2014 DRAFT GUIDE
Team Grade:
New York Jets
Quarterbacks: Running Backs:
Wide Receivers: Tight Ends:
Defense: Kickers:

Outlook

The Jets improved some offensively this offseason but still don‚??t have that franchise quarterback on the roster, which is a concern. Until that position gets figured out, the Jets are going to have a hard time making the playoffs. They‚??ll be in most games because of a great defense but an inept offense will cost them plenty of games. Expect the Jets to be around the .500 mark this season. New York needs to find that franchise quarterback to lead the team for years to come.
FANTASY BREAKOUT
Tight end Jace Amaro should some flashes of good things as a rookie. He had one 10-reception game and topped the 50-yard mark four times. Amaro was inconsistent in a passing game that struggled much of the year. He‚??ll be a big part of the passing game this year, though, and should be able to produce better in what should be a better passing attack. The passing attack can‚??t be any worse than last year, right? Amaro is a big-play tight end that should be a top red-zone target for the Jets. Expect his numbers to take a nice jump forward his second season in the league.
FANTASY DUD
Stevan Ridley might be in for quite a surprise this season. He moves from one of the best offenses in the league to maybe the worst. He moves to a run-heavy scheme that doesn‚??t have a history of throwing a ton of passes to the running back. This isn‚??t a great ingredient for Ridley to have similar success to past seasons. He‚??ll get some weekly touches but don‚??t expect similar numbers to his last few seasons with the Patriots, especially since he has some quality backs to compete with for playing time.

Team Notes

May 26, 12:43 AM New York Jets CB Dee Milliner (heel) is still working his way back from an injury but will have a chance to compete for a roster spot, according to defensive coordinator Kacy Rodgers.
May 24, 09:52 AM New York Jets FS Marcus Gilchrist (shoulder) is not expected to participate in any of the offseason workouts because of his shoulder injury but should be ready for the start of training camp.
May 21, 05:52 PM New York Jets TEs Jeff Cumberland and Jace Amaro will both start this season, according to head coach Todd Bowles. Bowles said Cumberland would be lined up in the 'Y' position while Amaro would play the H-back and fullback positions.
May 21, 05:52 PM New York Jets TEs Jeff Cumberland and Jace Amaro will both start this season, according to head coach Todd Bowles. Bowles said Cumberland would be lined up in the 'Y' position while Amaro would play the H-back and fullback positions.
May 21, 05:32 PM New York Jets RB Stevan Ridley (knee) should be healthy enough for training camp as he continues to recover from knee surgery. Head coach Todd Bowles said Ridley is not ready for team drills, but participated in positional drills.
May 21, 03:12 PM New York Jets coach Todd Bowles plans to use a package with two tight ends, including TE Jeff Cumberland and TE Jace Amaro. Cumberland will be a traditional tight end and Amaro will line up in a halfback-style position.
May 21, 03:12 PM New York Jets coach Todd Bowles plans to use a package with two tight ends, including TE Jeff Cumberland and TE Jace Amaro. Cumberland will be a traditional tight end and Amaro will line up in a halfback-style position.
May 21, 03:02 PM New York Jets coach Todd Bowles said his team's running back situation may take until the preseason to sort out. RB's Chris Ivory, Bilal Powell, Zac Stacy, Stevan Ridley and Daryl Richardson all have experience at the position, but no one has broken out yet.
May 21, 03:02 PM New York Jets coach Todd Bowles said his team's running back situation may take until the preseason to sort out. RB's Chris Ivory, Bilal Powell, Zac Stacy, Stevan Ridley and Daryl Richardson all have experience at the position, but no one has broken out yet.
May 21, 03:02 PM New York Jets coach Todd Bowles said his team's running back situation may take until the preseason to sort out. RB's Chris Ivory, Bilal Powell, Zac Stacy, Stevan Ridley and Daryl Richardson all have experience at the position, but no one has broken out yet.
May 21, 03:02 PM New York Jets coach Todd Bowles said his team's running back situation may take until the preseason to sort out. RB's Chris Ivory, Bilal Powell, Zac Stacy, Stevan Ridley and Daryl Richardson all have experience at the position, but no one has broken out yet.
May 21, 03:02 PM New York Jets coach Todd Bowles said his team's running back situation may take until the preseason to sort out. RB's Chris Ivory, Bilal Powell, Zac Stacy, Stevan Ridley and Daryl Richardson all have experience at the position, but no one has broken out yet.
May 20, 03:03 PM New York Jets QB Geno Smith is the starting quarterback and will not see competition in training camp, according to offensive coordinator Chan Gailey.

