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New York Jets wide receiver Jamison Crowder has been an inconsistent fantasy option throughout the season. Last week, Crowder saw only one targeted, but luckily he was more involved this week. Crowder hauled in four of his six targets for 62 yards in the Week 13 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. Rookie wideout Elijah Moore appears to be the focal point of the passing attack. Crowder did get his chances, but it's hard to trust him as a weekly fantasy option. Fantasy managers should consider Crowder a possible PPR flex option in deep leagues for the Week 14 matchup against the New Orleans Saints. There isn't a ton of upside with Crowder right now while Moore is playing this well.
New York Jets wide receiver Jamison Crowder is coming off his worst game of the season. Last week, he hauled in his lone target for five yards in the win. To be fair, it's not all his fault with quarterback Zach Wilson only targeting him once. Possibly, the chemistry between the two isn't there yet. That being said, Crowder could have a tough time finding success against the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 13. A defense that has allowed the third-fewest fantasy points to wideouts this season. Wilson appears to be in line for another start, so Crowder could be looking at another dud. At this point, Crowder is basically a desperation flex option in PPR formats.
New York Jets wide receiver Jamison Crowder was expected to be a fairly decent PPR option for the Week 12 matchup with the Houston Texans. Instead, Crowder posted his worst outing of the season. He hauled in his only target of the day for five yards in the win. To be fair, it wasn't completely his fault because quarterback Zach Wilson failed to look his way. It's tough to get excited about Crowder as a flex option after seeing his disaster outing. He could have some low-end flex value in PPR formats against the Philadelphia Eagles next week. However, it's uncertain if we'll see any different results, assuming Wilson is under center again.
New York Jets wide receiver Jamison Crowder might be asked to step up for the Week 12 matchup against the Houston Texans. Wideout Corey Davis (groin) has been limited in practice and is uncertain to play on Sunday. That means, Crowder could be asked to do more, assuming Davis is out. Last week, Crowder hauled in six receptions for 44 yards and one touchdown. The biggest issue has been the lack of yardage for Crowder this season. Possibly, the return of quarterback Zach Wilson will help his value. Fantasy managers should consider Crowder a possible flex option in PPR formats.
New York Jets wide receiver Jamison Crowder came into this contest seeing five or more targets in every game he has played in this season. That trend continued during the Week 11 matchup with the Miami Dolphins. Crowder hauled in six of his seven targets for 44 yards and one touchdown in the loss. Fantasy managers in PPR formats are enjoying the six-catch performance, but the yardage never seems to be there for Crowder. He has finished with 60 yards or less in every game this season, but two. Crowder has some flex PPR value next week, but most fantasy managers probably have better options.
New York Jets wide receiver Jamison Crowder has surpassed 40 receiving yards only twice through six games this season. He saw a season-low five targets last week, so the looks have been there for Crowder. Sadly, the Jets don't have a reliable option at quarterback, so it's difficult to trust anyone on this roster. Luckily for Crowder, he'll get a favorable matchup against the Miami Dolphins in Week 11. A defense that ranks 22nd in pass DVOA this season. They have trouble containing wideouts, so that is good news for Crowder. Sadly, the results haven't been there, so he shouldn't be trusted as anything more than a low-end flex option in PPR formats.
New York Jets wide receiver Jamison Crowder has been fairly involved in the passing attack this season. He has seen six or more targets in every game he has played thus far. Sadly, the inconsistent play at the quarterback position is hurting him. In Week 10, Crowder hauled in three of his six targets for 20 yards in the loss to the Buffalo Bills. The return of Corey Davis (hip) should actually take away some pressure from Crowder. Sadly, he actually played worse with him on the field. The inconsistency in yardage makes Crowder nothing more than a desperation deep league option going forward.
New York Jets wide receiver Jamison Crowder has seen a significant role in the offense since making his season debut in Week 4. In fact, Crowder has seen six or more targets in every game he has played this season. That will likely remain the case against the Buffalo Bills in Week 10. The Jets are expected to get Corey Davis (hip) back, but Crowder should remain involved in the passing game. Meanwhile, quarterback Mike White has jumpstarted this offense over the last few weeks. Crowder should be considered a low-end streaming option in PPR formats.
New York Jets wide receiver Jamison Crowder has been a fairly decent PPR option since making his season debut in Week 4. The veteran wideout struggled to make noise in what should've been a decent performance against the Indianapolis Colts in Week 9. Crowder hauled in five of his seven targets for 38 yards in the loss. Both Elijah Moore and Keelan Cole had more success than Crowder in this one. Despite this performance, Crowder has seen six or more targets in every game he has played this season. Fantasy managers in PPR formats should continue holding onto him for now. He could have some low-end flex appeal against the Buffalo Bills in Week 10.
