New York Jets wide receiver Robby Anderson has emerged as one of the most explosive deep-ball threats in the league over the last few weeks.

Anderson suffered a minor setback in Thursday's practice, aggravating a hamstring injury. From ESPN's Rich Cimini:

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WR Robby Anderson, their best offensive threat, failed to complete practice today after aggravating a hamstring injury… Bowles said he hopes it's not serious, but was non-committal on Anderson's status for Sunday.

Luckily, Anderson is still expected to play on Sunday afternoon against the Denver Broncos, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.

Anderson has been one of the top producing wide receivers over the last two weeks, posting back-to-back performances with at least 100 yards and six catches. This includes the best outing of his brief career, recording six catches for 146 receiving yards and a pair of touchdowns against the Carolina Panthers.

The 24-year-old proved that he's much more than a deep-threat over the last five games, making at least four catches in each contest while leading the league with all seven of his touchdowns coming from 25 yards or further.

Anderson and Jermaine Kearse have become a dependable receiving duo over the last couple of weeks. They are only the sixth pair of wideouts to both record 100 receiving yards in a game this year, and they are the first to accomplish the feat twice.

If Anderson is unable to play against Denver, Kearse will likely step into the top receiving option role. He currently has a team-best 51 catches for 677 receiving yards and five touchdowns.