New York Jets receiver Eric Decker left Monday night's game with a knee injury after putting in an eight-catch, 97 yard performance against the Indianapolis Colts.

It was initially thought to be a PCL injury for Decker, but an MRI on Tuesday showed that it's a sprained knee. According to Todd Bowles, the Jets are hopeful that Decker can play on Sunday, and he's listed as day-to-day.

It's a similar injury that teammate Antonio Cromartie suffered in the season opener. While all injuries are different, Cromartie was able to play just one week after spraining his knee, so Decker's injury shouldn't keep him out too long.

More from FoxSports

Decker and Brandon Marshall have combined to make a dynamic one-two punch at receiver for the Jets, so his presence on the field is huge. He's already scored two touchdowns this season and has done great work out of the slot.

(h/t Rich Cimini)