Smith has Jets fans excited, and for good reason, but he's not much of a fantasy QB at this point. He'll have a rough day in Cincinnati.
Powell had three carries while Chris Ivory racked up 34 a week ago. I'm not sure what that says, other than, "Don't trust any running back on the Jets."
I'm not reading too much into the Ivory-Bilal Powell split from last week. My main takeaway is that I don't want to touch this backfield.
Kerley had a great day against the Patriots, catching eight passes for 97 yards and a TD. He's the one Jet I'd fly with this week.
Hill had just one catch for 17 yards a week ago. I wouldn't run him out there against the Bengals.
Cumberland had seven more targets last week and has developed into one of Geno Smith's favorite targets.
Folk made three more field goals last week and is now 16-for-16 on the season.
The Jets had a solid performance against the Patriots, but I don't like this matchup as much for them.
Dalton lit up the Lions last week, throwing for 372 yards and three touchdowns. The Jets have done very well against opposing quarterbacks, but I think the Bengals win this game handily.
Bernard had just 59 yards from scrimmage against the Lions last week. I'm betting the Bengals try to get him more involved against the Jets.
Green-Ellis typically struggles against stout run defenses. The Jets have allowed 3.1 yards per carry this year. You do the math.
Green kept on rolling against the Lions, catching six passes for 155 yards and a score. Even with a challenging matchup, I think Green will have a huge day.
Sanu caught just one pass for 12 yards last week. He is not to be trusted.
Gresham had a nice day against the Lions, catching four passes for 64 yards. It's not enough to make him a starter this week, though.
Eifert caught three passes for 45 yards last week. You know he's going to go off one of these weeks, but it won't be this one.
Nugent made two of his three field goal attempts last week, one from 48 yards and another from 54. Indoor kicking is a beautiful thing.
The Bengals did literally nothing defensively last week, allowing 24 points and recording zero takeaways and zero sacks. They'll get back on track against the Jets.
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