The Bills and Ravens played a game on Sunday without many relevant fantasy players. But owners should take notice of which players performed well and make adjustments based on that information. Here are five pieces of advice for anyone who didn't get a chance to watch the game between these two teams.

1. LeSean McCoy is Matchup-proof

When McCoy is healthy, he cannot be benched. Today he proved that by scoring the lone Bills touchdown, rushing for 58 yards, and tacking on 12 more receiving yards. McCoy was able to do all this against an elite Ravens defense whose first priority was clearly to shut down the run.

The fact that McCoy was able to rack up 12 fantasy points is great news for fantasy owners who can now start him with confidence for the rest of the regular season.

2. Justin Forsett and Terrance West split carries

Fantasy owners had no idea who would lead the Ravens backfield heading into the regular season. After Sunday's game, fantasy players won't be happy with either of these two options. Forsett managed only 41 rushing yards on ten carries and scored only five fantasy points on the day. Terrance West didn't do any better, getting just 32 yards on his twelve carries. For now, it's best for fantasy owners to steer clear of this backfield.

3. Bills Defense elite even without key defenders

The Bills had just one touchdown drive during the game and only managed to attempt one field goal.

The defense remained stout despite the poor offensive performance, allowing just 13 points, seven of which came on a terrible miscommunication. In the future, it may be wise for fantasy owners to avoid playing fringe players against the Bills defense. The defensive line had no problem getting to Joe Flacco and the Bills have two elite cornerbacks shutting down opposing fantasy wide receivers.

4. Don't worry about Sammy Watkins

Watkins managed to catch just four passes for 43 receiving yards. At first glance, that looks concerning. But that's almost half of Tyrod's passing yards and Watkins dropped what would have been at least a 15 yard catch later in the game. The Bills offense was stuck in neutral for a majority of the game, and this shouldn't be expected every time.

Watkins is the best receiver on the Bills by far and Tyrod will make a more concerted effort to get it to him next game.

5. Tyrod Taylor isn't great Fantasy Quarterback

Today, Tyrod proved that he isn't a great player for fantasy Football this season. He never passes for enough yardage to truly be elite and he relies on his legs far too much to be a solid fantasy starter. He also chose not to throw the ball deep in this game, a bad sign for a quarterback who picked up a lot of points doing that last year.

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