Heading into Week 2 fantasy football, New York Jets wide receiver Quincy Enunwa is worth starting against the defense of the Miami Dolphins.
In his first regular season game back from a severe neck injury that made him miss all of last season, New York Jets wide receiver Quincy Enunwa put on an absolute clinic against the Detroit Lions. Week 1 was a good week for fantasy football owners that boldly starting Enunwa in their lineups.
Last week, Enunwa totaled 63 receiving yards, six receptions, and a touchdown. Not only did Enunwa look like he didn’t miss a beat, but he proved that he could easily return to form before his next injury.
Enunwa is preparing for a big game in Week 2 action as the Jets welcome the Miami Dolphins to MetLife Stadium in their home opener. This classic AFC East rivalry game tends to always be a competitive matchup which could see another big game for Enunwa.
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At this point in time, offensive coordinator Jeremy Bates is keeping things simple on offense and doing a solid job so far in mixing plays up to keep opposing defenses guessing. With a heavy emphasis on the ground game, expect to see Enunwa’s number called again in this matchup.
Fantasy football owners should consider Enunwa a WR2 or at least a FLEX option this week. Enunwa is entering another favorable matchup since it’s expected he will see a lot of passes coming his way from rookie quarterback Sam Darnold who has already built a solid connection with the veteran receiver.
Overall, expect another solid fantasy game from Enunwa who will likely see the end zone at least once or twice against the Dolphins. Last week was just a small glimpse at what Enunwa brings to the Jets which is an incredible dimension to have thanks to his ability to get the job done the moment the football is in his hands.