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Posted: 9/24/2017 8:46pm ET
Huddle Up: It was actually Decker's most productive game of the year, and if Corey Davis is sidelined again in Week 4, Decker could be a WR4 option against the Houston Texans.
Posted: 9/20/2017 3:42pm ET
Huddle Up: Decker has just six grabs for 42 yards through two games and he faces a tough Seattle secondary, so his fantasy value remains rather limited. Matthews has six grabs for 114 yards to date, and he is the Tennessee wideout to target in deeper fantasy leagues in Week 3.
Posted: 9/17/2017 5:32pm ET
Huddle Up: Decker has managed three catches in each of his first two games in Nashville but he has just 42 total yards. He'll obviously need much higher yardage totals to be useful in fantasy leagues going forward. The Titans face a tough matchup in Week 3 against the Seahawks defense.
Posted: 9/4/2017 5:39pm ET
Huddle Up: Decker probably will be one of the starting receivers for the Titans this season and should receive a good amount of targets. He has recorded at least 1,000 yards in three of the last five season and can be a No. 3 or No. 4 receiver in fantasy leagues.
Posted: 8/29/2017 1:40pm ET
Huddle Up: Decker has dealt with his fair share of injuries in his career, but has succeeded despite them. Time will tell who leads the Titans in receiving this year between Decker, Rishard Matthews and Corey Davis. All three, however, have the ability to achieve WR3 status.
Posted: 8/28/2017 4:23pm ET
Huddle Up: Decker would only see limited snaps if he is active for the preseason game but appears to be on track for Week 1. He should have a solid role in the passing game this season and can be considered a No. 3 or No. 4 fantasy receiver.
Posted: 8/25/2017 10:25am ET
Huddle Up: There's been no indication how serious the ankle injury is, so we can probably assume for now the Titans are just being cautious with a veteran receiver. However, it is slightly concerning considering Decker missed most of last season with hip and shoulder injuries - both of which required surgery. Owners would be wise to keep tabs on his situation over the next two weeks leading into the regular-season opener. At the moment, he's a WR4 in fantasy.
Posted: 8/23/2017 6:02pm ET
Huddle Up: Davis and Decker probably will sit out the final two preseason games and will look to play in Week 1. Both receivers should have solid roles in the passing game, but Decker could have a bigger role than Davis early in the season. Decker can be considered a No. 3 or No. 4 fantasy receiver, while Davis can be a No. 4 or No. 5 receiver.
Posted: 8/20/2017 1:45pm ET
Huddle Up: Decker suffered the injury last week and missed the second preseason game but probably will be able to play if he practices this week. He should be a top-three receiver for the Titans this season and can be considered a No. 3 or No. 4 fantasy receiver.
Posted: 8/17/2017 5:00pm ET
Huddle Up: It appears like Decker is dealing with a minor injury and probably will be ready for the start of the regular season. He has a good chance to be one of the team's starting receivers and should see a solid amount of targets. Decker can be considered a low-end No. 3 or a No. 4 receiver in leagues.
Posted: 8/17/2017 8:14am ET
Huddle Up: Decker twisted his ankle yesterday, but it's not expected to be serious. Decker is a low-end WR3, but he has much more upside as a WR4 as he could fall due to his recent injury history and age.
Posted: 8/16/2017 5:07pm ET
Huddle Up: Decker could miss the second preseason game because of the injury but does not appear to be in danger of missing the start of the regular season. He is expected to be a top-three receiver for the Titans this season and should see a solid amount of targets. He can be considered a low-end No. 3 or a No. 4 receiver in fantasy leagues.
Posted: 8/6/2017 5:49pm ET
Huddle Up: Decker's experience should allow him to carve out a steady role in the passing game, especially if Corey Davis' hamstring injury lingers into the season. He is shaping up to be a low-end WR3.
Posted: 8/3/2017 8:12pm ET
Huddle Up: Decker has shown a nose for the end zone in the past, and even when Davis is healthy, Decker could emerge as a decent flex play. Grab him as a WR4.
