Heading into Week 14 fantasy football action, wide receiver Robby Anderson of the New York Jets is a must-start against the Denver Broncos.
Wide receiver Robby Anderson has been on fire as of late. Despite not scoring a touchdown last week against the Kansas City Chiefs, Anderson has been posting some solid fantasy football numbers all season long. Last week, Anderson totaled 107 receiving yards on 8 receptions. Should fantasy football owners start Anderson this week?
In the grand scheme of things, it should be known that as per the Media Relations Department of the Jets, Anderson has been dealing with a hamstring issue that he got in practice earlier in the week. While he should be good to go against the Chiefs on Sunday, there has to be some slight bit of caution due to this injury that might limit him.
The good news is, he’ll have a day and change to recuperate from this hamstring issue which is always a good thing. Regardless, Anderson should still continue being a force to reckon with and have another strong game against the Broncos.
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The Broncos secondary is a solid one so Anderson will have his work cut out for him but he’s at least worth starting as either a WR2 or a FLEX option. Expect to see Anderson score at least a touchdown or two and have his third straight 100+ yard game.
Considering that the Jets offense can be inconsistent from one week to the next, the main theme has been targeting Anderson to keep those chains moving. His targets should stay the same and especially when he gets into 1st and goal situations.
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Overall, start Anderson this week and don’t even second guess it. Anderson will only continue to develop into a complete receiving option and will be an X-factor against the Broncos.