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  • Week 2 - Sep 14

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    CHI @ NYJ

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    DET @ NYJ

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    PIT @ NYJ

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    bye

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    NYJ @ BUF

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    MIA @ NYJ

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    NYJ @ TEN

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    NE @ NYJ

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    NYJ @ MIA

  • Week 1 - Sep 09

    BUF 28 @ NYJ 48

  • Week 2 - Sep 16

    NYJ 10 @ PIT 27

  • Week 3 - Sep 23

    NYJ 23 @ MIA 20

  • Week 4 - Sep 30

    SF 34 @ NYJ 0

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    HOU 23 @ NYJ 17

  • Week 7 - Oct 21

    NYJ @ NE

  • Week 8 - Oct 28

    MIA @ NYJ

  • Week 9 - Nov 04

    bye

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    NYJ @ SEA

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    NYJ @ LAR

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    NE @ NYJ

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    ARI @ NYJ

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    DAL 24 @ NYJ 27

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    JAC 3 @ NYJ 32

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    NYJ 24 @ OAK 34

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    NYJ 17 @ BAL 34

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    NYJ 21 @ NE 30

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    MIA 6 @ NYJ 24

  • Week 7 - Oct 23

    LAC 21 @ NYJ 27

  • Week 8 - Oct 30

    bye

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    NE 37 @ NYJ 16

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    BUF 24 @ NYJ 28

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    NYG 29 @ NYJ 14

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    NE 14 @ NYJ 28

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    NYJ 38 @ BUF 14

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    MIN 20 @ NYJ 29

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    NYJ 24 @ DEN 20

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    bye

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Jim Thomas, a beat writer for the St. Louis Rams, tweeted that Fisher pulled Zac Stacy, because he wanted to use three running backs. "Fisher said Stacy's calf issue coming out of the Philly game was not a factor in his workload. 'There were no physical issues.'

Pyro's take: In other words, Fisher is trying to workout a game plan, where he does not have to use Zac Stacy. He wants his running backs rotated, and Stacy works by volume. Keep going to the well with Zac Stacy until Fisher decides enough.

10/14/14, 09:47 PM CDT by Vaaal-verde
Source: twitter.com

Full-Speed

Zac Stacy has been cleared and is at full-speed, and look for him to be active on Monday Night Football against the San Francisco 49ers. He left the game last week with a calf strain. "I had a good week of prep this week, got back running around earlier this week," Stacy said. "It feels good, ready to go."

After running for 973 yards last season, Stacy has struggled to gain traction through the first four games. Stacy has rushed for 223 yards on 53 carries and has scored only one touchdown.

It won't get any easier for Stacy as he faces the San Francisco defense ranked fifth against the run.

"Just watching them on film they run to the ball pretty good," Stacy said. "It's just one of those games you'll get two yards here, you may lose a couple here and then you might pop one for 10. It's all about a grind, keeping the running game moving. It comes down to execution."

Pyro's take: The Rams are going to rely on Stacy to keep the offensive rolling against the 49ers. It wont be easy, but Stacy is a grinder, and will need to do so, to keep the Rams in the game.

Don't look for high yardage totals for Stacy, but he may sneak one in from a yard out or so. He should be treated as you normally would in your lineup.

10/11/14, 08:57 PM CDT by Vaaal-verde
Source: www.mysanantonio.com

Spacey Stacy

Zac Stacy had to leave Sunday during the third quarter due to a calf sprain. Head coach Jeff Fisher is holding him out for now, but hopes to have him for the Monday Night Football match-up against the 49ers. “It looks like he may miss some practice time this week,’’ Fisher said during his Monday meeting with the media at Rams Park. The “preliminary evaluation is it doesn’t look like he’ll miss the game, but we’ll see." Benny Cunningham, another second-year back, finished up Sunday with 47 yards in seven carries, including a 14-yard TD run.

Stacy has run for 223 yards and a touchdown, he also has 10 catches for 98 yards.

Pyro's take: Cunningham will replace Stacy on Monday night if need-be. As of now, consider Stacy a safe start. but in a tough match-up against the 49ers defense. Play him as you usually would in your fantasy line-ups.

10/08/14, 12:26 AM CDT by Vaaal-verde
Source: www.stltoday.com

Stacy comes not guranteed

There has been a change of heart for services of Zac Stacy. Offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer confirmed Wednesday, via ESPN.com's Nick Wagoner, that Stacy isn't guaranteed to open the season as the lead back.

