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Top Wide Receivers to Buy Low in Dynasty T.Y. Hilton

Livi’s Fave Five Dynasty Buy Low Wide Receivers

Josh Livi | May 21st, 2020

For the people that do dynasty fantasy football, we have no offseason. For the people that do redraft, switch to dynasty leagues! The NFL has also released the schedule for the 2020 season so we are all pumped and ready! I am going to tell you my five favorite wide receivers to buy low in dynasty fantasy football! Continue reading

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Five Bold Predictions for the New York Jets

Josh Livi | May 11th, 2020  

It’s a brand new season and the New York Jets are back and ready to compete this year. With Tom Brady out of the AFC East, the division is wide open. A revamped offensive line is going to do anything they can to protect Sam Darnold and put the team in a position to win week in and week out. Hopefully this year Darnold won’t catch mono and he could have a healthy and productive 2020 NFL season.

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Breaking Down the Jets’ Moves at Wide Receiver and How it Impacts the Draft?

Raul Vazquez | March 25th, 2020 

With this being the first offseason for Joe Douglas as the head man for the Jets, we are continuing to find out what his philosophy is to build a team. He has had a price in mind for free agents and has refused to go above his offer which is refreshing after Mike Maccagnan continued to throw out large contracts. We’ve also seen that Douglas has thrown a bunch of one-year deals to players to maintain cap flexibility and build the core of the franchise through the draft.

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Thursday Night Football DFS Week 15

Brandon Braasch | December 12th, 2019 

Tonight’s matchup should be a blowout. That doesn’t mean you can’t still win money as the Baltimore Ravens face off against the New York Jets. The Jets have been super inconsistent this year and the Ravens have dominated a lot of teams this season. This will be a battle of one of the best run defenses against one of the best run offenses. Here are my top players in this matchup.

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TNF Fantasy Preview: New York Jets vs Baltimore Ravens

Mike Fanelli | December 12th, 2019 

One week of the fantasy playoffs down, two more to go. Hopefully, you found out Monday night that your team advanced to the second round or enjoyed your first-round bye but now the decision on who the start and who to sit is even more critical. Tonight’s contest between the New York Jets and Baltimore Ravens is the last Thursday night game in 2019 and the NFL couldn’t have picked a more one-sided matchup. The Ravens are trying to lock up the AFC North and a first-round bye while the Jets are already planning vacations and looking forward to the offseason.

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Waiver Wire Targets for Week 12

Steve Miller | November 19th, 2019 

From Marlon Mack‘s handcuff to a studly young wide receiver in San Francisco to a fresh pair of legs in D.C., the waiver wire actually has a few viable candidates this month. It’s the scraps and shiny new toys addition so let’s dive right in.

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Monday Night Football DFS Week Seven: Patriots vs Jets

Brandon Braasch | October 21st, 2019 

The 1-4 New York Jets face off against there undefeated division rival, New England Patriots. The good news for the Jets and everyone watching this game is that Sam Darnold is back. The bad news is they get to face the toughest defense in the league. Let’s take a look at the best players in this matchup.

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Waiver Wire Targets For Week Seven

Steve Miller | October 15th, 2019 

At this point in the fantasy season, your team is starting to really take shape. Your first-round picks are either great, good but not great, or disappointing. Your other rounds look similar, with a variety of unlikely names in the top 12 at their positions through this stage of the season. Continue reading

Monday Night Football DFS Week Two: Browns vs Jets

Brandon Braasch | September 16th, 2019 

Well week two was not as predictable as week one. The injury bug has officially hit. Drew Brees, Ben Roethlisberger, and the Philadelphia Eagles’ receiving core were banged on Sunday. Even in this game, the New York Jets will be without Sam Darnold. Let’s see who the best players are in a potentially ugly Monday night game.

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Personnel groupings on offense for Jets to consider in 2019

Michael Pallas \ Aug 18th, 2019

Versatility is a word that will be a word associated with the New York Jets offense in 2019 because they have a few players who can play multiple positions and they should take advantage of that. Continue reading

Quick Reactions to New York Jets Preseason Week 1

Raul Vazquez | August 11th, 2019

Preseason football is fun. Most of the game the second and third teams will be out there, but nonetheless, football is back! With the first round of football back this week, football twitter is amazing as fanbases get the first glimpse of their teams in real, live football. The takes are based off one game, one drive, or even one play. In the spirit of preseason football hype, how did the New York Jets look in their first action with new personnel? Will Adam Gase’s offense be great? Should they have cut Chandler Catanzaro during the rain delay?

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New York Jets Power Struggle: Why Former General Manager Mike Maccagnan Was Fired

Ethan Hewett | May 20th, 2019

The New York Jets have become the biggest headline in the National Football League after last Wednesday when, less than a month after the draft, they fired their General Manager Mike Maccagnan. Along with him they also fired Vice President of Player Personnel Brian Heimerdinger, who was Maccagnan’s second in command and potential successor. The Jets then placed new head coach Adam Gase as the interim GM.

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Buying, Selling, and Trading on the Fantasy Market – Week 3

Travis Finkel | September 21st, 2018

This week I am filling in for the always intelligent Brian DeWester and will be providing some buy-low and sell-high options heading into Week 3 of the NFL regular season. I don’t know Brian’s stance on these players as I write this, but if you have any issues with these recommendations be sure to tweet at Brian and tell him how bad his replacement was for Week 3. The goal of this article is to improve your roster for the long-term and help shape a championship run. Preparation is paramount when making a push for the playoffs and even though it’s only week 3, it’s never too early to get started. Things change in an instant, trade talks come and go, so hop on those opportunities before your league rival changes his mind.

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Washington Redskins: 2018 Season Preview

Chazz Bradner | September 4th, 2018

With the departure of Kirk Cousins and the addition of Alex Smith. Will the Washington Redskins finally make that push to becoming a playoff contender in the competitive NFC East?

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