News: The Cards cleared cap space by releasing reserve WR Chansi Stuckey. Stuckey had fallen down the team's depth chart.
Analysis: Stuckey might have a hard time finding a new gig. He's never been considered a reliable Fantasy option.
News: Arizona WR Chansi Stuckey caught two passes for 24 yards in the Week 2 loss at Washington. He was targeted three times in the passing game by QB Kevin Kolb. That said, he may not be targeted much more often as Stuckey fumbled the ball away on the team's final drive as they were trying to get into field goal position in an eventual 22-21 loss.
Analysis: Stuckey didn't touch the ball in the Week 1 win over Carolina. Stuckey is not expected to be a consistent receiving option for the Cardinals this season. He can be ignored in Fantasy play heading into Week 3 in Seattle.
News: The Cardinals have agreed to a two-year deal with WR Chansi Stuckey, bringing in another competitor for their No. 2 WR spot opposite Larry Fitzgerald. Stuckey spent the last two seasons in Cleveland, catching 40 balls for 346 yards with no touchdowns.
Analysis: Stuckey is a decent No. 3 WR for NFL rosters but that's about it. We'd be surprised if he broke out with the Cardinals, his third team in six seasons. Keep him off of Fantasy rosters.
News: Cleveland wideout Chansi Stuckey saw a team-high-tying six targets on Sunday in Week 16 in a loss to Baltimore. The receiver caught a team-high four passes in the game from QB Colt McCoy for a total of 39 yards. He did not score in the performance.
Analysis: Stuckey went from Week 12 until Week 15 with just one catch in each game. He has not scored a touchdown all season and is not a large part of a mediocre passing game under McCoy. Keep Stuckey on benches or waivers in all formats for Week 17 against the Steelers.
News: Browns WR Chansi Stuckey was targeted just one time in Week 12, but his one catch was an important one in a Week 12 win. He made a 24-yard reception that put the Browns in the red zone and set up the first of Peyton Hillis' three touchdowns. Cleveland held on for a 24-23 victory over Carolina. However, this was the fifth straight game in which Stuckey compiled less than 30 receiving yards.
Analysis: Stuckey had a modestly productive run prior to his current slump, but even at his best, he is not much help in Fantasy. It's best to leave Stuckey on waivers for Week 13.
News: Cleveland wide receiver Chansi Stuckey tallied four receptions for the second consecutive game but totaled just 26 yards in the Browns' 24-20 loss to Jacksonville in Week 11. Stuckey was targeted four times and hauled in a long pass of 16 yards.
Analysis: With an average of less than 10 receiving yards per game, Stuckey is still not a big enough factor in the Browns offense, especially with rookie quarterback Colt McCoy under center. Keep him on the waiver wire in all Fantasy formats.
News: Browns WR Chansi Stuckey went from hero to goat in a matter of seconds in a 26-20 overtime loss to the Jets in Week 10. He caught a pass from QB Colt McCoy in overtime and raced into field goal range, but was stripped by Jets DB Drew Coleman. The lost fumble likely cost the Browns the game. Stuckey told reporters, "I have to deal with it. I felt bad for my teammates. I let them down. That's what I'm dealing with now." He finished the game with four catches for 27 yards.
Analysis: Stuckey has been getting a handful of receptions each week, but even when things have been going relatively well, he is not enough of a factor in the Browns' passing game to be relevant in Fantasy. He can be ignored in virtually all formats.
News: Browns WR Chansi Stuckey scored the first rushing touchdown of his NFL career when he took the ball out left and found the end zone from 11 yards out on a sort of trick Wildcat play in a Week 9 win over the Patriots. He also caught two catches for six yards.
Analysis: Stuckey has been getting more involved in the Browns offense during the last few weeks and saw three targets on Sunday. His quickness is his best asset, but until Stuckey becomes utilized more he will remain barely worth worrying about in Fantasy play.
News: Browns WR Chansi Stuckey totaled two catches for 16 yards in Week 7 against the Saints. He was targeted three times by rookie QB Colt McCoy, who was making his second career start. Stuckey has managed less than four catches three times in 2010.
Analysis: Stuckey came into Week 7 with 14 catches for 156 yards in his last three games. He is starting to become a regular target in the passing game. Although, his numbers really don't jump off the page from a Fantasy standpoint. You can do better than Stuckey in most Fantasy formats. The Browns don't play again until Week 9 against the Patriots.
