Oh my god! A Bills player as a stud pickup! What are you thinking! Yeah, I know, sounds ridiculous, doesn't it? But it's true. If there has been one consistency for this Bills team, it's been Steve Johnson. Johnson was slated as the #2 Wide Receiver on the Bills depth chart splitting out opposite of Lee Evans up until this past week, when Roscoe Parrish put Steve Johnson back into his normal slot receiver role. You would think that would decrease his value and play, right? Wrong.
Ryan Fitzpatrick has clearly had very good chemistry with Steve Johnson, catching a touchdown pass in each of the past 3 games, and has at least 3 receptions and 30+ yards in every game this season. It makes sense as to why he's scoring touchdowns too, as he's listed at 6'2 (Some places, 6'3) so he's a pretty tall receiver who has very good hands and is playing with a small wide receiver core (Evans and Parrish listed at 5'9 and 5'10 respectively).
The Bills offense is mediocre, but Steve Johnson's play has been very good these past 3 weeks. The Bills offense can only go up from here as well, right? The Bills are on a bye-week for week 6, but if you have room, snag him and see what happens.
Best Case Scenario: Low-End #2 Receiver/High End Flex Option
Worst Case Scenario: Emergency Option/Handcuff
Probable Scenario: Low-End #3 Receiver/Flex Option