New York Jets Depth Chart 2019 Jets Depth Chart

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There’s a new regime in place for the Jets and new hope to be competitive this season. After finishing 4-12 last year, New York cleaned house, bringing in Adam Gase as head coach and Joe Douglas as general manager.

Second year quarterback Sam Darnold is the centerpiece, but this year, he’ll be flanked by running back Le’Veon Bell who sat out all of last season seeking a new contract from the Steelers. When we last saw Bell, he was arguably the best back in the league. If he can regain that form after being away from football for a full year, Darnold will have a big time weapon at his disposal.

All rookie quarterbacks struggle to some extent, and Darnold is no exception. His 2865 yards and 17:15 touchdown to interception ratio didn’t exactly light the world on fire, but he showed plenty of promise. This year, surrounded by talented offensive weapons and flanked by a young, improving defense, Darnold and his new coach Gase will try to turn promise into reality.

Offense Depth Chart

Quarterback QB
Davis Webb D. Webb (3)
72
#64 QB
Luke Falk L. Falk (4)
68
#88 QB
Running Back RB
Left Wide Receiver LWR
Slot Wide Receiver SWR
Right Wide Receiver RWR
Quadree Henderson Q. Henderson (8)
68
#277 WR
64
#352 WR
Tight End TE
Left Wide Receiver LWR
Tight End TE
Slot Wide Receiver SWR
Right Wide Receiver RWR
Quadree Henderson Q. Henderson (8)
68
#277 WR
64
#352 WR
Quarterback QB
Davis Webb D. Webb (3)
72
#64 QB
Luke Falk L. Falk (4)
68
#88 QB
Running Back RB
Skill Positions Depth Chart
Position POS
Left Wide Receiver LWR
Tight End TE
Slot Wide Receiver SWR
Right Wide Receiver RWR
Quarterback QB
Running Back RB

Defense Depth Chart

Left Defensive End LDE
Folorunso Fatukasi F. Fatukasi (2)
65
#191 DE
Right Defensive End RDE
L Outside Linebacker LOLB
Brandon Copeland B. Copeland (1)
67
#140 OLB
Frankie Luvu F. Luvu (3)
67
#136 OLB
Linebacker LB
Kenny Anunike K. Anunike (11)
64
#162 OLB
L Inside Linebacker LILB
Defensive Back DB
Reggie Hall R. Hall (11)
74
#122 CB
R Inside Linebacker RILB
R Outside Linebacker ROLB
Left Cornerback LCB
Strong Safety SS
Free Safety FS
82
#15 FS
Doug Middleton D. Middleton (2)
65
#90 FS
Right Cornerback RCB
Parry Nickerson P. Nickerson (2)
65
#223 CB
Left Defensive End LDE
Folorunso Fatukasi F. Fatukasi (2)
65
#191 DE
Right Defensive End RDE
L Outside Linebacker LOLB
Brandon Copeland B. Copeland (1)
67
#140 OLB
Frankie Luvu F. Luvu (3)
67
#136 OLB
Linebacker LB
Kenny Anunike K. Anunike (11)
64
#162 OLB
L Inside Linebacker LILB
Defensive Back DB
Reggie Hall R. Hall (11)
74
#122 CB
R Inside Linebacker RILB
R Outside Linebacker ROLB
Left Cornerback LCB
Strong Safety SS
Defense Depth Chart (3-4)
Position POS
Left Defensive End LDE
Nose Tackle NT
Right Defensive End RDE
L Outside Linebacker LOLB
Linebacker LB
L Inside Linebacker LILB
Defensive Back DB
R Inside Linebacker RILB
R Outside Linebacker ROLB
Left Cornerback LCB
Strong Safety SS
Free Safety FS
Right Cornerback RCB
Position 1 2 3 4
Left Defensive End LDE Leonard Williams L. Williams Folorunso Fatukasi F. Fatukasi Bronson Kaufusi B. Kaufusi
Nose Tackle NT Quinnen Williams Q. Williams Steve McLendon S. McLendon Trevon Sanders T. Sanders
Right Defensive End RDE Henry Anderson H. Anderson Nathan Shepherd N. Shepherd Kyle Phillips K. Phillips
L Outside Linebacker LOLB Brandon Copeland B. Copeland Jachai Polite J. Polite Frankie Luvu F. Luvu
Linebacker LB Kenny Anunike K. Anunike
L Inside Linebacker LILB CJ Mosley C. Mosley Neville Hewitt N. Hewitt
Defensive Back DB Reggie Hall R. Hall Blessuan Austin B. Austin
R Inside Linebacker RILB Avery Williamson A. Williamson Blake Cashman B. Cashman Harvey Langi H. Langi
R Outside Linebacker ROLB Jordan Jenkins J. Jenkins Tarell Basham T. Basham
Left Cornerback LCB Brian Poole B. Poole Darryl Roberts D. Roberts Tevaughn Campbell T. Campbell
Strong Safety SS Jamal Adams J. Adams Rontez Miles R. Miles
Free Safety FS Marcus Maye M. Maye Doug Middleton D. Middleton
Right Cornerback RCB Trumaine Johnson T. Johnson Parry Nickerson P. Nickerson Derrick Jones D. Jones