New York Jets wide receiver Jamison Crowder made the most of his chances during the Week 8 matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals. The veteran slot receiver hauled in eight of his nine targets for 84 yards in the win. He did lose a fumble on a 26-yard reception, but also caught a pass on a 2-point conversation. Fantasy managers cannot be exactly sure what they're going to get from Crowder on a weekly basis. He'll be a risky flex option in PPR formats against the Colts next week. Crowder is worth rostering in deep leagues, but isn't always a viable option.
New York Jets wide receiver Jamison Crowder has seen 21 targets over his first three games this season. The targets have been there, but he has only been able to produce 115 receiving yards. It's also worth noting that backup quarterback Mike White will be under center for this game. The Cincinnati Bengals have been fairly solid when it comes to covering the passing attack. It's uncertain if Crowder will be able to produce this week. Fantasy managers should consider him a weak flex option for this Week 8 matchup.
New York Jets wide receiver Jamison Crowder hasn't been able to find much success since his season debut in Week 4. Since then, Crowder has failed to surpass the 34-yard receiving mark in either game he played. In Week 7, Crowder finished with four receptions on six targets for 34 yards in the loss. The veteran wideout is expected to see his value decrease with backup quarterback Mike White likely to take over. He'll be a desperation flex option in deep leagues for next week against the Bengals.
New York Jets wide receiver Jamison Crowder came out of the gates strong during his season debut in Week 4. The veteran wideout has seen 15 targets in two games with the Jets this season. He appears to have built solid chemistry with rookie quarterback Zach Wilson. Although, Crowder could struggle against the New England Patriots in Week 7. A defense that ranks 16th in pass DVOA so far in 2021. Fantasy managers should view Crowder as a flex option in PPR formats. However, it's the Jets offense, so no one should be considered trustworthy on a weekly basis.
New York Jets wide receiver Jamison Crowder was solid during his season debut last week. Sadly, he wasn't able to match that performance against the Atlanta Falcons in Week 5. He finished with four receptions on six targets for 24 yards in the loss. Those six targets were second on the team behind Corey Davis. It seems like the targets are going to be there for Crowder. Although, this offensive unit is so bad it's hard to trust either of them on a weekly basis. Crowder is worth rostering in most formats, but isn't someone who is a must-start most weeks.
New York Jets wide receiver Jamison Crowder made some noise during his season debut in Week 4. He hauled in seven of his nine targets for 61 yards and one touchdown in the win over the Tennessee Titans. It was a solid start to the season for Crowder and it should stay that way against the Atlanta Falcons in Week 5. A defense that ranks 28th in pass DVOA so far in 2021. Crowder appears to be a viable option in this offense, which is rare to find nowadays for the Jets. Fantasy managers should consider Crowder a low-end WR3 in PPR formats for this matchup.
New York Jets wide receiver Jamison Crowder made his season debut against the Tennessee Titans in Week 4. He appeared to be quarterback Zach Wilson's favorite option in this one. Crowder hauled in seven of his nine targets for 61 yards and one touchdown in the win. Wilson loves throwing it to the slot as Braxton Berrios saw over 20 targets while Crowder was sidelined earlier in the season. Fantasy managers should consider Crowder a solid flex play in PPR formats for their favorable matchup against the Atlanta Falcons next week.
New York Jets wide receivers Jamison Crowder (groin) and Denzel Mims are active in Week 4 against the Tennessee Titans. Crowder will be making his 2021 season debut after missing the first two games while on the COVID-19 list and last week with a groin injury that has been bothering him since training camp. The veteran slot man could become a valuable safety blanket for rookie quarterback Zach Wilson underneath, but there's a chance he's limited in his first game back, making him an extremely risky fantasy play. Mims had a 40-yard reception in the season opener, but he has been a healthy scratch the last two weeks. He finds his way back onto the field with both rookie Elijah Moore and Jeff Smith out with concussions. Mims has big-play ability, but he's too far down the pecking order to matter in fantasy right now.
New York Jets wide receivers Jamison Crowder (groin) and Denzel Mims are both expected to play in Week 4 against the Tennessee Titans, according to head coach Robert Saleh. Crowder will be making his season debut after dealing with COVID-19 and a groin injury that has plagued him since training camp. Mims has been a healthy scratch the last two games, but New York needs wide receivers with both rookie Elijah Moore and Jeff Smith ruled out with concussions. The veteran Crowder is the more attractive fantasy option in PPR leagues, but it's not realistic to expect him to be fantasy relevant in his season debut after a long layoff with a rookie quarterback at the helm.
