New York Jets Depth Chart 2020 New York Jets Depth Chart

2-14, 4th AFC East

NYJ 14 @ NE 28

Final

New York had a lot of needs to fill on the depth chart and they upgraded the offensive line which is going to be a big help for Le'Veon Bell and Sam Darnold. The running back depth behind Bell is a bit thin, although newly drafted Lamical Perine and dinosaur Frank Gore will get some work. Getting Darnold weapons was a major need for the Jets and they signed Breshad Perriman and drafted Denzel Mims. While it might not be everything the Jets fans asked for, it is a step in the right direction.

Offense Depth Chart

Quarterback QB
Running Back RB
Wide Receiver WR
Vyncint Smith V. Smith (2)
67
#137 LWR
Slot Wide Receiver SWR
Braxton Berrios B. Berrios (2)
70
#107 SWR
Wide Receiver WR
70
#107 RWR
67
#137 RWR
Tight End TE
Wide Receiver WR
Vyncint Smith V. Smith (2)
67
#137 LWR
Tight End TE
Slot Wide Receiver SWR
Braxton Berrios B. Berrios (2)
70
#107 SWR
Wide Receiver WR
70
#107 RWR
67
#137 RWR
Quarterback QB
Running Back RB
Skill Positions Depth Chart
Position POS
Wide Receiver WR
Tight End TE
Slot Wide Receiver SWR
Wide Receiver WR
Quarterback QB
Running Back RB

Defense Depth Chart

Outside Linebacker LB
Sharif Finch S. Finch (3)
67
#90 OLB
Inside Linebacker LB
Inside Linebacker LB
67
#121 LB
Outside Linebacker LB
Frankie Luvu F. Luvu (1)
71
#90 OLB
Strong Safety S
Elijah Campbell E. Campbell (1)
67
#42 S
Free Safety S
Outside Linebacker LB
Sharif Finch S. Finch (3)
67
#90 OLB
Inside Linebacker LB
Inside Linebacker LB
67
#121 LB
Outside Linebacker LB
Frankie Luvu F. Luvu (1)
71
#90 OLB
Strong Safety S
Elijah Campbell E. Campbell (1)
67
#42 S
Free Safety S
Defense Depth Chart (3-4)
Position POS
Outside Linebacker LB
Inside Linebacker LB
Inside Linebacker LB
Outside Linebacker LB
Strong Safety S
Free Safety S
Position 1 2 3 4
Outside Linebacker LB Tarell Basham T. Basham Jabari Zuniga J. Zuniga Sharif Finch S. Finch
Inside Linebacker LB Neville Hewitt N. Hewitt
Inside Linebacker LB Bryce Hager B. Hager
Outside Linebacker LB Frankie Luvu F. Luvu
Strong Safety S Elijah Campbell E. Campbell J.T. Hassell J. Hassell
Free Safety S Marcus Maye M. Maye Matthias Farley M. Farley

Last Week's Jets Starting Lineup

Running Backs Stats Receiving Rushing
Player Rating Depth Snaps Fumbles Targets Yards Long TD YPC YPG Attempts Receptions Yards YPC Long TD
Running Back Ty Johnson T. Johnson
67
RB 1 34 0 Receiving 2 23 15 0 11.5 23 Rushing 11 2 45 4.1 9 0
Running Back Josh Adams J. Adams
69
RB 2 24 0 Receiving 4 12 11 0 6 12 Rushing 11 2 47 4.3 10 1
WR
Player Rating
Breshad Perriman B. Perriman
74
Jamison Crowder J. Crowder
84
Vyncint Smith V. Smith
67
Denzel Mims D. Mims
70
Braxton Berrios B. Berrios
70
Wide Receivers Stats Receiving Rushing
Player Rating Depth Snaps Targets Receptions Yards Catch% YPC Long TD Attempts Yards TD YPC YPG
Wide Receiver Breshad Perriman B. Perriman
74
WR 1 56 Receiving 6 3 84 50 28 53 0 Rushing 0 0 0 0 0
Wide Receiver Jamison Crowder J. Crowder
84
WR 2 42 Receiving 4 4 31 100 7.8 12 0 Rushing 0 0 0 0 0
Wide Receiver Vyncint Smith V. Smith
67
WR 3 29 Receiving 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Rushing 0 0 0 0 0
Wide Receiver Denzel Mims D. Mims
70
WR 4 18 Receiving 2 1 15 50 15 15 0 Rushing 0 0 0 0 0
Wide Receiver Braxton Berrios B. Berrios
70
WR 5 11 Receiving 3 3 20 100 6.7 10 0 Rushing 2 16 0 8 16

