It's true that the Jets wide receiving corps has a few "knicks and knacks" that could limit or sideline players like Eric Decker (hamstring) and David Nelson (ankle) for Sunday's game at San Diego.
It's also true that the wideouts have a secret weapon to attack the Chargers secondary, a player who in fact leads all NFL wide receivers after one quarter of the season in both yards/catch and YAC average.
His name: Greg Salas.
It's a small sample size for Salas. He's averaging about 25 plays per game and has only been targeted 12 times with five catches. He's averaging 25.6 yards a catch though. With both Decker and Nelson questionable, Salas has a chance for more playing time but is still ranked just 79th on our list. Even if he sees more time, it's a tough matchup against the Chargers.