Curtis Samuel Fantasy Stats

#1 WR  |  Buffalo Bills

Height / Weight 5'11"  /  195 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age) Aug 11, 1996 (27)
Experience 8 seasons
Drafted 2017  /  Rd. 2  /  Pk. 40   (CAR)
College Ohio State

Season Stats

Career 91 317 486 3383 22 53 7.0 10.7 121 715 5.9 7 3 2 9.9 896.8

Game Log

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18Jan 7, 2024WASDAL2415093.87.511515.00005.0

Bills Depth Chart


Josh Allen

Mitchell Trubisky


James Cook

Ray Davis

Ty Johnson


Keon Coleman

Justin Shorter


Curtis Samuel

Mack Hollins

Chase Claypool


Khalil Shakir

Marquez Valdes-Scantling


Dalton Kincaid

Dawson Knox

Quintin Morris


Dion Dawkins

Tylan Grable


David Edwards

Alec Anderson


Connor McGovern

Sedrick Van Pran-Granger


O'Cyrus Torrence

Travis Clayton


Spencer Brown

La'el Collins


Mike Edwards

Damar Hamlin


Greg Rousseau

Casey Toohill

Dawuane Smoot


Ed Oliver

DeWayne Carter

Austin Johnson


DaQuan Jones

DeShawn Williams

Eli Ankou


Von Miller

A.J. Epenesa

Javon Solomon


Matt Milano

Edefuan Ulofoshio


Terrel Bernard

Deion Jones


Dorian Williams

Nicholas Morrow


Rasul Douglas

Kaiir Elam


Cole Bishop

Taylor Rapp


Christian Benford

Daequan Hardy

Ja'Marcus Ingram


Taron Johnson

Cam Lewis

Curtis Samuel News

Curtis Samuel  • WR  •  Bills

Curtis Samuel A Prime Sleeper Candidate

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Curtis Samuel is set to play with the best quarterback of his career in 2024, and his best season of production came under current Bills offensive coordinator Joe Brady with the Carolina Panthers in 2020. Samuel racked up 1,051 yards and seven touchdowns on 118 touches during his one season with Brady. According to Jacob Robinson of the Athletic, Samuel could be more involved in the offense than many expect. "Still just 27 years old, the explosive Samuel is now in one of the league's best offenses (with over 260 targets available)," Robinson wrote. "It's the best opportunity of his career, yet he's being drafted as the 40th wide receiver or later." Robinson noted that Khalil Shakir is the only wide receiver on the roster to catch a pass from Josh Allen in a game, so Samuel will have the opportunity to become at least Allen's No. 2 target in the passing game. Samuel, who has 121 career rushing attempts, could also see extra fantasy production on the ground.
Jul 2   
Curtis Samuel  • WR  •  Bills

Bills Sign Curtis Samuel To Three-Year Deal

The Buffalo Bills signed free-agent wide receiver Curtis Samuel to a three-year, $24 million deal on Thursday that includes $15 million guaranteed. The deal is worth a maximum of $30 million. Since seeing Gabe Davis depart for the Jacksonville Jaguars in free agency earlier this week, the Bills have added Mack Hollins and Samuel as receiver additions for quarterback Josh Allen. Samuel, 27, spent the last three seasons with the Washington Commanders, combining for 132 catches on 192 targets for 1,296 yards and eight touchdowns in 38 games (26 starts). He will provide some much-needed receiving depth in Buffalo behind Stefon Diggs, Khalil Shakir and tight end Dalton Kincaid, but Samuel doesn't figure to be much more than a WR3/flex option in deeper fantasy leagues on a weekly basis in 2024.
Mar 14   
Curtis Samuel  • WR  •  Commanders

Curtis Samuel Quiet In Blowout Loss To Dallas

Washington Commanders wide receiver Curtis Samuel caught two of four targets for 15 yards along with one carry for 15 yards during Sunday's loss to the Dallas Cowboys. For the third straight week, Samuel had himself a quiet performance as Washington's offense struggled to get anything going for most of Week 18. With the Commanders heading into the offseason, the seventh-year receiver is set to be an unrestricted free agent. While wide receivers are becoming more valuable than ever, it wouldn't be surprising to see Samuel donning a different uniform in 2024.
Jan 8   
Curtis Samuel  • WR  •  Commanders

