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New York Jets 2024 fantasy football projections

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Below you will find our 2024 fantasy football projections for the New York Jets.

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Aaron Rodgers552.8359.33924.927.648.8436.1104.71.44268.99
Tyrod Taylor44.828.1313.61.70.761789.30.6830.83

Aaron Rodgers: The Jets signed Mike Williams, a big upgrade opposite Garrett Wilson, and Tyron Smith in free agency while also drafting Olu Fashanu and Malachi Corley with their first two picks to help bolster the offense. Assuming better health in 2024 for Rodgers, who missed nearly all of last season with a torn Achilles, he should help raise the play of the offense in general — and the pass catchers in particular — even if he's only a mid-tier QB2 in fantasy.

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Breece Hall233.81063.86.962508.63.4250.04
Braelon Allen53.1228.31.4314.7114.40.855
Israel Abanikanda43.6185.30.9812.293.20.643.43
Isaiah Davis24.2101.60.584.6360.321.34
Nick Bawden1.

Breece Hall: Not much went right for the Jets in 2023, although Hall was one of their few bright spots. Hall nearly rushed for 1,000 yards (994), led all running backs in receptions (76) and scored the fourth-most fantasy points (second-most in full-PPR formats) among running backs. With more competent quarterback play next season and being another year removed from his torn ACL, Hall is my clear favorite among non-Christian McCaffrey running backs.


Garrett Wilson921112.67.64.317.20.17205.6
Mike Williams61837.15.7000148.41
Malachi Corley38.7466.23.26.435.20.3290.61
Allen Lazard10.7137.81.100025.73
Xavier Gipson9.3103.80.75.331.80.3224.33
Jason Brownlee2.125.40.20004.79

Garrett Wilson: With Aaron Rodgers playing four snaps in 2023, it's no surprise that Wilson failed to live up to preseason expectations. Then again, fantasy managers expected more than a WR31 finish. Even so, the lack of scoring (three TDs) was a big factor, as Wilson finished with 95 catches for 1,042 yards. No receiver had a higher number of contested targets (37), per PFF. Assuming better quarterback play and barring injury, Wilson could take a big step forward in his age-24 season.

Mike Williams: Williams missed nearly all of the 2023 season with a torn ACL, but he's shown how productive he can be when healthy. While he has appeared in only 32 games over the past three seasons, he has averaged a 17-game line of 84/1,217/7 during that span. Earlier this spring, GM Joe Douglas said of Williams, "I would say he's not gonna be ready for the start of training camp," but "we do feel confident that he's gonna be ready for the year."

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Tyler Conklin50508.63.600097.46
Jeremy Ruckert22.1222.51.600042.9
Kenny Yeboah5.655.10.400010.71

Tyler Conklin: Conklin has had exactly 87 targets with 58 to 61 receptions in three consective years including the past two seasons with the Jets. Conklin set a career high with 621 yards (but failed to score a touchdown) in 2023. The presence of Mike Williams and Malachi Corley as the team's WR2/WR3, respectively, could lead to a few less targets (than 87), but a healthy Aaron Rodgers should raise the overall performance of the offense.

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