Jeremy Kerley injury update: Fantasy value stable with probable status

Ed Mulholland-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

Jeremy Kerley is probable for Week 6 against the Colts. We break down the fantasy implications.

New York Jets WR Jeremy Kerley (finger) is officially listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Indianapolis Colts. Kerley was limited in Wednesday's practice, but it was more like a day of rest coming off the Monday Night game, and he was in full practice Thursday and Friday. He is fully expected to play this week.

Kerley got five catches for 94 yards against the Houston Texans last Monday. He has 15 catches for 291 yards and two TDs on the season.

Fantasy Impact: Kerley has been thrust into the Jets' No. 1 WR role due to injuries. He's been stepping up in the role so far, but New York's offense is still too unreliable to count on any fantasy production, even against the Colts secondary. As long as Kerley has Mark Sanchex and/or Tim Tebow throwing to him, his fantasy value will be limited.

Kerley remains a low-end flex option, with WR2 upside in deeper leagues. He's a decent fantasy play as a bye-week filler.

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