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Cap’s Best Ball Stacks for Underdog Fantasy – New York Jets

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Underdog Fantasy is the biggest and best Best ball platform, with thousands of users and massive cash tournaments for you to take advantage of. Best ball is the easiest way to play fantasy football. All you have to do is draft your team and Underdog Fantasy will do the rest for you. They’ll set your optimal lineup each week based on who on your roster scores the most points, meaning you’ll never have to fret start/sit decisions early Sunday morning ever again. The most proven way to win these large tournaments is called “stacking”. Stacking is when you draft multiple players from the same offense. The philosophy behind this is if that offense “hits” and has a great offensive year, then your team will reap the benefits of having every piece of a productive offense and you should outscore your opponents who did not stack. 


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Since everyone is clamoring to add offensive superstars like Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce and Tyreek Hill (Kansas City Chiefs stack) it’s essential to diversify your Bestball portfolio with non-consensus offenses that could outperform expectations. This series of articles will identify cheap offenses to stack during your 2021 Bestball drafts that could potentially win you some money in tournaments. 

New York Jets 

No one wants the Jets players. The stink of former head coach Adam Gase has not yet worn off of Gang Green. However, with new head coach Robert Saleh importing the San Francisco 49ers offensive scheme, there’s reason to believe that the Jets are going to outperform expectations in 2021. The key targets in a New York Jets are:

  • QB – Zach Wilson – The first round pick out of BYU should produce Day 1. He has the mobility to churn out some extra yards on the ground, has a cannon of an arm and is surrounded by offensive playmakers with fellow rookie wide receiver Elijah Moore, Jamison Crowder, Denzel Mims, Corey Davis, running backs Tevin Coleman and rookie Michael Carter. With an Underdog ADP of QB24 and 180.0 overall, Wilson is being drafted near his floor and is a bargain at that price compared to his potential. 
  • RB – Michael Carter – While Tevin Coleman is the cheaper of the two running backs (RB49 and 174.7 overall ADP) Carter is the option you want in a half-PPR format like Underdog. Carter has some of the best pass-catching chops out of this entire draft class at the position and is being discounted at RB31 and 94.8 overall ADP.
  • WR – Jamison Crowder – While Elijah Moore may be the “sexy pick”, Crowder is the better value. When healthy, Crowder has produced fantasy WR2-WR1 numbers every season. I expect him to be Zach Wilson’s best friend early on in the season. With an ADP of WR74 and 162.8 overall, Crowder is practically free in all of your Underdog drafts and could pay off in a big way come tournament time. If you want to pay up a little more at this position, go ahead and draft Elijah Moore with an ADP of WR53 and 108.6 overall with confidence. 

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