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Power Ranking: #1

Player Updates

Gabe Davis

Gabe Davis

WR / Buffalo Bills
Gabe Davis (ankle) idle Thursday for Bills
What it means
Buffalo Bills wide receiver Gabe Davis (ankle) did not practice on Thursday. Davis was downgraded after he was listed as a limited participant on Wednesday, but it's not clear if he suffered a setback or if the Bills are just managing the receiver's reps. Friday's practice report should be a telling indicator of whether Davis will be available for Sunday's Week 4 matchup against the Baltimore Ravens. Jamison Crowder and Isaiah McKenzie will be able to benefit if Davis is ruled out, as well as Dawson Knox (back/hip). numberFire's models currently project Davis for 6.5 targets, 3.8 receptions, and 58.6 yards in Week 4 and he is the WR27 in our standard weekly rankings. Davis and the Bills' receivers have an appealing matchup against a Ravens defense that is allowing the most FanDuel points per game to the position this season. According to Sports Info Solutions (SIS), Davis' 13.1-yard average depth of target (aDOT) is the 21st-deepest among wideouts and tight ends targeted at least 10 times. Out of 81 receivers with 10-plus targets, he ranks 6th with 1.14 Reception Net Expected Points (NEP) per target.
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Dawson Knox

Dawson Knox

TE / Buffalo Bills
Knox (back/hip)remained limited at practice Thursday.
What it means
Knox tended to a foot issue ahead of Week 3 action, but now the tight end is listed with a back/hip concern. Following back-to-back limited practices, Knox will need to practice fully Friday in order to avoid approaching Sunday's game against the Ravens with an injury designation.
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Gabe Davis

Gabe Davis

WR / Buffalo Bills
Davis (ankle) didn't practice Thursday.
What it means
After being a limited practice participant Wednesday, Davis was listed as a non-participant Thursday. It remains to be seen whether that's the result of a setback or simply for maintenance purposes, but more context on that front should arrive no later than Friday afternoon, when the Bills post their final injury report ahead of Sunday's game against the Ravens.
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Gabe Davis

Gabe Davis

WR / Buffalo Bills
Davis (ankle) didn't participate in the media-access portion of Thursday's practice, Alaina Getzenberg of ESPN.com reports.
What it means
It remains to be seen if the Bills officially list Davis as a non-participant Thursday, but if they do, what the wideout is able to do during Friday's session will be offer added context regarding his availability for Sunday's game against the Ravens. Davis approached Week 3 action listed as questionable, but managed to play 88 of a possible 92 snaps on offense in Buffalo's 21-19 loss to the Dolphins.
Gabe Davis

Gabe Davis

WR / Buffalo Bills
Bills' Gabe Davis (ankle) limited on Wednesday
What it means
Buffalo Bills wide receiver Gabe Davis (ankle) was limited at practice on Wednesday ahead of Week 4's game against the Baltimore Ravens. After missing Week 2's game with an ankle injury, Davis returned to action in Week 3, catching 3 of 6 targets for 37 yards. Barring a setback, Davis should be good to go for Sunday's clash with Baltimore. An upgrade to a full practice on Thursday or Friday would be an excellent sign. Davis' Week 4 projection includes 3.9 receptions, 59.1 yards, 0.41 touchdowns, and 10.3 FanDuel points. His salary is $6,500.
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Gabe Davis

Gabe Davis

WR / Buffalo Bills
Davis (ankle) was a limited practice participant Wednesday.
What it means
Davis returned for Week 3 after missing Week 2, playing 96 percent of snaps on offense and catching three of six targets for 37 yards in the 21-19 loss to Miami. He's on track to face a struggling Ravens secondary this Sunday in Baltimore.

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