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Fantasy Points
Sep 25, 2022 8 39 4.9 16 0 8
Sep 18, 2022 7 50 7.1 23 0 12
Sep 11, 2022 6 23 3.8 14 0 3

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2022 112 5.33 1 13 101 1
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  • Jets' Breece Hall: RBs to Start

    Week 3 against the Bengals was the first time Hall played more snaps than Michael Carter, and hopefully this is a sign of things to come. Hall only had eight carries for 39 yards, but he had six catches for 53 yards on 11 targets. This is the second time Hall had at least nine targets in a game and six catches, and hopefully the Jets continue to feed him the ball in the passing game. We'll see what happens with Zach Wilson (knee) taking over for Joe Flacco, but this is a good matchup to trust Hall as a No. 2 running back in PPR. The Steelers have allowed a running back to score at least 16 PPR points in every game this year.
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  • Jets' Breece Hall: Sit Him (Lineup Decisions)

    There's too much uncertainty surrounding Hall to trust him in Fantasy this week. Having Zach Wilson back should be a net positive for the offense, but not necessarily for the roles of the running backs as Wilson is much more of a downfield thrower (and a rusher himself). There also isn't a guarantee that Hall will displace Carter enough to gain a large workload like the running backs who have done well against the Steelers had. You're better off playing it safe with Jeff Wilson or Josh Jacobs, or even taking the chance on Tony Pollard or Cam Akers.
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  • Jets' Breece Hall: Targeted 11 times in loss

    Hall rushed eight times for 39 yards while catching six of 11 targets for 53 yards in Sunday's 27-12 loss to the Bengals. The Jets had to settle for a field goal on their first drive after Hall dropped a third-down pass with nothing but green grass between him and the end zone. Hall has racked up 21 rushing attempts and 21 targets through three weeks while splitting playing time with Michael Carter, so the rookie second-round pick's playing a prominent role out of the gate, though Hall's been far from a workhorse. He'll face the Steelers in Week 4 in what's expected to be starting quarterback Zach Wilson's (knee) season debut.
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  • Jets' Breece Hall: RBs to Sit

    It was great to see Hall perform well in Week 2 at the Browns, and he finished the game with seven carries for 50 yards and one catch for 10 yards and a touchdown on one target. He's actually averaging 11.0 PPR points per game for the season, but he's still the No. 2 running back for the Jets behind Michael Carter. Until their roles reverse and Hall is the lead guy, you should only consider Hall a flex option in the majority of leagues. Carter is also a flex, and I would start Carter ahead of Hall against the Bengals.
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  • Jets' Breece Hall: Scores first NFL TD in win

    Hall rushed seven times for 50 yards and caught a 10-yard touchdown on his only target in Sunday's 31-30 win over Cleveland. Hall caught a 10-yard touchdown in the final minute of the first half, but that was his only target in Week 2 after Hall had 10 passes thrown his way in his NFL debut. Michael Carter also had seven carries but got more pass-catching opportunities, totaling five targets. New York has a near-even platoon between two running backs that are both capable of playing in all situations heading into a Week 3 visit from the Bengals.
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  • Jets' Breece Hall: Sit Him (Lineup Decisions)

    I'd start Hall over Zach Ertz, Tony Pollard, Cam Akers and Devin Duvernay.
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  • Jets' Breece Hall: Starting career alongside backup QB

    With Zach Wilson (knee) expected to miss the first three weeks of the season, Hall will open the campaign on a Jets offense led by backup quarterback Joe Flacco against the Ravens on Sunday, Randy Lange of the team's official site reports. The Jets trade athleticism for experience under center with Flacco starting rather than Wilson, but they're likely to run a similar scheme either way. That game plan revolves around establishing the run, as offensive coordinator Mike LaFleur comes from the Kyle Shanahan coaching tree in San Francisco. New York's unofficial depth chart lists second-year running back Michael Carter ahead of Hall, but the two will likely receive a near-even split in terms of playing time, with Hall favored to get touches by the goal line based on his short-yardage success at Iowa State.
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  • Jets' Breece Hall: Sit 'Em

