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Mailbag: November 24, 2021

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. Special Thanksgiving edition. Is Elijah Moore now the top receiver with the Jets? Is Ty Johnson worth a Week 12 waiver claim? Sputtering A.J. Brown. And more. more »


Podcast: November 23 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Moishe Steigmann and Justin Eleff work the waiver wire after Week 11 of the NFL regular season, play a Thanksgiving-themed game of #SUPPLYbyDEMAND, and take a minute (or an hour) to celebrate our listeners. Sponsored by Affordable Trophies.  more »


Factoid: Jets running backs

There's been optimism about Jets fourth-round running back Michael Carter, and in some respects it's warranted; he's apparently shown well in camp. But it also seems very possible he'll be stuck in a messy committee this season, with Ty Johnson and Tevin Coleman; maybe even LaMical Perine. That's something that should give you pause before selecting Carter in drafts.   more »


Around the NFL: Michael Carter

I am intrigued by the Jets. With the way their team is coming together, I think there will be some good running back games there. There will be at least some weeks where there are running backs on that roster who dramatically outperform where they’re selected in fantasy drafts.  more »



Jets RB Coleman healthy and ready to roll in 2021

New York Jets running back TEVIN COLEMAN says he is fully healthy after an injury-ravaged 2020 campaign in San Francisco. Coleman added that he’s feeling good and that he has “gotMore a lot in my tank” and is ready to prove himself this season. Coleman will compete for a role in the Jets backfield along with fellow running backs LA’MICAL PERINE, TY JOHNSON, JOSH ADAMS, and rookie MICHAEL CARTER. Coleman also believes his dual-threat ability could be his biggest asset to rookie quarterback ZACH WILSON. Less


Around the NFL: Jets running backs

Story this weekend that the Jets have been rotating three different backs with the starters at OTAs. Tevin Coleman, Ty Johnson (pictured) and rookie Michael Carter have all been taking their turn, and possibly LaMical Perine could still be a factor. It looks like a mess best avoided.   more »



Jets place RB Perine on Covid-19 reserve list

The New York Jets placed rookie running back LA’MICAL PERINE on the Covid-19 reserve list on Wednesday after he tested positive for the virus. Perine becomes the first Jets player toMore test positive in the regular season, with the test result keeping him out of action for Sunday’s season finale against the New England Patriots. With fellow running back FRANK GORE out with a bruised lung, the Jets are down to TY JOHNSON and JOSH ADAMS in the backfield. Less

Source: New York Post

Podcast: December 8 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Moishe Steigmann and Justin Eleff work the waiver wire after Week 13 of the NFL regular season, then fire up another week of our SUPPLY BY DEMAND contest. Sponsored by Affordable Trophies.  more »


Around the NFL: Just End The Season

New York released LeVeon Bell last night, just hours after the report came out that they were trying to trade him. (Which was different than basically every week since they signed him how?) Sometimes when a team dumps its starter, other players become more valuable. Doesn't seem to be the case here.   more »

Mailbag: October 24, 2019

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition. Detroit's Johnson & Johnson backfield. Are the Rams ready to shuffle the deck at running back? Odell Beckham against New England's lock-down defense. And can Sam Darnold turn things around? more »



Lions place RB Johnson on injured reserve

The Detroit Lions placed running back KERRYON JOHNSON on injured reserve on Tuesday with a knee injury. Head coach Matt Patricia confirmed that the Lions running back had surgery, but theMore team is hopeful he can return later in the season. By placing Johnson on IR, he is required to miss at least eight games – making him eligible to return for the team’s December 22nd game against the Denver Broncos. With Johnson out, the Lions will move forward with TY JOHNSON, J.D. MCKISSIC, and recent waiver claim TRA CARSON in the backfield. Less

Source: Detroit News


Johnson to miss time due to knee injury

Detroit Lions running back KERRYON JOHNSON is expected to miss “some time” after suffering a knee injury in Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings. Johnson was spotted on the sidelines wearingMore a knee brace and is currently being considered week-to-week. Running backs TY JOHNSON and J.D. MCKISSIC are expected to lead the backfield while Johnson is out. Less


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