Scott Chandler limited in Week 5, fantasy value remains stable

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Buffalo Bills tight end Scott Chandler was limited in Week 5. We breakdown the fantasy implications.

Buffalo Bills tight end Scott Chandler was limited against the San Francisco 49ers in Week 5. The Bills went across country to face a tough NFC team, in which they were bested. The Bills pass-catching tight end caught six balls for only 40 yards and was held out of the end zone. He also cost his team a fumble.

Fantasy Analysis: Chandler, 6'7", is a big target for quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick and integral part of their passing offense. He's had a pretty solid season so far, and you can find him starting in a lot of fantasy leagues. His lackluster performance in Week 5 is nothing for fantasy owners to panic over -- San Francisco has a unique defense. If you've decided to roll with Chandler this season, there's no need to change gears now.

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