Buffalo Bills tight end Scott Chandler made the most out of what he could get from Ryan Fitzpatrick on Sunday. Chandler caught all three passes directed to him and finished with 34 yards through the air. His 34 yards were second to Donald Jones' 51 team-high for the Bills.
Chandler has been a curious fantasy tight end in 2011 for Ryan Fitzpatrick and the Bills. The 6-foot-7 Iowa product had only caught 18 passes entering Buffalo's Week 10 matchup against the Dallas Cowboys, but a third of them have gone for touchdowns.
The massive tight end opened the season with four touchdowns in three games, but for the next three games, he piled up an impressive four receptions and nine yards, so he was likely dropped by almost every fantasy owner. Of course, he followed up that stinkfest with a two-touchdown performance against the Redskins. Entering the Cowboys game, he was the greatest feast-or-famine player in the league.