As fantasy season inches closer, questions about draft order and players abound. Who will be the first round draft choices? Where should players look to snag a quarterback? And one of the more important questions is which teams will offer the best Fantasy Football players to owners? In this article, we'll take a look at the fantasy players on the Bills and rank them in order of value.

1. LeSean McCoy.

The Buffalo Bills running back was one of the best players in the league last season, and one of the best fantasy players as well. McCoy had 1,267 rushing yards and 13 rushing additions.

The Bills also used him in the passing game, as McCoy caught 50 passes for 356 yards, statistics that are even more valuable when you consider PPR leagues. In ESPN standard scoring, McCoy ranked third among all running backs in fantasy points. McCoy is currently being drafted in the first round of most fantasy leagues and is clearly the most valuable player on the Bills.

2. Sammy Watkins.

The Bills wide receiver struggled with injuries in 2016, and finished with only 430 yards and two touchdowns. Watkins scored only 53 fantasy points and had only one double digit performance in his disappointing campaign. Fantasy owners who spent a 4th or 5th round pick on Sammy were extremely disappointed with their return on investment, and likely won't make the same mistake again this year.

However, Watkins is still one of the best wide receivers in the league when healthy, and could provide massive returns to the owner who believes he will stay healthy all year.

3. Tyrod Taylor.

One of the sneakily best players in fantasy football last year was quarterback Tyrod Taylor. In ESPN standard scoring, he ranked 11th among all quarterbacks in scoring, just outside the top 10, and he didn't even play in the last game!

If he had scored his average number of points, he would have finished 7th in scoring. His rushing ability helps make Tyrod Taylor a low risk fantasy play and he offers some upside to fantasy owners looking for a quarterback late.

4. Charles Clay.

Fantasy owners looking for a sleeper tight end should look no further than Charles Clay.

The Bills don't pass much, but without Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin, Clay should be Tyrod's second favorite target. If Tyrod can figure out how to throw it over the middle of the field, Clay will improve tremendously and score way more than the 4.6 points per game he averaged last season. In your fantasy drafts, remember that he scored in double digit fantasy points in three of the last four games.

5. Bills D/ST.

Other than the four players listed above, Buffalo doesn't have any fantasy players worth drafting. That means the Bills D/ST lands at 5th on this list. With Sean McDermott at the helm, the Bills defense will attack more, and players like Jerry Hughes and Shaq Lawson will be free to rush the passer. That means more sacks and more fantasy points for a Buffalo defense that already had a lot of talent on it.