Jeremy Kerley turns in season-worst fantasy outing on MNF

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Jeremy Kerley was held to one reception for 11 yards during the Jets' loss to the Titans on Monday Night Football. We break down the fantasy implications.

Jeremy Kerley was held to just one reception for 11 yards during the New York Jets' loss to the Tennessee Titans on Monday Night Football. He was targeted five times, but struggled to haul in the football due in large part to a bad night from quarterback Mark Sanchez.

Kerley has held to two receptions three times this season, but hadn't had one reception or fewer in any game until Monday. Unsurprisingly, his 11 yards were also a season low. He has yet to score a touchdown since Week 3 against the Miami Dolphins.

Fantasy Impact: Kerley's usefulness in fantasy leagues has about run its course. He was a decent PPR option before the Jets' Week 9 bye, but his value has since been in steady decline while the Jets gradually come apart at the seams. Kerley cannot be considered a reliable fantasy option even in PPR leagues. As long as Sanchez is struggling, you should look for a better option.

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