Buffalo Bills Fantasy Football Week 6 Consensus Rankings

Buffalo Bills Fantasy Football Week 6 Consensus Rankings
By Mark Keast
Fact Checked by Jim Tomlin

What a difference a week makes. The Buffalo Bills head into Sunday’s home game against the New York Giants at 3-2. Buffalo was coming off of a convincing win over the Miami Dolphins that had Ontario sports betting fans thinking Super Bowl, only to go to London and lose to the Jacksonville Jaguars, 25-20, last Sunday.

What really makes an impact for fantasy football team owners were the injuries the Bills suffered against the Jags, including a season-ending knee injury to Pro Bowl linebacker Matt Milano. It doesn’t get bigger than that, in terms of impact, on top of the season-ending Achilles injury to cornerback Tre’Davious White suffered in the Miami game.

Flexible On Parlays, Wide Array Of Futures, High Limits
Must be 21+ to participate. T&Cs apply. Play Responsibly

Buffalo Bills vs New York Giants Fantasy Football

But Buffalo’s opponents this week, the New York Giants, are bad — 1-4 on the season and last in the NFL in yards gained per game (255.2). The defense is not much better, allowing 378 yards a game; only six other teams are allowing more on average. So for the Bills, there’s going to be a big opportunity to rinse out the bad taste from last week’s Jags game.

The Bills are heavy favourites for Sunday night’s game (8:20 Eastern kickoff), with 1.09 moneyline odds at BetMGM Ontario Sportsbook, with the Giants at 7.75 (the Spread there is Bills -14.5, at 1.91). That translates to -1100 for Buffalo in American odds. At the ScoreBet Ontario Sportsbook, Buffalo is 1.10 with the Giants 8.00 (the Spread there is Bills -14.5, at 1.95).

Using ESPN, Yahoo Sports, CBS Sports and FantasyPros rankings for each position in PPR (point-per-reception) leagues, OntarioBets.com found the consensus fantasy rankings of each Buffalo Bills player for their upcoming matchup. Turn to us each week for Bills fantasy football analysis as well as the latest news about Ontario sports betting apps.

Buffalo Bills Quarterback Josh Allen Fantasy Rankings

Consensus ESPN Yahoo CBS FantasyPros
2 2 2 1 2

Allen wasn’t bad against the Jaguars; he was 27-for-40 passing for 359 yards, two touchdowns and an interception. He leads the NFL in completion percentage (73.1%) and is tied for most TDs thrown (five). Allen also is fifth in passing yards (1,407). He hasn’t been asked to run that much, with the upgrades the team made in its backfield (James Cook, Latavius Murray and Damien Harris). The QB has gained 120 yards on just 20 carries through five games. He is the No. 3 pick for MVP betting at Caesars Ontario Sportsbook (+550) and should feast on the Giants. He’s a must-start for fantasy teams.

Competitive Odds on a Wide Range of Sports, Industry-Best App, Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS) & Online Casino Integration
Must be 19+ to play. T&Cs apply. Play Responsibly.

Buffalo Bills Running Back James Cook Fantasy Rankings

Consensus ESPN Yahoo CBS FantasyPros
17 17 17 15 18

The Bills have gone to him less in past weeks — he has 17 carries in Week 2 against Las Vegas, 15 carries in Week 3 against Washington, 12 carries in Week 4 against Miami, then just five carries last week. Still, over the season Cook has established himself as the Bills’ top running back. There will be plenty of red zone opportunities for Cook against the Giants.

Buffalo Bills Wide Receiver Stefon Diggs Fantasy Rankings

Consensus ESPN Yahoo CBS FantasyPros
3 4 3 3 3

Diggs had a small sideline blow-up in London, smashing a tablet, and that became a hot topic of conversation. But he had eight receptions for 121 yards, and one touchdown against the Jaguars, giving him at least 100 yards in four of five games in 2023. Diggs, who has +1100 odds at DraftKings Ontario Sportsbook to lead the NFL in receiving yards, is money for fantasy players. Look for a big fantasy performance in Week 6 against the Giants.

Buffalo Bills Wide Receiver Gabe Davis Fantasy Rankings

Consensus ESPN Yahoo CBS FantasyPros
31 39 33 27 25

Davis ranks among the top deep targets in the NFL, and the Giants are vulnerable against deep passes. He also had a big game against Jacksonville — six receptions for 100 yards and a touchdown, his fourth TD this season. Davis has been good all year. The Giants have allowed the 14th most passing yards per game in the NFL (226.6).

Sports Insights with Latest News, Tips & Picks, Specials with Competitive Odds, Abundance of Sports, Dual platform running a sportsbook and casino.
Must be 19+ to participate. T&Cs apply. Play Responsibly.

Buffalo Bills Tight End Dalton Kincaid Fantasy Rankings

Consensus ESPN Yahoo CBS FantasyPros
23 25 17 27 22

Keep an eye on Kincaid’s status — he is listed as “questionable” for Sunday’s game, as he has been dealing with concussion issues. He had just two receptions last week, bringing his season totals to 17 receptions, 118 yards.

Buffalo Bills Tight End Dawson Knox Fantasy Rankings

Consensus ESPN Yahoo CBS FantasyPros
21 19 22 19 23

It’s the same deal with Knox — “questionable” for Sunday, with the Bills’ official site reporting he was limited in practice because he is dealing with wrist issues.

Buffalo Bills Kicker Tyler Bass Fantasy Rankings

Consensus ESPN Yahoo CBS FantasyPros
3 1 3 7 1

Bass has been perfect so far this season — 9-for-9 in field goals, including a 54-yarder, the 11th longest this season. He is also 100% in extra-point kicks, hitting all 18 of his attempts.

Buffalo Bills Defense/Special Teams Fantasy Rankings

Consensus ESPN Yahoo CBS FantasyPros
2 1 3 3 1

Again, Milano getting hurt is massive, as well as White. Defensive tackle DaQuan Jones was added to injured reserve as well (pectoral). The Bills signed veteran cornerback Josh Norman to help fill the hole left by White’s departure. So the unit is banged up, but again, they’re playing the Giants. The Bills lead the league in interceptions (eight) and sacks (21). It’s unclear if Giants QB Daniel Jones (neck) will start, but that won’t matter either way. Start the Bills, who have +900 odds at NorthStar Bets Ontario Sportsbook to win the Super Bowl.



Mark Keast has recently covered the sports betting industry in Canada for The Parleh, and is a long-time sportswriter and editor, most notably with the Toronto Sun.

Cited by leading media organizations, such as: