FAmily Times Podcast - To Super Flex Or Not To Super Flex?
Justin Fensterman, Matt Selz, and Ryan Hallam return with the latest FAmily Times Podcast talking fantasy football league setups and the strategies for super flex plus their favorite drinks for the Alarming 7.
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Jared Cook left Week 3 against the Packers with an ankle injury.
Cook was limping badly before he was taken to the locker room. He had two catches for 21 yards on three targets. Adam Trautman will pick up Cook's snaps.
Added 10:39 pm (EST)
Added 10:39 pm (EST)
C. Hogan - WR
Chris Hogan didn't record a catch in New York's Week 3 loss to Indianapolis.
Go figure. It was Braxton Berrios (4/64/1) who instead popped in this particular matchup against Xavier Rhodes. Neither are fantasy options unless itching to burn money on one-game DFS slates.
Added 10:28 pm (EST)
Lamical Perine rushed seven times for 24 yards, adding two catches for -1 yards in New York's Week 3 loss to the Colts.
Frank Gore out-touched Perine 16 to 9 as the rookie worked directly behind the veteran until the game got completely out of hand. Perine is an interesting addition off waivers based on the idea Adam Gase is let go if the team starts the year 0-4 after Thursday night's contest against the Broncos.
Added 10:24 pm (EST)
B. Berrios - WR
Braxton Berrios caught all four of his targets for 64 yards and a touchdown in New York's Week 3 loss to the Colts.
Berrios was the lone bright spot for the Jets in an otherwise horrific performance, scoring the team's only touchdown after Sam Darnold bought time in the flats and found Berrios open in the right corner of the end zone. He also beat Xavier Rhodes for a 28-yard gain in the first quarter when the contest was still competitive. Berrios only received the opportunity because both Jamison Crowder (hamstring) and Breshad Perriman (ankle) were scratched, making the former a longshot for a full-time role unless those two aren't able to heal in time for Thursday's tilt against Denver.
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K. Ballage - RB
Kalen Ballage rushed two times for eight yards, hauling in all five of his targets for 44 yards in New York's Week 3 loss to Indianapolis.
Ballage was leaned on late when the Colts inserted its reserves in the second half, ultimately handling seven touches to Frank Gore's 16. Although Ballage's usage in the receiving game was plentiful, it's not something fantasy players should become accustomed to. He's a desperate flier in the deepest of leagues and nothing more.
Added 10:16 pm (EST)
Chris Herndon caught 3-of-5 targets for 21 yards in the Jets' Week 3 loss to the Colts.
The good news is Herndon lined up in the slot for a season-high 12 snaps. The bad news is that he still plays for Adam Gase and thus is nothing more than bench fodder for the foreseeable future. His five targets tied Kalen Ballage for a team-high mark without either Jamison Crowder (hamstring) or Breshad Perriman (ankle) available Sunday. Fantasy players can keep Herndon benched until Gase is inevitably removed from his coaching ivory tower.
Added 10:11 pm (EST)
Frank Gore rushed 15 times for 57 yards in New York's Week 3 loss to the Colts.
Gore handled 15 of the Jets' 24 running back carries, averaging an empty 3.8 yards per run as the Colts' front-seven teed off on Sam Darnold throughout play. Even in shouldering 16 of the team's 32 backfield touches though, Gore isn't a viable option unless fantasy players find themselves reeling in 14/16-team leagues. Thursday's short turnaround against the Broncos makes for another horrendous matchup for the 37-year-old veteran.
Added 10:06 pm (EST)
J. Guyton - WR
Jalen Guyton caught 2-of-3 targets for 23 yards in the Chargers' Week 3 loss to the Panthers.
Coming off a touchdown catch on two targets last week, Guyton got a few looks from Justin Herbert against Carolina. He should stay on your local waiver wire unless Mike Williams (hamstring) misses Week 4 against the Bucs. Even then, Guyton is only viable in deep formats.
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