Jets WR Eric Decker returns from knee injury, scores TD in win

Jets WR Decker expected to play (0:57)

ESPN Jets reporter Rich Cimini says he expects WR Eric Decker will play Sunday against the Dolphins. (0:57)

LONDON -- Wide receiver Eric Decker, listed as questionable with a knee injury, returned to action and scored a touchdown in the New York Jets' 27-14 victory against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday at Wembley Stadium.

He caught a 10-yard touchdown pass from Ryan Fitzpatrick in the final minute of the first half to give the Jets a 20-7 lead. Decker finished with four receptions for 46 yards on five targets.

Decker's availability was a big question, but he practiced well Saturday and experienced no setbacks during pregame warm-ups. He missed last week's loss to the Philadelphia Eagles after spraining a posterior cruciate ligament in his left knee in Week 2.

Decker was a big part of the passing offense in the first two games, catching 10 passes for 134 yards and two touchdowns.

His return gives the Jets (2-1) their full complement of skill position players for their first divisional game. Running back Chris Ivory, who didn't play last week because of a strained quadriceps, started after practicing all week.

Ivory rushed for 166 yards on 29 carries and had a 3-yard touchdown run on the Jets' opening drive against the Dolphins.