News: Browns WR Chansi Stuckey looks to build on his 46 yards performance from Week 6, but it won't be easy. Week 7 opponent -- New Orleans -- has given up the least amount of Fantasy points to opposing WRs through six weeks. Their pass defense ranks 7th in the league, allowing 195.5 yards per game. Still, Stuckey has more opportunity with the recent injuries to Mohamed Massaquoi (doubtful for Sunday) and Josh Cribbs (probable). Stuckey has had at least 45 yards receiving in his last three games.
Analysis: Stuckey has four or more catches in four of five games this season. He has totaled 156 receiving yards in his last three games, but he is still hardly a blip on the Fantasy radar since he has yet to record a touchdown. Stuckey is definitely far more important to the Browns' cause right now. Consider Stuckey to be a flex option at-best in Week 7.
News: Browns WR Chansi Stuckey finished as the team's fourth leading receiver with 46 yards in Week 6 against the Steelers after Mohamed Massaquoi and Josh Cribbs both left with head injuries. Stuckey caught four passes and was targeted five times. He had a long catch of 25 yards and was also credited with a fumble on a punt return.
Analysis: Stuckey has four or more catches in four of five games this season. He has totaled 156 receiving yards in his last three games, but he is still hardly a blip on the Fantasy radar since he has yet to record a touchdown. Stuckey is definitely far more important to the Browns' cause right now. He is not a recommended Fantasy option heading into Week 7. The Browns play the Saints.
News: Browns WR Chansi Stuckey, who began to establish himself as a go-to guy with five catches for 56 yards last week against the Bengals, furthered the case with five catches for 54 yards Week 5 against the Falcons. He was targeted a team-high eight times.
Analysis: The switch from Seneca Wallace to Jake Delhomme at quarterback in the middle of the game didn't seem to slow down Stuckey, which means his increase in production has little to do with his rapport with Wallace. The team is making a conscious effort to use him more. He's more of a possession receiver than a big-play threat, which means he's unlikely to have a big game on a run-first offense. He has some value in deeper leagues as a consistent part of the offense, but you can leave him on waivers in most formats when the Browns visit the Steelers in Week 6.
News: Browns WR Chansi Stuckey provided his best game of the year on Sunday, catching five passes for 56 yards, good enough for second-best on the team in both categories. Many of Stuckey's catches were on short-range crossing patterns, giving QB Seneca Wallace another short-area target.
Analysis: We're not going to recommend Stuckey for Fantasy use just yet, but we do think he's worth keeping an eye on. Who else at receiver for the Browns has done well this year behind Josh Cribbs? He shouldn't be a Fantasy factor in Week 5 when the Browns play the Falcons.
News: Cleveland WR Chansi Stuckey caught one pass Week 2 in a loss to the Chiefs. The catch went for 11 yards.
Analysis: Stuckey has made five receptions on the season for 41 yards, which actually puts him among the team leaders. That is an ugly fact as the Browns have been dismal after an 0-2 start. Cleveland plays at Baltimore in Week 3 and we do not recommend starting any of their receivers.
News: Browns WR Chansi Stuckey caught four passes for 30 yards in Week 1 against the Buccaneers in Tampa Bay. He was targeted five times in the game.
Analysis: Stuckey was tied for the team lead in receptions with the four grabs along with RB Peyton Hillis. His longest catch went for 11 yards. New QB Jake Delhomme has yet to find a factorite receiver and he spread the ball pretty evenly to about five different receivers. Stuckey has a chance to establish himself as a reliable go-to threat, but until that happens he remains a player to avoid in most Fantasy leagues. There isn't very high upside here. Look for better options for Week 2. The Browns will host Kansas City.
News: Browns WR Chansi Stuckey caught one pass for 3 yards in Week 16 against Oakland. He was targeted four times in the game.
Analysis: Stuckey is a player who is not going to see enough looks to matter in most Fantasy leagues. Leave him on waivers in all leagues.
News: In the Browns' Week 15 win at the Chiefs, WR Chansi Stuckey had five catches for 41 yards, both team-highs.
Analysis: Stuckey doesn't produce enough big stats to warrant Fantasy use. Keep him on waivers in most leagues. He'll take on the Raiders at home in Week 16.
News: Browns WR Chansi Stuckey was only given one carry on Thursday in a 13-6 win at Cleveland. He did not gain a yard on the carry. Stuckey was targeted twice in the game by QB Brady Quinn.
