Jeremy Kerley injury update: Game-time decision, should be fantasy ready

Anthony Gruppuso-US PRESSWIRE

New York Jets wide out Jeremy Kerley (hamstring, heel) was officially listed as questionable for Week 11. We breakdown the fantasy implications.

New York Jets wide out Jeremy Kerley was a full practice participant in two of three practice this week. The team has officially listed the receiver as questionable, but there is the feeling that he will be active Sunday. In Week 11, the Jets are set to face the St. Louis Rams.

If Kerley does indeed suit up today, he will be pitted against one of two very good cornerbacks. It should be another competitive match-up for the Jets offense.

Fantasy Analysis: Jeremy Kerley might not be the best route to go in Week 11. While the receiver may seem due for a big game, the Jets are struggling mightily and the Rams secondary is often underestimated. Cortland Finnegan and Janoris Jenkins are now featured in this St. Louis secondary -- both capable of locking up Kerley.

If you can afford to keep Kerley on your bench, proceed to do so. Right now, the Jets are not the most appealing team to have fantasy player.

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