It's not clear how long Decker will be out, but the team has called him "week to week," and the Jets don't have their bye until Week 11, so he may miss a few games. Our injury expert, Russell Manalastas (@russmanalastas) said: "Will likely be week to week, could probably get an injection to help inflammation. Likely will come down to pain, most who have partial cuff tears can function as soon as pain is resolved." Quincy Enunwa has seen 25 targets through three games and was targeted 11 times in Week 3 against the Chiefs. This is a tough matchup against the Seahawks, but as the Jets' secondary receiving option, he should be able to post a solid yardage total, especially if he's playing in the slot matched up with Seattle CB Jeremy Lane. Brandon Marshall also gets a bump due to a likely increase in usage. The Jets may deploy rookie Robby Anderson to the right side of the formation to let Marshall work on the left side, away from Richard Sherman.
Jets WR Eric Decker (shoulder) is out for Week 4, has partial tear in rotator cuff
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