Coach Todd Bowles said Bryce Petty will start the Jets' final four games.
Owners of Ryan Fitzpatrick can release him. Petty will get starts at the 49ers, vs. the Dolphins, at the Patriots, and vs. the Bills to close out the year. At 3-9, it makes sense for the Jets to get a look at Petty to see if they have anything here. By the looks of his first few NFL appearances, chances are slim. He has a big arm, but struggles with accuracy. Petty's insertion to the lineup is a big downgrade to Brandon Marshall, but might give Robby Anderson a slight boost.
Bilal Powell rushed one time for three yards in the Jets' Week 13 loss to the Colts.
He didn't catch a pass on just one target. A week after piling up 43 yards on nine touches against the Patriots, Powell wasn't even in the game plan in this one, despite the Colts blowing the doors off the Jets. C.J. Spiller touched the ball three times behind Matt Forte, totaling 12 yards. Powell might be able to bounce back next week at the 49ers, but he's impossible to trust.
Phillip Dorsett didn't catch a pass in the Colts' Week 13 win over the Jets.
He was targeted just once, drawing a long defensive pass interference on the play against LB Julian Stanford, who was trying to cover the speedy Dorsett way down field. Dorsett's only stat was a seven-yard rush where he drew a 15-yard late-hit penalty at the end of it. He's not on the fantasy map.
Quincy Enunwa caught 1-of-2 targets for 10 yards in the Jets' Week 13 loss to the Colts.
Quite the dud after a big Week 12 where Enunwa caught five balls for 109 yards and a score against the Patriots. This was a much better matchup on paper, but the Jets did nothing offensively in the 41-10 loss. Robby Anderson was locked in as Bryce Petty's favorite target, leading the team with 12 targets and scoring the lone touchdown. Enunwa will be a WR3/4 next week at the 49ers.
Brandon Marshall caught 4-of-8 targets for 43 yards in the Jets' Week 13 loss to the Colts.
The Jets were destroyed 41-10, and Marshall wasn't much of a factor in a game Gang Green failed to move the football. He had one catch for 17 yards at halftime, and Robby Anderson was the focal point for Bryce Petty in the second half after Ryan Fitzpatrick was benched. It's been a real rough season for Marshall. He'll be a WR3 next week at San Francisco with Petty likely to start.
Donte Moncrief caught 4-of-6 targets for 26 yards and one touchdown in the Colts' Week 13 win over the Jets on Monday night.
He's now scored in all five games since returning from his shoulder blade injury. Moncrief hasn't been putting up the yards, but he's been a force to be reckoned with in the red zone. He hasn't topped 55 yards since Week 1, but Moncrief will be a touchdown-dependent WR2 next week against the Texans.
Robby Anderson caught 4-of-12 targets for 61 yards and one touchdown in the Jets' Week 13 loss to the Colts.
Anderson led the Jets in targets, seeing four more than Brandon Marshall in a game they got blasted 41-10. Bryce Petty, who was filling in for a benched Ryan Fitzpatrick, was targeting Anderson relentlessly. Anderson dropped a number of balls, but was able to score a 40-yard, meaningless touchdown after the defensive back fell down in coverage. Anderson isn't worth owning in redraft leagues, but is worth a flier ahead of 2017 in Dynasty formats.
Jack Doyle caught 4-of-4 targets for 31 yards in the Colts' Week 13 win over the Jets.
Doyle was close to scoring a touchdown right before halftime, but he lost control of the ball near the goal line and it went off the pylon for a touchback. He and Dwayne Allen each saw four targets, but Allen did much more with his, tallying 72 yards and three touchdowns. Doyle isn't a fantasy starter.