The Buffalo Bills will be a little short-handed in the passing game when they take on the Jacksonville Jaguars in London this week. Per reports, speedy wide receiver Percy Harvin did not travel with the team to London and will miss their week seven contest due to a hip injury.

Harvin was injured during week five and was inactive last week, making this his second missed game in a row. It was previously reported that Harvin could miss multiple weeks and it’s possible he could be out even longer. Robert Woods and Chris Hogan could be in for large roles this week, as fellow wide receiver Sammy Watkins is also questionable to play, although he made the trip. Running back Karlos Williams also stayed in Buffalo and will be inactive for week seven.

Fantasy Insight

Fantasy owners shouldn’t miss Harvin too much this week, as they already knew he was hurt two weeks ago and have since made plans to replace him. That being said, Woods and Hogan will see their targets rise with Harvin and possibly Watkins both out. Tight end Charles Clay should also see a bigger workload, while running back LeSean McCoy could be more involved in the passing game, as well. All three could end up being interesting players to target in daily fantasy leagues.

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