With that in mind, let’s look at Sports Illustrated Week Three by Fantasy Editor Michael Fabiano Start ‘Em and Sit’ Em as they relate to the Battle of the Dolphins-Bills.
We’ll list the players mentioned in the match with Fabiano’s comments and offer our view on that particular drop.
TE Mike Jesecki: Jesiki bounced off the stink bomb in the first week, scoring 14.1 points in the win over the Ravens. However, he saw only four goals in the game, and Tua Tagoviloa threw the ball a ton to erase an early deficit. The veteran against the Bills, who allowed no touchdowns, second down A number of fantasy points to oppose tight ends since Week 13, 2021.”
we took: Sure, the passing yards won’t come off as easily against the Bills as they did against Baltimore, but we suspect the Dolphins might start making regular use of Jesiki in the red, and that means more touchdowns.
RB Chase Edmonds: “Edmunds burned so many Fantasy fans last week that he saw just 11.1% of the touch share in the win over the Ravens. That was down from the 34.8% stake he took in the first week, which the Dolphins went with Raheem Mostert on top. This rotation is baffling, sure, and Bills has one of the best defenses in the NFL. Edmonds is flexible to risk and reward.”
we took: Until proven otherwise, we won’t know from week to week which one is likely to stand out, so having Edmunds or Mostert in the lineup seems like a risky proposition.
– RB Devin Singletary Bills
SI.COM WEEK 3 FANTASY RANKINGS
Bills QB Josh Allen – 1st
QB Tua Tagovailoa – 15th place
Bells RB Devin Singletary – 34
RB Chase Edmonds – 35th place
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RB Rahim Mostert – 42nd
Bells RB Zack Moss – 47
Bells WR Stefon Diggs – 3rd
WR Tireek Hill – 6
WR Jaylen Waddle – 12th place
Bells WR Gabe Davis – 22
Bells TE Dawson Knox – 12
TE Mike Jesecki – XXI
Bells K Tyler Bass – 1st
K Jason Sanders – 17
Billing Defense – Fifth
Dolphin Defense – 26
Review the recommendations of the second week
Start ‘Em – RP Chase Edmonds: 33 yard lunge, 1 hold for 8 yards…not a very productive outing in numbers because the Dolphins went with Raheem Mostert as a featured backstroke.
Sit-in of the week – QB Tua Tagovailoa: 469 passing yards, 6 touchdowns, 2 interceptions, 1 yard rushing… Need we say anything?
Sit ‘Em – Ravens WR Rashoud Bateman: 4 grabs, 108 yards, one touchdown… The 75 yard touchdown in the first quarter alone made it a good day for him.
Sit down – TE Mike Jesecki: 4 catches, 41 yards, 1 touchdown…that’s a good day’s work for a tight end.
More Seating – K Jason Sanders: 0 field goals, 6 extra points… It’s actually not that awful considering he didn’t try to score a field goal.