Enunwa (ankle) caught four of eight targets for 18 yards in Sunday's 41-10 loss to Buffalo. Enunwa led the Jets in targets and catches, but he tied for third in receiving yards as the whole offense laid an egg under backup quarterback Josh McCown. The physical wide receiver showed good chemistry with rookie starter Sam Darnold before an ankle injury slowed Enunwa down, and Jets fans will be hoping the duo can get healthier and rediscover that form after the team's Week 11 bye.
Enunwa (ankle) is slated to play Sunday against the Bills. According to Rich Cimini of ESPN.com, the wideout practiced fully Friday, which paves the way for Enunwa and Jermaine Kearse to head the Jets' Week 10 receiving corps, with Robby Anderson listed as doubtful with an ankle injury. In his return to action Week 9, Enunwa hauled in three of his four targets for 40 yards, but with a full game under his belt and Anderson almost assuredly out Sunday, Enunwa could pick up the pace if he meshes well with veteran QB Josh McCown, who will start this weekend in place of Sam Darnold (foot).
Enunwa (ankle) was listed as a non-participant in Thursday's practice, Andy Vasquez of The Bergen Record reports. Per Brian Costello of the New York Post, Enunwa was spotted on the field during the open portion of practice donning a helmet, but he was apparently only able to work out on the side. Enunwa also failed to participate in Wednesday's practice, so he'll likely need to put in some activity Friday for the Jets to feel good about his chances of playing this weekend against the Bills. In addition to managing the ankle sprain if he plays, Enunwa will have to adjust to a new quarterback throwing to him, as coach Todd Bowles announced that Josh McCown would fill in as starter for the injured Sam Darnold (foot).
Enunwa (ankle) didn't practice Wednesday, Darryl Slater of NJ.com reports. Enunwa missed two games with a high-ankle sprain before returning for the Jets' 13-6 loss to the Dolphins over the past weekend. In the contest, Enunwa played 48 of the Jets' 66 offensive snaps, finishing with three receptions for 40 yards on four targets. It's not believed that Enunwa experienced any setbacks coming out of the game, so his absence Wednesday could well be maintenance-related. Enunwa is thus tentatively expected to play Sunday against the Bills, though he may have to work with a new quarterback in that outing. Rookie signal-caller Sam Darnold is dealing with a foot strain that has put his status for Week 10 in jeopardy, potentially opening the door for Josh McCown to make his first start of 2018.
Enunwa (ankle) caught three of four targets for 40 yards during Sunday's 13-6 loss to the Dolphins. Enunwa made his return after a three-game injury absence, finishing third on the team in catches and second in receiving yardage. He accomplished the feat on just four targets, as he seemingly has his workload limited in his first game back. Enunwa had a productive rapport with Sam Darnold earlier in the year and should return to the fantasy radar once he's back up to full speed. He'll look to build on this return next Sunday against the Bills.
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