News: 4 days agoBeasley caught four of seven targets for 58 yards with no scores in Sunday's 27-17 win over the Jets.
Spin: This is a classic Beasley stat line, the good news being there was still some volume left over after Stefon Diggs, John Brown and Devin Singletary all got their usual looks in the passing game. The one kicker is that with two highly regarded receivers this season -- Diggs and Brown -- as opposed to just one, Beasley will almost never be the go-to guy unless the Bills find themselves in a situation where the opponent is giving them nothing but underneath passes for more than one drive.
ESPN Fantasy Projection: Beasley wanted a bigger piece of the pie and he certainly got it in his first season in Buffalo. The undersized slot man set career highs in targets (104) and touchdowns (6) en route to a WR34 finish in fantasy. Despite a generous 19% target share, Beasley's low ceiling remained a problem, as he managed only three weekly finishes better than 26th. Strictly a short-area target, Beasley has finished every season of his career in the 11th percentile or lower in aDOT, and his 2.9 OTD suggests he's headed for regression in the touchdown department. Buffalo's trade for Stefon Diggs will cost Beasley plenty of targets, so the 31-year-old can only be viewed as a low-ceiling bench option in deep PPR leagues.