Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant could expect more defensive coverage from the Buffalo Bills since Miles Austin is out for Sunday's game. That could cause for a dip in production if the Buffalo defense focuses in on Bryant more, but he also might see a few more targets his way since Austin is out.
Over at numberFire they are projecting Bryant to be the No. 10 wide receiver for Week 10, however they are also saying that Bryan is a high risk player this week in part because of MIles not suiting up.
However, in Bryan's two years he is a more productive player at home when it comes to scoring touchdowns:
Cowboys WR Dez Bryant is all about home cooking apparently. Heading into Week 10 vs. Buffalo, Bryant has scored eight of his 12 career touchdowns (including punt returns) at home, which include three of his four touchdowns this season. Bryant has a touchdown in two games against the AFC East this season, which includes seven catches for 149 yards. The Bills are yielding 22 Fantasy points per week to WRs, which is tied for ninth-highest in the NFL. WRs have also totaled six touchdowns against Buffalo.
Here are the complete Week 10 wide receiver projections by numberFire: