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Tagged: Cole Beasley (22 Results)

COVID impacts: Updated COVID list

COVID is going to play a role in the 2021 season. The NFL says it won’t reschedule games this year, perhaps contributing to more key individual players missing games. They aren’t handing mulligans this year when teams have a few players who test positive.  more »


COVID impacts: COVID-risk players

If a player is unvaccinated, it reduces his value for fantasy purposes. Not by much, but such players are more likely to be sidelined at some point for a violation of the league’s COVID protocols. It makes sense, therefore, to slot unvaccinated players behind comparable players who come without that additional risk.  more »


COVID impacts: COVID-risk players

Over 90 percent of NFL players are vaccinated, but almost 10 percent aren’t. And those players are more at risk of missing games in the regular season, given the COVID protocol system the league has put in place. It makes some sense then, to discount those players slightly in fantasy drafts.  more »


Mailbag: August 12, 2021

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition: Discounting unvaccinated players. Using ADP. Ezekiel Elliott on the rebound. And more. more »


Podcast: August 6 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Moishe Steigmann and Justin Eleff preview three different games you can play through the podcast and talk strategy across fantasy formats. Sponsored by  more »


Around the NFL: Emmanuel Sanders

We all get excited by the shiny new toys: incoming rookies, potential second-year breakouts. But I see one potential standout veteran, especially with uncertainty about the future of the veteran just ahead of him. And that's Buffalo free-agent addition Emmanuel Sanders.   more »



Bills WR Beasley played through broken fibula

Buffalo Bills wide receiver COLE BEASLEY said that he suffered a partially broken fibula in Week #16 against the New England Patriots. Despite the injury, Beasley was able to finish aMore season in which he caught a career-high 82 passes for a career-best 967 receiving yards. Beasley will take the offseason to heal and said that he feels he can physically be in a better place next season than his younger years in the NFL. Fantasy owners take note. Less

Source: Team Website


Bills WRs Diggs, Beasley limited during Tuesday practice

Buffalo Bills wide receivers STEFON DIGGS and COLE BEASLEY were limited in practice on Tuesday. Beasley is working his way back from a knee injury while Diggs has an oblique issue. Both players will likely be available for Saturday’s playoff game against the Baltimore Ravens.

Source: NBC Sports


Bills wideouts questionable vs. Colts

Buffalo Bills wide receivers STEFON DIGGS (oblique) and COLE BEASLEY (knee) are officially listed as questionable for Saturday’s playoff game against the Indianapolis Colts. Both players appear to be trending inMore the right direction after finally being able to practice on a limited basis on Thursday. Diggs and Beasley did not practice on Tuesday or Wednesday. Less

Source: Team Website


Bills WR Beasley week-to-week with leg injury

Buffalo wide receiver COLE BEASLEY is considered week-to-week after sustaining a leg injury late during the teams win over the New England Patriots on Monday night. Beasley has had a careerMore year through 15 games, establishing personal highs in receptions (82) and receiving yards (967). Unfortunately, he appears to be at risk of missing Sunday’s season finale against the Miami Dolphins. Less

Source: Team Website

Podcast: October 23 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Ian Allan and Justin Eleff preview Week 7 of the NFL regular season. Sponsored by Fantasy Index Weekly and RotoWire.  more »

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Bills wideouts to benefit from newcomer Diggs

Buffalo wide receivers JOHN BROWN and COLE BEASLEY both had career-seasons in 2019. With the addition of free agent wide receiver STEFON DIGGS, many are expecting the duo of Brown andMore Beasley to take a step backwards. Quarterback JOSH ALLEN sees just the opposite, saying recently that the addition of Diggs will lead to more opportunities and a trio that should make for an even stronger passing game. Less

Source: Buffalo News


Bills trade for Vikings WR Diggs

The Buffalo Bills agreed to a blockbuster trade with the Minnesota Vikings this week, reportedly parting with four draft picks in exchange for star wide receiver STEFON DIGGS. The 26-year-old DiggsMore is coming off back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons for Minnesota, including a career-high 1,130 this past season. With fellow wide receivers JOHN BROWN and COLE BEASLEY also in the mix, the Bills passing offense will have some fantasy options heading into the 2020 season. Less

Source: Team Website


John Brown impressing early in camp

Buffalo wide receiver JOHN BROWN has been the story of training camp thus far for the Bills. Brown and free-agent acquisition COLE BEASLEY have been the top two targets, with ZAY JONES also running with the first-team unit. Second year wideout ROBERT FOSTER appears to be the fourth wideout.


Around the NFL: Cole Beasley

I’m not a big Cole Beasley fan. I don’t expect him to make much of an impact in Buffalo. Nonetheless, I’m seeing plenty of articles going by suggesting that he’s a key pickup for the Bills.   more »


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