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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

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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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Week 13 Streaming Options: QB, TE, K, D/ST and Deep “Boom” Plays

Travis Finkel | November 27th, 2018

Here we are. It’s the final week of the fantasy regular season. This season has come and gone in the blink of an eye and sadly it will be the end of the line for some of us. For others, this week means everything. Win or go home. In or out. Hopefully, last week’s options brought you closer to the playoffs and hopefully this week’s options lock you into the playoff picture. Let’s check out those options from last week and then look ahead to Week 13. By the way, David Moore my boom play from last week went off this week, as per usual with my deep selections.

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2018 NFL Trade Deadline Grades, with Fantasy Breakdown

Mike Fanelli | October 31st, 2018

The 2018 NFL trade deadline was yesterday and usually there isn’t much movement. Once every few years there is a name player traded that has a real impact on a team and has some fantasy implications. When Amari Cooper was traded to the Cowboys last week, many expected that to be the “big move” prior to the deadline. However, the NFL once again won as the trade deadline saw five trades involving name players, four of which included serious draft capital.

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