Robbie Anderson, WR, Jets: New York’s offense over the years has often been a cesspool when it comes to fantasy football and that’s largely been the case this year aside from Josh McCown, who is ranked 10th among quarterbacks in fantasy points. But Anderson is slowly making the case that he can be fantasy relevant. Anderson has had at least five targets in every game except Week 2, and over the past four games, he’s accumulated 28 targets. In those four games, Anderson has 17 receptions for 263 yards and three touchdowns. With Tampa Bay on tap for New York this weekend, Anderson has a great chance at continuing his success vs. the Buccaneers. If you need a WR2 or flex play, Anderson seems like a quality pick.
Whether Bryant plays may not matter as Williams has a chance to do well in Sunday’s matchup. He was also banged up in the team’s victory, but is fine for Week 10. With Ezekiel Elliott starting his suspension this weekend, the offensive burden will be on quarterback Dak Prescott. Williams is owned in just over 13 percent of ESPN leagues.
We haven’t arrived, he said. I’ve been around this league long enough to know that things change quick. It’s possible we could lose seven games in a row and you miss the playoffs. So for us, we’ll take it one game at a time. We know how hard we work and we know what we’re capable of talent-wise.
The running game produced 197 rushing yards. The defense harassed Broncos quarterback Brock Osweiler into three sacks and two interceptions.
I don’t think any of us anticipated coming in and the score to be what it was, Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins said. We knew that we could have some success and that offensively, we weren’t going to shy away from their [defensive] front. We were going to try to attack them. .?.?. That complementary football really makes it hard on teams that don’t have the same balance that we do.