2020 Jets Lineups

Game Score Starting Lineup Game Score Starting Lineup
Week 3: 9/27/20 at IND 7-36 L Sam Darnold (QB), Frank Gore (RB), Lawrence Cager (WR1), Chris Hogan (WR2), Braxton Berrios (WR3), Chris Herndon IV (TE), Connor McGovern (C), Mekhi Becton (OT), Alex Lewis (G), Chuma Edoga (OT), Greg Van Roten (G)
Week 2: 9/20/20 vs SF 13-31 L Sam Darnold (QB), Frank Gore (RB), Breshad Perriman (WR1), Chris Hogan (WR2), Chris Herndon IV (TE), George Fant (OT), Mekhi Becton (OT), Greg Van Roten (G), Alex Lewis (G), Connor McGovern (C)
Week 1: 9/13/20 at BUF 17-27 L Sam Darnold (QB), Le'Veon Bell (RB), Jamison Crowder (WR1), Breshad Perriman (WR2), Chris Herndon IV (TE), Connor McGovern (C), Mekhi Becton (OT), Alex Lewis (G), George Fant (OT), Greg Van Roten (G)

New York Jets Depth Chart FAQ

The Jets offense was a big part of the problem last season and why it might not be the moves fans wanted to see, adding Breshad Perriman and drafting Denzel Mims was an upgrade to their current weapons for Sam Darnold. New York brought in Frank Gore, who is the founding father of the NFL. Now the Jets do not have a bad offense, but if they do cave in and trade Jamal Adams, the secondary will take a hit. The front seven is the strong part of this defense, as they were in the top half against the run and pressure rate.

Who Are The Jets Starting Wide Receivers?

The Jets starting wide receivers are Breshad Perriman, Denzel Mims, and Jamison Crowder. This will be almost an entirely new set of receivers for Sam Darnold to work with. Crowder is the name that was here last season as Mims is a rookie, and Perriman came from Tampa Bay.

Who Replaced Robby Anderson?

Denzel Mims is the name replacing Robby Anderson as the Jets drafted an athletic wideout out of Baylor. Anderson was a deep threat for New York, and Mims can help bring some of that to the table.

Who Is Jets, 2nd String Quarterback?

Joe Flacco took a deal with the New York Jets and is the backup to Sam Darnold. Flacco played most of last season in Denver but has hardly produced over the last few seasons. However, the Jets backup situation could be worse.

What Is The Strongest Part Of The Jets Depth Chart?

Both Marcus Maye and Jamal Adams is a great safety pairing as the last line of defense for the Jets. While Adams has been vocal about a trade, it still remains intact. They are a reason why the corners performed well last season.

Did The Jets Improve Their Offensive Line?

Adding Mekhi Becton in the draft was a win for the offensive line. While it might not shoot them up to the top of the rankings, it is a step in the right direction. The Jets desperately needed to fix the offensive line.

Who Backs Up Le’Veon Bell?

Frank Gore came over from the Buffalo Bills and will resume a role backing up Le’Veon Bell. Given Bell is a workhorse type back, Gore will play a minimal role in the offense. He will also be 37 years old when the season starts.