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Stadium: New Era Field | Coach: Rex Ryan
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense19th161.9 (1st)181.5 (32nd)
Defense12th116.2 (26th)230.4 (8th)

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Bills' Justin Hunter: Targeted four times in loss
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Hunter caught one of four passes for 22 yards in Sunday's loss to Oakland.

Hunter's four targets and 38 offensive snaps were his highest sums since Week 8. It didn't make much of a difference in terms of production, however. Since coming to Buffalo, whether he's been on the field for 50 snaps or 15, he's never topped two catches or 30 yards. He's scored four times, so there's value in that, but a potential increase in usage is more cosmetic than useful at this point.

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Bills' Dan Carpenter: May not hit 100 points
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Carpenter hit his lone field-goal attempt as well as all three extra-point tries during Sunday's loss in Oakland.

The Bills have a decent offense, but Carpenter simply isn't getting the volume as he has in past seasons, and with 75 points on the campaign he'll at least need average output to hit the century mark for the eighth time in his nine NFL seasons. All four of the Bills' remaining games will be played in stadiums that see the usual December weather patterns (three at home, one at the Jets).

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Bills' Shaq Lawson: Three-game streak sans sack
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Lawson logged three tackles and a pass defensed in Sunday's loss to the Raiders, seeing action on 32 (45 percent) of the Bills' defensive snaps.

Lawson has plateaued a bit after coming out of the gates with two sacks in his first three games (four total tackles and no sacks in the last three games combined), as the team can't keep him on the field in certain situations due to his inexperience. After all, he had no training camp or preseason due to shoulder surgery. The first-rounder from Clemson will be better suited for IDP discussion next season.

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Bills' Zach Brown: Records nine tackles in Sunday loss
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Brown tallied nine tackles Sunday against the Raiders.

Brown has posted at least eight tackles in 10 different games this season. Though he's had a couple of poor performances, he's an excellent IDP option with weekly double-digit upside in the tackle department.

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Bills' Sammy Watkins: Play count increasing
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Watkins, who caught three passes for 38 yards in his second game back from a foot injury, saw 49 of 72 offensive snaps in Sunday's loss to the Raiders.

Watkins could have had a bigger day, but quarterback Tyrod Taylor missed him a few times. On the good side of things, Watkins looks like he's getting back to his usual self on the field and should continue to ramp up his play count. On the pessimistic side, the Bills continue to have the league's worst passing attack while Watkins is still working through a significant injury to his foot, to the point where the Bills could go easy on him if they fall completely out of the playoff race and he continues to feel soreness.

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