New York Jets Depth Chart

New York Jets Depth Chart

AFC East
Stadium
MetLife Stadium
Head Coach
Adam Gase
Offensive Coordinator
Dowell Loggins
Defensive Coordinator
Gregg Williams
Special Teams Coach
Brant Boyer
Defensive Scheme
3-4
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Chris Herndon IV Misses Practice Again

New York Jets tight end Chris Herndon IV (hamstring) missed practice for the second straight day on Friday. Herndon remains week-to-week and is doubtful to suit up on Monday night against the Patriots. He has yet to make his season debut after a four-game suspension, but Herndon could provide low-end TE1 value eventually when he's healthy. Ryan Griffin will continue to hold down the fort for the Jets, but he can be avoided by fantasy owners in this tough matchup.

23 hours ago
Sam Darnold Will Face Tough Test Monday

New York Jets quarterback Sam Darnold will face a tough challenge Monday night against the Patriots, the team that has given up the fewest fantasy points this season to opposing quarterbacks. Darnold, who missed three games with mono, had a strong showing in his return to the field Sunday when he put up 338 yards and two touchdowns. Fantasy owners shouldn't expect that type of performance Monday against arguably the best defense in the NFL, especially with two starters on the offensive line unlikely to play. Darnold is best left on the bench this week, however, the Jets schedule gets very soft after the game vs New England so Darnold is a good bench stash for those matchups.

16 hours ago
Robby Anderson Hoping To Finally Solve Patriots

New York Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson will look to change his fortunes against the Patriots in a tough matchup Monday. In seven career games against New England, Anderson hasn't scored a touchdown and his 39.5 percent catch rate is by far his lowest mark against any team he's faced more than once. This season, the Patriots are as daunting a matchup as there is in the NFL allowing the fewest fantasy points against to wide receivers. There is always the chance Anderson grabs a long touchdown, like the 92-yard score he had last week, so he has some appeal as a flex in deeper leagues. However, where possible, owners should look to steer clear of Anderson in this matchup.

15 hours ago
Le'Veon Bell Offers High Floor Monday

New York Jets running backLe'Veon Bell will face a tough matchup Monday night when the Patriots elite defense heads to MetLife Stadium. New England allows the second-fewest fantasy points to opposing running backs, so it's a tough matchup for Bell, but he should put up RB2 numbers based on volume. Bell has played 92.2 percent of the team's offensive snaps so far and has the second-most targets on the team. Bell should see his usual 20 to 25 touches and fantasy owners should start him with confidence that he can put up a decent day, even if he doesn't score a touchdown.

15 hours ago
Jamison Crowder Is A Risky Play Monday

New York Jets wide receiver Jamison Crowder will face a tough test Monday when the Patriots No. 1 ranked pass defense comes to town. New England allows the fewest fantasy points to opposing wide receivers and shut down Crowder in Week 3 when they held him to only 25 yards on two catches. Third-string quarterback Luke Falk started that game, so Crowder should have more success with Sam Darnold back under center. In two games with Darnold, Crowder has 20 catches for 197 yards, so he has major fantasy upside moving forward, especially as the Jets' schedule gets softer. In Week 7, however, Crowder is only a borderline WR3 who has more appeal in PPR formats.

15 hours ago