NFL Nation reporters answer the biggest fantasy questions entering the 2016 offseason, posed by ESPN fantasy football analyst Mike Clay.
How do you expect the hiring of Sean McDermott and Rick Dennison to impact the team's offensive skill position players?
Much of that will depend upon the evaluation of quarterback Tyrod Taylor made by new coach Sean McDermott, offensive coordinator Rick Dennison and quarterbacks coach David Culley. The coaching staff and general manager Doug Whaley's scouting staff are expected to meet by mid-February to discuss the roster, at which point a decision on Taylor is expected. If the Bills decide to release Taylor and start developing a young quarterback, it will be an obvious drag on Sammy Watkins, tight end Charles Clay and whomever is the Bills' No. 2 receiver in 2017 (Robert Woods is a free agent). However, turning to a young quarterback could benefit running backs LeSean McCoy and Mike Gillislee. -- Mike Rodak
Have you seen enough from DeVante Parker to believe he will take a third-year leap and emerge into one of the game's top wide receivers?
You usually know one way or the other with young players by Year 3, but Parker is one of those exceptions. His rookie season was basically a wash because of injuries, and last year felt like his first full season. Parker has the skills to be a future No. 1 receiver, but his inconsistencies provide doubt. Keep an eye on the contract situation of pending free agent Kenny Stills. If he walks, Parker will be asked to fill a major role in 2017. -- James Walker
Will Malcolm Mitchell open 2017 as a starter, or do you expect the team to look to free agency or the draft for an impact starter at the wide receiver position?