The Bucs, in consultation with the NFL and the Tampa Sports Authority, had been waiting to assess damage from Hurricane Irma, which made its way through the Tampa Bay area Sunday and early parts of Monday morning. Raymond James Stadium, where the Buccaneers play their home games, was used as a staging area for local law enforcement and the military during the storm.
Miller is the Bears pass-catcher who I think is bound for the most new work after the Kevin White injury. He’s athletic and has exceptional hands and should serve as at least a safety valve for Mike Glennon. Much like Clay, Miller has the chance to lead his team in targets in any given week. He’s a usable tight end for those who don’t have a certain option there already.
With the devastating news that Allen Robinson has an ACL injury that will shelve him for the season, there’s a major void in the Jacksonville offense. Lee went catchless in Week 1, which is admittedly disconcerting. So too is that this offense — ideally — is a run-centric attack that complements what was a ferocious defense in Week 1. However, Lee had a quietly steady season in 2016 (at least four catches in 11 games) and is bound for an uptick in targets. He’s not the only Jaguars wide receiver due for more work, but he’s an add in 12-team or larger leagues with eventual flex potential.
The Bills are going to be a low-volume passing game — read the Tyrod Taylor entry above — but Clay has a chance to be its focal point. He snagged a target share of 37.5 percent in Week 1, resulting in four catches and a touchdown. Unless and until we see a receiver emerge in Buffalo, Clay could wind up being the pass-catcher you want. He’s an add for managers who don’t have one of the Tier 1 tight ends (Kelce, Gronkowski, Reed, etc.), as Clay has top-10 potential.