After Jermaine Kearse carried this unit for the first two weeks of the season, the rest of this unit answered the call in a big way. Robby Anderson showed off his big play ability with a 69 yard touchdown reception. Consistency has been his biggest issue this season, but he is a home run threat on an offense with limited weapons and the Jets will need to find way to get the ball into his hands.
With Anderson leading the group with 95 yards, it was Jeremy Kerley who led the group in receptions hauling in all five of his targets for 42 yards. Kerley has been a welcomed addition to the slot and has been a valuable security blanket.
Jermaine Kearse was keyed on by the Miami defense but still contributed 42 yards on three catches.
This receiving unit now has many different options and combinations they can now deploy and the home run threats on the outside could give this offense some pop the rest of the season.