For this year, though, Kerley is an extremely important cog in the offense. He is the team’s second-best receiver behind Eric Decker. Offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg likely will move Kerley around from the slot to the outside at times and try to maximize the number of touches he gets. With defenses paying attention to Decker, there should be plenty of opportunities for Kerley.
Kerley also can operate the wildcat offense and has shown he can throw the ball when asked.
Kerley will once again be a spot starter option, especially in PPR formats. He should benefit from the arrival of Eric Decker and the maturation of Geno Smith. He's a name to remember in the final rounds of drafts in deeper formats.