Heading into Week 13 fantasy football, make sure to sit tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins of the New York Jets as he goes up against the defense of the Kansas City Chiefs.
Unfortunately for tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins of the New York Jets, he hasn’t been doing good as of late when it comes to his fantasy football value. Despite being one of the better tight ends the Jets have had in what seems like forever, he’s been dealt some unfortunate cards as of late.
Seferian-Jenkins has had not one but two touchdowns reversed by officiating crews to incomplete passes thanks to the bogus replay system. No matter where you fall on the subject, many believed they both were indeed touchdowns and that the Jets were robbed.
Either way, one can’t go back in time as what’s done is done. Looking over the past few weeks, Seferian-Jenkins hasn’t produced consistently enough when it comes to his fantasy football output.
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He hasn’t scored a touchdown in four weeks and has been inconsistent. Considering that the fantasy football playoffs are right around the corner, this isn’t a time to think about taking a big risk on a tight end that appears to be in a slump.
This week, the Jets have another home game but this time around, against the Kansas City Chiefs. While their defense isn’t as good as it was at the start of the season, they’ll still be able to keep Seferian-Jenkins in check.
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In the grand scheme of things, it’s best to sit him this week and find another viable replacement at tight end if you’re looking for one. Don’t expect Seferian-Jenkins to do much of anything as the Jets continue to make Robby Anderson, Bilal Powell, and even Jermaine Kearse their main players to get the job done on offense.