Quincy Enunwa NFL Stats
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New York Jets Team Injury Report
With Eric Decker hurt and the Jets' passing game in disarray, Enunwa emerged as one of the team's leading targets, putting up strong per-play numbers -- 14.8 YPC, 8.2 YPT -- under the circumstances. At 6-2, 225 and with 4.45 speed, Enunwa has the physical dimensions to be a star, but his route running, improved in 2016, is still a work in progress. Enunwa is also a strong run blocker and tough to bring down after the catch, but he'll have to wait until 2018 to flash those skills again, as he was diagnosed with a bulging disc in his neck during training camp and is now expected to miss all of 2017.
With Devin Smith still recovering from a torn ACL, Enunwa will get an opportunity to compete for the No. 3 wideout spot. Unfortunately, it's a position that doesn't lend itself to a ton of fantasy value, as Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker will likely see a huge share of the WR targets, while running backs Matt Forte and Bilal Powell, plus tight end Jace Amaro, figure to eat up much of the other work.
As a rookie in 2014, the former sixth-round draft pick was active for just one game last season with the Jets after an injury freed up a roster spot. It's going to be a tough road for Enunwa to get back on the official roster, but he'll look to compete in training camp for a place on the squad.
Enunwa is in many ways a Stephen Hill clone, combining prototypical size with great speed and somewhat raw receiving skills. He'll likely spend the bulk of the season on the Jets' practice squad.