WR Jeremy Kerley - New York Jets
|5-10, 189||Born: 11-29-1988||College: TCU||Drafted: Round 5|
Quick fantasy outlook: With the injuries and struggles among the other wide receivers, Jeremy Kerley ended up being the leader in yards and receptions in 2012. If that happens again, it's a sure sign something is wrong. It's not that Kerley isn't talented because he is--very much so. A poor man's Randall Cobb, Kerley can be very dangerous after the catch. It's just that he's not a number one receiver and his role isn't mean to be quite that large. Kerley could end up on top again though, as his sure hands and speed could be very attractive to David Garrard and Geno Smith if they get the starter role. Mark Sanchez would probably lean more on Santonio Holmes or Stephen Hill, but Kerley will still get plenty of attention in the offense no matter who throws the ball. With the departure of Dustin Keller, whomever ends up quarterback will need a guy to move the chains and Kerley is well suited to that task.
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