Cole Beasley has quietly been the 1B to John Brown's 1A among Buffalo Bills wide receivers in 2019. Coming into Week 9, the pair were tied for the team lead with 53 targets each.
Beasley had scored touchdowns in each of his last two games, matching Brown's two, and he opened his Week 9 game against the Washington Redskins with a touchdown on the first drive.
Beasley was already averaging double-digit PPR fantasy points per game coming into this one, scoring at least 10 in five of the last six games. With 7.6 points on the first drive alone, he's well on his way to reaching that mark again in Week 9.
He doesn't offer the upside that Brown does, with an average depth of target of only 7.1 yards, compared to 14.0 for Brown. Their roles complement each other well, though, and Beasley continues to prove that he is a viable PPR fantasy option in most matchups.
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