WR - NYJ
Per Adam Schefter, the Jets are re-signing wide receiver Braxton Berrios to a two-year, $12 million deal with 7$ million fully guaranteed.
Berrios, who caught 46 passes on 65 targets for 431 yards and two touchdowns, had his best season as a pro in 2021 for the Jets. The slot wideout will continue to develop and be a nice safety blanket for young quarterback Zach Wilson. If Jamison Crowder, who is an unrestricted free agent signs with another team, Berrios would see an expanded role in the slot next season.
The Jets have placed WR Braxton Berrios on IR due to a quad injury.
Berrios was a pleasant surprise for Gang Green at the end of the season. His Week 17 performance likely won some fantasy managers a championship. However, he will be absent from Week 18's matchup against the Bills after suffering a nasty quad contusion. With Elijah Moore also doubtful Jamison Crowder should garner most of Zach Wilson's targets and be a sneaky DFS play.
Braxton Berrios finished with five receptions on six targets. He ended up with just 37 scoreless yards.
With Jamison Crowder ruled out, Berrios became an interesting flex play in any PPR leagues. A kickoff return for a touchdown bailed out fantasy managers as he was largely held in check in the passing game. He finished with just five catches and 37 yards. Once Crowder returns, Berrios will have little to no value to fantasy managers.
Braxton Berrios found paydirt on a designed run play from two yards out, but was otherwise completely irrelevant. He received just one target, which he caught for 26 scoreless yards.
If anything else, after two weeks of Corey Davis and Elijah Moore being put on IR, fantasy managers can see Berrios is going to be part of the game plan. Unfortunately, that doesn't necessarily mean much inside a putrid Jets' offense. Berrios isn't someone fantasy managers can trust week to week and can he safely be left on waivers.
Braxton Berrios came out of nowhere to lead the Jets in targets with 10. He caught six of them for 52 scoreless yards.
Most fantasy managers expected Berrios' stat line to belong to Jamison Crowder, but Berrios was Zach Wilson's No. 1 receiver on Sunday. Despite the positive PPR-scoring game, fantasy managers shouldn't race to pick him up off waivers. This passing offense will struggle to prop up a single fantasy-relevant receiver.
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