Quarterback play obviously affects the rest of the offense, especially wide receivers. The Bills wide receiving core has been, you guessed it, awful. Kelvin Benjamin and Zay Jones, the teams two best wideouts are ranked an abysmal 75th and 70th in ESPN fantasy.
Now that we're at the running game, it's starting to sound like a broken record. The Bills awful offensive line has provided no opportunities for the running game. LeSean McCoy, the team's one big-name skill position player is ranked as the 41st best running back. That barely has him in flex consideration for most leagues. Not to mention his mounting pile of legal issues could take him off the field entirely at some point this season. Oh, and yeah, he's also battling a rib injury.
LeSean McCoy holds his ribs/midsection as he walks off the field. He sometimes make injuries look worse than they are, but if the #Bills lose him their offense has essentially no proven playmakers. pic.twitter.com/LjE3i2zNvw— Nick Veronica (@NickVeronica) September 16, 2018
And lastly, how's the defense you ask? They're ranked 30th out of 32 teams and have given up 78 points in two games.
While some of the Bills skill players had some chance at fantasy relevancy during draft time, it took only two games for everyone to quickly realize that isn't the case and might not ever be the case in 2018.
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