Neither team is very good in this matchup, but both have some intriguing fantasy options. Here is who you should put in your lineup come Sunday.
The Colts and the Bills are two of the league’s worst teams. They have won a combined three games and haven’t looked good throughout the year. That said, they both have some decent fantasy players. These are some players you should take a closer look at.
Andrew Luck continues to be a must start. He throws the ball at least 40 times every game and has put up some big numbers lately. Playing against a bad Bills defense, he should have a field day. Start him without questions this weekend.
Eric Ebron is worth a start as well. He continues to be Luck’s favorite target while T.Y. Hilton and Jack Doyle are on the shelf. Ebron leads tight ends in touchdown catches with 6. He should continue his great play on Sunday as well.
Marlon Mack might be worth a flex look. He played well last week against the Jets, and the Colts are going to need a solid running game. Mack is clearly the best back they have and should get the bulk of the touches. He is either an low RB2 or a flex option this week.
For the Bills, only LeSean McCoy deserves a look. And he is a borderline start at best. McCoy has yet to score a touchdown this season and hasn’t rushed for more than 85 yards in a game. He is a flex option only if you have no other options.
The Bills defense could be worth a start. They are 8th in the league in total yards allowed. Even though they go up against Luck, he is turnover prone. They could be a solid defensive option this week, especially with the Colts’ receivers having drop issues.
These are the players you should look at if you want to win your league this week. But don’t blame me if you lose!