Robby Anderson - WRPosted 7/19/18 6:39pm ET
New York Jets WR Robby Anderson is set to 'explode' and become a 'more complete player' in 2018, according to wide receivers coach Karl Dorrell.
Huddle Up: Anderson could be facing punishment for some issues off the field, but after nearly reaching 1,000 yards last year and flashing big-play potential, he is worth a look as a WR3.
Jermaine Kearse - WRPosted 7/18/18 5:06pm ET
New York Jets WR Jermaine Kearse is not on the roster bubble despite speculation that the club may move on from him, according to Brian Costello of the New York Post. Costello also believes Kearse can be a 'major player' in offensive coordinator Jeremy Bates' offense.
Huddle Up: The speculation of the Jets possibly dumping Kearse was fueled by their added depth at the wide receiver position, but it doesn't seem like that will happen. Kearse actually registered career highs across the board in receptions (65), targets (103) and yards (810) in his first year with the Jets, while also tying his high for touchdowns (five) in a season. He may have something to offer owners as a WR3.
Quincy Enunwa - WRPosted 7/13/18 2:21pm ET
New York Jets WR Quincy Enunwa likely will be used as a slot receiver this season with WRs Robby Anderson and Jermaine Kearse as the outside receivers, in the opinion of the New York Post's Brian Costello.
Huddle Up: Enunwa is coming off a neck injury but should be ready to participate in training camp. He played well before the injury but could see his targets drop a bit because of the other receivers on the roster. He has a chance to be a late-round pick in drafts that can be used against favorable matchups.
Isaiah Crowell - RBPosted 7/12/18 11:22am ET
New York Jets RB Isaiah Crowell probably will not be an every-down back for the Jets this season even though he believes he can handle the role, in the opinion of the New York Post's Brian Costello. RBs Bilal Powell and Elijah McGuire likely will be on the field for passing downs.
Huddle Up: Crowell is on track to receive most of the carries this season and should be the team's main running back. He should be considered a No. 2 or No. 3 running back in most standard leagues but will not be as valuable in point-per-reception leagues.
Bilal Powell - RBPosted 7/11/18 4:09pm ET
New York Jets RB Bilal Powell's production this season is expected to drop 'dramatically,' according to Brian Costello of the New York Post. That's mostly based on Powell likely getting fewer opportunities due to the team adding RB Isaiah Crowell and his anticipated durability. RB Elijah McGuire may also have an increased role as well.
Huddle Up: These are very valid points, as Powell was able to break out in the recent past thanks to injuries to Chris Ivory and Matt Forte. In the case of Crowell, though, the four-year veteran has played in all possible 64 games since entering the NFL, which will absolutely cut into any potential workload for Powell. Thus, owners shouldn't value him too highly this year.
Robby Anderson - WRPosted 7/6/18 7:41pm ET
New York Jets WR Robby Anderson brings 'a unique dimension to the offense,' according to Rich Cimini of ESPNNewYork.com, and Cimini believes Anderson could develop into a 'true No. 1 receiver' this year.
Huddle Up: Anderson nearly reached 1,000 receiving yards last year and scored seven times. He again looks like the best weapon in the passing game, and if he can just duplicate his 2017 numbers, he can be a useful WR3.
Robby Anderson - WRPosted 6/21/18 10:06am ET
New York Jets WR Robby Anderson pleaded no contest Thursday, June 21, to a reckless driving charge from an arrest in January. He was sentenced to six months of non-reporting probation.
Huddle Up: Anderson and the Jets can now focus on the offseason. The Jets need Anderson to stay healthy and to stay out of trouble as he is their most talented wide receiver. Everyone on the Jets has limited fantasy value, but Anderson is worth a late-round selection given his upside.
Elijah McGuire - RBPosted 6/15/18 7:16am ET
New York Jets RB Elijah McGuire is expected to be the third-down back, in the opinion of beat writer Manish Mehta.
Huddle Up: Add McGuire's name to your list of RB5 sleepers come draft day.
Josh McCown - QBPosted 6/14/18 10:35am ET
New York Jets QB Josh McCown will begin training camp as the starting quarterback, according to head coach Todd Bowles. The starter for Week 1, however, is up in the air.
Huddle Up: The Jets will have a legitimate competition between McCown, Sam Darnold and Teddy Bridgewater. McCown has the experience and past success to give him the edge, but Darnold and Bridgewater are young and talented. Whoever starts in New York will only be a bye-week replacement or spot start at best.
Sam Darnold - QBPosted 6/13/18 11:54am ET
New York Jets QB Sam Darnold will be the starting quarterback by Week 1 if he is able to handle everything the Jets are throwing at him, according to offensive coordinator Jeremy Bates. Head coach Todd Bowles has already said Darnold is an outstanding learner. Darnold said he's focused on learning as much as he can in a relatively short amount of time.
