Answering Week 6's biggest fantasy football questions

Need some help setting your lineup this week? NFL Nation reporters answer the biggest fantasy questions -- provided by ESPN fantasy football analyst Mike Clay -- across the league for Week 6.

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Buffalo Bills

Do you expect one of the team's backup tight ends to be a consistent target in the passing game while Charles Clay is out?

The only candidate is Nick O'Leary, who had a career-high five catches for 54 yards on Sunday. With Clay down, O'Leary -- a sixth-round pick in 2015 -- is now the receiver or tight end with the most experience playing with QB Tyrod Taylor. Given how Taylor has targeted his wide receivers an average of 10 times per game, the lowest rate in the NFL for a group of wide receivers since at least 2001, I believe O'Leary can become Taylor's favorite target until Clay returns. Coach Sean McDermott noted Monday that he likes the direction O'Leary is headed and that O'Leary has Taylor's trust. -- Mike Rodak

Miami Dolphins

Jarvis Landry has enjoyed a massive 32 percent target share so far. Should we expect something similar moving forward?

It's unreasonable for that to continue for 16 games because it's not working. The Dolphins are last in the NFL in scoring, total offense and passing offense. They need to give the ball more to running back Jay Ajayi and receivers Kenny Stills and DeVante Parker (if healthy) to have long-term success. -- James Walker