Jets WR Eric Decker initially hurt his hamstring early in training camp. The injury then flared up in Week 2 against the Packers. Since then, Decker has been managing the pain. But after the bye week, Decker said he now feels as if he’s healthy again.
“I feel like I’m back how I felt prior to the injury in the Green Bay game,” Decker said. “I feel like I’ve got a little more bounce in my step and I’m not thinking about it every time I make a cut with my hamstring that it’s going to get aggravated. It’s back to where I’m just playing football and just having fun.”
Decker has seen 9.0 targets per game since the arrival of Percy Harvin (who has also averaged 9.0 targets since joining the Jets), so as long as he's fully healthy, and Michael Vick can provide capable quarterback play, then he should be a decent start in most matchups.