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Quincy Enunwa strikes first for Jets in Week 1

Jan 3, 2016; Orchard Park, NY, USA; New York Jets wide receiver Quincy Enunwa (81) during the second half against the Buffalo Bills at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Bills beat the Jets 22 to 17. Mandatory Credit: Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports
Jan 3, 2016; Orchard Park, NY, USA; New York Jets wide receiver Quincy Enunwa (81) during the second half against the Buffalo Bills at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Bills beat the Jets 22 to 17. Mandatory Credit: Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports
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The New York Jets may have found a hidden prize in wide receiver Quincy Enunwa who has developed his game to deliver big results in 2016.

Last season, many fans of the New York Jets wondered what Quincy Enunwa would do entering his third season in the NFL. He wasn’t given much of chance back in 2014 and was drafted late in the 6th round by the Jets.

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In his rookie season, Enunwa played in 12 games and had a total of 315 yards and averaged 14.3 yards per reception. For his size, he is built like a middle linebacker as he is 6 foot 2 and 225 pounds.

He will cause major problems against opposing defenses due to everything he brings to the table. He started off on the right foot this season by recording 7 catches for a total of 54 yards with one touchdown.

Enunwa wasn’t given as many snaps because he is coming back from a concussion injury but make no mistake about it, he’ll be a force to reckon with this season. For how many snaps he took, Enunwa made the best of it and deliver. He helped out fellow wide receivers Eric Decker and Brandon Marshall get open for the catches they were able to make plays with.

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He plays hard every snap and makes the best of everything he can do for his team.

He shined late last season and looks like he could very well have a breakout year with the Jets.

He has developed his game into being a quality receiving threat for the Jets.

The Jets will have to sign him to an extension because he could be their future No. 1 receiver.

When his number is called, he is up to the task and delivers. He is an excellent run/pass blocker in addition to his ability to take the top off of defenses.

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Overall, Enunwa started this season on the right track for the Jets which is important. These next few games will help him develop each week to be a better player. He will be someone who will make a name for himself just like he did this past Sunday. It will be interesting to see if he can truly become an x-factor for the Jets in a pivotal season that has this team ready to make a run in the NFL Playoffs.

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