• Matt Forte - RB
    Posted 8/21/17 12:22pm ET

    New York Jets RB Matt Forte (hamstring) is not guaranteed to be healthy enough to play by Week 1, according to head coach Todd Bowles.

    Huddle Up: Forte is starting this season off on the wrong foot. He will have handed the backfield baton off to Bilal Powell even if healthy, but the longer Forte remains absent, the better for Powell. Powell is a legitimate PPR RB2 with Forte more suitable as a flex.

  • Josh McCown - QB
    Posted 8/21/17 4:00pm ET

    New York Jets QBs Josh McCown and Christian Hackenberg have been competing for the starting quarterback job during training camp, and head coach Todd Bowles said he will name the starting quarterback Monday, Aug. 28.

    Huddle Up: McCown probably is considered the leading candidate at this point after Hackenberg struggled in the second preseason game. Owners in all leagues should avoid the Jets quarterback no matter who is starting.

  • Bilal Powell - RB
    Posted 8/19/17 7:26pm ET

    New York Jets RB Bilal Powell had nine carries for 32 yards and two catches for 14 yards against the Detroit Lions in the preseason Saturday, Aug. 19.

    Huddle Up: Powell could end up being the best weapon for a Jets offense lacking much firepower. He figures to be on the receiving end of plenty of dump-offs, and he is a legitimate RB2 candidate in PPR formats.

  • Matt Forte - RB
    Posted 8/17/17 12:03pm ET

    New York Jets WRB Matt Forte (hamstring) will not practice Thursday, Aug. 17, and will not be playing in the Jets' second preseason game Saturday, Aug. 19.

    Huddle Up: The nagging hamstring injury is becoming somewhat of a concern for the 31-year-old running back. It doesn't seem to be serious enough for him to miss regular season time, but it should be monitored. Bilal Powell is the running back to own on the Jets anyway. Forte is no more than a flex consideration at this point in his career.

  • Quincy Enunwa - WR
    Posted 8/17/17 1:19pm ET

    New York Jets WR Quincy Enunwa (neck) is expected to undergo surgery on his neck sometime next week. Enunwa had hoped to avoid surgery after receiving a second opinion.

    Huddle Up: With Enunwa out for the season, Robby Anderson is the No. 1 wide receiver for the Jets heading into 2017. He has sleeper written all over him if he can stay healthy as the Jets will indubitably be forced to pass a lot this season. Take a chance on Anderson in the later rounds of fantasy drafts.

  • Josh McCown - QB
    Posted 8/17/17 3:16pm ET

    New York Jets QBs Josh McCown and Christian Hackenberg split snaps with the first-team offense during practice Thursday, Aug. 17.

    Huddle Up: McCown and Hackenberg appears to be competing for the starting quarterback with McCown probably having an edge because of his experience. Owners in all fantasy leagues should avoid the winner of this competition.

  • Bilal Powell - RB
    Posted 8/17/17 3:38pm ET

    New York Jets RB Bilal Powell (neck) will play in the preseason game against the Detroit Lions Saturday, Aug. 19.

    Huddle Up: Powell missed some time because of a neck injury but will receive some playing time against the Lions. Powell will be sharing work with Matt Forte this season but should receive a majority of the touches. He can be considered a low-end No. 2 or a No. 3 running back in fantasy leagues.

  • Matt Forte - RB
    Posted 8/16/17 3:58pm ET

    New York Jets RB Matt Forte (hamstring) was limited to individual drills during practice Wednesday, Aug. 16, and is not expected to play in the preseason game against the Detroit Lions Saturday, Aug. 19.

    Huddle Up: The Jets likely are taking things slow with Forte, and it appears he has a chance to be ready for the start of the regular season. He is expected to share snaps with Bilal Powell this season but may serve as the No. 2 running back for the Jets. Owners can consider Forte a No. 3 or No. 4 running back in most leagues.

  • Bilal Powell - RB
    Posted 8/16/17 4:06pm ET

    New York Jets RB Bilal Powell (neck) fully participated in practice Wednesday, Aug. 16.

    Huddle Up: Powell appears to be recovered from his neck injury and could see some playing time in the second preseason game. He probably will see most of the snaps at running back this season and will also be involved in the passing game. Powell can be a low-end No. 2 running back in point-per-receptions leagues.

  • Bilal Powell - RB
    Posted 8/15/17 1:43pm ET

    New York Jets RB Bilal Powell (neck) participated in 7-on-7 drills Tuesday, Aug. 15, after being absent from practice for about a week and a half.

    Huddle Up: Powell is the Jets' running back to own this year, even if Matt Forte is healthy. Powell was a PPR machine in 2016 and there's no reason he can't be the same in 2017, especially in New York's abysmal offense that may be forced to pass a lot.