Analysis: The weather in Cleveland made it tough Quinn to complete passes and Stuckeys numbers suffered because of it. However, Stuckey does not produce enough typically to be worth using outside of the deepest of Fantasy formats to begin with. He is not a recommended option for Week 15 at Kansas City.
News: Browns WR Chansi Stuckey, who entered the game with a total of nine catches for 120 yards over his last two, made a minimal impact Week 13 against the Chargers. He had three catches for 23 yards and also had a 6-yard run.
Analysis: Stuckey has some ability, but the Browns have one of the worst offenses in the NFL, making him far too inconsistent for Fantasy use. Leave him on waivers for Week 14 against the Steelers.
News: Browns WR Chansi Stuckey had four catches for 44 yards to lead all Browns receivers in Week 12 at Cincinnati. He was targeted eight times in the game.
Analysis: Stuckey was the leading receiver on an afternoon when the Browns threw for just 101 yards. He is owned in under 5 percent of CBSSports.com and that should not change down the stretch as the Browns have one of the worst offenses in the NBA. Sit him in all leagues until further notice.
News: Cleveland WR Chansi Stuckey (calf) was able to practice in full all week as the team prepares for its Week 12 game at Cincinnati. He is considered probable for the game.
Analysis: Stuckey scored a touchdown in Week 11 at Detroit, his first since Week 1 at Houston when he was still with the Jets. We'd be surprised if he found the end zone again in Week 12 at Cincinnati. Think of him as just a low-end Fantasy option for Week 12 but expect him to be active.
News: Browns WR Chansi Stuckey scored his first touchdown since coming over from the Jets after Week 4. He caught five passes for a total of 76 yards in a Week 11 loss to the Lions, scoring on a 40-yard TD pass from Brady Quinn, one of Quinns four TD passes on the day.
Analysis: This was Stuckeys second touchdown of the season, having failed to score since Week 1 at Houston when he was with the Jets. He had only one catch with the Browns coming into Week 11 and Fantasy owners should be skeptical of this performance as it came against a suspect Lions defense. Stuckey remains a low-end option for Fantasy Week 12 at Cincinnati.
News: Cleveland WR Chansi Stuckey (calf) has been listed as probable for the team's Week 11 game at Detroit.
Analysis: Stuckey could eventually become a decent target with the Browns, but is not a recommended option in any format for Week 11 at Detroit as Cleveland's pass offense has been awful this season.
News: Cleveland WR Chansi Stuckey (calf) improved to be limited in practice on Saturday. The Browns host Baltimore on Monday night.
Analysis: Stuckey could eventually become a decent target with the Browns, but is not a recommended option in any format for Week 10 against Baltimore.
News: Cleveland WR Chansi Stuckey caught only one pass in the team's Week 8 game against the Bears. The catch went for a total of 11 yards and was his first catch since coming over from the Jets in the trade for Braylon Edwards.
Analysis: Stuckey failed to catch a pass the past three weeks, so catching one pass for 11 yards is a bit of an upgrade. He could eventually become a decent target with the Browns, but is not a recommended option in any format at this point. The Browns are off Week 9 then take on the Ravens Week 10.
News: Cleveland was dominated at home by the Green Bay Packers during Week 7. Cleveland WR Brian Robiskie got the start but did not make a catch. Wide receiver Chansi Stuckey played in the game and went without a reception. Backup QB Brady Quinn did not get into the game despite the poor play of starter Derek Anderson.
Analysis: Robiskie did not have a catch coming into Week 6 and only has one on the season. Leave him, Stuckey and Quinn on waivers or the bench in all Fantasy leagues for Week 8 at Chicago.
News: Cleveland WR Chansi Stuckey (illness) was able to practice in a limited fashion on Friday as the team prepares for its Week 7 game against the Packers. Stuckey is considered probable for the game.
Analysis: Stuckey is just a low-end Fantasy option with the Browns since coming over from the Jets in the Braylon Edwards deal. He does not need to be active for Week 7 in most leagues even though he is expected to play.
News:Brady Quinn, Greg Estandia, Mike Furrey and Chansi Stuckey did not have any offensive statistics in Week 6 at Pittsburgh.
Analysis: None of the players listed here are expected to have any real Fantasy appeal this season. Leave them on waivers until further notice.
