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Still Growing

After finishing with a 4-12 record in 2018, what can the New York Jets expect to get in year 2 under Sam Darnold. In his freshman campaign, Darnold struggled with his decision making skills and completed only 57.7% of his passes. We’ll have to see how he can improve with Robby Anderson, Jamison Crowder, and the crown jewel of free agency in Le’Veon Bell. Look for continued growth out of the second year quarterback and veterans to step up in the passing and running game.

Defensively, the Jets offer a few very skilled defensive players but lack talent on multiple other spots on the field. On the line, Leonard Williams will look to further improve in his fifth season and solidify himself as a leader on the defensive front. Jamal Adams is one of the best young safeties in the league and will look to be the voice in the secondary. CJ Mosley will look to help a Jets linebacking core that was one of the worst in the league last season.

Pos Name Number Rating Ranking Depth Height Weight Age Birthday Exp. Drafted Draft Round Draft Pick College
QB Sam Darnold Sam Darnold S. Darnold 14
77
#33 QB 1 6'3" 221 22 6/5/97 2 2018 1 3 Southern Cal
QB Trevor Siemian Trevor Siemian T. Siemian 3
72
#61 QB 2 6'3" 212 27 12/26/91 5 2015 7 250 Northwestern
QB Davis Webb Davis Webb D. Webb 5
72
#64 QB 3 6'5" 229 24 1/22/95 3 2017 3 87 California
QB Luke Falk Luke Falk L. Falk 4
68
#88 QB 4 6'4" 215 24 12/28/94 2 2018 6 199
QB Brandon Silvers Brandon Silvers B. Silvers 2
70
#72 QB 6'2" 214 25 5/9/94 0 2019 Troy
RB Le'Veon Bell Le'Veon Bell L. Bell 26
91
#5 RB 1 6'1" 230 27 2/18/92 6 2013 2 48 Michigan State
RB Elijah McGuire Elijah McGuire E. McGuire 25
70
#143 RB 2 5'9" 212 25 6/1/94 3 2017 6 188 Louisiana-Lafayette
RB Bilal Powell Bilal Powell B. Powell 29
78
#53 RB 3 5'10" 204 30 10/4/88 9 2011 4 126 Louisville
RB Ty Montgomery Ty Montgomery T. Montgomery 88
81
#37 RB 4 6'0" 221 26 1/22/93 5 2015 3 94 Stanford
RB Trenton Cannon Trenton Cannon T. Cannon 40
67
#156 RB 5 5'10" 182 24 7/23/94 2 2018 6 204
OT Kelvin Beachum Kelvin Beachum K. Beachum 68
78
#39 OT 1 6'3" 306 30 6/8/89 8 2012 7 248 SMU
OT Brandon Shell Brandon Shell B. Shell 72
70
#121 OT 1 6'5" 324 27 2/6/92 4 2016 5 158 South Carolina
OT Chuma Edoga Chuma Edoga C. Edoga 70
71
#104 OT 2 6'3" 308 22 5/25/97 0 2019 3 92 USC
OT Brent Qvale Brent Qvale B. Qvale 79
68
#135 OT 2 6'7" 315 28 3/11/91 5 2014 Nebraska
OT Calvin Anderson Calvin Anderson C. Anderson 66
70
#123 OT 6'5" 300 23 3/25/96 0 2019 Texas
ILB CJ Mosley CJ Mosley C. Mosley 57
88
#4 ILB 1 6'2" 234 27 6/19/92 6 2014 1 17 Alabama
ILB Avery Williamson Avery Williamson A. Williamson 54
83
#9 ILB 1 6'1" 246 27 3/9/92 6 2014 5 151 Kentucky
ILB Blake Cashman Blake Cashman B. Cashman 36
75
#56 ILB 2 6'1" 237 23 5/10/96 0 2019 5 157 Minnesota