Posted: 6/20/2017 4:11pm ET
Huddle Up: It's a reasonable deal for a one-year contract. Decker will be able to contribute right away to an underrated offense. He even has a good opportunity to be the most productive wide receiver in Tennessee. Still, caution should be used. He'll be competing with Rishard Matthews, Corey Davis and Delanie Walker for targets. Decker has low-end WR3 to high-end WR4 appeal in his new stomping grounds.
Posted: 6/18/2017 5:59pm ET
Huddle Up: Decker, coming off of a serious injury, is a risky fantasy buy in any format. The Titans have a host of weaponry now for Marcus Mariota, but each one of these wideouts will be tough to play any given week. Decker is a WR4 with flex consideration, unless it becomes clear early on that he has a rapport with Mariota.
Posted: 6/14/2017 3:11pm ET
Huddle Up: Decker could still sign with the Titans but probably will meet with other teams before he makes a decision. Decker has been a terrific receiver over the last few seasons but was limited to three games in 2016. He probably would be a No. 3 receiver at worst with his new team and can be considered a No. 3 or 4 fantasy receiver depending on his team.
Posted: 6/14/2017 10:35am ET
Huddle Up: A marriage between Decker and the Titans makes sense on a number of levels, not the least of which includes Decker and his wife - country singer Jessie James - owning a home in Nashville. It'd be a decent fantasy landing spot for Decker, although it would complicate a wide receiver depth chart that is becoming increasingly crowded with good, if not very good, options. The ex-Jet and Bronco would almost certainly top out as a WR3, fighting for targets along with Corey Davis, Rishard Matthews and Delanie Walker.
Posted: 6/12/2017 2:10pm ET
Huddle Up: Decker is now able to choose who he plays for, as opposed to if he were traded. Quincy Enunwa now officially heads the Jets' receiving corps. Guys like Robby Anderson, Jalin Marshall and Charone Peake will have an opportunity to start now, but Enunwa is the only Jets receiver with weekly flex potential.
Posted: 6/12/2017 12:56pm ET
Huddle Up: Baltimore's receiving corps looks a lot better with Maclin, but they could use more help after losing Steve Smith, Kamar Aiken and Dennis Pitta this offseason. Maclin's presence and the possible addition of Decker would certainly aid Flacco, but Flacco is too unreliable as a starting fantasy quarterback. Decker would remain in the WR3 to WR4 conversation.
Posted: 6/11/2017 1:16pm ET
Huddle Up: Decker was limited to three games in 2016 because of an injury but posted at least 1,000 yards in three of the previous four season and would help the Browns passing game. He likely would be a top-three receiver for the Browns if he signed, but he could be more of a No. 4 fantasy receiver because of the team's quarterback situation.
Posted: 6/9/2017 7:02pm ET
Huddle Up: Wherever Decker lands, he should at least be a serviceable WR3 thanks to his impact in the red zone. He has double-digit scores in three of his last five seasons.
Posted: 6/7/2017 9:19am ET
Huddle Up: The Ravens could use another receiver to help out Mike Wallace and Breshad Perriman. Wallace and Perriman are both top-notch deep threats and Decker would serve as more of a possession receiver. In Baltimore, Decker would garner WR3 consideration.
Posted: 6/6/2017 8:30pm ET
Huddle Up: Decker has been informed he will either be traded or released within the next two to three days. After initially appearing as if he might be out through training camp or longer, the 30-year-old is well ahead of schedule and should get a new lease on life in fantasy by getting out of New York. Decker will almost certainly start for whatever team signs him, and he figures to be no worse than a WR3 in fantasy wherever he lands.
Posted: 6/6/2017 3:00pm ET
Huddle Up: The Jets have suddenly turned into money mongers, releasing two of their veterans in the same week to add cap space. Quincy Enunwa will not head the Jets' measly receiving corps. Aside from Enunwa, Bilal Powell and Matt Forte, there's really no other Jet to be drafted for fantasy purposes.
