ESPN Fantasy Projection: Beasley has emerged as one of the league's best and most reliable slot WRs during two seasons in Buffalo. He came through with a solid 67-778-6 receiving line and WR34 fantasy campaign in 2019. His target share dipped from 23% to 20% last season, but Buffalo's switch to a pass-heavy scheme boosted him to an 82-967-4 line and career-best WR27 fantasy showing. Beasley is now 32 years old and his short-range role limits his upside (he's never finished higher than the 17th percentile in aDOT), but he'll continue to be an underrated fantasy option if he remains Josh Allen's No. 2 target. And that's the expectation with John Brown out and Emmanuel Sanders in opposite Stefon Diggs. Consider Beasley for your flex in leagues with 12 or more teams.