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WR Peerless Price - Buffalo Bills

5-10, 180Born: 10-27-1976College: TennesseeDrafted: Round 2, pick

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Week 6: at Houston Texans

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FBG says: Good matchup. Josh Allen has certainly flashed as a rookie quarterback. Pegged by most as an ultra-raw youngster incapable of beating an NFL defense, Allen has shown poise and surprising mechanics as a downfield passer on occasion. But he's still miles from where he needs to be for fantasy relevance. The Bills are giving Allen a safe, sanitized gameplan of mostly quick-hitters and roll-outs, and he's only testing defenses situationally. It worked beautifully in the upset of Minnesota earlier in the year, with Allen hitting a few receivers in stride down the field. But in general, he's no more than a caretaker, and he throws to the most pitiful receiving corps in football. Kelvin Benjamin looks gassed, career-wise, catching just 8 of his first 26 targets. Zay Jones (just 164 yards on 21 targets) and Charles Clay (99 on 15) scare absolutely no one, presenting no mismatches for Allen to exploit. As a result, there isn't a single element of this passing game that merits any fantasy attention. Even on their "successful" days, they tend to hover around 15 completions and 150-175 yards, and struggle mightily to even approach the end zone. The Texans pass defense has improved on its pitiful, injury-ravaged 2017, but not by much. Kareem Jackson, Tyrann Mathieu, and Jonathan Joseph aren't the most consistent of cover men, but they're playmakers on the ball (a combined 13 pass breakups) and contributing more than they did last season. And the pass rush, led by J.J. Watt and Jadeveon Clowney, is almost impossible to contain on the edges. But they're still allowing quarterbacks to complete 68% of their throws, and 3 of their 5 opponents have racked up 277 yards or more. (The two who didn't: Blaine Gabbert and Dak Prescott.) This is often a high-impact unit, one capable of racking up sacks and takeaways on a given week. But in terms of allowing production, it's certainly not a shutdown group. There's simply too much opportunity to create splash plays down the field.

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6@ Houston Texans
7@ Indianapolis Colts
8vs New England Patriots
9vs Chicago Bears
10@ New York Jets
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12vs Jacksonville Jaguars
13@ Miami Dolphins
14vs New York Jets
15vs Detroit Lions
16@ New England Patriots
17vs Miami Dolphins