    I hope that I'm wrong by putting Hall in this spot, and in full disclosure, I'm starting him in several leagues. I drafted him to be a No. 2 running back, and I hope he can overcome some of the negatives working against him. For starters, I don't want to see Michael Carter play ahead of Hall, and that could be the case for the Jets based on the preseason. And in a secondary role against a good run defense for Baltimore, you should only consider Hall as a flex at best. He'll have big days this season, but if you can sit him this week then that's the right move.
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  • Jets' Breece Hall: Avoid in shallow leagues (Start/Sit)

    I hope that I'm wrong by putting Hall in this spot, and in full disclosure, I'm starting him in several leagues. I drafted him to be a No. 2 running back, and I hope he can overcome some of the negatives working against him. For starters, I don't want to see Michael Carter play ahead of Hall, and that could be the case for the Jets based on the preseason. And in a secondary role against a good run defense for Baltimore, you should only consider Hall as a flex at best. He'll have big days this season, but if you can sit him this week then that's the right move.
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  • Jets' Breece Hall: Carries five times

    Hall rushed five times for 13 yards in Sunday's 31-27 preseason win over the Giants. Hall played the first quarter in New York's final tune-up for the regular season, rotating with teammate Michael Carter. While both running backs are expected to feature in the Jets' first-team offense, Hall's combination of size and speed could make him one of the more dynamic offensive rookies over the course of the campaign.
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  • Jets' Breece Hall: Starting preseason finale

    Jets head coach Robert Saleh said Hall, along with the rest of the team's offensive starters, will play at least the first quarter of Sunday's preseason finale against the Giants, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. The Jets are treating the final exhibition game as a dress rehearsal, so it'll be interesting to see how they utilize their rookie second-round pick. Hall has admitted that the pro game has caused him to make some adjustments, but he's "progressing every day."
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  • Jets' Breece Hall: Adjusting to pro game

    Hall conceded that he's still adjusting to working in a crowded Jets running back group that also includes Michael Carter and Tevin Coleman, John Pullano of the team's official site reports. "I'm progressing every day," Hall said. "But learning this offense has been kind of different to what I did in college. There are a lot more nuances and a lot of little things that I am still learning." Hall, whom the Jets selected in the second round of April's draft, logged 253 carries in 12 games during his final college season at Iowa State, but as he begins his professional career, he'll face competition for reps. It's worth noting that Carter was among the key players rested by the Jets in Monday's preseason game against the Falcons, a contest in which Hall started and logged four carries for one yard. Hall nonetheless brings plenty of upside to the table, but he'll have to earn his standing in the Jets backfield out of the gate this season. So far, though, he's impressed head coach Robert Saleh, who said that Hall "has unbelievable and incredible confidence" and "tracks the ball very well."
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  • Jets' Breece Hall: Bottled up as starter

    Hall carried the ball four times for one yard in Monday's preseason win over the Falcons. Michael Carter (rest) didn't take the field, so Hall dominated playing time during the Jets' first two offensive possessions. He tallied all four of his carries in that span and found little room to run. It's unclear whether the team's choice to rest Carter and play Hall is an indication of their respective statuses on the depth chart, or if it was done to get Hall more work heading into his first NFL season.
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  • Jets' Breece Hall: First game action as pro

    Hall carried the ball five times for 15 yards in Friday's 24-21 win over the Eagles in preseason action. Hall split work with Michael Carter during the team's first two offensive possessions and then watched the rest of the contest from the sidelines. It was a fairly nondescript performance from Hall, though he did close his debut with an eight-yard rush. Most importantly, he appears to have left the game fully healthy, which keeps him in line to serve as the Jets' lead back in Week 1 of the regular season.
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  • Jets' Breece Hall: Joins New York's backfield

    The Jets selected Hall in the second round of the 2022 NFL Draft, 36th overall. Hall is the first running back off the board and projects to take over as the Jets' starting running back in short order, even with impressive 2021 fourth-round pick Michael Carter already an important part of the Jets offense. At 5-foot-11, 217 pounds with a 4.39-second 40 at the combine, the former Iowa State star has a workhorse frame with big-play athleticism. The Jets should have upwards of 65 snaps per game to distribute among their running backs, and a split like 40-25 or 35-30 should be the eventual outcome between Hall and Carter. Hall was a dominant producer at Iowa State, including as a pass catcher, finishing his Cyclone career with 3,941 yards (5.5 YPC) and 50 touchdowns rushing while adding 82 receptions for 734 yards and six touchdowns in 36 career games.
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