  • Matt Forte - RB
    Posted 8/14/17 3:30pm ET

    New York Jets RBs Bilal Powell (neck) and RB Matt Forte (hamstring) were limited to positional drills during practice Monday, Aug. 14.

    Huddle Up: It appears that Powell and Forte are making progress but they probably will miss the second preseason game. Both have a good chance to be ready for the start of the regular season, but owners will need to monitor the situation. Powell could receive more of the snaps at running back this season, but Forte will also be involved in the offense. Powell can be a low-end No. 2 or a No. 3 running back, while Forte is more of a No. 3 back.

  • Robby Anderson - WR
    Posted 8/12/17 8:25pm ET

    New York Jets WR Robby Anderson caught three passes for a game-high 71 yards in a 7-3 win over the Tennessee Titans in the preseason Saturday, Aug. 12.

    Huddle Up: Anderson is the best receiver the Jets have at this point, so volume alone should push him into the WR4 range.

  • Matt Forte - RB
    Posted 8/9/17 3:57pm ET

    New York Jets RB Bilal Powell (neck) and RB Matt Forte (hamstring) did not participate in practice Wednesday, Aug. 9, and are not expected to play in the preseason game against the Tennessee Titans Saturday, Aug. 12.

    Huddle Up: Powell and Forte continue to be sidelined by their injuries, so their status for the second preseason game is uncertain. They are expected to share work at running back this season, but Powell may see more touches in the offense. Powell can be a low-end No. 2 or a No. 3 running back in most standard leagues, while Forte could be a low-end No. 3 back.

  • Jalin Marshall - WR
    Posted 8/8/17 11:41am ET

    New York Jets WR Jalin Marshall is listed as the No. 2 wide receiver on the Jets' initial depth chart.

    Huddle Up: The Jets wide receiver corps is officially a crapshoot with Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker gone and with Quincy Enunwa out for the season. Robby Anderson is a legitimate sleeper, but Marshall and the rest of the group are late-round fliers or waiver wire pickups.

  • Matt Forte - RB
    Posted 8/8/17 6:07pm ET

    New York Jets RB Matt Forte (hamstring) and RB Bilal Powell (neck) did not participate in practice Tuesday, Aug. 8.

    Huddle Up: Forte and Powell have both missed several practices, but the team probably will not bring them back until they are 100 percent since they will have big roles in the offense. Both are expected to receive a solid amount of playing time, but Powell may receive more of the snaps during the season. Powell can be considered a low-end No. 2 or No. 3 running back in leagues, while Forte could be a low-end No. 3 back.

  • Matt Forte - RB
    Posted 8/7/17 11:35am ET

    New York Jets RB Matt Forte (hamstring) returned to practice Monday, Aug. 7.

    Huddle Up: Don't be surprised to see the Jets take it easy with their veteran runner going forward. Bilal Powell essentially supplanted Forte last season as the Jets' most fantasy relevant running back. Powell and Forte are RB2 and RB3 PPR options, respectively.

  • Quincy Enunwa - WR
    Posted 8/7/17 12:21pm ET

    New York Jets WR Quincy Enunwa (neck) is being placed on the Reserve/Injured list with a neck injury, according to a source.

    Huddle Up: It just keeps getting worse for the lowly Jets. Robby Anderson will now assume the No. 1 wide receiver position, with Charone Peake, ArDarius Stewart and Chad Hansen, among others, filling in behind. Anderson is the only draftable receiver right now, but a sleeper could emerge.

  • Quincy Enunwa - WR
    Posted 8/7/17 1:54pm ET

    Updating a previous report, New York Jets WR Quincy Enunwa (neck) is out six to nine months with a bulging disk in his neck, according to head coach Todd Bowles.

    Huddle Up: As stated earlier, Robby Anderson is suddenly a No. 1 wide receiver, albeit in an abysmal offense. Only Anderson, Bilal Powell and Matt Forte are the only Jets worth drafting.

  • Matt Forte - RB
    Posted 8/7/17 3:28pm ET

    Updating a previous report, New York Jets RB Matt Forte (hamstring) did some light work during practice Monday, Aug. 7, but sat out team drills.

    Huddle Up: Forte is slowly working his way back from his hamstring injury and may be limited for a few more days. He will be sharing snaps with Bilal Powell this season, which probably will hurt his value. Owners should consider him a No. 3 running back in most leagues.

  • Bilal Powell - RB
    Posted 8/7/17 3:35pm ET

    New York Jets RB Bilal Powell (neck) did not participate in practice Monday, Aug. 7.

    Huddle Up: Owners should keep an eye on the situation to see when Powell will be able to return to the field. Powell and Matt Forte probably will be sharing playing time this season, but Powell could be more involved in the offense because of his receiving ability. Powell can be a low-end No. 2 or a No. 3 running back in leagues.