News: WR Brian Robiskie, WR Chansi Stuckey, FB Lawrence Vickers and backup QB Brady Quinn all failed to record stats in the team's Week 5 game against the Bills.
Analysis: None of the players on this list are expected to have any Fantasy appeal this season outside of Brady Quinn who lost the starting QB job this past week. Leave them on waivers in all leagues. The Browns play at the Steelers in Week 6.
News: Newly acquired WR Chansi Stuckey and LB Jason Trusnik arrived in time to attend offensive and defensive meetings, respectively, Wednesday. They both participated in practice Thursday.
Analysis: We expect Stuckey to find some playing time sooner rather than later as he won't have to adjust much to the Browns' offense. It is similar to what he's been running in New York. That doesn't mean he'll be productive, but he could be a downfield threat for the Browns. He's no better than a low-end reserve on Fantasy rosters right now.
News: WR Chansi Stuckey was traded from the Jets to the Browns as part of a package for WR Braylon Edwards. Stuckey will be reunited with former head coach Eric Mangini and assistant Brian Daboll, who now serves as the Browns' offensive coordinator. Both coached with the Jets through Stuckey's first two seasons.
Analysis: Expect Stuckey to find some playing time sooner than later as he won't have to adjust much to the Browns' offense as it's similar to what he's been running in New York. That doesn't mean he'll be productive, but he could be a downfield threat for the Browns. He's no better than a low-end reserve on Fantasy rosters right now.
News: Jets WR Chansi Stuckey, who had four catches for 64 yards in the opener but declined in the two games that followed, continued to decline Week 4 at New Orleans. He had just one catch for eight yards.
Analysis: The Jets have a fairly conservative offense, and among their receivers, Stuckey is third in the pecking order behind WR Jerricho Cotchery and TE Dustin Keller. You can't expect him to have many big games. Leave him for deeper leagues. The Jets visit the Dolphins in Week 5.
News: Jets WR Chansi Stuckey didn't have a productive game on Sunday in a Week 3 win over the Titans. He made only two catches in the contest for a total of 11 yards.
Analysis: Stuckey made four catches in each of the first two games this season but followed those performances up with a poor Week 3 performance. Some Fantasy owners jumped on the bandwagon Week 3 and got burned. Some owners may choose to start him again Week 4 as the team has a favorable matchup at New Orleans. Think of him as a sleeper again next week.
News: Jets WR Chansi Stuckey will face a non-division opponent in Week 3 against Tennessee. The Titans have allowed the most passing yards in the NFL through the first two games of the season. They have allowed 678 passing yards and five touchdowns.
Analysis: Stuckey has caught four passes in each of the first two games of the season. He caught four passes for 64 yards and a touchdown in Week 1 against a weak Texans secondary and could be in for similar production in Week 3 against a reeling Titans defense. QB Mark Sanchez is dealing with a minor knee issue this week, but is expected to play in Week 3 and we consider Stuckey a sleeper for leagues that require three receivers this week.
News: Jets WR Chansi Stuckey caught four passes for 37 yards in a Week 2 win over the Patriots.
Analysis: Stuckey has four catches in each of his first two games this season, but his yardage total went down a bit in Week 2 as QB Mark Sanchez took a while to get going against the Patriots. Stuckey will take on the Titans in Week 3 and might be worth a shot in super-deep formats as Tennessee has given up yards through the air in bunches so far.
News: Jets WR Chansi Stuckey caught four passes for 64 yards in Week 1, including the first career touchdown pass for rookie QB Mark Sanchez. It was a 30-yard score in the second quarter.
Analysis: Stuckey was one of four receivers to catch a pass from Sanchez, who had a strong debut. He seemed to favor Cotchery and Stuckey (the only two wide outs who caught passes) and Stuckey could develop into a useful Fantasy receiver on a regular basis this season. That said, we are not ready to recommend him outside of deeper formats for Week 2 against a tough Patriots defense.
News: Jets WR Chansi Stuckey, who made several eye-popping, spinning moves on his way to a touchdown against the Giants in the third preseason game Saturday, has caught the attention of the team. "He's making a big bid for (the second starting job)," said Jets coach Rex Ryan. "I still think it's a position by committee, but I think he's at the top."
Analysis: Stuckey is competing with David Clowney and Brad Smith for the job, but we like Stuckey the best of the group. He's entering his third season in the NFL, which is typically the year when receivers have a breakout season. Plan on drafting Stuckey with a late-round pick in deep leagues.
