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Player Outlook
It's nearly impossible to draft Breece Hall too high in Fantasy Football this year. We're comfortable with him as early as No. 2 overall, with Christian McCaffrey being the only player that all of our experts agree should be drafted before him. Hall finished as RB2 overall last year despite the fact he was coming off an ACL injury and he only scored five rushing touchdowns. He should be fully healthy to start 2024 and the return of Aaron Rodgers should create more scoring opportunities. Hall has been remarkably good at creating big plays, with both a rush and a reception of more than 50 yards in each of his first two years in the league. A revamped offensive line and better quarterback play should mean fewer plays where he's tackled behind the line of scrimmage. No one should be surprised if Hall is the most valuable player in Fantasy this season.

Fantasy Stats

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Year yds
Rushing Yards
Average Yards per Rush
Rushing Touchdowns
Fumbles Lost
Receiving Yards
Receiving Touchdowns
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
2023 994 4.46 5 76 591 4 19811.6
2022 463 5.79 4 1 19 218 1 9113
3y Avg. 728 4.79 4 0 48 404 2 13311.1
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  • Jets' Breece Hall: Could practice, team being cautious

    Hall (lower body), who has been sidelined at mandatory minicamp, said Wednesday he "could practice right now" but that "the coaches are really cautious," John Pullano of the Jets' official site reports. "I do all the walkthroughs and stuff we've been doing," Hall said. While he's been present for the offseason program, Hall has been limited to work on the side due to what coach Robert Saleh called "some lower half stuff." The featured RB said he feels "a lot leaner this offseason" and that his knee "feels a lot better" than during the 2023 campaign. He's set lofty goals for improvement during the 2024 season, saying his targets are to earn his first All-Pro and Pro Bowl honors and match the standard of superstar 49ers running back Christian McCaffery. Fantasy managers have similarly high expectations for Hall heading into Year 3, as he's one of the few backs commonly in contention to come off the board early in Round 1 of fantasy drafts, along with McCaffrey and Bijan Robinson.
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  • Jets' Breece Hall: Limited to side work

    Hall is working off to the side at Tuesday's practice, with coach Robert Saleh telling reporters the running back is "dealing with some lower half stuff," Zack Rosenblatt of The Athletic reports. Hall was first spotted with the Jets' rehab group last Wednesday and is now confirmed to be dealing with a minor injury. It doesn't sound like anything that will still be an issue when the Jets start training camp in late July, but it's possible Hall is limited or absent during mandatory minicamp June 11-13. Braelon Allen, Isaiah Davis, Israel Abanikanda and Tarik Cohen are all candidates to take first-team RB reps while Hall isn't practicing.
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  • Jets' Breece Hall: Over 500 yards in last three games

    Hall rushed 37 times for 178 yards and a touchdown while catching both of his targets for 12 yards in Sunday's 17-3 win over the Patriots. He also ran in a two-point conversion. Hall saw the heaviest workload on the ground of his NFL career in the snowy season finale, and he broke the game open late with a 50-yard touchdown run, which he immediately followed up with a two-point conversion. The 22-year-old running back was spectacular down the stretch, racking up 507 scrimmage yards and four touchdowns over his last three games. Overall, Hall posted 994 rushing yards and five touchdowns on 223 carries along with 76 catches on 95 targets for 591 yards and four touchdowns. He didn't miss a game in his second NFL campaign after having his rookie year cut short by an ACL tear, and Hall should benefit from the expected return of quarterback Aaron Rodgers (Achilles) next season.
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  • Jets' Breece Hall: Another strong performance in loss

    Hall rushed 13 times for 84 yards and secured all nine targets for 42 yards and a touchdown in the Jets' 37-20 loss to the Browns on Thursday night. For the second time in five days, Hall was the busiest skill-position player on the Jets while leading the way in rush attempts and receptions. The versatile back, who's frequently struggled with efficiency on the ground behind a poor run-blocking offensive line, has compiled 179 rushing yards on 33 carries in the last two games, production he's complemented with a 21-136-1 line through the air on 25 targets. Hall will look to close out the season in similarly productive fashion and head into the offseason with some momentum when the Jets face off with the Patriots on the road on Sunday, Jan. 7.
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  • Jets' Breece Hall: Erupts against Commanders