Curtis Samuel A Flex Option In Week 18

After a couple of rough weeks in a row, Washington Commanders wide receiver Curtis Samuel (hamstring) will aim to bounce back in Week 18. Despite missing Thursday's practice with a hamstring injury, the seventh-year receiver was removed from Washington's injury report and appears to be good to go for this week's matchup against the Dallas Cowboys. Although this game is meaningless for the Commanders, Samuel has been a main target for quarterback Sam Howell this season. That connection could bring him into speculative start territory, but with Howell looking putrid lately, it still doesn't spark much confidence. Consider Samuel a flex option for the final week of the regular season.
Jan 5   
Curtis Samuel  • WR  •  Commanders

Curtis Samuel Misses Thursday's Practice With Hamstring Injury

Washington Commanders wide receiver Curtis Samuel (hamstring) was on the initial Week 18 injury report on Wednesday but practiced in full, so his downgrade to a non-participant on Thursday should raise some eyebrows. It's possible the Commanders are just resting the 27-year-old wideout heading into the final game of their season, but we'll have a better idea of his Week 18 status against the Dallas Cowboys after the team practices on Friday. Washington has nothing left to play for this season, so it's a legitimate setback for Samuel, the Commanders will most likely hold him out this Sunday. He's been inconsistent for fantasy managers in D.C. on a weekly basis, catching a total of 60 passes for 598 yards and four touchdowns in 15 games in his third year with the team. If Samuel doesn't play this weekend, it would open up a bigger role for Jahan Dotson behind Terry McLaurin.
Jan 4   
Curtis Samuel  • WR  •  Commanders

Curtis Samuel Quiet For Second Straight Week

Washington Commanders wide receiver Curtis Samuel caught three of four targets for 33 yards during Sunday's loss to the San Francisco 49ers. With Washington's offense struggling to gain momentum for most of this matchup, Samuel fell into another disappointing stat line. After impressing for three straight games, the seventh-year receiver has now put up two mediocre performances in a row. In Week 18, the Commanders will take on the Dallas Cowboys at home. With these rough outings, Samuel will aim to end his season on a higher note next week.
Dec 31   
Curtis Samuel  • WR  •  Commanders

Curtis Samuel A Low-End Flex In Week 17

After a rough outing in Week 16 where he was held to just one catch, Washington Commanders wide receiver Curtis Samuel could have a slightly better performance in Week 17. This week, the Commanders are taking on the San Francisco 49ers. With their ability to stop the run, the 49ers have been more of a pass funnel defense this season, so there could be plenty of receiving opportunities to go around in this matchup. However, things aren't as stable as they appeared heading into this game as starting quarterback Jacoby Brissett (hamstring) is now questionable. If he doesn't play, and struggling quarterback Sam Howell leads the offense, Samuel would have a much lower floor this week. Due to the circumstances surrounding Washington's quarterback situation, Samuel should be considered a low-end flex in Week 17.
Dec 29   
Curtis Samuel  • WR  •  Commanders

Curtis Samuel Held To Just One Catch In Week 16

Washington Commanders wide receiver Curtis Samuel caught one of six targets for 16 yards along with two carries for four yards during Sunday's loss to the New York Jets. After hauling in two touchdowns during Week 15, Samuel had a tough time bringing in his targets this week. The Jets have a great pass defense, so some struggles were expected, but this was pretty disappointing from the seventh-year receiver. With an upcoming matchup against the San Francisco 49ers, the hope is that Samuel can have a better day in Week 17.
Dec 24   
Curtis Samuel  • WR  •  Commanders

Curtis Samuel A Flex Option Against Jets

Washington Commanders wide receiver Curtis Samuel could be a solid option in Week 16. This week, the Commanders are taking on the New York Jets on the road. Although the Jets have one of the best pass defenses in the NFL, the seventh-year receiver has seen consistent usage on a weekly basis with quarterback Sam Howell zeroing in on him. After two touchdowns last week, Samuel has a chance to be a decent fill-in for fantasy rosters struggling with injuries. Consider him a flex play against the Jets in Week 16.
Dec 22   
Curtis Samuel  • WR  •  Commanders

Curtis Samuel Finds End Zone Twice In Week 15

Washington Commanders wide receiver Curtis Samuel caught five of nine targets for 41 yards and two touchdowns during Sunday's loss to the Los Angeles Rams. It was another productive day for Samuel as he finished second on the team in receiving yards and targets, while also hauling in a touchdown from each Washington quarterback. The seventh-year receiver's touchdown from quarterback Jacoby Brissett was an important one as it brought the Commanders within one score of the Rams late. Unfortunately, the team never got the ball back. However, it was an impressive outing for Samuel, nonetheless. With an upcoming matchup against the New York Jets in Week 16, Samuel could be a name to consider as a starting option.
Dec 18