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Monday Hangover: Week Eight

We reflect on some of the more intriguing dynasty storylines from the weekend.

Gabriel Davis

We reflect on some of the more intriguing dynasty storylines from the weekend.


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Monday Hangover: Week Eight
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Chris Mertz
10 months ago

Just curious why you’re willing to throw the towel in on Gabriel Davis, already? 22 years old in his second season with size and proven ability who is just a part of a crowded WR corps.
You admit he had his best game of the season, last week, but then say he failed to capitalize on Emmanuel Sanders doing nothing. 4/29/1 isn’t a world-beater stat line, but it seems tough to admit that it’s his best total stat line of the year and not equate it to taking advantage of Sanders goose egg.
Looking towards the future, Sanders is on a 1-yr deal and is 34 years old. I don’t see him as more than a short-term solution for this season. And while I love Cole Beasley, he will be 33 years old, next season, only carries $1.5 million in dead money vs the $6.1 million it would cost to keep him, and may have worn out his welcome due to his outspoken anti-vax stance.
Let’s say that, worst-case scenario, Beasley returns for the final year of his contract, but Sanders isn’t re-signed. That leaves Diggs and Davis outside, Beasley in the slot, and Knox at TE. I fully believe this offense can support those 4, especially if the Bills are content having two average RBs instead of upgrading to more of a feature back via the draft of free agency.
I wouldn’t cut the cord on Davis, just yet, although if you drafted him as a rookie, two 3rd rd. picks is more than you paid for him. It just may look like a cheap sell in a year or two, and 3rd rd. picks in this 2022 draft don’t excite me.

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