New York Jets Depth Chart 2020 New York Jets Depth Chart

7-9, 3rd AFC East

at BUF

6:00 pm GMT, 12/29

The Jets come into the new year with some new additions on the offensive side, and it is year two for Sam Darnold. The addition of Le'Veon Bell gives them an established veteran workhorse, but the Jets also brought in Ty Montgomery for a backup role. Jamison Crowder is a slot wide receiver addition who will see plenty of time with his new team. This Jets defense is also looking fairly solid, drafting Quinnen Williams who was a steal given he slipped a few spots. Overall this team is starting to come together, and the Jets have some future pieces in place.

Offense Depth Chart

Quarterback QB
Running Back RB
70
#160 RB
Trenton Cannon T. Cannon (3)
67
#138 RB
Wide Receiver WR
Braxton Berrios B. Berrios (5)
69
#206 WR
Wide Receiver WR
Vyncint Smith V. Smith (6)
65
#348 WR
Tight End TE
Wide Receiver WR
Braxton Berrios B. Berrios (5)
69
#206 WR
Tight End TE
Wide Receiver WR
Vyncint Smith V. Smith (6)
65
#348 WR
Quarterback QB
Running Back RB
70
#160 RB
Trenton Cannon T. Cannon (3)
67
#138 RB
Skill Positions Depth Chart
Position POS
Wide Receiver WR
Tight End TE
Wide Receiver WR
Quarterback QB
Running Back RB

Defense Depth Chart

Left Defensive End LDE
Nose Tackle NT
Folorunso Fatukasi F. Fatukasi (2)
65
#53 NT
Right Defensive End RDE
John Franklin-Myers J. Franklin-Myers (3)
67
#129 RDE
Outside Linebacker OLB
62
#149 OLB
Frankie Luvu F. Luvu (2)
67
#125 OLB
Left Cornerback LCB
Bennett Jackson B. Jackson (3)
69
#124 LCB
Anthony Cioffi A. Cioffi (4)
68
# LCB
Strong Safety SS
Free Safety FS
Right Cornerback RCB
Left Defensive End LDE
Nose Tackle NT
Folorunso Fatukasi F. Fatukasi (2)
65
#53 NT
Right Defensive End RDE
John Franklin-Myers J. Franklin-Myers (3)
67
#129 RDE
Outside Linebacker OLB
62
#149 OLB
Frankie Luvu F. Luvu (2)
67
#125 OLB
Left Cornerback LCB
Bennett Jackson B. Jackson (3)
69
#124 LCB
Anthony Cioffi A. Cioffi (4)
68
# LCB
Strong Safety SS
Free Safety FS
Right Cornerback RCB
Defense Depth Chart (3-4)
Position POS
Left Defensive End LDE
Nose Tackle NT
Right Defensive End RDE
Outside Linebacker OLB
Left Cornerback LCB
Strong Safety SS
Free Safety FS
Right Cornerback RCB

Last Week's Jets Starting Lineup

WR
Player Rating
Robby Anderson R. Anderson
81
Jamison Crowder J. Crowder
77
Vyncint Smith V. Smith
65
Josh Malone J. Malone
66
Braxton Berrios B. Berrios
69
Wide Receivers Stats Receiving Rushing
Player Rating Depth Snaps Targets Receptions Yards Catch% YPC Long TD Attempts Yards TD YPC YPG
Robby Anderson R. Anderson
81
WR 1 65 7 3 18 40 6 11 0 0 0 0 0 0
Jamison Crowder J. Crowder
77
WR 2 55 10 8 66 80 8.2 21 1 0 0 0 0 0
Vyncint Smith V. Smith
65
WR 3 50 4 3 36 80 12 16 0 1 20 0 20 20
Josh Malone J. Malone
66
WR 4 16 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Braxton Berrios B. Berrios
69
WR 5 10 2 1 11 50 11 11 0 0 0 0 0 0

