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Below you will find our 2022 fantasy football projections for the Buffalo Bills.
Josh Allen: The top-scoring fantasy quarterback in back-to-back seasons, Allen has thrown for a minimum of 4,400 yards and 36 touchdowns in each of those campaigns. Of course, it's what he does as a dual-threat quarterback that strengthens his floor and boosts his ceiling. Since entering the league in 2018, Allen has averaged 6.9/38.1/0.5 rushing per game. In other words, he has averaged nearly seven fantasy points (6.86) per game based on his rushing stats alone since 2018.
Devin Singletary: From Week 12 on, Singletary had 105 carries for 455 yards and five touchdowns plus 15 catches for 114 yards and a touchdown in seven regular-season games. He ranked ninth among running backs in touches (120) and 13th in average half-PPR points per game (14.34) over that stretch. Including a couple of playoff games, he closed the season with double-digit carries in eight of his final nine games in 2021. Considering that the Bills invested a second-round pick in James Cook, brother of Dalvin Cook and especially a weapon in the passing game, Singletary is more likely to produce as a flex option (than RB2) in 2022.
James Cook: While Cook doesn't have his brother's frame and won't be utilized as a featured back, he's a talented receiver that could be moved around the formation. GM Brandon Beane has made comparisons of Cook's skill set to that of J.D. McKissic.
Stefon Diggs: Aside from setting a career high in touchdowns (10), Diggs' numbers were down overall compared to his first season as a Bill. Josh Allen's go-to receiver finished with 103 catches for 1,225 yards after his league-leading 127/1,535 campaign in 2020. Even so, he still finished as a top-eight fantasy wide receiver across all scoring formats.
Gabe Davis: Posting nearly identical numbers in year two (35/549/6 on 63 targets) as year one (35/599/7 on 62 targets), Davis is poised for a breakout in his third season. With the offseason departures of Emmanuel Sanders and Cole Beasley, Davis moves into the WR2 role opposite Diggs. Davis provided fantasy managers a glimpse of his upside with his 8/201/4 performance in the team's OT playoff loss to the Chiefs.
Dawson Knox: Knox took a big step forward in 2021 and finished with 49 catches for 587 yards and nine touchdowns (compared to previous career highs of 28/388/3). With Emmanuel Sanders and Cole Beasley no longer on the roster, Knox could be the recipient of a few of their vacated targets.
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