News: Jets WR David Clowney started Saturday's preseason game against the Giants after leading the team with 135 yards, five catches and two receiving touchdowns during the first two preseason games. Clowney is battling WR Chansi Stuckey for the starting job. But against the Giants, Stuckey had the better game with four catches for 69 yards and a touchdown. Clowney did not have a catch.
Analysis: We like Stuckey as the better Fantasy option than Clowney, but both should be considered late-round fliers on Draft Day. At best, Stuckey or Clowney could be used as No. 4 Fantasy options this season.
News: The Jets are trying to find a No. 2 WR behind Jerricho Cotchery. Jets coach Rex Ryan indicated Monday that Chansi Stuckey has the edge. "He's a guy who stood out to me," Ryan said. "He's having a great camp." In addition to complimenting Stuckey, Ryan has been impressed with WR Brad Smith. "Brad is a multiple talented guy," Ryan said. "He's dangerous. You can use him in reverses and route running."
Analysis: We expected Stuckey to have a good chance to win the job, and we still think David Clowney will factor into the mix as well. We don't recommend drafting any of these guys in standard leagues, but we'd rank them Stuckey, Clowney and Smith as players to watch heading into the season in case you want to add them off the waiver wire in deep formats.
News: The Newark Star-Ledger reports Jets coach Rex Ryan is confident his receivers beyond No. 1 option Jerricho Cotchery. Ryan has faith in Brad Smith, Chansi Stuckey and David Clowney and doesn't feel the team needs to add anyone else. "We'll always keep our eyes open for any position," Ryan said of possibly signing a veteran wideout during the preseason. "I have more confidence in that group than the general opinion out there. Everybody to a man ought to feel slighted. Every one of those guys. They all have abilities. David Clowney - he's about as fast as there is in the league. Chansi Stuckey's a great slot receiver. You've got Brad Smith, who's as multi-talented as any of the guys in the league. ... And all the things like we need to pick up this guy or that guy. We're going to find out. We'll see who's right and who's wrong."
Analysis: It will be interesting to see what develops between Smith, Stuckey and Clowney and who wins the starting job opposite Cotchery. None of these guys are worth drafting in most seasonal leagues, but the starter could be worth adding off the waiver wire at some point during the year.
News: In an interview with CBSSports.com, Jets offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer said that he's impressed with the offseason third-year WR Chansi Stuckey has been having, and that he should build on a breakout second season. "Chansi Stuckey is a guy we feel very good about," Schottenheimer said. "He played quite a bit of snaps for us last year and had over 30 catches and is having a very good offseason."
Analysis:You can read more from our interview with coach Schottenheimer here. Stuckey has done so well in his offseason work that he's remained ahead of the pack for the starting No. 2 WR job opposite Jerricho Cotchery. The speedster came on strong early in 2009 but faded fast. This being his third year, all in the same offense, he's got a shot to surprise. He's worth a late-round pick in the deepest of seasonal and dynasty/keeper drafts this summer.
News: The New York Daily News reports Monday that WR Chansi Stuckey, and not David Clowney as previously reported, would be the starter opposite Jerricho Cotchery if the season started today. Stuckey is having a good offseason thus far, and according to the report, "his teammates are buzzing about his performance so far in the offseason."
Analysis: Stuckey and Clowney are both entering their third season, so there's reason for optimism for a breakout season. Still, they are both inexperienced and also have a young QB, whether it's rookie Mark Sanchez as expected or Kellen Clemens. At best plan on drafting Stuckey or Clowney with a late-round pick, and it appears heading into training camp Stuckey has more value.
News: The Daily News reports Jets WR David Clowney worked with Jerricho Cotchery as the starting wideouts in Thursday's workouts with Chansi Stuckey in the slot. Brad Smith was not among the top three receivers.
Analysis: This is significant news because the Jets need a starting WR opposite Cotchery with Laveranues Coles now in Cincinnati. Clowney and Stuckey are third-year wideouts this year so they could be in line for a breakout season. Smith is a player with potential, but it appears like he could again be passed over on the depth chart. If you're ranking these three right now go with Clowney, Stuckey and then Smith. Neither has much Fantasy value heading into the season, but Clowney or Stuckey are worth a look as late-round fliers depending on who starts opposite Cotchery.
