Jermaine Kearse was rarely in the weekly fantasy discussion during his time in Seattle, but that has quickly changed in New York. Kearse posted seven catches for 59 yards in Week 1 and caught four passes for 64 yards and a pair of touchdowns against Oakland on Sunday. Incredibly, he sits fifth among wide receivers in fantasy points. Kearse’s prospects have been helped by Josh McCown playing a bit better than expected. The veteran passer has been charted as off target on an NFL-low 5 percent of his throws. He’s completed 67 percent of his throws despite dealing with six drops (second most). Kearse isn’t a must-start yet, but he should be owned in all leagues and is in the WR3 mix against Miami this week.
Jacoby Brissett joined the Colts on Sept. 2 and seemed like a vast improvement over Scott Tolzien despite losing in Week 2. The good news is if Brissett can win one or two games, Andrew Luck could be healthy in time to face the entire AFC South slate. With no one currently better than 1-1, the division is very much up for grabs.
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For an offense that some thought could be among the worst all time, the Jets are scoring some points. They’ve averaged 16.0 points per game so far, which is the same as the 2-0 Panthers and better than teams such as the Seahawks, Texans and Bengals. And hey, the Jets are currently the highest-scoring team in New York, topping both the Bills and Giants.