Jeremy Kerley injury update: Fantasy value unharmed despite multiple ailments

Otto Greule Jr

Jeremy Kerley is expected to suit up for Sunday's game between the Jets and the Cardinals despite dealing with heel and hamstring injuries, and illness. We break down the fantasy implications.

Jeremy Kerley is expected to play for the New York Jets during Sunday's game against the Arizona Cardinals despite a plethora injuries. Kerley was listed on the Jets' injury report with hamstring, heel and illness problems, but was able to practice fully Thursday and Friday.

Kerley has arguably been the most consistent fantasy option in the Jets' offense this season. He had at least five receptions in four of his last five games played.

Fantasy Impact: Kerley is a decent WR3/Flex option in PPR leagues, though his limited upside makes him a risky option for standard formats. He generally sees a decent number of targets, but little work downfield. It doesn't help that he hasn't scored a touchdown since Week 3, either.

The matchup isn't very good this week, going up against an excellent Cardinals pass defense. Arizona is giving up just 204 yards passing per game on the year, and have 15 interceptions to 15 passing touchdowns allowed.

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