News: Jets WR Chansi Stuckey did not make any grabs in Week 15's win over the Bills. Stuckey joined TE James Dearth, WR Wallace Wright, TE Bubba Franks and backup QB Kellen Clemens as players who were active without picking up stats.
Analysis: Stuckey is really just a third receiver for the Jets and doesn't deserve so much attention in Fantasy. The others mentioned above have even less value and none should be active for Week 16 at Seattle.
News: Jets WR Chansi Stuckey caught four passes for a season-high 43 yards Week 14 at San Francisco. He hadn't recorded as many as 43 yards receiving since Oct. 26.
Analysis: Stuckey is really just a third receiver for the Jets and doesn't deserve so much attention in Fantasy, despite the decent performance. In fact, he'll go without stats sometimes. Don't bother with him Week 15 against the Bills.
News: Jets WR Chansi Stuckey caught three passes for 30 yards in Week 13 against Kansas City. His longest catch went for 16 yards.
Analysis: Brett Favre did not throw a touchdown pass in Week 12 and no wide receiver had more catches or yards than Jerricho Cotchery with four catches for 40 yards, though tight end Dustin Keller did have more yards and catches. It was an off day for the veteran QB and he will look to get back on track for Week 14 at San Francisco. Stuckey is far too spotty to trust in Fantasy, though.
News: Jets WR Chansi Stuckey caught one pass for eight yards in Week 12's win over the Titans.
Analysis: Stuckey is really just a third receiver for the Jets and doesn't deserve so much attention in Fantasy. In fact, he'll go without stats often. Do not use him in Week 13 against Denver.
News: Jets WR Chansi Stuckey caught one pass for three yards against the Patriots in Week 11 on Thursday night.
Analysis: Stuckey is really just a third receiver for the Jets and doesn't deserve so much attention in Fantasy. In fact, he'll go without stats often. Do not use him in Week 11 at Tennessee.
News: The following Jets were not helpful in Week 10's 47-3 win over the Rams since they played but did not record any stats for Fantasy purposes: FB Tony Richardson, WR Wallace Wright, WR Chansi Stuckey, TE James Dearth and TE Chris Baker.
Analysis: Richardson is an impressive veteran blocker and will help pave the way for RBs like Thomas Jones and Leon Washington, but he's not going to produce a lot of stats. Keep him off of Fantasy rosters heading into Week 11 at New England. The same goes for the rest of the players on the list mentioned above.
News: The following Jets played in Week 9's win over the Bills but did not record any statistics: WR Wallace Wright, WR Chansi Stuckey and TE James Dearth.
Analysis: Stuckey is really just a third receiver for the Jets and doesn't deserve so much attention in Fantasy. Reserve him for Week 10 against the Rams. Neither of the other two players has any Fantasy value.
News: Jets WR Chansi Stuckey caught 3 passes for 43 yards from Brett Favre in Week 8's win over the Kansas City Chiefs.
Analysis: Stuckey is really just a third receiver for the Jets and doesn't deserve so much attention in Fantasy. Reserve him for Week 9 in Buffalo.
News: Jets WR Chansi Stuckey caught two passes for 48 yards Week 7 at Oakland. The 48 yards represented a season high.
Analysis: Stuckey is really just a third receiver for the Jets and doesn't deserve so much attention in Fantasy. Reserve him for Week 8 against the Chiefs.
News: Jets WR Chansi Stuckey didn't have any catches during a Week 6 win against Bengals, but did have one carry for one yard. Stuckey had just one pass thrown his way and was actually called for a holding penalty on a Jerricho Cotchery touchdown in the first quarter.
Analysis: Stuckey really burst onto the Fantasy scene with a touchdown catch in each of his first three games, but he has no touchdowns in his last two games and just two catches for 12 yards. Hopefully you didn't jump on the Stuckey bandwagon because he really had nowhere to go but down. He is looking like a risky start heading into Fantasy Week 7 as the Jets play the Raiders.
News: It looks like Jets WR Chansi Stuckey has a dream matchup vs. Cincinnati in Week 6, but stats will tell you otherwise. Against the pass, the Bengals have allowed six scores, but three came last week at Dallas. They have yet to allow a 100-yard receiver and are ranked sixth vs. the pass, giving up just 167.6 pass yards per game on average through five contests. The reason why is because teams are running all over the Bengals -- they're giving up over 170 rush yards per game. Stuckey scored in each of his first three games but was quiet in a Week 4 win that saw Brett Favre throw six touchdowns (none to Stuckey).
