Fantasy Football Start or Sit Week 9: WR Jermaine Kearse
Heading into Week 9 fantasy football, it’s best to sit wide receiver Jermaine Kearse of the New York Jets against the Buffalo Bills.
When wide receiver Jermaine Kearse first came to the New York Jets, he easily became their top receiving threat. He was able to do it all from making big plays, consistently score touchdowns, and be a legitimate threat that defenses had to account for every single week. Unfortunately, he’s been fizzling out as of late and heading into Week 9 fantasy football, isn’t worth starting, to say the least.
His targets have diminished on offense and he’s been developing a case of the dropsies. It’s hard to determine what the exact cause is but over the past few weeks, his fantasy football value has dropped dramatically.
Considering how good the pass defense is of the Buffalo Bills, means Kearse will once again be a non-factor on offense. Even quarterback Josh McCown, who is also worth sitting this week in fantasy football, is in a slump.
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The Jets are losing games they could have easily won and it comes down to their offense. It’s so inconsistent that they don’t have a steady rhythm to get the job done at all.
Offensive coordinator John Morton‘s playcalling is confusing and often times makes no sense whatsoever during key situations in a game.
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Save yourself a headache and sit Kearse this week. The Jets will more than likely lose their fourth straight game as their offense hasn’t clicked on all cylinders going on weeks now. Find any other wide receiver that’s entering a more favorable matchup since Kearse is the top target on offense for the Jets and will get shut down by the stout defensive secondary of the Bills.