According to another report from Manish Mehta, the results of Quincy Enunwa's scan showed a high ankle sprain so he's likely to miss multiple games. While it can vary depending on the severity, it usually takes about 4-6 weeks to recover from a high ankle sprain.
This is another blow for the Jets, who also lost Marcus Maye for an estimated 3-4 weeks during yesterday's game. Mind you, they won their last two games with Enunwa fumbling away his only pass reception, so perhaps they can overcome this loss.
UPDATE: More details on the possible timescale:
The Jets still have a strong top three at receiver with Robby Anderson, Quincy Enunwa and Terrelle Pryor. However, Pryor himself suffered a groin injury towards the end of yesterday's game. Andre Roberts and Charone Peake are the other two wide receivers currently on the roster, but Peake is dealing with his own injury.
As for alternatives, Sam Darnold's former teammate Deontay Burnett is on the practice squad and the recently released Chad Hansen is a free agent again.
The Jets play New England in six weeks, following their bye week. That might be a potential return date to aim for.