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Fantasy Points
Nov 27, 2022 6 21 3.5 6 0 3
Nov 20, 2022 8 19 2.4 8 0 1
Nov 6, 2022 12 76 6.3 25 1 14
Oct 30, 2022 7 26 3.7 11 0 5
Oct 23, 2022 13 29 2.2 5 0 6

Fantasy Stats

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Fantasy Points
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Fantasy Points per Game
2022 370 3.74 3 28 209
2021 639 4.35 4 1 36 325 1178.4
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Fantasy News

  • Jets' Michael Carter: Set to miss practice Wednesday

    Carter (ankle) won't practice Wednesday, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. The report notes that coach Robert Saleh is hopeful that Carter, who is dealing with a low-ankle sprain, will be able to play Sunday against the Vikings, but for now the running back is day-to-day. If Carter ends up being sidelined or limited this weekend, Zonovan Knight and Ty Johnson would be in line for added Week 13 opportunities along with James Robinson, who was a healthy scratch in the Jets' Week 12 win over the Bears.
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  • Jets' Michael Carter: Considered day-to-day

    Coach Robert Saleh said Monday that Carter has a low-ankle sprain and is considered day-to-day, Connor Hughes of SNY.tv reports. Saleh added that he'll have more information Wednesday, when the team begins Week 13 prep, but as of Monday, it appears Carter will have a chance to play Sunday against the Vikings. This appears to be the best-case scenario for the running back, as Saleh specifically noted Carter didn't suffer a high-ankle sprain, per Andy Vasquez of The Bergen Record. With Breece Hall (knee) on IR, Carter appears to be the team's No. 1 back ahead of Ty Johnson, Zonovan Knight and mid-season acquisition James Robinson, the latter of whom was a healthy scratch for Week 12.
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  • Jets' Michael Carter: Likely has ankle sprain

    Coach Robert Saleh said Carter likely suffered a sprained ankle during Sunday's 31-10 win against the Bears, Connor Hughes of The Athletic reports. At the time of his departure in the second half, Carter had six carries for 21 yards and hauled in both of his targets for 15 yards. Saleh noted the Jets will have more information regarding Carter's injury Monday, so testing seemingly is in store to learn its extent. With Breece Hall (knee) on injured reserve and James Robinson a healthy scratch Sunday, Ty Johnson and Zonovan Knight were New York's healthy and available running backs by the end of Sunday's contest.
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  • Jets' Michael Carter: Exits Sunday's game

    Carter was forced out of Sunday's game against the Bears with an ankle injury. Prior to his exit from the contest, Carter had carried six times for 21 yards and caught two passes for 15 yards. In his absence, added backfield touches are available for Zonovan Knight and Ty Johnson.
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  • Jets' Michael Carter: Start Him in PPR (Lineup Decisions)

    The Jets' QB change should be great news for Michael Carter and James Robinson, as Mike White tunneled on running back targets during his time on the field last season, including peppering Carter and Ty Johnson with 16 targets in his relief debut, then feeding the pair 20 targets in his 405-yard starting debut. Dave is starting Carter in PPR over D'Andre Swift, Latavius Murray and Cordarelle Patterson.
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  • Jets' Michael Carter: Sleeper RBs

    Carter and James Robinson should both benefit with Mike White taking over as the starting quarterback for the Jets. White played the majority of three games for the Jets in 2021, and Carter had 21 catches over that span, including two outings with at least eight receptions for 67 yards. We'll see how the Jets use Carter and Robinson against Chicago, but both should be considered high-end flex options. The Bears have allowed eight touchdowns to running backs in their past five games, and Carter and Robinson both scored touchdowns in the same game as recently as Week 9 against Buffalo. Hopefully, the same thing happens again in Week 12.
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  • Jets' Michael Carter: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    Carter and James Robinson should both benefit with Mike White taking over as the starting quarterback for the Jets. White played the majority of three games for the Jets in 2021, and Carter had 21 catches over that span, including two outings with at least eight receptions for 67 yards. We'll see how the Jets use Carter and Robinson against Chicago, but both should be considered high-end flex options. The Bears have allowed eight touchdowns to running backs in their past five games, and Carter and Robinson both scored touchdowns in the same game as recently as Week 9 against Buffalo. Hopefully, the same thing happens again in Week 12.
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  • Jets' Michael Carter: Bottled up in Week 11 loss

