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Data as of September 18, 2021.
|1||Away||Los Angeles Rams|
|5||Home||New York Giants|
|15||Home||San Francisco 49ers|
|17||Away||New York Giants|
Beasley was given a veteran rest day for Wednesday's practice.
Analysis: This may have been as much to give Beasley a mental break as well, as the Bills are coming off a tough loss and he was booed by some of the crowd during Sunday's opener stemming from his being vocal during the offseason about the COVID-19 vaccine. None of this should affect Beasley's role in the offense, as he's one of Josh Allen's favorite targets and had a whopping 13 looks in the Week 1 loss. He should remain a big part of the game plan Sunday against the Dolphins, especially if Gabriel Davis (ankle) can't suit up or is limited.
September 15, 2021 6:22 PM EST
Swaim played 25 offensive snaps and saw one target during Sunday's loss to the Cardinals.
Analysis: Anthony Firkser led all Tennessee tight ends with 31 snaps, but Swaim wasn't far behind and significantly outpaced MyCole Pruitt's 12 snaps. The Titans struggled keeping Ryan Tannehill upright in Week 1, so Firkser and Swaim may see more action together as they try to shore up their protection schemes.
September 15, 2021 8:24 AM EST
Cobb caught the lone pass thrown his direction and tallied one reception for 32 yards in Sunday's 38-3 loss to the Saints.
Analysis: Cobb was reacquired by the Packers over the offseason to give quarterback Aaron Rodgers another trusty option in the passing game, but Rodgers did not throw even one pass his way in Week 1, and Cobb did not get on the board until backup Jordan Love entered the game. The 15 snaps Cobb played Sunday tied him with Amari Rodgers and Malik Taylor for fourth among the Packers' six wideouts, but they were far fewer than 36 racked up by the receiver who finished third, Marquez Valdes-Scantling.
September 13, 2021 10:20 AM EST
Beasley secured eight of 13 targets for 60 yards in the Bills' 23-16 loss to the Steelers on Sunday.
Analysis: Beasley furnished his usual reception-heavy stat line while checking in second behind Stefon Diggs in receptions, receiving yards and targets. The sure-handed veteran filled his usual slot role, and at least for Week 1, his workload was wholly unaffected by the presence of new No. 2 receiver Emmanuel Sanders. Beasley will look to reprise his strong season-opening performance when the Bills travel to South Florida to tangle with the Dolphins in Week 2.
September 12, 2021 2:59 PM EST
Wilson should take on a larger role with teammate Michael Gallup (calf) expected to miss three-to-five weeks, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports.
Analysis: Wilson was the Cowboys' No. 4 receiver in Thursday's loss to Tampa Bay, hauling in each of his three targets for 24 yards. He now figures to be a distant No. 3 to Amari Cooper and CeeDee Lamb, but in an offense that could lead the NFL in pass attempts. Wilson was the team's fourth or fifth receiver for all of last year, catching 17 of 28 targets for 189 yards and two touchdowns (with 107 yards and both TDs in Week 3). The Cowboys could also give Noah Brown and rookie fifth-round pick Simi Fehoko some playing time while Gallup is on the shelf for the next month or so.
September 10, 2021 5:13 PM EST