    Hall carried the ball 20 times for 95 yards and two touchdowns and caught 12 of 16 targets for 96 yards in Sunday's 30-28 win over Washington. The running back was nearly a one-man offense for the Jets, leading the team in both rushing and receiving yards, and Hall's mammoth effort helped build a 27-7 lead by halftime that the defense managed to squander, requiring Greg Zuerlein to kick a game-winning field goal in the game's dying seconds. Hall hadn't scored a rushing TD since Week 6 and hadn't topped 50 rushing yards since Week 5, but he had scored three receiving touchdowns and seen heavy usage as a pass catcher over the last couple months to stay somewhat productive. The second-year RB's numbers have been a rollercoaster lately, but another downturn could be coming in Week 17 as Hall and the Jets will face a much tougher opponent in the Browns.
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  • Jets' Breece Hall: Just 18 total yards in shutout loss

    Hall rushed six times for 12 yards and caught one of two targets for six yards in Sunday's 30-0 loss to the Dolphins. Hall had been making up for poor rushing performances with strong receiving numbers in recent weeks, but the versatile running back failed to find any room as nobody on the Jets reached 30 scrimmage yards in the shutout loss. Starting quarterback Zach Wilson (head) got hurt in the first half, and the offensive line didn't open up any holes for Hall, Israel Abanikanda or Dalvin Cook, as the other two running backs combined for 12 yards on five carries. Hall will look to bounce back in Week 16 against the weak Washington defense.
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  • Jets' Breece Hall: Good to go against Miami

    Hall (ankle) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Dolphins, Rich Cimini of reports. After being limited in practice Wednesday and Thursday, Hall was upgraded to full Friday and is ready to roll for Sunday's divisional tilt. Hall is coming off one of his biggest games of the season after totaling 126 yards from scrimmage and one touchdown on 18 touches last week in the Jets' upset win over the Texans.
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  • Jets' Breece Hall: In line to suit up Sunday

    Hall (ankle) is expected to play Sunday against Houston, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Hall managed just one limited practice during Week 14 prep and enters Sunday donning a questionable tag, but he appears set to play through the injury for the second straight contest. Though his fantasy ceiling is limited to an extent by the Jets' shaky offensive line and poor quarterback play, Hall has been able to maintain a decent floor of late thanks to his work as a pass catcher.
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  • Jets' Breece Hall: Questionable after limited practice

    Hall (ankle) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Texans after logging a limited practice Friday. Friday marked the first time all week that Hall practiced in any capacity, but head coach Robert Saleh said Thursday that he expects the running back to play this weekend. Hall's status will be cleared up one way or the other when the Jets release their inactive list 90 minutes prior to Sunday's 1 p.m. ET kickoff. If Hall is unable to play or hampered by the injury, more touches will be in store for Dalvin Cook and possibly Israel Abanikanda.
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  • Jets' Breece Hall: Expected to suit up vs. Falcons

    Hall (hamstring) is expected to take the field Sunday versus Atlanta, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Hall is officially listed as questionable for Week 13, despite coming off a full practice session Friday. He appears to be trending in the right direction for Sunday's contest, as does veteran backup Dalvin Cook (shoulder), who is also listed as questionable. Official word on the statuses of Hall and Cook will arrive when the Jets release their inactive list 90 minutes prior to Sunday's 1 p.m. ET kickoff.
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  • Jets' Breece Hall: Questionable after full practice

    Hall (hamstring) was a full participant in practice Friday but remains listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Falcons, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM NFL Radio reports. The Jets' top three running backs are all questionable, as Hall's joined by Dalvin Cook (shoulder) and Israel Abanikanda (illness) on the injury report. Of the three, Hall is the only one that mustered a full practice Friday, suggesting he's in good position to handle his usual heavy workload as the Jets' lead back, barring a setback. Confirmation on Hall's availability will come approximately 90 minutes before Sunday's game kicks off at 1:00 p.m. ET.
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  • Jets' Breece Hall: Dealing with hamstring issue

    Hall was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice due to a hamstring injury, Rich Cimini of reports. Hall is facing practice limitations for the first time since September, when he was still getting back to full strength from the torn ACL he suffered his rookie season. He hasn't found much room to run of late, instead relying on pass-catching production and/or touchdowns to keep his fantasy value afloat. Hall showed no obvious sign of injury in this past Friday's 34-13 loss to the Dolphins, as he took 14 touches for 49 yards while playing two-thirds of the snaps on offense. He's finished in the range of 60-to-70 percent snap shares six games in a row, and he'll likely be somewhere around that range Sunday against the Falcons if he isn't too bothered by his hamstring.
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  • Jets' Breece Hall: Top DFS Play