ILB Neville Hewitt Neville Hewitt N. Hewitt 46
71
#77 ILB 2 6'2" 235 26 4/6/93 5 2015 Marshall
ILB Harvey Langi Harvey Langi H. Langi 47
62
#121 ILB 3 6'1" 249 26 9/24/92 2 2017 BYU
OLB Brandon Copeland Brandon Copeland B. Copeland 51
67
#140 OLB 1 6'3" 260 27 7/2/91 5 2013 Pennsylvania
OLB Jordan Jenkins Jordan Jenkins J. Jenkins 48
75
#64 OLB 1 6'3" 259 24 7/1/94 4 2016 3 83 Georgia
OLB Tarell Basham Tarell Basham T. Basham 93
72
#92 OLB 2 6'4" 259 25 3/18/94 3 2017 3 80 Ohio
OLB Jachai Polite Jachai Polite J. Polite 99
76
#50 OLB 2 6'3" 258 21 3/30/98 0 2019 3 68 Florida
OLB Frankie Luvu Frankie Luvu F. Luvu 50
67
#136 OLB 3 6'2" 242 22 9/19/96 2 2018
OLB Kenny Anunike Kenny Anunike K. Anunike 62
64
#162 OLB 6'4" 260 29 5/22/90 3 2014 Duke
SS Jamal Adams Jamal Adams J. Adams 33
91
#2 SS 1 6'0" 214 23 10/17/95 3 2017 1 6 LSU
SS Rontez Miles Rontez Miles R. Miles 45
73
#52 SS 2 6'0" 203 30 11/25/88 5 2013 California - PA
P Lachlan Edwards Lachlan Edwards L. Edwards 4
79
#10 P 1 6'4" 211 27 4/27/92 4 2016 7 235 Sam Houston State
P Matt Darr Matt Darr M. Darr 8
72
#33 P 2 6'1" 220 26 7/2/92 2 2015 Tennessee
P Ben Turk Ben Turk B. Turk 0
67
#41 P 5'11" 186 1 2018 Notre Dame
FS Marcus Maye Marcus Maye M. Maye 26
82
#15 FS 1 6'0" 212 25 3/8/94 3 2017 2 39 Florida
FS Doug Middleton Doug Middleton D. Middleton 36
65
#90 FS 2 5'11" 210 25 9/23/93 3 2016 Appalachian State
LS Josh Latham Josh Latham J. Latham 0
68
#14 LS 6'2" 250 25 9/20/93 1 2017 Sacramento State
LS Thomas Hennessy Thomas Hennessy T. Hennessy 42
61
#44 LS 6'3" 236 25 6/11/94 3 2017 Duke
C Jonotthan Harrison Jonotthan Harrison J. Harrison 78
71
#48 C 1 6'3" 304 27 8/25/91 6 2014 Florida
C Austin Golson Austin Golson A. Golson 63
77
#19 C 3 6'4" 307 23 7/9/95 0 2018
DT Fredrick Jones Fredrick Jones F. Jones 55
76
#53 DT 6'2" 304 22 8/25/96 0 2019 Florida State
DL Justin Alexandre Justin Alexandre J. Alexandre 2
73
#9 DL 6'5" 256 0 2019 Incarnate Word
WR Jamison Crowder Jamison Crowder J. Crowder 80
82
#41 WR 1 5'8" 185 26 6/17/93 5 2015 4 105 Duke
WR Quincy Enunwa Quincy Enunwa Q. Enunwa 81
81
#54 WR 1 6'2" 225 27 5/31/92 5 2014 6 209 Nebraska
WR Robby Anderson Robby Anderson R. Anderson 11
84
#33 WR 1 6'3" 180 26 5/9/93 4 2016 Temple
WR Deontay Burnett Deontay Burnett D. Burnett 18
69
#264 WR 2 6'0" 186 21 10/4/97 2 2018
WR Josh Bellamy Josh Bellamy J. Bellamy 15
72
#207 WR 2 6'0" 206 30 5/18/89 5 2012 Louisville
WR Deonte Thompson Deonte Thompson D. Thompson 10
74
#151 WR 2 6'0" 203 30 2/14/89 7 2012 Florida
WR Charone Peake Charone Peake C. Peake 17
65
#346 WR 3 6'2" 209 26 10/16/92 4 2016 7 241 Clemson
WR Quadree Henderson Quadree Henderson Q. Henderson 15
68
#277 WR 3 5'8" 192 22 9/12/96 2 2018
WR Daniel Brown Daniel Brown D. Brown 85
64
#352 WR 4 6'5" 250 27 5/26/92 5 2015
WR Greg Dortch Greg Dortch G. Dortch 3
73
#178 WR 5 5'7" 173 21 5/29/98 0 2019 Wake Forest