New York Jets wide receiver Jamison Crowder (groin) got in a limited practice session on Wednesday. Crowder missed the first two games of the season while being on the COVID-19 list, but he also sat out in the Week 3 loss to the Denver Broncos with a groin injury that has been bothering him since training camp. The 28-year-old veteran missed practice all of last week, but it looks like he's inching closer to his 2021 debut. Crowder should start in the slot when he's ready, which will be bad news for rookie second-rounder Elijah Moore, who is questionable this week with a concussion. Crowder could have some appeal in deeper PPR leagues if he develops some chemistry with struggling rookie quarterback Zach Wilson, but for now, let's see if he can just get back on the field and stay healthy.
New York Jets wide receiver Jamison Crowder (groin) did not practice at all this week and is doubtful for Week 3 against the Denver Broncos. Crowder has yet to play this year after being on the COVID-19 list and due to an injury that he suffered late in training camp. The veteran slot man remains on the waiver wire in most 12-team leagues. Believe it or not, Braxton Berrios actually leads the Jets receivers in targets (18) through two games, with Corey Davis and rookie Elijah Moore tied for second with 12 each. Berrios should continue to benefit from Crowder's absence, but he's nothing more than a DFS dart throw in a tough matchup against Denver on Sunday. Davis, the team's top wideout, will be on the WR3/4 borderline.
New York Jets wide receiver Jamison Crowder (groin) will be a game-time decision for the team's Week 3 matchup against the Denver Broncos on Sunday. The 28-year-old has been held out of back-to-back games to begin the season, so it is probably best to leave him out of fantasy lineups even if he is active on Sunday. Corey Davis, Elijah Moore, Braxton Berrios, and Keelan Cole have already formed a crowded receiver room for quarterback Zach Wilson, meaning the return of Crowder makes the situation even less appealing when it comes to the fantasy value of the Jets receivers. If Crowder is once again held out, Davis would remain as the only receiver who has any fantasy appeal for Week 3. Still, the Jets have a tough matchup against a solid Broncos defense, meaning it could be best to avoid the situation entirely.
New York Jets wide receiver Jamison Crowder (groin) did not practice on Wednesday. Crowder missed the season opener while on the COVID-19 list, but he was activated last week and was still inactive due to a groin issue that has bothered him since training camp. The Jets are hoping that the 28-year-old slot man can make his season debut in Week 3 against the Denver Broncos, but even if he does, he'll likely be on a snap count, making him one to avoid in fantasy. Keelan Cole returned to the fold in the Week 2 loss to the New England Patriots, but he wasn't targeted at all. Surprisingly, Braxton Berrios led the team with 11 targets, and rookie Elijah Moore drew eight targets as Corey Davis was taken out of the game. Davis remains the best fantasy asset of the group, and Crowder's eventual return will make things cloudy for the rest of the bunch.
New York Jets wide receiver Jamison Crowder (groin) is inactive for his team's Week 2 meeting with the New England Patriots. As early as Sunday morning, it sounded like Crowder was trending towards making his 2021 debut for this one, but there must have been some kind of setback in warmups. Crowder would have given rookie quarterback Zach Wilson a reliable target against a tough Patriots defense. Now, he'll likely use Braxton Berrios as his primary short-yardage weapon, making Berrios an interesting play in DFS contests. Corey Davis should see plenty of targets as well as is worth starting in season-long leagues.
New York Jets wide receiver Jamison Crowder (groin) is in line to make his season debut against the New England Patriots. Crowder has been working his way back from a nagging groin injury, but it appears as if the veteran now feels well enough to give it a go in Week 2. With the 28-year-old back in the fold, Braxton Berrios and Corey Davis, who combined for 14 targets against the Panthers in Week 1, could see a reduction in looks from rookie signal-caller Zach Wilson. While Davis is still forecasted to be the No. 1 wideout moving ahead, Crowder has appeal in deeper formats.
New York Jets wide receivers Jamison Crowder (groin) and Keelan Cole (knee) were limited in practice this week and are questionable to play in Week 2 against the New England Patriots. Crowder and Cole were both absent in the Week 1 loss to the Carolina Panthers. The Jets are optimistic about Crowder and Cole making their season debuts this Sunday, but they will be a game-time decisions. If they both return, it'll be bad news for rookie Elijah Moore, Braxton Berrios and Denzel Mims. Crowder has a chance to be a nice slot safety blanket for quarterback Zach Wilson this year, but fantasy managers should be cautious and leave Crowder on their benches in 12-team leagues this weekend. Corey Davis, the team's unquestioned No. 1 wideout, will be a WR3/flex in this tough matchup.
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