New York Jets
DST - NYJ
According to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero, the New York Jets are hiring former Denver Broncos head coach Nathaniel Hackett as their next offensive coordinator.
Hackett was fired from the Broncos after a less-than-successful season, but he has a history of working with offenses including in Buffalo and Jacksonville and in Green Bay with Aaron Rodgers. Hackett has worked with Jets head coach Robert Saleh in the past as well, and he comes in to replace Mike LaFleur. With question marks at quarterback heading into 2023, this adds more speculation for the Jets offense going forward.
The Jets D/ST allowed 23 points on 346 yards from scrimmage on Sunday against the Seahawks.
The very first play of the game was a 60-yard run by the Kenneth Walker. That was how it went all afternoon for the Jets run defense allowing the Seahawks to run for over five yards per carry. They did sack Geno Smith four times and it was another strong performance from Sauce Gardner and D.J. Reed on the outside, so there were positives to take away from this game for the Jets. They look to potentially be a top sleeper for fantasy managers next year, especially if the offense can improve.
The Jets D/ST allowed 19 points on 365 yards from scrimmage on Thursday against the Jaguars.
The Jets only allowed one touchdown, but they allowed one yardage and didn't make any big plays. Trevor Lawrence was sacked just one time and seemed to be making plays with his legs all night in the bad weather. The Jets head to Seattle next week where they will be tough to trust for fantasy managers.
The Jets' D/ST allowed 20 points and failed to log a sack or interception in Sunday's loss to the Detroit Lions.
New York's defense played a decent game on Sunday. They only allowed 20 points to one of the most potent offenses in the NFL, but they failed to make any big plays to help out the offense. They've had a good year overall and remain a decent fantasy option in favorable matchups for the rest of the season.
The Jets D/ST allowed 20 points while collecting three sacks and forcing zero turnovers in New York’s 20-12 loss to the Bills in Week 14.
The Jets failed to force a turnover for the second straight game after coming up with 22 over the first 12 weeks. The Jets’ offense has kept their defense on the field for way too many plays over the last couple of weeks and it has shown in their lack of fumbles and interceptions. They have also faced two solid QBs in Kirk Cousins and Josh Allen, but things don’t get any easier with Jared Goff the surprisingly high-flying Lions offense coming to town in Week 15. Goff is coming off a three-touchdown game against the Vikings in Week 14 and the Jets D/ST will have their hands full. Week 15 is not the week to stream the Jets and fantasy managers may want to look elsewhere with fantasy playoffs underway.
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