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Reports: Quincy Enunwa's Season Is Over
According to multiple reports, the Jets are placing Quincy Enunwa on injured reserve with a neck injury.

Enunwa was injured during the team’s scrimmage Saturday night, and had a previous neck problem during June practices.

This is an issue (which is a bit of an understatement). The 14 receivers who opened camp with the Jets have a total of 255 career catches, or 66 more than Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker combined for in 2015.

Heading into his fourth year, Enunwa was clearly their top wide receiver, and this injury just as clearly makes their already significant offensive problems this year even worse.

Enunwa caught 58 passes for 857 yards and four touchdowns last season, and was one of the few reasons for any degree of optimism there. With him locked into the top spot, Robby Anderson entered camp as the favorite to start opposite Enunwa, but Anderson had a couple of bad drops in the first practice and then suffered a slight hamstring injury during the third workout.

Now Anderson is the de facto No. 1 until further notice.

Other possibilities? Rookie speedster ArDarius Stewart will be in the mix as will Chris Harper, a two-year veteran with 14 career catches between the New England Patriots and San Francisco 49ers, who may have vaulted into the lead with a handful of impressive catches, including a 35-yarder on Tuesday that elicited applause from his teammates. Jalin Marshall is in the mix, but he'll miss the first four games to suspension. Rookie Chad Hansen and Marquess Wilson are also on board.

Bottom line?

As the Sports Xchange put it, the least-impressive quarterback corps in the NFL will be throwing to the league's most underwhelming group of wide receivers.