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Mario Puig

Mario is a Senior Writer at RotoWire who primarily writes and projects for the NFL and college football sections.

New England vs. Buffalo

Tyrod Taylor's injury shut down whatever might have been interesting about this game, but it was going drearily before that, too. Taylor and the Bills offense looked good on their first drive, but Taylor would throw a puzzlingly bad interception in the red zone, right into the heart of the New England front seven with no realistic targets around. The offense would sputter generally from that point through the first half, with the pass catchers struggling to create separation and Taylor otherwise not helping. Like any offense, this one will struggle until it finds a credible deep threat. Unfortunately, they seemed to double down on the opposite when they traded for Kelvin Benjamin. It's always easier to move the ball on a bigger field.

LeSean McCoy continues to look very good and he has favorable matchups the next two weeks. He's on pace for 64 receptions, which would be his most since 2010 (78).

Rex Burkhead isn't fast, bu

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