New York Jets at Washington Redskins Matchup Preview 11/17/19: Analysis, Depth Charts, Daily Fantasy

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This matchup has the (2-7) Jets taking on the (1-7) Redskins. This game will be full of exciting football… For real though, this game is one to browse over. The Jets have possessed one of the worst offenses in the league. At only 14.4 points per game, they rank the third-worst in the NFL. Last week, they did manage 34 points in a win against the Giants to gain their superior status in New York. The Redskins have the absolute worst offense in the NFL with 12 points per game. They have gone through three quarterbacks and are again switching it up. They just named Dwayne Haskins the starter for the rest of the season over Case Keenum. We will see how well that works out against the Jets this week. For odds movement and full matchup history, visit the New York Jets at Washington Redskins matchup page.

TV Schedule

Date: Sunday, November 17, 2019
Time: 1:00pm ET
Location: FedExField – Landover, MD
Coverage: FOX

Injury Report

New York Jets: LB C.J. Mosley (O), LB Bradon Copeland (Q), LB Neville Hewitt (Q), C Ryan Kalil (Q), CB Darryl Roberts (Q), RB Josh Adams (Q), DE Henry Anderson (Q), OT Kelvin Beachum (Q), DT Steve McLendon (Q), S Matthias Farley (Q), G Alex Lewis (Q), WR Robby Anderson (Q), WR Demaryius Thomas (Q), RB Le’Veon Bell (Q)
Washington Redskins: DT Tim Settle (Q), S Deshazor Everett (Q), TE Vernon Davis (Q), RB Chris Thompson (Q), WR Paul Richardson Jr. (Q), CB Josh Norman (Q), S Montae Nicholson (Q), RB Adrian Peterson (Q)

New York Jets Analysis

New York JetsThe Jets had a big pride win last week over their intercity rivals, the Giants. They haven’t had much good to show this year with an inefficient offense that hasn’t been very productive. They had a standout game last week when they put up 34 on the Giants, but even that only raised their average points to 14.4. They have the lowest amount of yards per game with 231.3. At this point in the season, it would be better for the Jets to start losing to get a better draft position for next year. There is no chance of turning their season around.

But if they do want to win, their best bet will be through Le’Veon Bell. He has been the true source of their limited offense whether it’s on the ground or through the air. Bell has been able to play the bail out role for when Darnold is scrambling around the backfield. When the ball is in his hands, he has the ability to make plays. The Redskins have allowed the seventh-most fantasy points to running backs this season. Bell will be busy in this game if the Jets want to win.

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: Ryan Griffin

Washington Redskins Analysis

Washington RedskinsThe Redskins have had a similar season to the Jets but worse. Their one win came against the Dolphins which was decided by a single point. They have made the change between three quarterbacks this season. They started with Case Keenum. Made the switch to Dwayne Haskins who looked terrible in his first appearance. Tried out Colt McCoy which also didn’t work. Came back to Case Keenum who gave them their win but are now switching back to Dwayne Haskins again who is now named the starter for the rest of the year. They spent an early draft pick on him to become the quarterback for the organization, so they need to start developing him. This is the right move to give him game experience, especially at a time when it doesn’t matter if they win or lose.

To win this week, Haskins will need to start looking like the quarterback he was in college. He was a dominant quarterback that has great potential in the NFL, especially with his ability to use his legs. He could become a Lamar Jackson-type of quarterback by next season. The development process will start this week and if the Redskins want to win, it will be reliant on his ability to move the ball.

Washington Redskins Depth Chart

QB: Dwayne Haskins
RB1: Adrian Peterson
RB2: Derrius Guice
WR1: Terry McLaurin
WR2: Paul Richardson
WR3: Trey Quinn
TE: Jeremy Sprinkle

Daily Fantasy: Ring the Bells

Both sides of the ball, I wouldn’t want to be starting anyone on my fantasy team, but if you unfortunately drafted Le’Veon Bell, he is really the only good option. He has been mostly a bust this year with how the Jets have played, but he could see an increase in his workload this week. The Redskins don’t hold a great defense and a player of Bell’s caliber has the ability to tear through it. Running backs have proven to have success against the Redskins and I don’t imagine Bell not taking advantage

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