The competition is between Stacy and thrid round draft pick Tre Mason. Schottenheimer has stated that "Zac's obviously a really, really good player, but we're going to create competition for all the guys," Schottenheimer continued. "...We know we have a good stable group of backs and they all have different skill sets, which we'll try to use throughout the course of the year."

Pyro's take: This is probably not as close of a competition as Schottenheimer would like. I just cannot see Stacy losing the starting job to a rookie. What I do see is Brian Schottenheimer committing to the idea of "nobody's job is safe, and if you want the starting job, you need to go get it." Keep Stacy where you have him as of now, and keep an eye on what is transpiring during camp.

06/19/14, 11:57 AM CDT by Vaaal-verde
Source: www.nfl.com

Stacy has a rough match-up

Stacy, who has represented arguably the most important member of the Rams’ offense since taking over as the team’s lead back in the fifth game of the season, has already run for more yards than any other St. Louis Rams rookie with 696 entering Sunday. Conversely, Arizona has allowed only one back to rush for 100 yards this season. San Francisco’s Frank Gore carried 25 times for 101 yards in Week 6. Stacy’s ability to produce on first and second down could prove crucial against a defense that has an affinity for bringing excessive pressure from a variety of positions on third down. Arizona has received a sack from 11 different players on the season.

“You look at first, second down, there’s a lot of pressure,” offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer said. “Third down it jumps off the roof. There’s a bunch of pressure that they’re doing, some real exotic stuff, multiple stuff, but they’re doing a great job. I think (Defensive Coordinator) Todd Bowles has been doing it for a long time at a very high level, and those guys are having a lot of fun. It’s kind of a veteran group with a few young players in there, but a very, very good group.”

Pyro's take: Stacy has been good for owners, but don't count on him this week. The Cardinals are beastly upfront, and they are going to force the Rams to beat them by throwing the ball.

If you own Stacy it would be a good idea to look for another option if you have one. If you don't, then just hope that he becomes a trend buster this week.

12/07/13, 05:13 PM CST by Houdini
Source: www.stlouisrams.com

Stacy is a must start this week

After allowing 174 rushing yards Sunday against Ray Rice and the Ravens, the Bears dropped to 31st in the NFL in rushing defense (127.5 yards per game). They were ninth after three weeks (88.7 yards per game) when defensive tackle Henry Melton suffered a season-ending knee injury.

Rice, who entered the game averaging 2.5 yards per carry, gained 131 yards on 25 carries (5.2 yards per carry) against the Bears. He was the sixth player to rush for 100 or more yards against the Bears. No other NFL team has allowed more than four 100-yard rushers.

With a 47-yard run on his first carry of the game, Rice became the fifth player to have his seasonlong run against the Bears. The others are the Packers’ Eddie Lacy (56 yards) and James Starks (32), the Lions’ Reggie Bush (39) and the Giants’ Brandon Jacobs (16).

On Sunday, the Bears will face Rams rookie Zac Stacy, who has rushed for 537 yards on 129 carries (4.2 yards per carry). Stacy ran for 134 yards against the Seahawks and for 127 against the Titans in back-to-back games but was held to 62 yards on 26 carries in a 38-8 victory Nov. 10 against the Colts. Stacy’s long run this season is 32 yards against the Titans.

Pyro's take: I would expect the trend of a season long run to continue, as Stacy should easily break a run longer than 32 yards against the Bears. The Bears defense has been atrocious against the run, and is making average running backs look like all-pros.

Zac is having himself a very nice rookie season, and with the bye week leading up to this game he will have fresh legs. Stacy should see a lot of action in this game, and could end up being the most productive back in fantasy this week.

11/23/13, 03:27 PM CST by Houdini
Source: www.suntimes.com

Zac Stacy misses practice, Coach Fisher not worried

Rookie running back Zac Stacy, who ran for 78 yards in his first NFL start Sunday in a 34-20 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars at the Edward Jones Dome, did not practice Wednesday as the Rams began preparations for Sunday's game against the Texans in Houston.

But head coach Jeff Fisher, who said Monday that he expected to stick with Stacy at running back, downplayed the absence.

“He just took the day off, a little sore after that outing, but he'll be fine.'' the coach said.

Pyro's take: Stacy did a hell of job actually being a productive running back for the Rams last week, which no other running back has been able to do to this point. Stacy was making nice hard runs and was always moving forward with the ball. He is going to have to learn how to play through injuries if he wants to be successful in the NFL, as well as fantasy. The rookie should be able to go on Sunday, but this is a tough match-up against the Texans.

10/09/13, 06:09 PM CDT by Houdini
Source: www.stltoday.com

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