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Buy Low on Jets in Fantasy: Le’Veon Bell, Robby Anderson, Jamison Crowder and Chris Herndon

Sure, the fantasy prices of the Jets went up a tick after Sam Darnold’s 338 yard, 2 TD gem against Dallas. Still, Le’Veon Bell, Robby Anderson, and Jamison Crowder remain massive Buy Low fantasy bargains.

Following a tough matchup versus New England, the Jets’ schedule is insanely generous to all fantasy positions. Board these Jets now, and watch your fantasy team soar.

Just how much of a joke is this schedule? Take a quick peek:

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So… two dates with Miami, solo fests with the Giants, Bengals, and Redskins. The only “red” on the calendar for any position is OAK, CIN, or NYG? Anyone else shocked any of those teams are Top-10 against any positions? Me too.

Darnold immediately injected a spark into this dead offense, leading three first-half TDs after the team had scored just two total over their previous four.

Robby “Cum Cave” Anderson finished with 5 catches (9 targets) for 125 yards and a TD, with most coming on a beautiful 92 yard laser TD. Recall: he was the No.3 WR in fantasy during last years playoffs, and Anderson could be a sneaky high-end WR2 the rest of season.

Jamison Crowder remained a target vacuum, matching Anderson’s nine targets, which he turned into 6 catches for 98 yards. He has now absorbed a whopping 35% of Darnold’s looks (26 total), and should be an enormous PPR asset the rest of the way.

Additionally, Chris Herndon should be snatched wherever he had been dropped, as the talented seam-stretcher is just 30% owned.

But the piece I’m targeting most aggressively? Le’Veon Bell. He has yet to truly blow up, but has averaged 18 carries and 7.7 targets per game. The volume is there, and the fantasy outbursts will be coming.

Upon Herndon’s return, Darnold feels the Jets will be “unstoppable” on offense. Given this joke schedule and their recent blow-up against a tough Cowboys team, he could be dead right.

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