Tom Brady keeps on rolling with 355 yards and two touchdowns. He’s so far ahead of most quarterbacks that, despite the age, he has to be a top-five dynasty QB.
Likewise, Rob Gronkowski had 11 catches for 108 yards and a touchdown. He’s dynasty’s top TE. Period.
On defense, linebacker Jamie Collins led the way with 12 tackles plus a sack. He should be considered a LB1 in dynasty IDP formats.
Even though he’s not the long-term answer, Ryan Fitzpatrick is a solid option this season. Today, he had 295 yards and two touchdowns with no interceptions. It’s possible you could sell him this year to a win-now team.
Receiver Eric Decker continues to provide value under the radar with six catches for 94 yards and a team-high 12 targets. Decker has succeeded despite changes in coaches and quarterbacks.
Defensive end Sheldon Richardson added another sack in his second game back. He’s a DL1 when healthy and playing but it’s anyone’s guess if he’ll be back with New York next year. I might try to sell high.
Running back Chris Ivory continues to bulldoze teams with 146 more yards plus a touchdown. He’s now averaging over 110 yards per game and is a rock solid RB2 in dynasty formats despite his relative old age of 27.
Receiver Brandon Marshall continues to dominate with seven more catches for 111 yards and a touchdown. He’s shown no signs of slowing down after being traded from Chicago and should be considered a high-end WR2 in dynasty formats.
Defensive end Sheldon Richardson had a half sack in his return to the Jets from suspension. He may have lost value sitting out the first four games but should be considered a DL2 in dynasty formats. He’s still only 24 but, currently, plays on a good, young Jets defense.
Rookie receiver Jamison Crowder caught four passes for 40 yards in a bad game for the entire offense. He should be scaled back as DeSean Jackson returns from injury but Crowder could be an asset next year.
Reserve tight end Derek Carrier had his best game of the year with four catches for 39 yards. Carrier is only playing thanks to injuries to Jordan Reed and Niles Paul but could be a good reserve for your dynasty team.
Jets rookie quarterback Geno Smith’s downward slide continues, going 9 of 22 for 127 yards, two interceptions and zero touchdowns and even lost a fumble. Smith’s stock will never be lower if you’re still interested.
The Ravens running attack continues to struggle, averaging just 2.2 YPC between Ray Rice and Bernard Pierce. The Ravens need more playmakers on offense to take attention away from the run game otherwise Rice and Pierce will continue to get killed.
Jets rookie defensive tackle continues to impress with an incredible (for an interior lineman) nine tackles and half sack. Richardson looks like another Geno Atkins which means a productive defensive tackle for dynasty leaguers, a feat almost as rare as unicorns.