    Carter rushed eight times for 19 yards and caught one of two targets for minus-2 yards in Sunday's 10-3 loss to New England. Carter ran for only seven yards on four carries in the first half, but James Robinson mustered just three yards on three rushing attempts as New York's running game was bottled up. Things didn't get much better for either running back after halftime, as New York mustered only 59 rushing yards collectively, and a team-high 26 of those came from quarterback Zach Wilson. The entire Jets offense laid an egg in this one to drop to 6-4, but a bounce-back opportunity awaits in Week 12 at home against the 3-8 Bears.
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  • Jets' Michael Carter: Sit Him (Lineup Decisions)

    If the game gets away from the Jets, Carter will cling to whatever targets he gets to salvage his stat line. If the game is competitive (or if the Jets surprise us again), Carter would obviously have a chance at a better Fantasy outing but still wouldn't have a guarantee for 15 touches or anything like that. I'd rather start Isiah Pacheco, Antonio Gibson, Brian Robinson and Melvin Gordon.
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  • Jets' Michael Carter: RBs to Sit

    We'll see how the second week of Carter and James Robinson working in tandem goes for the Jets, but Fantasy managers should stay away from this backfield against the Bills. Last week against New England, Carter had seven carries for 26 yards and four catches for 35 yards on seven targets. Meanwhile, Robinson had five carries for 17 yards and no catches on one target. I'd trust Carter over Robinson for this week, but the Bills are No. 5 in fewest Fantasy points allowed to running backs. Buffalo has allowed only five total touchdowns to running backs this year and just four guys to top 12 PPR points.
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  • Jets' Michael Carter: Sit Him (Lineup Decisions)

    The only way Fantasy managers should confidently start Carter as anything more than a middling flex is if Robinson is ruled out. Even then, Carter figures to share to some degree with someone else because this coaching staff has rarely trusted him to be their lead back. Maybe he shows out this week, but it feels unlikely given the matchup. I'd rather start Latavius Murray and Brian Robinson.
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  • Jets' Michael Carter: Week 8 Adds (RB Preview)

    In full PPR, Carter is my top choice because the Jets run offense looks like a good one and I think he has the best path to 15 touches that includes work in the passing game. James Robinson could have something to say about that, but I'm not sure Robinson is as good as Carter right now.
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  • Jets' Michael Carter: Week 8 Waiver Priority List

    For about 30 hours, it looked like Carter was headed for a huge role with the Jets for the rest of the season. Breece Hall (ACL) was lost for the season Sunday afternoon at Denver, but then the Jets traded for James Robinson from the Jaguars on Monday night. We'll see how the Jets plan to use Carter and Robinson in tandem, but the best guess is Robinson will work on rushing downs, with Carter still in a change-of-pace role. That doesn't mean Robinson will be better than Carter, who is still the incumbent and familiar with the offense. And Carter has been a quality Fantasy option when given extended work. This year, he has four games with double digits in carries, and he's averaging 11.5 PPR points over that span, including two games with 17 PPR points. And in 2021, he had eight games with double digits in carries, and he averaged 14.6 PPR points over that span. Neither Carter or Robinson are direct replacements for Hall, who was having a magical rookie season and scored at least 13 PPR points in six games in a row. But whoever can replace the 19 total touches he was getting over the past three outings can turn into a potential Fantasy starter in all leagues as a No. 2 option or flex. Carter should be added in all leagues for at least 15 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Jets' Michael Carter: Joined by Robinson after trade

