ROOKIE WIDE RECEIVERS There are a slew of top-tier rookie wide-receivers this upcoming fantasy season. It may be one of the most skilled WR classes in many years. Each of these wide-receivers are in a position to thrive with their new team. I’ve also included Rookie of the Year odds along with each of the […]
Corey Davis Fantasy Let us all recognize that the New York Jets are in a rebuild; they will start the 2021 season with a new head coach, new offensive coordinator, a new defensive scheme, and a new quarterback. WHAT THE NEW YORK JETS HAVE/HAD Name Game Targets REC Yards TD Snap Share Target Share Jamison […]
We’re looking to bounce back from our first losing week of the year after going 0-2 in Week 4. For the season, free bets are 5-3 (60%), prop bets are 8-6 (57.1%). Make sure to follow along on Twitter to catch the weekly prop bet releases on Thursday afternoon and Sunday morning before kickoff. As […]
The most uncertain and perhaps strangest offseason in NFL history is thankfully almost over. In just under a week at Arrowhead Stadium, the defending-champion Chiefs will host Deshaun Watson and the Texans in the first game of the 2020 season. There’s still time before that game gets underway, and before you lock in those Week […]
Fantasy Football Sleepers Week Four Another week into the 2017 fantasy football season, another week of diverse names amongst the overall fantasy scoring leaders. Nine of the top 15 most productive fantasy players from Week 3 were quarterbacks. Aside from the four notable names that we are accustomed to seeing this high that include Tom Brady (1), […]
Chad Hansen Fantasy After forgoing his senior year, Chad Hansen was rewarded by being selected in the fourth round of the 2017 draft. The wide receiver from the University of California has found himself in a very interesting situation indeed. He was selected by the New York Jets, the NFL team with arguably the biggest […]
Week 13's edition of Monday Night Football features two teams with records below .500. Despite their record, the Indianapolis Colts (5-6) have a chance to stay in the playoff race for the AFC South. The New York Jets (3-8) on the other hand, are well out of contention.
Week 6 of the 2016 season features two teams with fantasy assets on both sides. The New York Jets (1-4) travel to Pheonix to take on the Arizona Cardinals (2-3).
Brandon Marshall is the poster child for receiver consistency. Since 2007 Marshall has had five 100 reception seasons, 8 out of 9 years of 1,000 yards (The only reason not 9 of 9 was an injury plagued 2014), and four seasons of 10-plus touchdowns.
Jet’s head coach Todd Bowles has said that Chris Ivory currently sits atop the depth chart. With the off season acquisition of Stevan Ridley, draft day trade for Zac Stacy, and Bilal Powell still looming, it’s easy to understand why people are avoiding Chris Ivory in drafts. When you are looking for a running back early on you do not want someone who could potentially be a part of a committee. However, if you are still looking for your running back in later rounds, look no further than Chris Ivory.
No division in the NFL has more questions than the AFC East when talking about fantasy football. These four teams feature a new offensive coordinator, two second year QB's, and a ton of free agency acquisitions This NFL Divisional preview tries to sort out the mystery that is the AFC East.
After a six year run with the Tennessee Titans, former All-Pro running back Chris Johnson has signed with the New York Jets. Johnson is well known for his world for world-class speed and a record-breaking 2,000-yard rushing season.