Buffalo Bills: Willis McGahee gained exactly 1,000 yards in 11 starts. If he maintains that pace over 16 games in 2005, he'll finish with 1,454 yards. That's basically what Travis Henry did in 2002, and what Henry would have done in 2003 had he not missed one game. Even so, McGahee was a far more consistent runner all season, and his improvement down the stretch suggests that he'll be even more effective in 2005 once he's another year recovered from a torn ACL. As for Henry, I'd toss him back even though he will almost certainly be traded to a team that intends to start him. Teams desperate for new starting tailbacks tend to have pathetic offensive lines. Another keeper candidate many fantasy owners will consider is receiver Lee Evans, who scored seven times in his final six games. No matter what the Bills do at quarterback (whether they stay with Drew Bledsoe, who hasn't topped 300 yards in 30 starts, or J.P. Losman, who attempted just five passes as a rookie), you have to figure Evans will continue to improve in his second year.
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