WR Lucky Whitehead Lucky Whitehead L. Whitehead 82
69
#260 WR 5'10" 163 27 6/2/92 3 2015 Florida Atlantic
WR Jeff Smith Jeff Smith J. Smith 6
77
#84 WR 6'0" 192 0 2019 Boston College
TE Chris Herndon IV Chris Herndon IV C. H. IV 89
66
#148 TE 1 6'4" 253 23 2/23/96 2 2018 4 107
TE Eric Tomlinson Eric Tomlinson E. Tomlinson 83
67
#144 TE 2 6'6" 261 27 4/22/92 4 2015 UTEP
TE Trevon Wesco Trevon Wesco T. Wesco 88
75
#64 TE 3 6'3" 267 23 9/12/95 0 2019 4 121 West Virginia
DE Leonard Williams Leonard Williams L. Williams 92
88
#17 DE 1 6'5" 302 25 6/20/94 5 2015 1 6 Southern Cal
DE Henry Anderson Henry Anderson H. Anderson 96
79
#55 DE 1 6'6" 294 27 8/3/91 5 2015 3 93 Stanford
DE Nathan Shepherd Nathan Shepherd N. Shepherd 97
75
#89 DE 2 6'4" 315 25 10/9/93 2 2018 3 72 Fort Hays State
DE Folorunso Fatukasi Folorunso Fatukasi F. Fatukasi 94
65
#191 DE 2 6'4" 318 24 3/4/95 2 2018 6 180
DE Bronson Kaufusi Bronson Kaufusi B. Kaufusi 91
68
#159 DE 3 6'6" 285 27 7/6/91 3 2016 3 70 BYU
DE Kyle Phillips Kyle Phillips K. Phillips 5
74
#111 DE 3 6'4" 272 22 5/5/97 0 2019 Tennessee
DE Myquon Stout Myquon Stout M. Stout 92
72
#129 DE 6'1" 275 23 2/22/96 0 2019 Appalachian State
DE Brandin Bryant Brandin Bryant B. Bryant 94
69
#147 DE 6'2" 287 25 9/16/93 1 2016 Florida Atlantic
DE Shaneil Jenkins Shaneil Jenkins S. Jenkins 67
66
#189 DE 6'3" 271 25 2/7/94 1 2016 Shepherd
CB Trumaine Johnson Trumaine Johnson T. Johnson 22
83
#34 CB 1 6'2" 204 29 1/1/90 8 2012 3 65 Montana
CB Brian Poole Brian Poole B. Poole 34
79
#59 CB 1 5'10" 210 26 10/20/92 4 2016 Florida
CB Darryl Roberts Darryl Roberts D. Roberts 27
81
#20 CB 2 5'11" 187 28 11/26/90 5 2015 7 247 Marshall
CB Parry Nickerson Parry Nickerson P. Nickerson 43
65
#223 CB 2 5'10" 182 24 10/11/94 2 2018 6 179
CB Derrick Jones Derrick Jones D. Jones 31
61
#238 CB 3 6'2" 188 24 12/4/94 3 2017 6 204 Mississippi
CB Tevaughn Campbell Tevaughn Campbell T. Campbell 84
#20 CB 3 6'0" 195 26 6/14/93 1 2019 Regina, Canada
CB Blessuan Austin Blessuan Austin B. Austin 10
73
#155 CB 6'1" 198 22 7/19/96 0 2019 6 196 Rutgers
CB Reggie Hall Reggie Hall R. Hall 6
74
#122 CB 6'1" 207 23 9/14/95 0 2018
NT Quinnen Williams Quinnen Williams Q. Williams 92
74
#28 NT 1 6'3" 303 21 12/21/97 0 2019 1 3 Alabama
NT Steve McLendon Steve McLendon S. McLendon 99
81
#11 NT 2 6'4" 280 33 1/3/86 10 2009 Troy
NT Trevon Sanders Trevon Sanders T. Sanders 90
70
#38 NT 3 6'0" 329 22 4/25/97 0 2019 Troy
G Brian Winters Brian Winters B. Winters 67
85
#13 G 1 6'4" 320 27 7/10/91 7 2013 3 72 Kent State
G Kelechi Osemele Kelechi Osemele K. Osemele 70
82
#21 G 1 6'5" 335 30 6/24/89 8 2012 2 60 Iowa State
G Tom Compton Tom Compton T. Compton 79
70
#104 G 2 6'5" 314 30 5/10/89 7 2012 6 193 South Dakota
K Chandler Catanzaro Chandler Catanzaro C. Catanzaro 4
76
#25 K 1 6'1" 195 28 2/26/91 6 2014 Clemson

