No need to do the math on his production, it's one reception for seven yards. He suffered a fractured rib on one of his 16 offensive snaps on Sunday. First hit with a four game suspension to start the season, Herndon returned and immediately suffered a hamstring injury which cost him the next four games. He saw his first action this past Sunday, tallied the reception and is now done for the year. Quarterback Sam Darnold believed the Jets' offense would be unstoppable once Herndon returned and while that may be a slight exaggeration, whether it is true or not we'll now have to wait until 2020 to find out. Herndon will turn 24 early in 2020, is ultra-athletic and should be a dynamic force in the offense should he remain off the trainer's table. Ranked as DLF's TE16, Chris Herndon should undoubtedly remain rostered in dynasty formats but should be treated as an upside TE2 until he proves he can return and be consistently productive.