Offense Depth Chart Stats

Defense Depth Chart Stats

Team Defense Rating
New York Jets Jets
71
Team Defense Rating Pts Allowed/Game Yards Allowed/Game Pass Yards Allowed/Game Rush Yards Allowed/Game Sacks Fumbles INT
New York Jets
71
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Special Teams Rating
New York Jets Jets
0
Special Teams Rating Kick Return TDs Punt Return TDs Field Goal Blocked Punt Blocked Extra Point Blocked TDs
New York Jets
0
0 0 0 0 0 0
Kickers Rating Depth Position Points Field Goals Made Field Goal % Made Long Extra Points Made 0-19 FG Attempted/Made 20-29 FG Attempted/Made 30-39 FG Attempted/Made 40-49 FG Attempted/Made 50+ Attempted/Made
Chandler Catanzaro C. Catanzaro
76
K 1
Punters Rating
Lachlan Edwards L. Edwards
79
Matt Darr M. Darr
72
Ben Turk B. Turk
67
Punters Rating Depth Position
Lachlan Edwards L. Edwards
79
P 1
Matt Darr M. Darr
72
P 2
Ben Turk B. Turk
67
P 3

Preseason Analysis: Jets Will Lean on Darnold

Offseason Moves

Le’Veon Bell’s signing grabbed the headlines for the Jets, as did the coaching and front office changes. Bell figures to assume the workhorse running back role he excelled in with the Steelers. Also joining the offense is former Washington slot receiver Jamison Crowder. Crowder will play alongside fellow receivers Robby Anderson and Quincy Enunwa to form a deep pass catching corps.

On defense, the team signed away linebacker C.J. Mosley from the Ravens. Mosley has been a Pro Bowler each of the past three seasons and could immediately step in as the team’s defensive quarterback. Sticking with defense, the Jets spent their first round pick on defensive lineman Quinnen Williams out of Alabama. Some pundits viewed Williams as the best player in the draft, so to get him with the third overall selection could be a steal.

Looking Ahead

When we last saw Le’Veon Bell play, he ran for 1291 yards and caught 85 balls for an additional 655 yards. For his efforts, he was named First Team All-Pro. If that’s the Bell that the Jets are getting, this offense could be dynamic, but to assume that Bell will reclaim his 2017 form after taking a full year off might be overly optimistic. The Pittsburgh system has proven to be a fantastic one for running backs, as De’Angelo Williams and James Conner have demonstrated in their time filling in for Bell. Will the Jets system be as fruitful? How long will it take Bell to get back into game shape? These questions and more make the equation more complex than Bell = Offensive Production.

Perhaps an even more important storyline will be the development of Darnold, who just turned 22 in June. As discussed earlier, Darnold showed important glimpses of stardom in his rookie season. He will be expected to build on those glimpses this year, especially as his offensive weapons figure to be better than last year’s. Between Bell, Crowder, and Enunwa Darnold now has three safety valves at his disposal, each capable of turning short and intermediate throws into big plays. Complementing Bell, Crowder, and Enunwa in the short game are deep threats Robby Anderson and tight end Chris Herndon.

On defense, Mosley and Williams join a unit that gave up the fourth most points in the league, despite the presence of defensive lineman Leonard Williams and safety Jamal Adams. Adams earned a Pro Bowl nod in just his second season and could potentially take another step forward this year. Pairing the two Williamses up front could help with last year’s struggles against the run.

Overall, the Jets appear to have made great strides this offseason, yet even still, they might be a year or two away from competing for the playoffs. Success this season should be defined less in terms of overall record and more in terms of growth and fit. Did Darnold take a leap? Did Bell add a new dimension to the offense? How do Adams and Mosley fit together? These are the types of questions that the Jets must be able to answer when the 2019 season ends.