The Jets have been one of the hardest teams to throw on this year, allowing just 6.3 yards per attempt. I'd stay away from Roethlisberger.
I like Bell for the rest of the season, but would try to find another option this week if I could.
Brown will continue to subsist on volume. I'd be surprised if he weren't among the league leaders in targets at the end of the year.
Sanders is averaging nearly 10 targets per game, but this matchup is simply too tough to trust him in your starting lineup.
Cotchery had five receptions for 103 yards and a touchdown in his last game. Consider that the exception, not the rule for him.
Miller remains a favorite of Ben Roethlisberger's but this just isn't the week to ride with him.
I don't have high expectations for him this week.
The Steelers have done well against the pass but struggled against the run this year. Expect that trend to continue this week.
Smith had perhaps the best game of his rookie year last week, completing 16-of-20 passes for 199 yards and three TDs. Pittsburgh is a much tougher matchup than Atlanta.
Powell's value is squeezed by the returns of Mike Goodson and Chris Ivory, but he's still the No. 1 back for the Jets.
Goodson's role could increase in the future, but for now you should stay away from him.
Ivory returned from injury last week, but he's running third in this backfield.
Kerley had five recpetions for 68 yards and a TD last week, and looks like the No. 1 receiver for the Jets, even when both Stephen Hill and Santonio Holmes are healthy.
Hill was clearly limited against the Falcons by the concussion suffered two weeks ago. He should be back at full strength, but this isn't a good matchup for him.
Cumberland caught three passes for 79 yards and a score last week, and could be in for a bigger role in the future.
Winslow made his lone catch last week count, scoring on a one-yard pass from Geno Smith. The emergence of Jeff Cumberland makes him a dicey play.
Folk is a perfect 11-for-11 on field goals this year and actually could be considered a regular fantasy starter.
If not for a questionable flag, the Jets would have had two impressive goalline stands against the Falcons. They registered one takeaway and two sacks while allowing 28 points. Expect them to put the heat on Roethlisberger.
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