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The semifinals are here. The question is are you still here or did your team get eliminated this final week of the regular season? Whether you’re going for a title or just playing consolation rounds, let’s scrape the last bits of meat off of the waiver wire’s bones.
Availability is based on ESPN leagues and FAAB off the $100 budget you’ve been nursing since September.
New York Jets RB Bilal Powell (96%; $8) has scored four touchdowns in his last four games and has received at last 11 carries per outing. This week’s matchup with the Titans shows promise for another nice game from Powell.
New York Giants RB David Wilson (60%; $5) has burst back on to the scene with his monster game against New Orleans. I’m just as impressed with his 100 yards rushing as I am with this 221 yards in the kick return game. Add to the mix Ahmad Bradshaw possibly having knee issues and a soft Atlanta run defense, this could be another big week for the rookie.
Washington QB Kirk Cousins (99.8%; $3) would be...
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Jets running back Bilal Powell led the team with 78 yards on 19 carries, and also scored a touchdown Sunday against Jacksonville.Fantasy Spin:Powell has handled 13.5 carries per game over his last four games. He's turned in 218 yards and four touchdowns in that span and isn't a bad flex play next week against the Titans.
Stinkbowl 2012 is over and done with. The Jets' terrible offense slightly bettered the Jacksonville Jaguars' terrible offense.
No need to bench Mark Sanchez, who went 12/19 with 111 yards (he did lose another fumble) this time around. He was a complete non-factor in the second half as the Jets took the ball out of the maligned QB's hands and reverted to ground...
Shonn Greene and Bilal Powell ran for short touchdowns and the New York Jets kept their postseason hopes alive with a 17-10 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday.
The Jets (6-7) were shut out at halftime for the second consecutive week, but they didn't need to change quarterbacks to spark the offense this time around.
Instead, they just pounded the Jaguars (2-11) up the...
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- The New York Jets stayed on the ground and stayed in the playoff hunt.
Shonn Greene and Bilal Powell ran for short touchdowns and the Jets kept their postseason hopes alive with a 17-10 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday.
The Jets (6-7) were shut out at halftime for the second consecutive week, but they didn't need to change quarterbacks...
Jets hold off Jags while receiving help in the AFC playoff picture. (To be updated with player quotes)As usual it wasn't pretty, but the Jets did just enough to beat the Jaguars 17-10 in Jacksonville. Shonn Greene and Bilal Powell both ran for touchdowns and the defense put together another great performance to improve the Jets' record to 6-7 on the season. Muhammad Wilkerson...
RB Bilal Powell (New York Jets) – 19 carries for 78 yards and 1 TD
WR Harry Douglas (Atlanta Falcons) – 2 catches for 29 yards
S Kerry Rhodes (Arizona Cardinals) – 4 tackles (1 solo)
CB William Gay (Arizona Cardinals) – 1 solo tackle
K David Akers (San Francisco 49ers) – 2/2; long 37
RB Michael Bush (Chicago Bears) – 1 carry for 6 yards. Michael Bush was injured after...
The Turn On The Jets offensive film breakdown this week is going to focus on a handful of questions I received on Twitter - All the questions generally broke out into the following four categories, which I will review section by section. Make sure to check back later today for Chris Gross‘ defensive film breakdown.
1 – Wide Receiver Separation
Many people were curious if the...
The ideal gameplan for the New York Jets' offense includes a lot of carries divided evenly between running backs and limited chances taken via the passing game. That's exactly what transpired Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Running back Bilal Powell rushed for 78 yards on 19 carries, and fellow tailback Shonn Greene gained 77 yards on 20 carries. Each scored a rushing...