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Which players are on fire this week!?

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Watch the best plays from the week 7 matchup between the New York Jets and Miami Dolphins.
Matt Moore threw two touchdown passes in the final 12 minutes. It was a comeback win!

Dolphins 31

Jets 28 
Check out the highlights from the Week 6 matchup between the New England Patriots and the New York Jets.

Tom Brady: 187 career wins (regular season), most by a starting QB in NFL history.

Patriots 24

Jets 17
Watch as the New York Jets take on the Cleveland Browns in Week 5.

Josh McCown came back to Cleveland and beat the team that cut him, throwing two touchdown passes!

Browns 14

Jets 17
New York Jets quarterback Christian Hackenberg connects with tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins at the back of the end zone for a 12-yard touchdown.
And it's backward... and awesome.
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Check out highlights from the Preseason Week 4 matchup between the Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Jets.
The Jets barely held on for their victory of Philly.

Jets 16

Eagles 10
Check out an amazing display of catches from Week 1 of the 2016 NFL Season from Breshad Perriman , Michael Crabtree, Larry Fitzgerald, Austin Seferian-Jenkins, and Zach Ertz!
Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry made an acrobatic, one-handed catch for a 26-yard gain against the Indianapolis Colts. Would you rank that as the #1 catch of the week?
Wow! Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Jameis Winston connects on a Hail Mary pass to to tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins for a 47-yard touchdown.
Poll: >>> Fantasy Madness Is In My Head
Oh sure, you probably picked Tom Brady, or Matt Forte, or Antonio Brown or Gronk on your fantasy football team this week. Those guys are stars and they delivered like, well, stars!

But how many of you had:

Marcus Mariota? The Titans rookie QB lit it up with 209 yards, 4 TDs and 24 fantasy points.
Chris Ivory? The Jets workhorse RB grinded for 91 yards, 2 TDs and 21 fantasy points.
Bishop Sankey? The Titans RB with our favorite name ran for 74 yards and 1 TD, and also caught a TD, for 20 fantasy points.
Austin Seferian-Jenkins? The Tampa Bay TE with our second favorite name hauled-in 110 yards and 2 TDs receiving, for 23 fantasy points
DeAndre Hopkins? The Texans electric WR had 98 yards receiving, 2 TDs and 23 fantasy points.

So while you should always consider the big name NFL stars, be sure to keep an eye out for lesser known players, especially when they have favorable match-ups.

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Tampa Bay Buccaneers Rookie Tight End Austin Seferian-Jenkins discusses the moment he knew he was ready for the NFL, his dedication to serving others and his bold signature move for his rookie season.

Carolina Panthers vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers   The Panthers had a breakthrough season last year, as they put the rest of the league on notice that they were in the Super Bowl hunt.   Having stockpiled young talent on both sides of the ball, the Buccaneers are in a position to do the same thing this year.   Things are about to get real in the NFC South.   Which of these two rivals had a draft to push them forward, and which one will be left wondering what happened?   Caroli

Carolina Panthers vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

 

The Panthers had a breakthrough season last year, as they put the rest of the league on notice that they were in the Super Bowl hunt.

 

Having stockpiled young talent on both sides of the ball, the Buccaneers are in a position to do the same thing this year.

 

Things are about to get real in the NFC South.

 

Which of these two rivals had a draft to push them forward, and which one will be left wondering what happened?

 

Carolina Panthers Draft Highlights

The Carolina Panthers addressed their most pressing need by selecting WR Kelvin Benjamin, a physical specimen with elite jump-ball prowess. With their second pick they added another stud to their menacing defensive line, DT Kony Ealy.

 

The Panthers also got G Trai Turner, a mauler who perfectly fits the Panthers power offense, S Tre Boston, who will help in the defensive backfield, and RB Tyler Gaffney,who fits the Panthers power prototype.

  

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Highlights

The Buccaneers had an offensive draft...literally! They added weapons all over with WR Mike Evans, TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins plus RB Charles Sims.

 

And everyone knows an NFL offense needs the big uglies, and Tampa Bay got two good ones in Kadeem Edwards and Kevin Pamphile.

 

 

 
Poll. What grade would you give the Tampa Bay Buccaneers draft?

The Buccaneers had an offensive draft...literally! They added weapons everywhere with WR Mike Evans, TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins and RB Charles Sims. And everyone knows an NFL offense needs the big uglies, and Tampa Bay got two good ones in Kadeem Edwards and Kevin Pamphile.

 

Grade the Buccaneers draft below and then give us your comments.

 

1. Mike Evans - (WR, Texas A&M)

2. Austin Seferian-Jenkins - (TE, Washington)

3. Charles Sims - (RB, West Virginia)

4. Kadeem Edwards - (G, Tennessee State)

5. Kevin Pamphile - (T, Purdue)

6. Robert Herron - (WR, Wyoming)

 

Poll. Who will be the best TE taken in the NFL Draft?

Tight End.  It used be that tight ends were essentially extra linemen who occasionally caught a pass or two.

 

Now tight ends are true offensive weapons.  They have to be because they are still called on to block.  But they also have to be fast, tall and have great hands because they have become key parts of the passing game. Think Graham. Think Gronkowski. Think Thomas, Davis and Witten.

 

This year’s draft has several tight end prospects who can do-it-all.

  

Eric Ebron - North Carolina

Ebron might be the best of the bunch.  He's big (6'4" and 250 pounds), fast (4.6 speed) and catches everything thrown his way.  

 

Jace Amaro – Texas Tech

Amaro piled up 1,352 receiving yards and seven TDs last season.  At 6'5" and 265-pounds, he should be a good blocker as well.  

 

Austin Seferian-Jenkins - Washington

Austin flourished during his sophomore season with 69 catches and 852 yards.  At 6'5" he’s a threat near the end zone, as his 8 TDs last year confirm.

 

Troy Niklas - Notre Dame

Niklas has a huge frame and good athletic ability and quickness.  He might take a while to adjust to the pro game, but he’s going to be a good one.

 

C.J. Fiedorowicz - Iowa 

C.J. definitely has the size and strength to be a good blocker, and he has the receiving ability to contribute to the passing game.

 

Sleeper:

 

Joe Don Duncan - Dixie State

How can you not love someone named Joe Don Duncan?  Add that he’s from somewhere called Dixie State and we’re going to root for this guy big time. The fact that he rewrote Dixie's record book with 135 receptions for 1,994 yards and 22 touchdowns over his career is just icing on the cake.