Huddle Up: Darnold has put together an impressive season, both before and after the draft. He'll need to beat out veteran Josh McCown and the healing Teddy Bridgewater, but the upside is evident. That upside is limited in redraft leagues, though. His allure primarily exists in dynasty formats.
Robby Anderson - WRPosted 6/13/18 3:14pm ET
New York Jets WR Robby Anderson said he does not expect to be suspended by the NFL for his off-field issues. He is still facing a misdemeanor reckless driving charge in one case, but the charges in the other case have been dropped.
Huddle Up: Owners will need to monitor the situation to see if Anderson will have to miss any time because of his off-field problems. He is coming off a solid 2017 season and probably will be the Jets' top receiver. He can be a No. 3 receiver in most leagues.
Teddy Bridgewater - QBPosted 6/9/18 1:21pm ET
New York Jets QB Sam Darnold could serve as the No. 3 quarterback to begin the 2018 season if QB Teddy Bridgewater wins the starting job, in the opinion of ESPNNewYork.com's Rich Cimini.
Huddle Up: Owners will need to monitor the situation during the preseason to see if Darnold is ready to play or if he needs some time to develop. Owners in most leagues should avoid the Jets quarterback no matter who is named the starter.
Isaiah Crowell - RBPosted 6/3/18 6:20pm ET
New York Jets RB Isaiah Crowell was called a 'pound-it back' by head coach Todd Bowles, and Bowles said Crowell reminds him of a younger version of retired RB Matt Forte.
Huddle Up: Crowell should see a lot of the early-down work for the Jets, and there could be enough touches here to support RB3 production.
Quincy Enunwa - WRPosted 6/3/18 6:44pm ET
New York Jets WR Quincy Enunwa said he 'definitely' considers himself a wide receiver now after being used in the slot, out wide and as a tight end in 2016.
Huddle Up: Enunwa missed all of last season with a neck injury, but he showed some promise in 2016. He could emerge as one of the main targets in the passing attack and is worth grabbing as a bench option in redraft formats.
Quincy Enunwa - WRPosted 5/31/18 5:55am ET
Updating previous reports, New York Jets WR Quincy Enunwa (neck) first experienced neck pain in Week 14 of the 2015 season, and it gradually got worse. 'It was easy. There was no rehab,' Enunwa said. 'I had the surgery. I had a brace for a little bit. I had to sleep a certain way for a few days. After that, it was nothing. I wasn't allowed to run (in the beginning). Otherwise, there was no rehab. Everything I did was for my legs, so when I got back I could run.'
Huddle Up: Enunwa is in his walk year, and he'll be leaned upon in the offense. He could ascend to the WR4 area by the end of training camp.
Quincy Enunwa - WRPosted 5/31/18 1:07pm ET
New York Jets WR Quincy Enunwa (neck) is being held out of team drills during offseason workouts because he is coming back from a neck injury.
Huddle Up: Enunwa may be eased back into team drills at the start of training camp but should be a full participant at some point during camp. He has played well when he is healthy and should be a top three receiver for the Jets in 2018. Owners should see how he performs during training camp because he could be a No. 4 or No. 5 receiver in deeper leagues.
Teddy Bridgewater - QBPosted 5/29/18 1:07am ET
New York Jets QB Teddy Bridgewater (knee) has 'generated a legitimate buzz' thus far in OTAs, according to Rich Cimini of ESPN.com. He performed well in the first practice and maintained that high level of play throughout the week. In addition, Bridgewater has impressed his new teammates with his 'football acumen and mental toughness.'
Huddle Up: Bridgewater has been so impressive that it's even possible he's starting under center in the Jets' season opener. However, he should not yet be considered a real target in any fantasy leagues, as he's still working his way back from a major career-altering injury and might not even end up as the starting quarterback after all. It's Sam Darnold's team anyway.
Terrelle Pryor - WRPosted 5/29/18 7:41am ET
Updating previous reports, New York Jets WR Terrelle Pryor (ankle) isn't close to returning as he is not even in the rehab area of camp.
Huddle Up: He still has time, but the longer the situation goes, the more it erodes his WR3 potential in fantasy.
Josh McCown - QBPosted 5/24/18 12:15pm ET
New York Jets QB Teddy Bridgewater will be considered for the starting quarterback job Week 1 if he plays well during the preseason and QB Sam Darnold shows he is not ready to play, according to sources. QB Josh McCown likely would be the starter if Bridgewater and Darnold struggle during the preseason.
Huddle Up: Owners will need to monitor the situation during training camp and the preseason to see if Darnold, Bridgewater or McCown will be the starting quarterback. None of the quarterbacks would be more than a No. 2 quarterback in most fantasy leagues.
Sam Darnold - QBPosted 5/22/18 8:49am ET
New York Jets QB Sam Darnold has received all 16 repetitions in 11-on-11 drills in organized team activities Tuesday, May 22.
