Reason enough to take a close look at the respective matchups. Who should you start and who should you sit on your fantasy football teams?
Start: Zack Moss, RB, Buffalo Bills/Devin Singletary, RB, Buffalo Bills
14 rushing touchdowns plus two receiving touchdowns to running backs. 963 rushing yards plus 615 receiving yards for running backs. 39.7 fantasy points per game for running backs. Those are the scare numbers for the Jets run defense — 32nd in the league.
With those stats, any opposing running back is absolutely a must-start, so that includes Zack Moss. Moss is currently still in concussion protocol. If he can't get cleared, Devin Singletary would see the most snaps for the Buffalo Bills and take Moss' snaps.
Both running backs have performed rather averagely so far this season. Moss has scored 11.7 fantasy points per game this season, while Devin Singletary has scored just 8.8. That will likely change against the =Jets defense.
So keep an eye on the injury reports and start Moss if he's fit — otherwise go with Singletary.
Start: Jamison Crowder, WR, NY Jets
The Buffalo Bills are one of Jamison Crowder's favorite opponents. In his last two games against Buffalo, Crowder has had at least seven receptions, scoring a touchdown in each. In his last three games, Crowder never scored less than 20 fantasy points.
On the flip side, however, is a stout Bills defense that has allowed just two receiving touchdowns to wide receivers and only 26.1 fantasy points per game to wide receivers so far this season.
Still, Jamison Crowder is a start in my book. The Bills will likely focus on guys like Corey Davis and Elijah Moore and have cornerback Tre'Davious White play against them.