• Jamison Crowder
  • WR
  • , New York Jets
  • 26
  • 185 lbs
  • 5' 8"
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by Chris Kucharski

NYJ WR Jamison Crowder - 2019 Fantasy Football Outlook

Fantasy Upside
Jamison Crowder joins the Jets after four seasons with Washington. For his first three seasons, he averaged over 60 catches and 725 yards. He will settle in as the No. 2 receiver for New York although being QB Sam Darnold’s No. 1 target isn’t out of the question.

Fantasy Downside
Last season, Crowder struggled with injuries and only played 9 games. And he went down in training camp in 2019. So, health is a major factor. Also, the other receivers on the Jets are very similar to Crowder and we won’t know where he falls in the pecking order with Darnold.

2019 Bottom Line
If Crowder is healthy, he could be one of the steals of the draft. Although he is still considered depth, his ADP is 199 and his value should have him selected much earlier. Expect 50 receptions and 725 yards. Grab him in the 13th or 14th round if he is there.

by Steve Andress

WAS WR Jamison Crowder - Week 17 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 17 vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Here are the point totals for the Washington offense over the past four games: 13, 16, 16 and 16. With a home match-up, Vegas is being "generous" this week with an implied team total of 17.75 points. With a fourth-string quarterback at the helm, this is not an offense to rely on for fantasy production in Week 17. This is a team that's just trying to stay competitive via its defense and special teams. The Eagles may rank 31st in aFPA to WRs, but Jamison Crowder can only be viewed as a risky FLEX in Week 17.

by Steve Andress

WAS WR Jamison Crowder - Week 16 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 16 at Tennessee Titans (Saturday)

Washington has scored less than 17 points in three consecutive games. This week, the implied team total of this team is absurdly low yet again - 13.5 points. It is the lowest implied total on the slate by a point and a half. With this currently being the worst offense in the NFL on its fourth quarterback of the season, we simply have no confidence in starting any piece of this offense for fantasy in Week 16.

by Steve Andress

WAS WR Jamison Crowder - Week 15 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 15 at Jacksonville Jaguars

We're going to make this really simple for you. Washington has the lowest implied total in Week 15 at 14.5 points, a full 2.5 points lower than the next worst team. They are on their fourth quarterback. The running game has been extremely inefficient, and the starting tight end is injured now on top of previous injuries to wide receivers. There isn't a single Redskins player we feel comfortable starting in fantasy football for Week 15.

by Steve Andress

WAS WR Jamison Crowder - Week 14 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 14 vs. New York Giants

My, how the Redskins have fallen in 2018, potentially going from first to the worst team in the division by the end of the season, due in large part to so many notable injuries. Washington is now on its third quarterback in Mark Sanchez, and have an implied team total of fewer than 20 points this week, bottom five in the league. New York also ranks fourth in aFPA to WRs. These factors combine to make no wideout from this unit remotely close to starting consideration. In fact, none are top 50 at the position.

by Steve Andress

WAS WR Jamison Crowder - Week 6 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 6 vs. Carolina Panther

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Jamison Crowder is out Week 6.

by Steve Andress

WAS WR Jamison Crowder - Week 5 Fantasy Football Outlook

Week 5 at New Orleans Saints

Washington comes off its early bye week and heads to New Orleans for a game that's tied for the second-highest over/under of Week 5's Sunday and Monday slate. The Saints rank dead last in aFPA to WRs. Target share is the issue here though. No Washington receiver is even averaging five targets per game. Chris Thompson and Jordan Reed are taking the lead in this offense with what appears to be pre-Tyreek Hill Alex Smith running the show at quarterback. Remember when Smith went an entire season without a touchdown to a wide receiver? Yeah, don't play a Washington receiver unless you're desperate. You just don't know which will pop in any given week.

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