    The Jets have agreed to a trade for Jacksonville running back James Robinson (knee), per Connor Hughes of SNY.tv, which likely will push Carter back to a change-of-pace role. Carter may see similar usage to what he has been getting all season, while Robinson is a decent bet to step into the featured role previously occupied by Breece Hall, who suffered a season-ending ACL tear in Sunday's win over the Broncos. Robinson currently is battling some knee soreness, but the Jets presumably did their due diligence and determined him to be relatively healthy before agreeing to trade for the former 1,000-yard rusher.
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  • Jets' Michael Carter: Gets 15 touches with Hall injured

    Carter rushed 13 times for 29 yards and caught both of his targets for 45 yards in Sunday's 16-9 win over the Broncos. Both offenses struggled in this one, but the largest development for Carter was the exit of Breece Hall (knee) with what's feared to be a torn ACL. Carter took over as the primary running back after Hall's exit and failed to find much room on the ground but set up a field goal with a 37-yard catch. After getting no more than 12 touches in any of the previous five games, Carter will likely see significantly more usage in Week 8 against the Patriots and beyond with Hall sidelined.
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  • Jets' Michael Carter: Seven touches in win at Lambeau

    Carter rushed six times for 41 yards and caught his only target for six yards in Sunday's 27-10 win over Green Bay. The Jets used Breece Hall (20 carries for 116 yards and a touchdown) as a workhorse in a game that started out as a defensive struggle before New York's running game got going. That left change-of-pace duties for Carter, who was effective in the limited role. Carter set a single-game season high by averaging 6.8 yards per carry in this one, bumping his season mark up to 3.8 heading into a Week 7 trip to Denver.
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  • Jets' Michael Carter: Scores first two TDs of 2022

    Carter rushed 10 times for 21 yards and two touchdowns while catching both of his targets for 12 yards in Sunday's 40-17 win over the Dolphins. Carter punched in his first touchdown of the season from one yard out to open the second quarter after Breece Hall did the heavy lifting to get New York down there with a 79-yard catch. In the fourth, a 21-yard Hall catch was followed by a one-yard Carter touchdown. Hall ultimately racked up 197 scrimmage yards to Carter's 33, so there's no question who the lead back is in New York, though this game showed that it's possible for both to find success in the right circumstances. Carter will likely continue to play a complementary role behind Hall in Week 6 against the Packers.
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  • Jets' Michael Carter: Another 12-touch game

    Carter rushed 11 times for 39 yards and caught one of two targets for seven yards in Sunday's 27-12 loss to the Bengals. Carter had five targets to Breece Hall's one last week, but Hall flipped the script with 11 targets this week, and the rookie second-round pick needed only eight carries to match Carter's rushing yardage total of 39. Both Jets running backs can play in all situations, which makes it tough to handicap how their touches will be distributed in Week 4 against the Steelers and beyond.
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  • Jets' Michael Carter: Out-touches Hall 12-8 in Week 2 win

    Carter rushed seven times for 23 yards and caught all five of his targets for 27 yards in Sunday's 31-30 win over the Browns. Carter got 12 touches to Breece Hall's eight, but Hall had the more productive afternoon, leading the team with 50 rushing yards and adding a receiving touchdown. Both dynamic young running backs should continue to play substantial roles in New York's offense against the Bengals in Week 3.
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  • Jets' Michael Carter: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    I didn't want to believe that Michael Carter would be the best Jets running back to start the season, but that's what happened in Week 1 against Baltimore. And it should continue in Week 2 at Cleveland, with Carter getting more work than Breece Hall. Against the Ravens, Carter had 10 carries for 60 yards, along with seven catches for 40 yard on nine targets. Hall had six carries for 43 yards and six catches for 38 yards on 10 targets, but Carter is the preferred option now and worth using as a flex against the Browns.
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