New York Jets at Jacksonville Jaguars Matchup Preview 10/27/19: Analysis, Depth Charts, Daily Fantasy

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The (1-5) have been one of the worst teams in the NFL and that didn’t change last week as Sam Darnold threw 4 interceptions to the Patriots last week along with a fumble. His comment about seeing ghosts might have been the truth. Le’Veon Bell has been the only source of offense for the most part. Across from them will be the (3-4) Jaguars who still have a legitimate shot in the AFC South. They recently traded away their start defender, Jalen Ramsey, and have seemed to set their focus on the future, but they shouldn’t give up on this year. Gardner Minshew has fit in nicely as the quarterback with a few big games. This will be a must-win game type of game for the Jaguars if they want a chance at playoff contention this year. For odds movement and full matchup history, check out the New York Jets at Jacksonville Jaguars matchup page.

TV Schedule

Date: Sunday, October 27, 2019
Time: 1:00pm EST
Location: TIAA Bank Field – Jacksonville, FL
Coverage: CBS

Injury Report

New York Jets: C Ryan Kalil (Q), OT Kelvin Beachum (Q), LB Neville Hewitt (Q), LB Albert McClellan (Q), DE Henry Anderson (Q), G Brian Winters (Q), DT Steve McLendon, G Kelechi Osernele (O), WR Demaryius Thomas (Q), WR Braxton Berrios (Q), QB Sam Darnold (Q), TE Chris Herndon (Q), RB Trenton Cannon (Q), LB C.J. Mosley (Q)
Jacksonville Jaguars: LB Leon Jacobs (Q), LB Quincy Williams (Q), G Andrew Norwell (Q), WR Marqise Lee (Q), DT Marcell Dareus (O), WR Dede Westbrook (Q)

New York Jets Analysis

New York JetsThe Jets have lost any hope they once had at being a good team this year. They have gone through three quarterbacks now due to injuries and sicknesses and now their starter doesn’t even look good. Sam Darnold had quite possibly the worst game for a quarterback of the season last week with 86 passing yards and 4 interceptions. Le’Veon Bell was the only splash of good that came out of that game with 70 yards on 15 carries. This was against the best team in the NFL, but they looked absolutely horrendous.

This week, they need to use Le’Veon Bell more. He is their one playmaker on the team, and they signed him for a reason. He had the talent to lead a struggling Steelers’ offense a couple of years ago and has the ability to bring something to the Jets. They just have to put the ball in his hands more often. They also have found some success in throwing deep as it was how they were able to pull off their only win against the Cowboys a couple of weeks ago. They need to mix up giving Bell more touches and throwing deep to Robby Anderson to have success this week.

New York Jets Depth Chart

QB: Sam Darnold
RB1: Le’Veon Bell
RB2: Elijah McGuire
WR1: Robby Anderson
WR2: Josh Bellamy
WR3: Jamison Crowder
TE: Chris Herndon

Jacksonville Jaguars Analysis

Jacksonville JaguarsLeonard Fournette has begun to turn into a beast for the Jaguars. Last week he ran all over the Bengals which highly contributed to their win. When he doesn’t get to 100 yards, the Jaguars have usually lost with one exception where they won without him hitting the mark. When he has hit the mark, they have never lost. He has been getting close to 50% of the team’s plays each game recently which worked last week. This kind of approach should work against the Jets.

The Jets have a terrible offense which the Jaguars should have no problem with stopping. The big task will be moving the ball. Despite the Jets’ problems, their defense has not been one of them. They have managed to put up above-average yards allowed per game with just 352.2. Most of their yards allowed have been through the air, so I expected Gardner Minshew to play a factor. The one weakness they can exploit is the number of rushing touchdowns they have allowed. The Jets have allowed 10 rushing touchdowns which are tied for the most in the NFL. Leonard Fournette can be ready for a busy time in the red zone.

Jacksonville Jaguars Depth Chart

QB: Gardner Minshew
RB1: Leonard Fournette
RB2: Ryquel Armstead
WR1: Chris Conley
WR2: D.J. Chark
WR3: Dede Westbrook
TE: Geoff Swaim

Daily Fantasy: Cleaning It Up

The Jets are a team that allows teams to pass their way down the field. These types of drives are cleaned up with a rushing touchdown within the 10. This is a perfect scenario for Leonard Fournette’s owners. Fournette has lately been getting more and more touches, reaching 100 yards multiple times now. If he can keep this up, the Jets are a team that will allow him to score. They have allowed the most rushing touchdowns in the league with 10 in six games. There is no one that is a threat to Fournette’s running game which is a very scarce thing in the NFL nowadays. Fournette will be explosive this game.

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