3 reasons why Bills' running back James Cook will have a career year in 2024

James Cook could explode for fantasy football managers in 2024.

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For the first time since 2017, the Buffalo Bills have themselves a running back that was able to rush for over 1,000 yards in a season in James Cook. The last back for them that was able to accomplish this was none other than LeSean McCoy. Cook came alive this season for the Bills and was able to take pressure off of the passing game in various games. Not only did he do damage on the ground, but he was a valuable receiving option for Josh Allen.

Despite only getting two rushing touchdowns, he was able to get four receiving touchdowns and recorded 8 games of 70+ rushing yards. Cook was the reason why the Bills handled the Dallas Cowboys with no worries in a 31-10 blowout victory. He had 25 carries for 179 yards, 2 catches for 42 yards and 2 total touchdowns.

Going into year three with the Bills, Cook will have a career year.