The Jet Press

Fantasy Football Sit ‘Em Week 10: WR Quincy Enunwa

By Luis Tirado Jr.
MIAMI, FL - NOVEMBER 04: Quincy Enunwa #81 of the New York Jets completes a reception against the defense of Cornell Armstrong #31 of the Miami Dolphins in the second half of their game at Hard Rock Stadium on November 4, 2018 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Mark Brown/Getty Images)
MIAMI, FL - NOVEMBER 04: Quincy Enunwa #81 of the New York Jets completes a reception against the defense of Cornell Armstrong #31 of the Miami Dolphins in the second half of their game at Hard Rock Stadium on November 4, 2018 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Mark Brown/Getty Images)
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Heading into Week 10 fantasy football, it’s best to sit New York Jets wide receiver Quincy Enunwa against the Buffalo Bills.

The New York Jets are heading into another AFC East rivalry game but this time, against the abysmal Buffalo Bills. It’s scary to think the Jets could potentially lose this game to a team that is 2-7 but it is what it is. When it comes to the fantasy football value of players on the Jets, there is not much to work with.

Wide receiver Quincy Enunwa has only scored one touchdown this season and that was back in Week 1. Since then, Enunwa has yet to have a game in which he hit the century mark with receiving yards as that won’t be changing later on today against the Bills.

In the grand scheme of things, it’s best to sit Enunwa this week and find other wide receivers entering more favorable matchups. The truth of the matter is, with a new quarterback under center in Josh McCown, things won’t magically change in a week when it comes to the anemic Jets offense.

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The Jets have major problems on their offensive line from an injury and consistency standpoint in addition to their wide receiver corps being a huge letdown this season. Whether it’s due to playing with a rookie quarterback in Sam Darnold or just bad offensive game planning, the Jets offense is a hot mess.

The only player potentially worth starting this week is running back Isaiah Crowell but even that comes with risk, hence why at best he’s a FLEX option against the lackluster run defense of the Bills.

If offensive coordinator Jeremy Bates plans to leave this game victorious, it will likely come with a heavy ground game and letting McCown focus on managing the game wisely. Either way, this will be another dud of a game for the Jets offense and especially Enunwa. Sit him and don’t even think twice about it.

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