Jeremy Kerley leads Jets fantasy options on Monday Night Football

Ed Mulholland-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

Jeremy Kerley led the Jets with 94 yards receiving on five receptions during the Jets' loss to the Texans on Monday Night Football. We break down the fantasy implications.

Jeremy Kerley led the New York Jets with 94 yards receiving on five receptions against the Houston Texans on Monday Night Football in Week 6. The Jets were without Santonio Holmes and Stephen Hill for the game, giving Kerley the top spot on the team's receiving depth chart.

Fantasy Impact: Kerley may be the only viable starter on the Jets' offense in standard fantasy leagues at this point. His value should remain relatively high even once Hill returns from a hamstring injury (though it's still unclear when exactly that will be). Kerley was targeted nine times on the night, which was four more times than Chaz Schilens, the next most-targeted receiver for the Jets. Consider Kerley a WR3/Flex option going forward, especially with bye weeks going into effect.

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