Top 3 Jets Roster Questions of 2019-2020

The Le’Veon Bell Effect

How can Le’Veon Bell change the entire offense?

After struggling in his rookie year, Sam Darnold got the best gift anyone could give. Le’Veon Bell provides a threat in both the running and passing game and should single-handedly help Darnold be better than last year. In addition to providing the Jets with a very legitimate running game, his addition on the offensive side of the ball will allow Darnold more time and easier looks. He’s a great dual threat and gives Darnold the chance to better develop with more time in the pocket.

Though $52.5 million is a hefty price to pay a running back, Bell could pay huge dividends in helping New York return to a winning record and a chance at playoff contention. He’s the type of player that will immediately become the number 1 option on offensive and can take the attention of defenses away from the rest of New York’s weapons. The acquisition of Bell is a great addition that will pay dividends that far outweigh the cost of signing him.

The Rich Get Richer

Even after adding Le’Veon Bell, the Jets added Jamison Crowder to add another weapon to Sam Darnold’s arsenal.

If you thought Le’Veon Bell was a great addition, look out for the Jets’ passing game next season as Coach Adam Gase will now have both Robby Anderson and Jamison Crowder to pass to. While Anderson will remain the deep threat, Crowder replaces Jermaine Kearse to become the primary slot receiver. He brings good talent to an already experienced receiving core and should immediately help Sam Darnold become better.

Last year, Crowder was limited to only 9 games in his 4th year as a Redskin. Without a clear path for playing time in Washington, he will get a chance to start and be significantly more productive with the Jets. He received a career low 49 targets last season and thus, wasn’t able to replicate the success in the previous two seasons. This year in New York, expect him to receive plenty of targets in the slot, especially with defenses focusing on the running with Bell and deep balls with Anderson.

Sophomore Campaign

With so much talk about his new weapons, how will Sam Darnold actually do next year?

After an up and down 2018 season, can Sam Darnold finally find success in his second year in the league? New York will certainly hope so as they added Le’Veon Bell and Jamison Crowder to help the 3rd overall pick in the 2018 draft. Last year, Darnold was fairly streaky on a game by game basis. His overall QBR for the year sat at 77.6 though that included games of 38.2, 34.4, 31.8 against Cleveland, Minnesota, and Miami, respectively. Those three games accounted for 9 of his 15 total intercepted passes on the year.

If Darnold can limit the damage and have more consistent games, he will undoubtedly improve on his rookie year. This year, Bell presents a great rushing attack for the Jets that Darnold will certainly utilize to take the pressure off of him. If defenses begin overplaying and stacking the box, this would allow Darnold more time in the pocket to grow his relationship with Crowder and build off of the partnership with Anderson.