Huddle Up: It doesn't really mean anything as he is the new car in the garage. However, he could end up winning the job, and he's worthy of QB2 consideration in fantasy.
Terrelle Pryor - WRPosted 5/22/18 8:42am ET
New York Jets WR Terrelle Pryor (ankle) suffered another ankle injury this offseason, and he's not participating in organized team activities Tuesday, May 22.
Huddle Up: Pryor deal with ankle issues last year and had surgery in November, so this is concerning for the potential WR3 in fantasy.
Robby Anderson - WRPosted 5/16/18 11:13pm ET
New York Jets WR Robby Anderson will have a felony charge for resisting arrest with violence dismissed on Thursday, May 17, according to Anderson's attorney. This was the last of four felony charges remaining, and Anderson now faces only a misdemeanor charge of reckless driving from that arrest.
Huddle Up: This is good news for Anderson, whose career appeared to be in serious jeopardy following the 2017 arrest. He could still be suspended, but Anderson is now likely to stick with the Jets and could be a legitimate No. 3 fantasy receiver this year.
Quincy Enunwa - WRPosted 5/9/18 5:08pm ET
New York Jets WR Quincy Enunwa (neck) told reporters at a charity event Tuesday, May 8, that he's 'probably ahead of schedule' and that he's been running routes and catching throws. He hinted that he could be limited when organized team activities begin on Tuesday, May 22, but he expects to be a 'full go' for training camp.
Huddle Up: Enunwa missed all of last season due to neck surgery but could be a tricky sleeper option at wide receiver if he's garnering regular snaps. After all, don't forget that the 25-year-old hauled in 58 catches for 857 yards and four touchdowns in his breakout 2016 campaign.
Sam Darnold - QBPosted 5/4/18 7:59pm ET
New York Jets QB Sam Darnold had some throws where he needed to 'dust the rust off' in his first practice Friday, May 4, according to head coach Todd Bowles.
Huddle Up: It's obviously too early to make any conclusions about Darnold, but he's going to be given the chance to run this offense at some point. He could be a QB2 as soon as this year if he wins the starting job, and he is a must-own in dynasty formats.
Sam Darnold - QBPosted 5/3/18 12:08pm ET
The New York Jets believe QB Sam Darnold has a great chance to be the starter for Week 1 of the 2018 season. Darnold will compete with QB Josh McCown for the starting job during training camp.
Huddle Up: Owners will need to monitor the situation during camp to see if Darnold performs well enough to be named starter. He would be a No. 2 fantasy quarterback in standard leagues if he wins the job but would be a valuable pick in keeper leagues.
Robby Anderson - WRPosted 5/2/18 11:49pm ET
New York Jets WR Robby Anderson failed to appear at an arraignment on a previous reckless-driving charge Wednesday, May 2, and a warrant for his arrest was subsequently issued.
Huddle Up: Anderson's attorney claimed the incident was due to a 'clerical error,' and that they'll straighten it out on Thursday, but this is a bad look for Anderson, who had a bevy of charges dismissed and then still failed to show up for the arraignment. The Jets have balked at releasing him, but you have to believe a suspension is in Anderson's future at the very least. All that being said, if the Jets keep him Anderson could warrant a late-round stash.
Sam Darnold - QBPosted 4/26/18 5:29pm ET
The New York Jets selected Southern California QB Sam Darnold with the third overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft Thursday, April 26.
Huddle Up: Josh McCown is expected to begin the season as the starting quarterback, but Darnold could take over the job at some point during the season. Darnold probably will not have much value in standard leagues but likely will be a valuable pick in keeper leagues.
Quincy Enunwa - WRPosted 4/4/18 8:59am ET
New York Jets restricted free-agent WR Quincy Enunwa (neck) signed his tender Wednesday, April 4. He has full range of motion after surgery on a bulging disc in his neck, and he'll be eased into all activities.
Huddle Up: Enunwa emerged into fantasy land last season with a 58-857-4 line and 106 targets. He may not see as many passes his way, but he'll be in the WR5 mix if healthy.
Jordan Leggett - TEPosted 4/1/18 7:51pm ET
The New York Jets believe TE Jordan Leggett can be the primary receiving tight end in 2018. 'Before he got hurt, we saw a lot of good things in the spring,' head coach Todd Bowles said.
Huddle Up: Leggett lost his rookie season to a knee injury, so the Jets are taking a big leap of faith if they are banking on him to carry the load. Fantasy owners can afford to take a wait-and-see approach.
Terrelle Pryor - WRPosted 3/28/18 5:04am ET
Updating previous reports, New York Jets WR Terrelle Pryor's deal is a one-year, $4.5 million contract with $2 million guaranteed.
Huddle Up: Pryor will be a target in the red zone and could have WR3 potential depending on what the team does in the NFL draft.
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