NFL Nation answers the biggest fantasy questions -- provided by ESPN fantasy football analyst Mike Clay -- across the league for Week 9.
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Is there anyone in this offense we can feel good about in Week 9 with Nathan Peterman under center?
Quite frankly, no. In PPR formats, the Bills have the second-fewest fantasy points per game for running backs, the fewest for wide receivers and the seventh-fewest for tight ends. If the tight end position intrigues you, consider that the best PPR-format score for a Bills tight end this season was 9.6 from Jason Croom in Week 3, when the Vikings left him wide open for one of only three Bills passing touchdowns this season. -- Mike Rodak
What should our expectations be for Kenny Stills after a slow stretch followed by a groin injury?
Expectations should be cautious. There's no guarantee with his groin injury that he's back for Week 9, and there is a risk for a setback. But he should be on your roster. When Stills is good to go, he can work himself into being a boom-or-bust WR3. He turned back into primarily a vertical receiver with Brock Osweiler as the starter, which limits his targets and catches, but the Dolphins hope Ryan Tannehill will be back at the back end of the season, and Albert Wilson's injury should open up more targets for him. -- Cameron Wolfe