The Buffalo Bills lost to the New York Jets by a final score of 37-31 on Thursday night. The Jets absolutely torched the Bills defense in the second half with a combination of great wide receiver play and fantastic quarterbacking from Ryan Fitzpatrick. Along the way, we learned plenty about what these two teams will bring to their fantasy owners in the future.

1. Matt Forte Gets Enough Work to Be Elite.

Forte didn't have a great game, but his extreme workload resulted in a huge fantasy game. Forte received a whopping 30 carries and was only able to rack up 100 rushing yards with them. But Forte also scored three touchdowns, giving him 28 fantasy points for the day.

Forte got all the goal line carries and will continue to be an elite fantasy back as long as the Jets continue to use him like this.

2. Eric Decker is a Must-Start Player.

The Jets wide receiver scores a touchdown almost every game and Thursday was no different. Decker caught six passes for 126 yards and a touchdown, leading all Jets wide receivers in the process. Fitzpatrick is clearly focused on getting Decker the ball and his usage makes Decker a fringe top 10 fantasy wide receiver every week.

3. Time for Sammy Watkins Owners to Panic.

Last week, I suggested that it was too early for Watkins owners to worry. After Watkins' performance this week, all fantasy owners should be a little more concerned.

Watkins caught just two passes for 20 receiving yards and is clearly still struggling with an injury. It's too early to drop him, but it might be worth it to trade him away for a more productive player like Michael Crabtree.

4. Quincy Enunwa is a Week 3 Waiver Wire Target.

The third wide receiver on the Jets depth chart proved himself on Thursday night by catching six passes for 92 receiving yards.

That production came on a night when both Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker recorded more than100 receiving yards. That's a good sign forEnunwa, who could be worth a spot play in future fantasy matchups.

5. Tyrod Taylor is Not Good.

As a Bills fan, it really hurts to write that sentence. But it was clearly true as Tyrod missed plenty of easy and open throws on Thursday night.

Taylor was still able to salvage his fantasy value by throwing a pair of deep bombs to Marquise Goodwin and Greg Salas.Those fluky plays helped Tyrod score 23 fantasy points, but should certainly not be expected in future games. Fantasy owners should keep Tyrod Taylor on the bench and place him in the starting lineup for only the best matchups in the future.

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