2019 Jets Lineups

Game Score Starting Lineup Game Score Starting Lineup
Week 17: 12/29/19 at BUF 13-6 W Sam Darnold (QB), Le'Veon Bell (RB), Jamison Crowder (WR1), Vyncint Smith (WR2), Robby Anderson (WR3), Daniel Brown (TE), Brent Qvale (OT), Brandon Shell (OT), Kelvin Beachum (OT), Jonotthan Harrison (C), Conor McDermott (G)
Week 16: 12/22/19 vs PIT 16-10 W Sam Darnold (QB), Le'Veon Bell (RB), Vyncint Smith (WR1), Robby Anderson (WR2), Jamison Crowder (WR3), Daniel Brown (TE), Kelvin Beachum (OT), Jonotthan Harrison (C), Brandon Shell (OT), Conor McDermott (G), Alex Lewis (G)
Week 15: 12/13/19 at BAL 21-42 L Sam Darnold (QB), Le'Veon Bell (RB), Robby Anderson (WR1), Jamison Crowder (WR2), Daniel Brown (TE), Alex Lewis (G), Tom Compton (G), Kelvin Beachum (OT), Brandon Shell (OT), Jonotthan Harrison (C)
Week 14: 12/8/19 vs MIA 22-21 W Sam Darnold (QB), Bilal Powell (RB), Jamison Crowder (WR1), Demaryius Thomas (WR2), Robby Anderson (WR3), Ryan Griffin (TE), Alex Lewis (G), Kelvin Beachum (OT), Jonotthan Harrison (G), Tom Compton (G), Brandon Shell (OT)
Week 13: 12/1/19 at CIN 6-22 L Sam Darnold (QB), Le'Veon Bell (RB), Demaryius Thomas (WR1), Robby Anderson (WR2), Ryan Griffin (TE), Kelvin Beachum (OT), Tom Compton (G), Jonotthan Harrison (G), Alex Lewis (G), Brandon Shell (OT)

Who Will Backup Le'Veon Bell?

The Jets have a group of running backs that have either had roles within their organization or others within the last few seasons. Le'Veon Bell is a workhorse and always has been. Although, Gase has talked about Ty Montgomery having a legitimate role. At the moment, health will always play a factor. Montgomery looks to have locked up the backup role for New York. Bilal Powell is still the number three option on the depth chart, which wasn't always the case for him. We saw Powell have strong fill-in roles when he was called upon. The backups are always an important asset, and especially here. Bell has had injury problems, and also took a year off. Montgomery has always been somewhat of a flex option, being a wideout and running back. He likely won't get enough touches to be a weekly threat for fantasy, but any sort of injury and Montgomery would slide in with Powell as secondary options.

Is The Receiving Core Enough?

There have been some questions surrounding the Jets receiving core. Robby Anderson comes in as the number one option, and largely is a weekly boom or bust play. He had 94 targets last season, catching 50 of them for 752 yards and 6 touchdowns. A lot of that production came over the last few games of the season. Anderson is certainly a deep threat, but hasn't shown much outside of that role. This would be fine if there was more solidified wideouts around him. Quincy Enunwa is a big bodied wideout, who played 11 games last year. He finished with a 38-449-1 line, which was not ideal. Adam Gase has talked about expanding Enunwa's role, but we also have to think about the Jets limited targets. Le'Veon Bell is going to get work in the passing game, and there are talks of using Ty Montgomery in certain roles. Jamison Crowder also was signed over the offseason, which the Jets did not really have a reliable slot option. In terms of fantasy this might be a watered down situation, and in real life they lack the true number one wideout for Darnold to rely on. Chris Herndon is suspended the first few games, but when he comes back him and Darnold had solid chemistry last year.

Can This Defense Push Top 10?

The Jets defense has made some excellent strides of late, and they have a good mix of veteran and young talent. Jamal Adams is one to name, as he has headlined the Jets secondary since coming into the league. There have been some talks of him moving to corner to help avoid injuries, which have hurt him. They have a strong front four with Leonard Williams, Steve McLendon, Henry Anderson, and newly drafted Quinnen Williams. Bringing in C.J. Mosley, Brandon Copeland, and Avery Williamson is also a big upgrade to their linebacking core. While the corners could use some work, this group has a lot of potential to breakthrough this season. Top 10 would be a ceiling push for them, but this is certainly a defense that can have their weeks and play at a strong level. The additions over the offseason should push them to a strong 2019 season.