Ryan Grant/Chester Rogers, Indianapolis Colts at New York Jets

Grant and Rogers should have done better against the Patriots but critical drops are what’s sticking out from that game. Both are candidates for a bounce back performances. As the second and third targeted receivers, these two receivers are still going to be receiving a lot of action out of an offense that has left the run game behind. In the last three games, the Jets have allowed four 100-yard receivers, which makes the matchup very favorable, and even though they are not worthy of a WR2 starting spot on your roster. They should each be considered heavily for the flex.