would play together on the field. There, Mackenzie lined up outside or all three receivers were playing on the same side.
- McKenzie is available in over 80% of ESPN leagues.
addition Zach Moss: Devin Singleterry Although a clear starter for the Bills, Moss has seen significant playing time and should at least be on the roster.
- Moss played several snaps in a row before leaving the field, so the bills rotated over time rather than situation.
- Moss, known as a rusher, caught 6 passes for 21 yards. It was the second most receptions of his career.
- In a game where the Bills are comfortably leading the entire game, he should see more carries.
- He is available in over 90% of ESPN leagues.
- rookie James Cook Played one snap in the first half and missed. He played another snap in the second half.
- Cook was drafted well enough by the Bills that he should remain on the fantasy roster. We should see him playing more minutes as the season progresses.
Don’t give up on other underperforming companies. Some players didn’t present the stats Fantasy Manager wanted, but the usage was encouraging enough not to give them up.
- Rams new wide receiver Allen Robinson II Except for three snaps in the last three minutes, he has never left the field to attack. He could only catch one pass for his 12 yards.
- A bill that starts with a tight end Dawson Knox He caught one pass for 5 yards, but rarely left the field.
- He had more pass blocks last season than any other game, and will likely deal with the Rams’ pass rush.