Fantasy Impact: We'll see. Smith is the clear favorite but he is going to have to keep the job in camp and preseason action.
May 19, 02:23 PM New York Jets RBs Chris Ivory, Stevan Ridley, Zac Stacy and others could be busy this season, according to head coach Todd Bowles. Bowles said the reason he hired offensive coordinator Chan Gailey is because he has a track record of being able to run the ball, at least in his college coaching days. Bowles supposedly prefers a balanced, ball-control offense, which puts more of the onus on the running backs.
May 19, 02:23 PM New York Jets RBs Chris Ivory, Stevan Ridley, Zac Stacy and others could be busy this season, according to head coach Todd Bowles. Bowles said the reason he hired offensive coordinator Chan Gailey is because he has a track record of being able to run the ball, at least in his college coaching days. Bowles supposedly prefers a balanced, ball-control offense, which puts more of the onus on the running backs.
May 19, 02:23 PM New York Jets RBs Chris Ivory, Stevan Ridley, Zac Stacy and others could be busy this season, according to head coach Todd Bowles. Bowles said the reason he hired offensive coordinator Chan Gailey is because he has a track record of being able to run the ball, at least in his college coaching days. Bowles supposedly prefers a balanced, ball-control offense, which puts more of the onus on the running backs.

Offseason Keys

Additions:
Brandon Marshall, WR; Zac Stacy, RB; James Carpenter, G; Antonio Cromartie, CB; Kellen Davis, TE; Marcus Gilchrist, SS, Jamari Lattimore, LB; Joe Mays, LB; Darrelle Revis, CB; Stevan Ridley, RB; Buster Skrine, CB. 

Losses:
Philip Adams, CB; Nick Bellore, LB; Kenrick Ellis, DE; Percy Harvin, WR; Kyle Wilson, CB. 

2014 Draft Class

RoundPickPlayerPos
 # 1  18 Calvin PryorDB
 # 2  17 Jace AmaroTE
 # 3  16 Dexter McDougleDB
 # 4  15 Shaq EvansWR
 # 4  37 Dakota DozierOL
 # 5  33 Wesley JohnsonOL
 # 6  20 Walt PowellWR
 # 6  33 Quincy EnunwaWR
 # 6  34 Ikemefuna EnemkpaliLB
 # 7  18 Trevor ReillyLB
 Undrafted Marcus WilliamsDB

2014 Schedule

WeekDateTimeOpponent
1     Sep 13 1:00PM     Cleveland
2     Sep 21 8:30PM     at Indianapolis
3     Sep 27 1:00PM     Philadelphia
4     Oct 4 9:30AM     at Miami
-- Week 5 Bye --
6     Oct 18 1:00PM     Washington
7     Oct 25 1:00PM     at New England
8     Nov 1 4:05PM     at Oakland
9     Nov 8 1:00PM     Jacksonville
10     Nov 12 8:25PM     Buffalo
11     Nov 22 1:00PM     at Houston
12     Nov 29 1:00PM     Miami
13     Dec 6 1:00PM     at New York Giants
14     Dec 13 1:00PM     Tennessee
15     Dec 19 8:25PM     at Dallas
16     Dec 27 1:00PM     New England
17     Jan 3 1:00PM     at Buffalo
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