It’s Week 9 of the 2020 NFL season, which brings us the second matchup of the season between the all-time leaders in touchdown passes. Tom Brady’s lead is one over Drew Brees.
And it might even get overshadowed by the return of a wide receiver named Antonio Brown.
NFL Nation is here to answer the biggest fantasy questions surrounding the Saints-Buccaneers matchup and all of the rest of the games — provided by ESPN fantasy football analyst Mike Clay.
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Can we expect John Brown to get back on track against a Seattle defense struggling against wideouts?
If it doesn’t happen this game, when will it, right? Brown has battled various injuries over the past several weeks and has just five catches over his past four games after starting the season with 10 catches for 152 yards and two scores in Weeks 1 and 2. The Bills have an opportunity to exploit a Seahawks pass defense that is trending toward being historically bad, and given the number of times Buffalo is expected to throw the ball, Brown should be a solid flex play. — Marcel Louis-Jacques
How worried should we be about Miami’s offensive weapons following so little production in Tua Tagovailoa’s debut?
Somewhat worried. Dolphins offensive coordinator Chan Gailey admitted he tweaked the game plan so that the offense wouldn’t take many chances after going up big in the first half. He expects a more expanded plan vs. the Cardinals. That being said, Tagovailoa isn’t as advanced or comfortable within the scheme as Ryan Fitzpatrick, so it might be a few weeks before he catches up to his offensive production. So, down arrow for DeVante Parker, Preston Williams, Mike Gesicki & Co. for now. — Cameron Wolfe
Will Jakobi Meyers continue to produce at a high level once N’Keal Harry returns?
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