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Jamison Crowder

Jamison Crowder

WR - NYJ
Height: 5' 9"Weight: 177 lbsAge: 27College: DukeDrafted: #105 (4th Rd. by Washington)

Week 6 Outlook

NYJ @ MIA
Sun 4:05pm ET
Matchup (?)
Week Rank (ECR) WR #28
Projection 10.5 pts

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I'll admit it... I'm too low on Crowder, but I want you to understand where I'm coming from. Yes, he's totaled at least seven receptions and 100-plus yards in each of the three games he's played this year, but that's such a small sample size on his career with the Jets. There were seven games he finished with at least five receptions and 66 yards last year, but there were also eight games where he finished with 40 yards or less and no touchdowns, which left you high-and-dry. What has changed in the offense? They lost Robby Anderson, which certainly helps his target floor, but that was never really a problem. This week should be an interesting test for him, as the Dolphins have been doing a solid job with slot receivers, though not perfect. Over the first five weeks, here are the slot-heavy receivers they played with their results: Julian Edelman 5/57/0 on seven targets, Cole Beasley 5/70/0 on six targets, Keelan Cole 4/43/0 on five targets, Tyler Lockett 2/39/0 on four targets, and Kendrick Bourne 2/30/1 on four targets. None of them seen the type of targets that Crowder has, and I'd say he compares most to Cole Beasley, who was quite efficient against them, but is there a reason that slot receivers haven't been funneled more targets? The 15.1 yards per reception the Dolphins have allowed tends to say they're weaker deeper down the field, but we know Crowder will get targets with the lack of weapons they have on offense. Crowder should be plugged in as a high-end WR3 until we're proven otherwise, even if I'm too low on him.

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Jamison Crowder sees 13 targets in Week 6

Jamison Crowder caught 7-of-13 targets for 48 yards in the Jets' 24-0 Week 6 loss to the Dolphins.

Fantasy Impact

48 yards on 13 targets is pretty inefficient, but it would be tough for any Jets player to stand out on offense right now. Crowder's fantasy ceiling would increase if Sam Darnold (shoulder) returns in Week 7 against the Bills. He has now seen double digit targets in all four games he has appeared in this season, and Week 6 was the first time that he didn't top 100 receiving yards.

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Rankings
ECRBestWorst# of Experts
Week 6WR #28WR #20WR #3939
Rest of Season WR #31WR #30WR #343
Dynasty WR #56WR #44WR #696
Projections
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Projections (Week 6)
Rush AttRush YdsRush TdsRecsRec YdsRec TdsFumblesPoints
0.10.705.9730.50.110.5
History
Statistics
(avgs.)
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Statistics (avgs.)
Rec YdsRec TdsRecsPoints
Last Week1161817.6
Last 3 Weeks111.70.77.315.2
Season to Date111.70.77.315.2
Game Log
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Game Log
OPPRec YdsRec TdsRecsPoints
Week 5vs. ARI1161817.6
Week 4vs. DEN1040710.4
Week 1@ BUF1151717.5
Strength of Schedule
(2020)
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Strength of Schedule (2020)
OppSummary
Next Game@ MIA14th easiest opponent
Next 3 GamesBUF, KC, NE28th easiest opponents
Playoffs (?)SEA, LAR, CLE5th easiest opponents
Rest of Season--22nd easiest remaining opponents
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Most Accurate Experts
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Most accurate experts for Jamison Crowder
1.The FFGhostWR #33
2.Isaiah SiroisWR #9
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5.Justin GeorgeWR #18
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