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Hello, fellow fantasy football degenerates. In my “32 In 32” series I will be going team by team breaking them down from every aspect you can think of. From their records, team statistics, Vegas lines, contract situations, individual statistics, fantasy numbers, draft picks and implications, free agency updates, and more. Everything to recap 2018 and preview 2019.
So, we are about to reach the halfway point in the #32TeamsIn32Days series but before we get there it is time to breakdown the third and final team from New York. In the 16th installment, it is time to look at the Jets. A team with a young and talented offensive corps that added a few more pieces in 2019. They also got themselves a new coach and maybe some new life. 2018 did not end the way they would have liked but this team may be ready to "take off" in 2019.
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34 year old father of 3. I am a foreman for a pool building company where i live. That pays the bills but sports are my passion outside of my family. I was fortunate enough to have a cousin that played pro baseball for 16 years winning the 92 and 93 world series (92 world series mvp) and was a member of the 2004 usa olympic gold medal team and another drafted out of highschool by the Rockies. so i was spoiled when it came to sports. I fell in love with football watching the 92 Dallas Cowboys Run to the title (born in Temple Texas so they were my team) and its only grown from there. im such an unapologetic cowboys fan that my youngest daughters middle name is Dallas. Dont worry though, my content is completely unbiased so enjoy. Thank you.
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