Dynasty Recap – Week 6 – Denver takes care of the Jets, 31-17

  • Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning had a slow day by his standards with 237 yards and three touchdowns. He’ll be an elite option in dynasty for the 2-3 years he has left.
  • Broncos receiver Demaryius Thomas continued his hot streak with 10 catches for 124 yards and a touchdown. He’ll continue to be an elite option as long as Peyton is there.
  • Jets rookie tight end Jace Amaro had his best game of the year with 10 catches for 68 yards on 12 targets. There just isn’t another target in New York besides Eric Decker which means Amaro should continue to rack up targets.
  • Jets defensive lineman Muhammad Wilkerson had a big day for a lineman with eight tackles and a sack. He’s gotten off to a bit of a slow start but is no worse than a DL2 in dynasty formats.

Dynasty Recap – Week 9 – Jets beat Saints, 26-20

  • Jets running back Chris Ivory, out of nowhere, had 139 yards rushing on 18 carries. Ivory is an intriguing dynasty prospect at just 25 and in an offense that claims to be run-oriented. He could be a RB2 prospect this off-season.
  • Jets tight end Zach Sudfeld got the start and hauled in two long passes for 46 yards. Sudfeld might be the answer long-term so keep an eye on it.
  • Jets defensive end Muhammed Wilkerson has a sack in five games in a row including this one. Wilkerson is a fantastic dynasty prospect on the d-line 

Dynasty Recap – Week 6 – Pittsburgh gets a win over Jets, 19-3

  • Jets rookie quarterback Geno Smith looked exactly that. A rookie. He went 19 of 34 for 201 yards, zero touchdowns and two interceptions.
  • Steelers rookie running back Le’Veon Bell had 34 yards 16 carries against a very good defense. He has yet to crack 4.0 YPC but he’s only played in two games this year. It’s too early to tell how good Bell will be but he’ll be the work horse.
  • Steelers receiver Antonio Brown continues to hog all the attention in the Pittsburgh passing game, catching nine balls on 11 targets. He’ll continue to be a low-end WR1 in PPR leagues.
  • Jets defensive end Muhammed Wilkerson continues to prove his worth with two tackles, a sack and a tackle for a loss. At just 23, Wilkerson is someone to try to nab for your dynasty team as a long-term solution to your defensive line.

Dynasty Recap – Week 5 – Jets clip Falcons, 30-28

  • Jets quarterback Geno Smith did it again – he threw three touchdown passes (on only 20 pass attempts) and no interceptions. He also rushed for 21 yards. It might be time to start Geno, at least in two quarterback leagues.
  • With news about Julio Jones and Roddy White, Falcons tight end Tony Gonzalez expects to get even more targets. Let him play a few games and see if you can sell high to a contender.
  • Jets defensive lineman Muhammed Wilkerson had another sack to bring his season total to five. He also had two tackles for a loss and a forced fumble. Wilkerson is quickly becoming DL1 potential and, at just 23, should be targeted in your league.
  • Jets linebacker David Harris had 14 tackles to bring his season total to 42. He has a shot to match his career high of 127. At 29, Harris best days are probably behind him but he can still produce.

Dynast Recap – Week 3 – Jets outlast Bills, 27-20

  • In a battle of rookie quarterbacks, the Jets Geno Smith prevailed and looked quite impressive against a weak Buffalo defense. He had 331 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions. With no pressure, Smith could have a productive season. Keep an eye out.
  • Meanwhile, the man picked ahead of Geno, Bills quarterback E.J. Manual had a quiet day with 243 yards and one touchdown. He did only compete 19 passes on 42 attempts. The Jets defense has been impressive so far so Manual should be fine. I would put him and Geno neck and neck for dynasty purposes.
  • Jets running back Bilal Powell had 149 yards after Chris Ivory got hurt. Ivory will be out for some time so Powell does have some value. Trade him now if you can as the Jets will look for a more long-term solution in the off-season.
  • For Buffalo rookie receiver Robert Woods, the 10 targets were a plus. The two receptions were not. Woods will be fine though and a low buy trade is advisable.
  • Jets defensive lineman Muhammed Wilkerson had two of the Jets eight sacks on Sunday. Wilkerson is only 23 and on a very good defense. He could be a DL1 by year’s end.