IDP Corner: Week 2 Thursday

New York Jets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, top left, prepares for the snap as his team lines up against the Buffalo Bills during the first half of an NFL football game, Thursday, Nov. 12, 2015, in East Rutherford, N.J. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)


Looking at the Jets:

For those of you in IDP formats Muhammad Wilkerson came out last week with guns blazing, expect more good work out of him as BUF is a run centric team, but also their biggest receiving target, Sammie Watkins, is questionable for tonight’s game, so they will likely run a little more than they already do.

That burning smell is Darrelle Revis trying to recover from AJ Green catching fire last week. Revis’s tackle totals look like they will continue to rise as his ability to be a shutdown corner continues to fade (0 passes defended is a shocking number considering the number of passes that came his way). If you are in a deeper league he can be a great grab over the course of the season as strong passing teams will continue to go after him. I do not expect him to see much this week.

6 combined tackles for Darron Lee is a great start for the rookie, he will continue to get play in run defenses, which if you were paying attention above, might be a high frequency occurrence this week.

David Harris (while questionable this week) is still starter worthy if you have rostered him. His performance last week should be considered the low end of his scoring spectrum. But, as we saw with him last year he is starting to slow down a little.

Calvin Pryor got dinged up early against the Bengals so his 0 points can be taken with a grain of salt. Keep him on your radar, and don’t expect too much from him this week, but soon he will be relevant.

And now for the Bills:

First, Zack Brown and Jerry Hughes provided potentially one of the goofier stories from week

Z. Brown, Preston Brown, and Ronald Darby are your easy starts. Just do it.

Hughes, splits time between outside LB and DE and should be worth rostering if you keep defensive bench players, or are in a league where you use defensive linemen spots.

We can expect the even run/pass type of play calling from the Jets that they rolled with last week. From that we can expect Stephon Gilmore to provide similar production to this past week, not amazing but, worth starting.

Corey Graham saw a dip last week, similar to David Harris, it was an off week, unlike Harris, Graham is coming off of a career year and should have the same opportunity this year to score like last year. Start him.  

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