Analysis: Fantasy owners have a short-term memory, so Stuckey is pretty much off of everyone's radars since he was a non-factor in Week 4 and on bye in Week 5. He is worth a look as a low-end option in deeper leagues that reward long receptions since he's caught passes for 22 and 28 yards already this season.
News: Jets WR Chansi Stuckey failed to record a touchdown for a fourth straight game during a 56-35 Week 4 win against the Cardinals. Stuckey caught the only two passes thrown his way for 12 yards as the Jets posted six passing scores.
Analysis: For the second straight week, Stuckey didn't get on the stat sheet until late in the second half. He is clearly third on the depth chart behind Laveranues Coles and Jerricho Cotchery, but has developed some decent rapport with QB Brett Favre. It will be interesting to see where Stuckey goes from here, but he is more of a No. 3 or No. 4 Fantasy WR at this time. The Jets are on a bye Week 5 and don't play again until Week 6 against the Bengals.
News: Jets WR Chansi Stuckey is off to a good start. Brett Favre's new best friend was the 235th pick in the 2007 draft coming out of Clemson, caught 11 passes during a solid preseason, then spent all of last season on injured reserve with a broken foot. The 6-foot, 196-pound Stuckey is listed behind Laveranues Coles and Jerricho Cotchery on the Jets' depth chart but has still managed to score a touchdown in all of the first three games -- a 22-yarder against Miami in Week 1, a 2-yarder versus New England in Week 2 and a 4-yarder against San Diego in the fourth quarter last Monday night. He's been on the receiving end of half of Favre's six scoring aerials and has 12 receptions, nine of which have earned first downs, for 122 yards.
Analysis: Stuckey is worth using as a No. 3 Fantasy option in Week 4 against Arizona. If he keeps this up, his Fantasy value will continue to rise.
News: Jets WR Chansi Stuckey scored a touchdown for the third game in a row during a Week 3 loss to the Chargers. QB Brett Favre once again found the second-year wideout from Clemson for six points when he hit him with a 4-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter. Stuckey finished the game with six catches for 42 yards. His longest catch went for 12 yards and he was targeted nine times in the game.
Analysis: What the box score won't tell you is that Stuckey didn't get his first catch until late in the third quarter. For some reason, it took the Jets awhile to get him involved. But once they did, he posted his third touchdown of the season. Stuckey is becoming a nice red zone option for Favre, but since he is still just the Jets' third wide receiver, consider him nothing more than a 'flex' Fantasy option heading into Week 4 against the Cardinals.
News:Chansi Stuckey spent last season imagining the catches he'd make once his injured right foot finally healed. Two games into his delayed NFL career, the New York Jets' speedy receiver has two touchdown receptions and surprisingly established himself as a favorite target of Brett Favre. "I envisioned myself catching touchdown passes and you have to envision yourself doing big things, but I never imagined it would be from Brett Favre," Stuckey said Friday. "It was kind of surreal when he came here and now you have a chance to do something special with a really, really great quarterback."
Analysis: Stuckey is tied with running back Leon Washington for the team lead with six receptions, and he's the first Jets player since the AFL-NFL merger in 1970 to get a touchdown in each of his first two games. "I like everything about him," Favre said after the Jets' loss to New England last Sunday. "Stuckey's one of those guys who just seems to be around the ball. He's a small guy, but he's in and out of tight spaces pretty quick and catches the ball. He's a very smart guy." Stuckey caught every pass thrown his way Week 2 (four passes) and that should go a long way with Favre. However, Stuckey is still at best a No. 3 WR for New York. He has two touchdowns in the first two games and is developing into a nice red-zone option. However, he remains a low-end Fantasy WR heading into Week 3 against the Chargers.
News: Jets QB Brett Favre connected with WR Chansi Stuckey for a 2-yard touchdown with 10:18 left Week 2 against the Patriots, but it wasn't enough in a 19-10 loss. Favre found Stuckey alone in the back right corner of the end zone after Rodney Harrison got tripped up in coverage. Stuckey had a team-high four catches while totaling 43 yards, including a long gain of 28.
Analysis: Stuckey caught every pass thrown his way Week 2 and that should go a long way with Favre. However, Stuckey is still at best a No. 3 WR for New York. He has two touchdowns in the first two games and is developing into a nice red-zone option. However, he remains a bye-week Fantasy replacement heading into Week 3 against the Chargers.