Posted: 6/6/2017 9:40am ET
Huddle Up: The fact Decker is even on the field is good news considering he is coming off multiple offseason surgeries. As a result, it appears he has a very good chance of practicing without restrictions when training camp rolls around next month. If he is anywhere close to his normal self, Decker should have no problem leading the team in receiving, but the Jets' quarterback situation makes him a weak WR3 option at best.
Posted: 5/23/2017 8:23am ET
Huddle Up: Decker could be a forgotten man on draft day, but the 30-year-old could still have some magic left in the tank. Monitor his progress through camp and look for him as a WR4 or a WR5.
Posted: 5/10/2017 8:23pm ET
Huddle Up: Decker fully expects to be back by training camp, so this figures to be a non-story so long as the Jets don't designate make him a post-June cut, which seems unlikely at this point. Enunwa led the team with 857 receiving yards in 2016, and a repeat of that production at the very least seems possible whether Decker is playing or not. The third-year Nebraska product should be considered a WR5 in most fantasy leagues.
Posted: 5/7/2017 10:37am ET
Huddle Up: Decker is due to make $7.25 million in 2017, so releasing him when he could stick around to take a significant amount of pressure off players like Robby Anderson, Quincy Enunwa, ArDarius Stewart and Chad Hansen would seem to hurt more the Jets' rebuilding project more than it would help. If he remains a Jet, Decker will likely be a hit-or-miss WR3 in fantasy.
Posted: 5/3/2017 9:05am ET
Huddle Up: Without Brandon Marshall around this year, Decker will go back to being the team's top wideout, assuming the Jets don't cut or trade him before Week 1 as had been rumored at the start of the offseason. His current quarterback situation isn't going to do him any favors, however, so he should be considered a middling WR3 at best in fantasy for now.
Posted: 4/7/2017 7:58am ET
Huddle Up: Decker is now 30 years old, and he's coming off injuries to his shoulder and hip, and he had a knee injury late in 2015. He's still a reliable target, but his upside is fizzling. He's a WR4 for now.
Posted: 3/18/2017 5:36pm ET
Huddle Up: With all the lives they've made this offseason, the Jets are not hurting for salary cap room. New York may be doing himself a favor by keeping Decker, if only to make it a bit easier for whatever quarterback it decides to settle on in 2017. Given the current state of the Jets, Decker will be hard-pressed to maintain WR3 value this season.
Posted: 3/3/2017 3:06pm ET
Huddle Up: Decker underwent two surgeries during the regular season and could be on the roster bubble once he recovers from the surgeries because of his salary. Owners will need to keep an eye on the situation during the offseason to see if he suffers any setbacks. Decker can be a No. 2 receiver when he is healthy but probably would be a better option as a No. 3 receiver.
Posted: 3/2/2017 9:05pm ET
Huddle Up: Brandon Marshall has already been released. If Decker also leaves, Quincy Enunwa and Robby Anderson could both be fantasy starters in 2017.
Posted: 3/2/2017 8:17pm ET
Huddle Up: Decker has WR2 potential when healthy, but you may want to prepare for a slow start to the season as he works his way back from multiple injuries.
Posted: 2/22/2017 12:08pm ET
Huddle Up: Decker was limited to three games because of his injuries but was able to post 194 yards and two touchdowns in those games. He should be back with the Jets in 2017, but his value will depend on the team's quarterback. He probably should be considered a No. 3 receiver with the potential to be a No. 2 receiver.
Posted: 11/15/2016 7:11am ET
Huddle Up: Decker also had major hip surgery last month, and he'll be coming off two major surgeries at age 30. He'll be an extreme buyer-beware option at receiver next season.
Posted: 10/22/2016 10:30am ET
Huddle Up: Decker is on crutches after undergoing surgery for a torn labrum on his hip, which has delayed the surgery he was originally supposed to have on his shoulder. He expects an eight-month recovery from his shoulder surgery once he is able to have surgery on it, which will certainly put his availability for the start of training camp in jeopardy if it doesn't happen soon. He's obviously a strong WR2 when healthy, but there are too many questions with his health right now to forecast where he will stand next year.
