In the first of a three-part series, Sam Wallace highlights an undervalued offense that could be the Buffalo Bills of the 2021 season.
It’s common knowledge that high-scoring NFL teams can produce a lot of league-winning fantasy assets. The Green Bay Packers led the league in scoring last season (31.8 points/game), and anyone who owned Aaron Rodgers, Davante Adams, or Aaron Jones can vouch for that. Other league-leading offenses from last season include the Buffalo Bills and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Again, it’s no surprise that many of the most productive fantasy contributors come from elite offenses. After all, fantasy points are a direct result of offensive success.
Last season, RotoViz hit on the Bills’ ascension in a big way, forecasting that Stefon Diggs’ arrival would help Josh Allen take the next step. Allen went on to finish as QB1, while Diggs jumped to WR3. They combined for 76.5 points for drafters who played them together during the fantasy finals.
As I embark on this three-part series, my goal is to identify three offenses that are poised to make a jump. I’ll pinpoint potential fantasy contributors that could far outpace their current ADP due to a depressed valuation of their respective offensive units. In Part 1, we’ll focus on a team that could be the next Buffalo Bills.