Does Gabe Davis play Monday night? Fantasy injury update for Bills-Titans Week 2 Monday Night Football

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Gabe Davis (ankle) was added to the Bills’ injury report on Saturday afternoon and has a “questionable” injury tag ahead of Buffalo’s Monday night clash with Tennessee. Davis’ status will certainly factor into fantastic starting and sitting decisions, so knowing his latest injury updates – and who benefits if Davis misses Buffalo’s Week 2 contest – will be key ahead of one of your last roster calls of the week.

We’ll continue to update this article with news on Davis until the official active/inactive report comes out at 6:45 p.m. ET Monday night.

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Does Gabe Davis play Sunday night?

Davis (ankle) was a surprise addition to Buffalo injury report Saturday and was given a “questionable” tag following his limited participation in Saturday’s practice. It’s good news that Davis was able to train to some extent, but his “questionable” status surely complicates matters for fantasy owners who had Davis locked in their starting lineups before.

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After running a route every pass in Buffalo’s Week 1 win over the Rams, there’s a chance Davis won’t be able to record a similar route appearance if he ends up playing Monday night. Even though Davis fails to run a route with every pass snap in Week 2, he’s still a staple if he’s active. SN Fantasy has Davis as the No. 14 WR in standard rating and No. 12 WR in PPR rating.

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If Davis fails to adapt to MNF, fellow WRs Isaiah McKenzie, Jamison Crowder, Jake Kumerow and Khalil Shakir will likely see an increase in snaps to fill his void. While Buffalo’s offense is arguably the strongest unit in the NFL, you’re still better off starting one of your bench WRs rather than adding one of his aforementioned backups to your roster. departure. With Davis playing on Monday Night Football, you may not have that luxury, and if you’re desperate for a replacement for Davis, we’d recommend starting McKenzie if he’s available. You can also pick someone like Jamison Crowder, Treylon Burks, Kyle Philips, KJ Osborn, or Quez Watkins as your Desperation replacement. At this point, it looks like Davis will be worth the wait, but have a plan ready if you need to pivot quickly.

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Davis’ availability is definitely having an effect on QB Josh Allen, and if Davis isn’t playing on MNF, there’s a chance Allen will rely on his running ability a little more than usual. Still, we’re not too worried about this week’s QB1.

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