Posted: 10/19/2016 5:45am ET
Huddle Up: Decker will likely be a boom-or-bust WR3 in drafts next season. However, a lot will depend on who is under center for the Jets. There is a lot to dislike about his draft stock after two major surgeries to recover from.
Posted: 10/18/2016 1:43pm ET
Huddle Up: In other words, Decker is a basket case right now. The good news is that he should be healthy and ready in time for offseason activities next year. As for this season, Brandon Marshall will continue to see a plethora of targets, while Quincy Enunwa serves as the No. 2 receiver. Robby Anderson and Jalin Marshall will have expanded roles, but neither of them is reliable enough to warrant starting.
Posted: 10/12/2016 11:06am ET
Huddle Up: Quincy Enunwa will continue to serve as the No. 2 receiver for the Jets moving forward. Enunwa has been a solid part of the team's passing game this season and should be considered a No. 3 receiver or a flex option for fantasy owners.
Posted: 10/12/2016 8:00am ET
Huddle Up: The move will keep Decker out at least eight weeks. If he can avoid surgery, until the offseason at least, he could return late in the season for a fantasy playoff push. Quincy Enunwa has a 27-294-1 line on the year, and he has been targeted nearly eight times a game. If he wasn't before, he's a must-own now.
Posted: 10/7/2016 11:08am ET
Huddle Up: As expected. There is no clarity on Decker, who could be back as soon as next week or may not return this season due to his partially torn rotator cuff, depending on the source. Quincy Enunwa has been listed as questionable and Jalin Marshall is out indefinitely, so Robby Anderson needs to be on the radar of owners in deeper leagues. Brandon Marshall could be in line for 15-plus targets this weekend if Enunwa and Jalin Marshall cannot play.
Posted: 10/7/2016 8:29am ET
Huddle Up: Decker is a long shot to play against the Pittsburgh Steelers this week. Quincy Enunwa had six grabs for 60 yards last week, and he's a low-end WR3 option in Week 5.
Posted: 10/6/2016 10:41am ET
Huddle Up: It appears like Decker will miss at least one more week and could be placed on Injured Reserve if the injury does not make any progress. Owners can avoid Decker for the time being. Quincy Enunwa has played well this season and should be a solid starting candidate for most fantasy leagues.
Posted: 10/6/2016 9:31am ET
Huddle Up: It appears that Decker will miss at least one more week because of his shoulder injury, so owners should avoid him in all leagues. Quincy Enunwa likely will be the No. 2 receiver for the Jets and can be at least a No. 3 receiver for fantasy owners.
Posted: 10/5/2016 1:50pm ET
Huddle Up: Owners should know more about Decker's status later in the week, but there is a good chance he misses another game. He will be a risky option if he is active for the game, so owners may want to use other options in their lineups even if he plays.
Posted: 10/4/2016 4:29pm ET
Huddle Up: It's best to plan on not having Decker this weekend. Brandon Marshall, Quincy Enunwa and Robby Anderson will likely be New York's top three wideouts, with Bilal Powell also being more involved in the passing game. Marshall is a solid WR1 option against the Pittsburgh Steelers, while Enunwa makes for a WR3 despite Ryan Fitzpatrick's recent struggles.
Posted: 10/3/2016 7:41pm ET
Huddle Up: Fantasy owners who normally rely upon Decker will want to play it safe and keep him reserved until he can officially return and prove his health in a full game without any setbacks. Quincy Enunwa is a solid fantasy fill-in while Decker is on the shelf.
Posted: 10/1/2016 9:36am ET
Huddle Up: Decker has suffered from similar shoulder injuries in the past, dating back to his days as a college baseball player, and he has already noted his shoulder feels better now than it did earlier this week. At this point, owners should hold onto him and hope for an early November return, which seems possible given his previous history. Quincy Enunwa will replace him in the lineup and should be considered a high-upside WR3 in the meantime.
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