WR Quincy Enunwa - New York Jets

6-2, 225Born: 5-31-1992College: NebraskaDrafted: Round 6, pick 2014

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Enunwa was placed on injured reserve with a neck injury

Week 6: vs Dallas Cowboys

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FBG says: Tough matchup. The Jets have to be thrilled to have Sam Darnold back under center this Sunday. Darnold doesn't necessarily make the Jets sudden playoff contenders, and he's still struggling to find his NFL efficiency. His only start of the season yielded just 175 yards over 41 attempts in Week 1; he took 4 sacks and lost a fumble in the process. But even at his rawest, he's a significant improvement over Luke Falk, who's provided sub-replacement play in his absence. Over the past 2 weeks, Falk has produced an anemic 218 touchdown-less yards and 5 turnovers. It remains to be seen just where his post-illness conditioning is, but Darnold should immediately upgrade every Jet's value in every way. He connected with slot man Jamison Crowder 14 times in Week 1, and he repeatedly looked deep threat Robby Anderson's way down the field. Both carry big upsides into Week 6; along with LeVeon Bell, they're the dominant pieces of the offensive pie. Darnold, however, will need to be quick and decisive behind one of football's worst front lines. Left tackle Kelvin Beachum has "led" a deeply disappointing group that's been unable to keep either of its quarterbacks clean. Falk was taken down 10 times last week by the Eagles, often going down during his dropback. If Darnold is going to make downfield noise with Anderson, he'll need consistent time, and that may not be in the cards against the Cowboys' pass rush. The Dallas pass defense may not be quite as good as it looks on paper, currently sitting ninth in yardage surrendered and second in touchdowns. They've allowed just a single 300-yard passer and haven't given up a passing score since Week 2. Still, this has the look of a unit that could fracture and fall apart at some point soon. A glance at their early-season schedule reveals an exceptionally weak run of opposing passers: Eli Manning, Case Keenum, Josh Rosen, Teddy Bridgewater, and Aaron Rodgers without Davante Adams. When adjusted for that competition, the secondary, apart from cornerback Byron Jones, has underachieved. Chidobe Awuzie remains shaky and targetable on the other side, while safeties Jeff Heath and Xavier Woods have been big liabilities down the field. At least the pass rush, led by Demarcus Lawrence and Robert Quinn, has been dynamic and disruptive. They have a golden Week 6 opportunity to dominate the Jets' bottom-tier front line and make Sam Darnold's return difficult. This pass defense may soon fall off, but it likely won't come this week.

Weekly Performance vs WR 1, WR 12, WR 24, WR 36

Percentile ranks

Quincy Enunwa's percentile rank in each category, among WR with more than 50 fantasy points.

Recent Game Summaries

2019 Week 1 vs BUF (3 / 1 / -4 / 0 rec)

Enunwa was hurt in the first quarter, but gutted it out until well into the fourth quarter. He was clearly hampered by the injury though to what extent isn't clear. He struggled to get open, and quarterback Sam Darnold looked elsewhere most of the time. Enunwa also was called for offensive pass interference, wiping out a Ryan Griffin touchdown.

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Schedule

6vs Dallas Cowboys
7vs New England Patriots
8@ Jacksonville Jaguars
9@ Miami Dolphins
10vs New York Giants
11@ Washington Redskins
12vs Oakland Raiders
13@ Cincinnati Bengals
14vs Miami Dolphins
15@ Baltimore Ravens
16vs Pittsburgh Steelers
17@ Buffalo Bills