Scott Chandler Could Be A Fantasy TE1

Sept. 16, 2012; Orchard Park, NY, USA; Buffalo Bills tight end Scott Chandler (84) catches the ball for a touchdown during the first half against the Kansas City Chiefs at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Timothy T. Ludwig-US PRESSWIRE

Scott Chandler Scores. We break down the fantasy implications.

Scott Chandler caught a TD as part of his two-catch, 53-yard day in the easy win over the Chiefs.

Analysis: Chandler saw five targets in this game and was Fitzpatrick's security blanket on a lot of routes. He should continue to see snaps and run more routes with David Nelson out for the year. Buffalo is going to run the ball a lot to help set up the pass, so Chandler doesn't have that high of an upside. If you're looking to replace Aaron Hernandez, you could do worse than Chandler. It's worth noting that Donald Jones only had one catch for -1 yards.

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