With Quincy Enunwa due back, this gives the Jets a more solidified core. As long as Robby Anderson can stay out of trouble, him and Jermaine Kearse will round out a fairly good receiving core. They have Devin Smith, who was drafted last year, and Terrelly Pryor, but neither seem to be too high on the Jets radar for this year at least. The Jets had ASJ at tight end last season, but now this is a spot where they are missing a reliable name. While it won't be a fantasy worthy position, we can move on. Isaiah Crowell moved on from Cleveland, and will move into the lead role in New York. Bilal Powell and Thomas Rawls will challenge him for the starting job, but Crowell is expected to be a 70%+ snaps back this season.