News: Jets WR Chansi Stuckey had two catches for 37 yards and a touchdown Sunday at Miami. Stuckey's touchdown came on a flukey play where QB Brett Favre on a fourth-down play just tossed the ball up and Stuckey pulled it in for the score. He was the Jets third option against the Dolphins.
Analysis: Stuckey could be a decent option to add off the waiver wire in deeper leagues. For now, don't plan on using Stuckey in Week 2 against the Patriots.
News:Newsday reports that when the Jets broke their most recent offseason minicamp, second-year WR Chansi Stuckey was third on the depth chart. It's a spot he'll have entering training camp, where he hopes to fend off third-year WR Brad Smith and rookie Marcus Henry. Head coach Eric Mangini is impressed with Stuckey's habits off the field. "What I liked about Chansi last year is he was very involved the whole time he was not involved," Mangini said. "He was diligent in his preparation. He was diligent in trying to stay part of what was happening with the offense. Sometimes you have a guy that goes on IR, especially a young guy, they can get lost. They start the next year and they're no better than they were when they got there."
Analysis: The Jets haven't had a real slot presence since Wayne Chrebet burst on the scene years ago. Stuckey has a foot that he's broken twice since his senior year at Clemson which cost him his rookie year in '07. He's got some great speed and should be considered one to watch for those owners in deep leagues or dynasty/keeper leagues. If he can keep the job, he might merit a late-round pick in those types of formats this summer. We'll keep an eye on him and fill you in on what he does as the summer rolls on.
News: On Wednesday, the Jets placed rookie WR Chansi Stuckey on injured reserve with a knee injury. The team also released DB Raymond Ventrone from the practice squad and signed DB Abram Elam to the active roster. Stuckey, injury-prone throughout his college career at Clemson, injured his right foot last week and was inactive for the season opener against the Patriots. The nature and severity of the injury wasn't immediately known. Coach Eric Mangini said it was the same foot he broke in his senior year of college, but a different injury. "It was something that came up last week that when we tested it, it just wasn't going to get any better, so we put him on IR," Mangini said.
Analysis: None of these players should be considered helpful in Fantasy play, including Stuckey since he's on injured reserve.
News: Jets rookie WR Chansi Stuckey hauled in a 13-yard touchdown reception during Friday's preseason game against the Falcons. He finished his first pro game with three receptions for 20 yards.
Analysis: Stuckey will probably start the season as a special teams player and should not be drafted in any Fantasy league.
News: WR Chansi Stuckey, a seventh-round pick, signed with the New York Jets on Friday. Stuckey, who was sixth in Clemson history with 141 receptions and eighth with 1,760 yards receiving, will add depth for the Jets. He could also serve as a punt returner, along with first-round pick Darrelle Revis. Stuckey was productive in college despite being plagued by injuries, becoming the first Tigers player since 1940 to score a touchdown by pass, rush, punt return and reception. He had a nagging left ankle injury as a sophomore, a concussion as a junior, and a thumb injury and broken right foot that sidelined him for three games as a senior.
Analysis: Stuckey will probably start the season as a special teams player and should not be drafted in any Fantasy league.
News: Chansi Stuckey struggled with injuries during his college career at Clemson, including a broken right foot that sidelined him for three games as a senior. The Jets were satisfied that the wide receiver was over the injury problems, enough so to draft him in the seventh round. Judging by his speedy showing Saturday, it appears Stuckey has indeed put the foot injury behind him. "I just want to be the best whether I was drafted in the first round or I wasn't drafted at all," Stuckey said. "I just want to work hard and earn my keep."
Analysis: Stuckey will primarily assist on special teams if he makes the Jets out of camp. Don't consider him outside the deepest of dynasty leagues.
News: Aside from first-round pick CB Darrelle Revis, the Jets' 2007 draft class includes: Michigan LB David Harris, Nicholls State OT Jacob Bender and Clemson WR Chansi Stuckey.
Analysis: Harris is good enough to compete for a starting job and land a role working the inside of the Jets' 3-4 defense on a weekly basis, making him a sleeper late-round pick in seasonal IDP leagues and an early- to middle-round pick in dynasty rookie drafts. Stuckey will assist on special teams if he makes the Jets out of camp.