  • Christian Hackenberg - QB
    Posted 8/7/17 3:51pm ET

    New York Jets QB Christian Hackenberg received some snaps with the first-team offense during practice Monday, Aug. 7.

    Huddle Up: Hackenberg was expected to compete with Josh McCown for the starting job during camp but has worked mostly with the second-team offense. Hackenberg could win the job if he performs well during the preseason but likely will be the No. 2 quarterback this season. Owners probably should avoid whoever the Jets starting quarterback will be this season.

  • Robby Anderson - WR
    Posted 8/7/17 10:49pm ET

    New York Jets WR Robby Anderson is out to a 'rough start' in training camp, according to Connor Hughes of NJ.com, who notes that the wide receiver is 'struggling to beat the press' and has 'dropped several easy completions.'

    Huddle Up: With Quincy Enunwa out for the season, it may be extra tempting to land Anderson's services, but just remember the team he plays for and its quarterback situation. Josh McCown figures to get first dibs at the starting job -- in which case Anderson can be counted on for decent production -- but when they inevitably go to Christian Hackenberg, that's when things could get ugly for all involved in this offense.

  • Quincy Enunwa - WR
    Posted 8/5/17 6:12pm ET

    New York Jets WR Quincy Enunwa (undisclosed) exited the scrimmage Saturday, Aug. 5, and walked to the locker room under his own power.

    Huddle Up: Enunwa is the top option for a thin receiving corps, and if he misses time, Robby Anderson would become the de facto No. 1 option and a potential WR5.

  • Quincy Enunwa - WR
    Posted 8/5/17 6:41pm ET

    Updating a previous report, New York Jets WR Quincy Enunwa (neck) is dealing with the same type of neck injury that bothered him during the spring, head coach Todd Bowles said Saturday, Aug. 5.

    Huddle Up: It sounds like the injury is minor, so Enunwa should be fine when Week 1 rolls around. He is the best receiver the Jets have, making him a volume-based WR4.

  • Bilal Powell - RB
    Posted 8/4/17 2:47pm ET

    New York Jets RB Bilal Powell (chest) left practice early Friday, Aug. 4, because he got the wind knocked out of him, according to head coach Todd Bowles.

    Huddle Up: Powell could miss a few days but should be fine moving forward. He should split time with Matt Forte this season and will be used as receiver out of the backfield. Owners should consider Powell as a low-end No. 2 or a No. 3 running back that can also be a weekly flex option.

  • Matt Forte - RB
    Posted 8/4/17 3:06pm ET

    New York Jets RB Matt Forte (hamstring) did not participate in practice Friday, Aug. 4.

    Huddle Up: Forte probably will not return until he is completely recovered from his hamstring injury. Forte is expected to share snaps with Bilal Powell this season but probably will receive a majority of the carries during the season. He probably can be considered a No. 3 running back in most fantasy leagues.

  • Matt Forte - RB
    Posted 8/1/17 12:19pm ET

    New York Jets RB Matt Forte (hamstring) did not practice Tuesday, Aug. 1. He is resting the hamstring he injured Monday, July 31.

    Huddle Up: The injury doesn't appear to be serious, but it's worth monitoring. Bilal Powell is the Jets' running back to own this year, but Forte isn't a pushover. He's still a mid-round consideration at 31 years old.

  • Robby Anderson - WR
    Posted 8/1/17 4:27pm ET

    New York Jets WR Robby Anderson (hamstring) returned to practice Tuesday, Aug. 1, after suffering a hamstring injury Monday, July 31.

    Huddle Up: No setbacks, at least not yet, for the Jets' No. 2 receiver. For the most part the Jets' offense is a fantasy cesspool, but Anderson has sleeper appeal as a flier in later rounds.

  • Matt Forte - RB
    Posted 8/1/17 4:21pm ET

    Updating a previous report, New York Jets RB Matt Forte (hamstring) is day-to-day with a hamstring injury, according to head coach Todd Bowles. The Jets will take it easy with their 31-year-old running back, especially since camp has just begun.

    Huddle Up: As stated earlier, Forte figures to hand the proverbial baton to Bilal Powell this year. Forte should not be forgotten, however. He's worth a look as a flex and provides a top-end handcuff for Powell owners.

  • Matt Forte - RB
    Posted 7/31/17 1:46pm ET

    New York Jets RB Matt Forte (hamstring) tweaked his hamstring at training camp Monday, July 31, according to head coach Todd Bowles. He was subsequently held out of team drills.

    Huddle Up: Forte may be given some time off or not practice as much in an effort to avoid aggravating the tweak. Forte has stayed relatively healthy throughout his nine-year NFL career, but 2017 could very well be the year Bilal Powell takes the reins from the veteran back. Forte is a decent flex option and a viable 'handcuff' for those who draft Powell.

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