Jaiquawn Jarrett | Philadelphia Eagles | DB
2012 Experience: 2nd Season
IDP Fantasy Football Outlook: I figured Jaiquawn Jarrett would take over the starting job at some point last year, but apparently he has some work to do before he’s ready. Coach Andy Reid noted that Kurt Coleman would be the teams starting strong safety as of now, and that’s a message to Jarrett, because he’s the better fit for that position.
If Jarrett takes over the job at some point, he will be a starter in IDP leagues, but we will have to keep an eye on his progress in training camp.
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Summer of 2011: Fantasy Projections
I had high hopes for rookie Jaiquawn Jarrett this summer, but it looks like he’s on the wrong side of a preseason battle between Kurt Coleman for the starting strong safety job. That said, if Jarrett should win the job, he would make for a nice waiver wire option this year, as his position has been productive in IDP leagues, in the Eagles scheme.
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June 2011 Outlook
With Quintin Mikell set to hit the free agent market, the Eagles drafted Jaiquawn Jarrett to be the teams projected starting strong safety this season. Just take a gander at some of the comments Coach Andy Reid has to say about this kids hard hitting ability to be a believer that he can come in and contribute to your IDP squad this season.
As is the case for many rookies (especially with the lockout situation) it may take Jarrett a month or so to get himself up to a start worthy level for IDP leagues, but he should get opportunities to be a good option, as even Mikell was around 90 tackles as season. This makes Jarrett an IDP sleeper for the 2011 season, and a clear snag in dynasty rookie drafts.