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|Primarily known for his fantasy value as Charles’ handcuff in the Kansas City backfield, Knile Davis showed up and impressed when given the chance in 2014. When Charles went down with a high ankle sprain early in Week 2 , Davis jumped right in and took over the duties as the Chiefs’ primary ball carrier, racking up 28 total touches for 105 total yards in that game. The next week, he continued to roll as he rushed for 132 yards and a touchdown. Charles returned in a Week 4 blowout win over the Patriots, but Davis still got 16 carries for 107 yards. From that point on, Davis primarily saw the field as Charles’ backup, but it’s that type of step-in-and-dominate skill that makes Davis one of, if not the most valuable handcuff in all of fantasy football. Expect more of the same from Davis this season, but understand that Charles does have a long injury history and Davis owners could be one injury away from having a fantasy RB1 on their hands.
| Spencer Ware to start, West pushing to play|
West, long-shot to play
By: Mike Krueger | Sun Nov 29, 9:15 am
|On KCChiefs RBs: Spencer Ware will start, RB Knile Davis will be active. It's a long-shot for Charcandrick West to play, but he's pushing. (Ian Rapoport on Twitter)|
FFToday's Take: West missed practice all week and it's likely he will be made inactive this morning but he's not officially been declared out as of yet. Ware is a volume-based play in a mediocre matchup against the Bills. This game figure to be low-scoring, so consider Ware an RB2 if/when West is made inactive.
| Charcandrick West misses practice Thursday|
Reid optimistic both could play Sunday
By: Mike Krueger | Thu Nov 26, 8:00 pm
|Running back Charcandrick West and wide receiver De’Anthony Thomas remained on the sidelines during Chiefs practice on Thursday.
West injured his calf and Thomas suffered concussionlike symptoms in the Chiefs’ victory at San Diego last Sunday. On Wednesday, Chiefs coach Andy Reid said he was optimistic both could play this Sunday against Buffalo at Arrowhead Stadium.
(Kansas City Star)|
FFToday's Take: It's encouraging that Reid feels optimistic but it would be nice to see the Chiefs running back get some practice time in Friday. If West is unable to play this week, Spencer Ware would likely draw the start against the Bills with Knile Davis filling a backup role.