1. The Bills receiver NFL Network recommends for your fantasy lineup
GMFB’s fantasy expert Kay Adams releasedd her top five fantasy sleepers for Week 7. Cole Beasley was on her list this week as he goes up against the New York Jets on Sunday.
Let's get Cole Beasley in your lineup, shall we? He's been a top 30 receiver this year outscoring guys like Hollywood Brown, Juju, and Michael Gallup. He has been so consistent with double-digit fantasy points in five of his last six games. It's hard not to love him this season, hard not to love him this week facing that Jets defense.
2. Dion Dawkins on the Bills mentality this week
The Bills already designated five players to be out of tomorrow's game against the Jets. With three more Bills defenders questionable to play, the other players are going to have to step up for Buffalo to earn their fifth win of the season. Even though the Jets have not won a game yet this season, Dion Dawkins said that they can never get too big for an opponent because the Jets are also pro football players.
"This is the NFL and it's the NFL for a reason," Dawkins stated. "Every player on every team is a professional football player and they're capable of winning every week. Just because they don't have any wins, doesn't mean anything. We understand that the Jets have a great team. They actually have all of the great pieces there to do it. Once it clicks, it'll click, and we just have to stay on our P's and Q's and never get too big for an opponent. They're still the New York Jets and they get paid and just as we do."
3. Justin Zimmer on how he fits with the defensive line
On Wednesday, the Bills activated defensive tackle Justin Zimmer to the 53-man roster after being on the practice squad to start the season. Zimmer was called up for two games so far, Week 1 against the Jets and last week against the Chiefs. He will get another chance to get at Sam Darnold and the Jets offense tomorrow. Zimmer said he will do whatever he can for this team.
"Honestly, I try to have as much of a wall around the game as possible," Zimmer explained. "I work on run defense every day, and I work on pass defense. Whatever I see in the game that I feel like I didn't do well, I'm going to go practice it every day and work on that. Then whenever they put me in, whether it be first down and I'm a run stopper or it's 3rd-and-10 and they want me to rush the passer. I want to be able to do as many things as I can to help me get on the field."