New York Jets tight end Dustin Keller is having a fairly inconsistent season to date. He was productive in the first three games, as he had five catches for 61 yards and a touchdown against the Cowboys, six catches for 101 yards and a touchdown against the Jaguars, and five catches for 87 yards against the Raiders.
The next two games? Keller had just two catches for 12 yards against the Ravens and one catch for seven yards against the Patriots. Because of these last two games, someone may have given up on him and dropped him. That would have been a mistake.
Keller has often disappeared and then reappeared throughout his Jets career. This is not his fault, but rather, the offensive coordinator's. This week he will reappear against the rival Miami Dolphins.
The Dolphins have had trouble covering tight ends this season, and if Keller is targeted, he should produce on Monday night.