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|Charles Clay was a trendy breakout player in 2014 as a member of the Miami Dolphins. The thought at the time was that the Dolphins’ offense was primed to take a big step forward with quarterback Ryan Tannehill maturing into a viable NFL starter. Clay disappointed owners with only three receiving touchdowns and 605 receiving yards on 58 receptions. Now the former converted running back joins a Bills team that provides a definite downgrade in quarterback and a coach who prefers to run the ball early and often. Look for Clay to have a few ten-plus fantasy point performances this season, but the lack of volume and the less-than stellar quarterback situation makes him a risky play this season.
| McCoy, Watkins likely out for Bills in Week 4|
RB could rest until hamstring is 100 percent
By: Doug Orth | Thu Oct 1, 7:15 pm
|The Bills won’t officially rule out either player, but there appears to be little chance that running back LeSean McCoy or wide receiver Sammy Watkins is in the lineup against the Giants this weekend. McCoy has been dealing with a hamstring injury for several weeks and said earlier this week that he thought there would be some benefit to sitting out this week’s game in hopes of getting himself closer to 100 percent for Week Five and beyond. Watkins suffered a calf injury last Sunday and, like McCoy, hasn’t practiced this week.
“We won’t say out. But yeah, you guys can figure it out,” Ryan said, via Joe Buscaglia of WKBW. (Pro Football Talk)|
FFToday's Take: The Bills are taking the approach with McCoy they probably should have used in Week 1, but at least they sound committed to getting "Shady" healthy. Karlos Williams should be considered a must-start, even against a Giants' defense that has been pretty stout so far. Robert Woods and Percy Harvin should see extensive action in Watkins' absence, although Charles Clay is likely to be the best fantasy play of the pass-catching options.