QB - NYJ
This Week Outlook
Zach Wilson finished with 102 passing yards and one score through the air. He also racked up 91 rushing yards with another score on the ground.
Wilson was mostly held in check in the passing game as he finished with just 102 yards on 22 attempts. He completed 14 of those throws and was mostly efficient. He also took care of the football, finishing the game with zero turnovers. The biggest difference this week for Wilson was the value he brought with his legs. He finished with 91 rushing yards and a score, adding 15.1 points to his total. While the rushing output was very nice, it's not something fantasy managers should grow accustomed to. Prior to Week 16, he had just 70 rushing yards on the season. Wilson is still not a trustworthy quarterback in redraft leagues, even Superflex leagues.
Zach Wilson attempted 23 passes and was able to complete just 13 of them for 170 scoreless yards. He did not throw any interceptions. Wilson added four carries for 12 yards and a touchdown.
It's been a rough rookie season for the BYU star and it hasn't been all his fault. He's lost Elijah Moore and Corey Davis, which certainly hasn't made his job any easier. For redraft purposes, fantasy managers should be completely avoiding this passing offense. Wilson is still someone fantasy managers should be looking to acquire in dynasty, especially if the price tag has dropped.
Zach Wilson attempted 42 passes but was only able to complete 19 of them for a measly 202 yards. He did not throw a touchdown or interception.
To no one's surprise, Wilson struggled mightily without his two top receivers, Elijah Moore and Corey Davis. While the Saints have been a pass-funnel defense this season, the Jets' offense simply didn't have the juice to take advantage. On the bright side, Wilson rushed four times for 33 yards. The rookie is completely off the redraft radar and should be treated as an QB3.
Zach Wilson completed 23 of 38 attempts for 226 yards. He threw two touchdown passes and one interception. He also rushed three times for zero yards, but did find the end zone once on the ground.
Wilson put together one of his better fantasy performances of the season. It was a pleasant surprise for fantasy managers rostering him in dynasty and two-quarterback leagues, as he showcased some of the promise he was drafted with. Despite the positive performance, he's still best left on the waiver wire in redraft leagues.
Zach Wilson was back under center in Week 12, but failed to provide fantasy managers much value at all, although he was able to game manage the contest just enough to get the Jets a victory.
Wilson was not asked to do very much in this one despite the plus-matchup against the lowly, Houston Texans. The rookie only attempted 25 passes as the offensive game-plan appeared to be focused on the running game. Wilson ended the contest with 145 yards on 14 completions with one interception and no touchdowns. Luckily, for fantasy managers he did manage to find the end zone on the ground, running for a four-yard score. Wilson is completely off the redraft radar and should only be considered as a last resort in any Superflex leagues.