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New York Jets

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Braxton Berrios is the WR4 on the Jets. At #94 in our WR rankings, he's not worth a draft pick in most leagues. He's projected for 356 yards and 1.9 TDs on 35.2 receptions, which is 16.1% of the workload for Jets WRs. The Jets have the 2nd-worst schedule for WRs.

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Corey Davis is the #3 wide receiver on the Jets, behind Elijah Moore and Garrett Wilson. As the consensus #65 WR, he won't usually be a fantasy starter. He is projected to catch 48.7 receptions for 686 yards and 4.2 TDs, which is 22.3% of the workload for WRs on the Jets. New York has the 2nd-worst wide receiver schedule. Drafting Davis is a no-brainer at his ADP of 253 as the consensus #170 overall player.

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Drafting Elijah Moore is an easy choice at his ADP of 92, compared to an ECR of 67. Moore is the WR1 on the Jets, with Garrett Wilson and Corey Davis behind him. Ranked #29 in our consensus wide receiver rankings, you'll be able to depend on him each week. He's projected to catch 70.2 receptions for 909 yards and 6.0 TDs, which is 32.1% of the workload for Jets WRs. The Jets have the 2nd-worst wide receiver schedule.

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Joe Flacco is behind Zach Wilson on the QB chart in New York. You can safely ignore him in most fantasy dafts. Flacco is projected to earn 2.2 of his 46 fantasy points by rushing. Running the bal lisn't how he makes his living. With a projection of 2.6 interceptions compared to 4.2 passing touchdowns, he carries more interception risk than is comfortable.

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The market has Michael Carter correctly valued at an ADP of 113, compared to an overall ECR of 112. With a projection of 8.6 carries and 2.0 catches per game, Carter will often be a fantasy starter, even if he's not an exciting one. He's trailing Breece Hall on the running back chart for New York. New York has the 12th-best schedule for RBs.

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As our consensus #27 QB, Zach Wilson isn't really relevant in 1QB leagues. His role as the starter in New York makes him worth owning in 2QB leagues, even if you're not starting him in fantasy. Wilson is expected to earn 16% of his projected 221 fantasy points by rushing. While that's a nice bonus, it isn't really key to his fantasy value. With a projection of 12.3 interceptions compared to 19.0 passing touchdowns, Wilson comes with some significant interceptino risk.

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Mike White is not the starting QB in New York. That means he doesn't have much value in most fantasy leagues. White is projected to earn 0.1 of his 5 fantasy points by rushing. Running the ball just isn't a significant part of his gameplan. With a projection of 0.5 interceptions compared to 0.5 passing touchdowns, White carries more interception risk than is entirely comforatable.

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Garrett Wilson is the WR2 for the Jets, behind Elijah Moore. At #48 in our WR rankings, he will be startable as a WR3 or Flex most weeks. He is projected to catch 52.4 receptions for 715 yards and 3.9 TDs, which is 24.0% of the total for Jets WRs. The Jets have the 2nd-worst schedule for WRs. As the consensus #120 overall player, Wilson is a reasonable pick at his ADP of 131.

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Breece Hall is a fair value at his ADP of 43 as the consensus #41 overall player. With 15.7 projected touches per game (13.3 rushes and 2.4 catches), Hall is an every-week fantasy starter. He's the top dog among running backs in New York, with Michael Carter and Ty Johnson behind him. New York has the 12th-best running back schedule.

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With 1.0 projected touches per game (0.4 rushes and 0.6 catches), Ty Johnson isn't someone you need to draft. He trails both Breece Hall and Michael Carter on the depth chart in New York.

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As the consensus #31, you can do better than drafting C.J. Uzomah. Uzomah is projected for just 359 yards and 2.6 TDs on 36.1 receptions. As the consensus #277 overall player, C.J. Uzomah is a reasonable pick at his ADP of 300. The Jets have the worst schedule for tight ends.

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Projected to carry the ball 1.6 times and catch 0.5 passes per game, Tevin Coleman is not worth spending a draft pick on. He's behind both Breece Hall and Michael Carter on the running back chart in New York.

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Projected to carry the ball 0.0 times and catch 0.0 passes per game, Zonovan Knight is not worth spending a draft pick on. He trails both Breece Hall and Michael Carter on the depth chart in New York.

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Mims is not a focus of the the Jets' offense as their WR5. Ranked #144 in our consensus wide receiver rankings, he's not really fantasy-relevant. Mims is projected for 83 yards and 0.4 TDs on 6.1 receptions, which is 2.8% of the total for Jets WRs. The Jets have the 2nd-worst schedule for wide receivers.

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As our #36 TE, you can do better than drafting Tyler Conklin. Conklin is projected for just 328 yards and 2.0 TDs on 34.0 receptions. Conklin will be playing behind C.J. Uzomah at TE in New York.

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As the consensus TE61, you can do better than drafting Jeremy Ruckert. Ruckert is projected to catch 3.9 receptions for 39 yards and 0.3 touchdowns. Ruckert is not Zach Wilson's first or even second choice at tight end, with C.J. Uzomah and Tyler Conklin on the roster.

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Jamison Crowder is correctly valued at his ADP of 216 as the consensus #177 overall player. Crowder is the WR3 for the Jets, behind Corey Davis and Elijah Moore. As the consensus #68 WR, he will ride the fantasy bench most weeks. He's projected for 659 yards and 4.3 TDs on 59.6 receptions, which is 23.1% of the total for Jets WRs. New York has the 6th-best wide receiver schedule.

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With a projection of 0.2 carries and 0.0 catches per game, Josh Adams is irrelevant in fantasy. He trails both Michael Carter and Tevin Coleman on the Jets' depth chart.

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Jeff Smith might see limited usage as the 8th-ranked WR on the Jets. At #239 in our WR rankings, he won't be worth owning in most fantasy leagues. He is projected to catch 5.6 receptions for 64 yards and 0.4 TDs, which is 2.2% of the workload for Jets WRs. New York has the 6th-best wide receiver schedule.

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Trevon Wesco is projected for just 24 yards and 0.1 TDs on 2.3 receptions. As the consensus #98, you can do better than drafting Wesco. Wesco will struggle for touches with Tyler Kroft and Ryan Griffin ahead of him.

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