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Fantasy Football Player Notes

2024 Half PPR Draft Rankings

Breece Hall Note
Breece Hall photo 7. Breece Hall RB - (vs . MIA)
Despite recuperating from an extensive knee injury, it didn't derail Hall in his second season. He finished the season as the RB6 in fantasy points per game with 299 touches and 1,585 total yards. Hall was 12th in opportunity share and second in weighted opportunities, and in Weeks 5-18, he averaged 20.2 touches and 102.5 total yards. A huge part of his value last season came from his pass game usage, as he led all running backs in targets, receiving yards, and receptions. While some of this was part of the fallout of Zach Wilson at the helm, Hall should remain a focal point for the passing attack in 2024. He was a baller as a receiver last season, ranking third in yards per route run and fourth in expected fantasy points per route run (per Fantasy Points Data). Hall is a top-five fantasy running back in all formats.
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Garrett Wilson Note
Garrett Wilson photo 11. Garrett Wilson WR - (vs . MIA)
Assuming Wilson stays healthy in 2024 (which I do), his ascension into the WR1 ranks is a foregone conclusion. Last year, he had no problem drawing the volume that will help him be a top 12 option, ranking ninth in target share (27.1%), first in air-yard share (45.8%), and fifth in first-read share (36.8%). The problem was obvious last year when there was no Aaron Rodgers. The quarterback play was abysmal. Last season, the Jets ranked 30th in adjusted completion rate and 27th in catchable target rate. With Rodgers back in the huddle, Wilson is an easy WR1 with top-five upside
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Mike Williams Note
Mike Williams photo 124. Mike Williams WR - (vs . MIA)
Mike Williams was signed to a one-year deal worth $15 million by Gang Green, but he's going to be 30 years old in October, coming off a Week 3 torn ACL.
FWIW, Big Mike was extremely productive before he got hurt. The former Chargers WR ranked as WR15 overall and WR17 in points per game. Williams can at least slide in as the immediate No. 2 WR behind Garrett Wilson in an offense that will likely get improved QB play from Aaron Rodgers.
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Aaron Rodgers Note
Aaron Rodgers photo 127. Aaron Rodgers QB - (vs . MIA)
The Jets traded for Aaron Rodgers in 2023 in the hopes that he'd be the solution to their QB problems. Those hopes were dashed on Rodgers' fourth offensive snap with his new team, as he tore his Achilles when he was sacked by the Bills' Leonard Floyd. Rodgers will eventually be enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, but will he still be able to play at something close to a Hall-of-Fame level this season at age 40? Rodgers experienced some statistical slippage in his final season with the Packers in 2022, and now he's coming off a major injury. Two other reasons for concern about Rodgers 2024 fantasy output: (1) The Jets are likely to play at a slow offensive pace under offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett, as was the case when Rodgers and Hackett were paired together in Green Bay, and (2) the Jets have a terrific defense, so Rodgers probably isn't going to be involved in a lot of high-scoring shootouts. Don't overpay for the brand name.
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Tyler Conklin Note
Tyler Conklin photo 183. Tyler Conklin TE - (vs . MIA)
New York Jets Note
New York Jets photo 186. New York Jets DST - (vs . MIA)
Malachi Corley Note
Malachi Corley photo 227. Malachi Corley WR - (vs . MIA)
Malachi Corley demonstrated consistent productivity at Western Kentucky, particularly excelling in creating yards after the catch. Despite his smaller stature, his thick frame allowed him to navigate through defenses effectively. However, concerns arise regarding his play style being more akin to a running back than a traditional receiver. Coupled with doubts about the Jets' offensive creativity, Corley's potential may be limited in their system. Despite being a third-round pick, I'd exercise caution in investing in him for fantasy purposes.
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Braelon Allen Note
Braelon Allen photo 233. Braelon Allen RB - (vs . MIA)
Israel Abanikanda Note
Israel Abanikanda photo 288. Israel Abanikanda RB - (vs . MIA)
Greg Zuerlein Note
Greg Zuerlein photo 300. Greg Zuerlein K - (vs . MIA)
Allen Lazard Note
Allen Lazard photo 348. Allen Lazard WR - (vs . MIA)
Jeremy Ruckert Note
Jeremy Ruckert photo 358. Jeremy Ruckert TE - (vs . MIA)
Isaiah Davis Note
Isaiah Davis photo 378. Isaiah Davis RB - (vs . MIA)
Xavier Gipson Note
Xavier Gipson photo 409. Xavier Gipson WR - (vs . MIA)
Austin Seibert Note
Austin Seibert photo 489. Austin Seibert K - (vs . MIA)
Tyrod Taylor Note
Tyrod Taylor photo 500. Tyrod Taylor QB - (vs . MIA)
Zack Kuntz Note
Zack Kuntz photo 549. Zack Kuntz TE - (vs . MIA)
Kenny Yeboah Note
Kenny Yeboah photo 567. Kenny Yeboah TE - (vs . MIA)
Jason Brownlee Note
Jason Brownlee photo 578. Jason Brownlee WR - (vs . MIA)
Nick Bawden Note
Nick Bawden photo 648. Nick Bawden RB - (vs . MIA)
Lance McCutcheon Note
Lance McCutcheon photo 693. Lance McCutcheon WR - (vs . MIA)
Jordan Travis Note
Jordan Travis photo 701. Jordan Travis QB - (vs . MIA)
Irvin Charles Note
Irvin Charles photo 719. Irvin Charles WR - (vs . MIA)
Malik Taylor Note
Malik Taylor photo 752. Malik Taylor WR - (vs . MIA)