Crowder signed in Buffalo this season, but he might be a bench receiver for the Bills and nothing more. Cole Beasley is gone, but the team reportedly really likes Isaiah McKenzie as their slot wideout, pushing Crowder into a small role. That's why Crowder is not worth drafting in any league.
Crowder signed with Buffalo after spending his first seven seasons with the Commanders and Jets. The 2015 fourth-round pick has some limitations, including a lack of work near the goal line (25 career end zone targets), a role limited to the short range (career 7.5 average depth of target) and shaky durability (at least four missed games three of the last four seasons). He's been busy when healthy, though, posting a target share of at least 17% each of the last five seasons. He has a path to a share in that range again this seaso, but he'll first need to pass Isaiah McKenzie in order to take over as team's replacement for Cole Beasley in the slot. Crowder is 29 years old and has never had a top-25 fantasy campaign, so while his ceiling is limited, Buffalo's elite, pass-heavy offense is enough to make him worth a late-round flier.
While Jamison Crowder did well with the Jets under former head coach Adam Gase, he was ill-suited to the scheme which came in when Robert Saleh became coach. On top of that, he and rookie quarterback Zach Wilson never synced up, and Crowder had to deal with injury and illness. He should bounce back a little bit with Josh Allen as his quarterback, and will pick up right where Cole Beasley left off. He should return to the 600-700 yard range, and have more value in PPR leagues since he tends to get a lot of catches to make up his yardage total. He won't see too much of an increase in touchdowns though, which will keep him as no more than a bye week or bench player for many fantasy leagues.