Each time Sam Darnold drops back, he has options on every level of the field. Darnold, who, like Alex Smith, doesn’t receive enough credit for his athleticism, runs his fair share of read options and has the choice of keeping it or not. This puts stress on the defense. The pace is significantly higher than under Chan Gailey, John Morton or Bates.
Also from Connor Hughes of The Athletic, "I came away incredibly impressed with both Darnold’s arm strength and accuracy. He threw three perfect bombs to Robby Anderson (once) and Quincy Enunwa (twice) at different times during the six media-open workouts."
This faster speed of play is good news for the entire Jets offense when it comes to fantasy ceilings, and most can currently be had for very cheap. Sam Darnold averaged 13.0 fantasy points last season over 13 games and should have no trouble besting that in his sophomore year in the league. He makes for a great value stack in best-ball leagues with WR Robby Anderson and TE Chris Herndon, or a late-round redraft QB that has solid potential to outperform his ADP.
NYJ WR Quincy Enunwa - Week 1 Fantasy Football Outlook
Week 1 vs Buffalo
The Jets still love Quincy Enunwa who will have a major role in the offense. They think he can return to his 2016 form and last season was a recovery season for him after missing all of 2017 with a broken neck.
Enunwa's impact will be limited Week 1 as the matchup is very tough against Buffalo who was fifth in aFPA to wide receivers in 2018. Enunwa is a borderline roster player and probably third-best option on the Jets roster for fantasy. Keep him on the waiver wire to start the season and see how he performs early on.