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Rookie running back De’Von Achane – admittedly EXPLODING on my bench in way too many spots I’m afraid – rushed for 203 yards and 4 TDs in Week 3. Raheem Mostert also scored 4 TDs. Both guys were also heavily involved as receivers.
But in the first half alone – before things got out of hand even as the score rested at 35-13 – Achane led the team in carries (10) versus Mostert’s 7. Mostert just had the superior pass-game role with 6 receptions on 6 targets to Achane’s 1.
And I’d still try to sell high (now sell even higher) on Raheem Mostert given his injury history, 31-year-old age and Jeff Wilson Jr. lurking. I’d try to buy Achane (but it’s probably not likely he can be acquired for anything reasonable). Because although it’s a committee right now, nobody will be surprised to see the super explosive rookie supplant the veteran RB.
If I were to buy-low on any Jets player, it would be Breece Hall. The hope is the Jets just pound the ground game to protect Zach Wilson, with Hall leading the charge. Hall had 12 carries for 18 yards (1 catch for 9 yards) in Week 3. 49% snap share. Season-high. 12 carries was also a season-high.
However, Dalvin Cook and even Michael Carter are just eating too much into his workload to give him a shot right now at overcoming the poor efficiency with Zach Wilson under center. The Jets HAVE to make a QB change.
New York wants to run the football, as Robert Saleh suggested they wanted to establish the run in his post-game press conference. Not hopeful they can do it versus the Chiefs in Week 4, but the Broncos are vulnerable in Week 5.
The Jets have hit rock bottom on offense, but they acknowledge the only way they can put up points with Wilson as their QB is through the run game. As Hall gets healthier and the schedule eases up, I’d envision Hall completely supplanting the other two backs entirely. Trade for him now and stash him on your bench from a team that’s struggling with him.
As for Jordan Addison, the arrow continues to point upward. Higher snap share at 71% in Week 3. Ran a route on 80% of dropbacks. With him cresting that 80% rate to go along with a 17% target share, I am very confident his role continues to grow and he overtakes K.J. Osborn in full. Again, this team is 0-3.
Teams that are 0-3 should and will be open to shaking things up.
As for the passing game, the Titans’ secondary is the gift that keeps on giving. Deshaun Watson had one of his best days throwing as Cleveland Brown. 289 passing yards was his highest total since he was on the Houston Texans. Two passing TDs with 16 more yards on the ground.
Elijah Moore saw a whopping nine targets – catching 100% of them for 49 yards (29% target share). Amari Cooper was also uber efficient with 7 grabs for 116 yards and 1 TD (8 targets, 62% air yards share). Moore and Cooper have clearly been the top two guys this season, with their combined target share vastly exceeding all other Browns (50% combined target share, 62% combined air yards share).