    Despite an awful rushing average, Hall sees enough work in the passing game to provide a double-digit floor. What we haven't seen in a while is his upside, which is always just one play away.
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  • Jets' Breece Hall: Scores 50-yard receiving TD

    Hall rushed 12 times for 17 yards and caught six of nine targets for 76 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 13-10 overtime win over the Giants. After a slow start for both offenses, Hall used his rare blend of elusiveness and speed to turn a simple check-down grab into a 50-yard touchdown catch to put the Jets up 7-3. That looked like all the offense the Jets would muster as Hall was stymied on the ground and Zach Wilson couldn't get anything going in the passing game, but a late burst from the passing attack helped the Jets force overtime and eventually win. It's encouraging that the team is finding ways to get Hall the ball in the passing game when the run isn't working, but the offensive line's inability to consistently open up holes remains a concern as Hall gets ready to face the Chargers in Week 9.
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  • Jets' Breece Hall: Top DFS Play

    I'd really like to put Christian McCaffrey in this spot, and $10,200 is not too much for him, but it does make the rest of your roster construction difficult. Hall is $3,000 cheaper, and with a matchup against the Giants, I'm not sure his upside is much lower. In fact, I'd be pretty content to wager that this is the last time Hall is below $8,000 this season. Let's take advantage of it.
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  • Jets' Breece Hall: Unleashed for 194 total yards

    Hall had 22 carries for 177 yards and a touchdown while catching all three of his targets for 17 receiving yards in Sunday's 31-21 win over Denver. Head coach Robert Saleh stated that Hall would no longer have playing time limitations starting this week, and he stayed true to his word by giving his starting tailback 25 touches Sunday. Hall hadn't topped 13 combined touches in any of the Jets' previous four contests this season following his recovery from a torn ACL last October. Assuming his knee held up fine, the 22-year-old's ROS projections should experience a huge spike now that he is healthy and seeing a starter's workload. Hall will face a stiffer test against the Eagles next Sunday, but the speedy back should have plenty of chances to break off a big play as the Jets lean on the running game sans Aaron Rodgers (Achilles) this season.
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  • Jets' Breece Hall: Looks healthy on nine touches

    Hall rushed six times for 56 yards and caught three of four targets for 13 yards in Sunday's 23-20 loss to Kansas City. Hall was limited during the week at practice as the Jets continues to ease him back in action after he suffered a torn ACL last season. The Iowa State product was explosive when called upon, finishing as the team's leading rusher despite his limited workload. Hall has alternated games with single-digit and double-digit carries through four weeks with mixed results, but he possesses the talent to break off a long gain at any time. His volatile touch count makes him a risky play against the Broncos next Sunday.
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  • Jets' Breece Hall: Puts in full practice

    Hall (knee) was a full participant in Thursday's practice. After tearing his ACL in addition to suffering a meniscus injury last October, Hall has made a clean recovery and has gained clearance ahead of each of the Jets' first three games by turning in at least one full practice every week. He appears to be getting healthier as the weeks roll along, as Thursday marks the first time that he's put in a full practice before the Jets' third session of a given week. Whether that translates to an increased workload Sunday against the Chiefs is uncertain, but Hall's playing time seems to be on an upward trajectory. After logging 32 percent of the offensive snaps in both of the Jets' first two games, Hall took on a 48 percent share in this past Sunday's loss to the Patriots.
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  • Jets' Breece Hall: Cleared for Week 3

    Hall (knee) logged a full practice Friday and doesn't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Patriots. Hall's limited participation Wednesday and Thursday was due to load management on his surgically repaired knee. After following the same practice pattern last week, Hall was listed as questionable against Dallas, but he avoided a designation this time around. Hall got just four carries against the Cowboys as the Jets abandoned the run after falling behind early, but New York's expected to lean on the ground game more heavily in this AFC East rivalry game.
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  • Jets' Breece Hall: RBs to Sit

    Hall is still too risky to trust right now heading into Week 3 against the Patriots. He was great in Week 1 against Buffalo with 147 total yards on just 11 touches, but he was miserable in Week 2 at Dallas with four carries for 9 yards and no catches on two targets. He's played fewer snaps than Dalvin Cook in each of the first two games, which will hopefully change soon, but the Jets are being cautious with Hall coming back from last year's knee injury. New England was trounced by Raheem Mostert in Week 2 for 127 total yards and two touchdowns, but the Patriots were daring Miami to run to protect against the Dolphins passing game. The Jets passing game isn't scaring anyone right now with Zach Wilson under center, so Hall could have another game with poor production in Week 3.
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