Cole Beasley

Cole Beasley Fantasy

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Height / Weight
5'8" / 174 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
April 26, 1989 (31)
9th Season
2012 / Rd. / Pk. (DAL)
Southern Methodist

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Cole Beasley News

Cole Beasley Shouldn't Be Ignored During Wild-Card Weekend

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Cole Beasley made some noise during the regular season and could be in store for a solid outing against Houston on Saturday. Beasley had his most productive season to date in his first season in Buffalo, catching 67 of his 106 targets for 778 yards and six touchdowns, which were all the best numbers of his career. The Texans Defense--primarily its secondary--is a bit banged up, which is good news for Beasley. However, there is still some risk as the veteran recorded four catches or less in eight games on the year.

Jan. 4th • 5:29 AM
Bills Resting John Brown, Cole Beasley, Devin Singletary, Others

Buffalo Bills wide receivers John Brown and Cole Beasley, rookie running back Devin Singletary, rookie tight end Dawson Knox, defensive end Shaq Lawson (hamstring) and cornerback Tre'Davious White are all inactive for Week 17 against the Jets. The Bills are locked into a wild-card game next weekend, so they'll rest most of their starters in this one. Don't expect quarterback Josh Allen to play much, if at all, either. Veteran Frank Gore and T.J. Yeldon will handle the backfield duties in Week 17, with Duke Williams, Isaiah McKenzie and Robert Foster available in three-receiver sets. Backup QB Matt Barkley should see a lot of run in this game. Avoiding the Bills offense is the best strategy in fantasy. White's absence on D should help Jets wideout Robby Anderson post solid numbers.

Dec. 29th • 12:15 PM
Cole Beasley Has Low-End PPR Value In Week 17

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Cole Beasley posted his second 100-yard game of the year in Week 16 against the Patriots. This week, Beasley and the Bills face the Jets in a game that is essentially meaningless for the Bills as they are locked into the fifth seed in the AFC playoffs. The team has reported that No. 1 receiver John Brown could sit out the game or just see a heavily reduced workload. Either of those scenarios would benefit Beasley as long as Beasley isn't held out or held back himself. Monitor updates on Beasley, Brown and quarterback Josh Allen as Week 17 approaches. If Beasley's a go, he should be worthy of starting as a WR3 or flex in deep PPR leagues, albeit without having a particularly high ceiling.

Dec. 26th • 11:06 AM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Josh Allen
Matt Barkley
RB Devin Singletary
Zack Moss
LWR Stefon Diggs
Isaiah McKenzie
RWR John Brown
Duke Williams
SWR Cole Beasley
Robert Foster
TE Dawson Knox
Jason Croom
LT Dion Dawkins
Ty Nsekhe
LG Quinton Spain
Daryl Williams
C Mitch Morse
Evan Boehm
RG Jon Feliciano
Spencer Long
RT Cody Ford
Victor Salako
LDE Mario Addison
Trent Murphy
LDT Ed Oliver
Quinton Jefferson
RDT Star Lotulelei
Vernon Butler
RDE Jerry Hughes
A.J. Epenesa
WLB A.J. Klein
Vosean Joseph
MLB Tremaine Edmunds
Tyler Matakevich
SLB Matt Milano
Tyrel Dodson
RCB Josh Norman
Levi Wallace
SS Jordan Poyer
Jaquan Johnson
FS Micah Hyde
Dean Marlowe
LCB Tre'Davious White
E.J. Gaines
NB Taron Johnson
Siran Neal
K Stephen Hauschka
Tyler Bass