Smith threw for 256 yards a touchdown and an interception, while adding 47 rushing yards in his NFL debut. You can roster him in deeper leagues, but he remains no more than a backup.
Powell is definitely the Jets back you want if you have to own one, but he won't factor into fantasy leagues until we get to the bye-week portion of the schedule.
Ivory touched the ball 10 times last week, but ran for just 15 yards. He should remain glued to your bench.
Holmes was able to play despite a lingering foot injury, but he didn't make any impact. To the surprise of no one, he's already complaining about his snap count. There's no reason to get tied up with him.
Hill led the team with nine targets, and that could make him worth stashing for depth purposes. He shouldn't garner any starting consideration yet.
Winslow stormed back on the scene last week, catching seven passes for 79 yards and a touchdown. There are still too many good options at tight end to turn to him.
Folk knocked through all three of his field goal attempts last week, including the game-winning 58-yarder. Those opportunities won't be there in Foxboro, though.
The Jets produced a solid fantasy day last week, forcing two turnovers and a safety, and sacking Josh Freeman three times. The Patriots may be depleted, but Tom Brady takes good care of the ball.
Brady is still Brady, but he'll be without his three best pass catchers in Danny Amendola, Rob Gronkowski and Shane Vereen. He'll help the Patriots get a win, but he's seen better fantasy days.
Ridley found himself stuck on the bench after fumbling in the second quarter, but with Shane Vereen out until at least Week 11 with a broken wrist, Bill Belichick will have to go right back to him this week.
Edelman had a huge game last week, catching seven passes for 79 yards and two scores. He'll step into the starting role vacated by Danny Amendola this week.
Thompkins only had four catches for 42 yards last week, but Tom Brady targeted him 14 times. With Danny Amendola out, he's a sneaky play this week.
Hoomanawanui will serve as the Patriots starting tight end, but if he's your starting tight end, you need to find a league that has fewer than 30 teams.
After all that preseason hype, Sudfeld had exactly one target last week. Now he's dealing with a hamstring injury. You can feel free to cut him.
Gostkowski connected from 48, 35 and 33 yards last week, proving a fantasy kicker's best friend is an offense that stalls in the red zone. Without Rob Gronkowski, Shane Vereen and Danny Amendola, that may again describe the Patriots this week.
The Buccaneers had five sacks and two takeaways against the Jets last week. If you're looking for a defense to stream, the Patriots are a solid bet.
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