New York Jets Depth Chart

  • HC: Todd Bowles
  • OC: Jeremy Bates
  • DC: Kacy Rodgers
  • ST: Brant Boyer
Updated: 10/09/2018 7:26PM ET
Pos No. Player 1 No Player 2 No Player 3 No Player 4 No Player 5
LWR11Anderson, Robby CF161Pryor, Terrelle U/Was
RWR81Enunwa, Quincy 14/617Peake, Charone 16/7
WR10Kearse, Jermaine T/Sea3ROBERTS, ANDRE U/Atl
LT68Beachum, Kelvin U/Jax79Qvale, Brent CF14
LG77Carpenter, James U/Sea70Dozier, Dakota 14/4
C61Long, Spencer U/Was78Harrison, Jonotthan SF17
RG67Winters, Brian 13/370Dozier, Dakota 14/4
RT72Shell, Brandon 16/579Qvale, Brent CF14
TE89Herndon IV, Christopher 18/485Sterling, Neal P/KC
TE83Tomlinson, Eric P/Hou86Leggett, Jordan 17/5
QB14Darnold, Sam 18/115MCCOWN, JOSH SF17
RB20Crowell, Isaiah U/Cle29POWELL, BILAL 11/440Cannon, Trenton 18/6
LDE92Williams, Leonard 15/194Fatukasi, Folorunso 18/693Basham, Tarell W/Ind
NT99MCLENDON, STEVE U/Pit98Pennel, Mike W/GB
RDE96Anderson, Henry T/Ind97Shepherd, Nathan 18/3
OLB51Copeland, Brandon U/Det59Luvu, Frankie CF1855Attaochu, Jeremiah SF18
ILB58Lee, Darron 16/156Pierre-Louis, Kevin U/KC
ILB54Williamson, Avery U/Ten46Hewitt, Neville U/Mia
OLB48Jenkins, Jordan 16/3
LCB21Claiborne, Morris U/Dal41Skrine, Buster U/Cle43Nickerson, Parry 18/636Robinson, Rashard T/SF
SS33Adams, Jamal 17/123Brooks, Terrence T/Phi
FS26Maye, Marcus 17/236Middleton, Doug CF16
RCB22Johnson, Trumaine U/LAR27Roberts, Darryl W/NE32Burris, Juston 16/431Jones, Derrick 17/6
Special Teams
P4Edwards, Lachlan 16/7
PK2Myers, Jason SF18
LS42Hennessy, Thomas T/Ind
H4Edwards, Lachlan 16/7
PR3ROBERTS, ANDRE U/Atl40Cannon, Trenton 18/6
KR3ROBERTS, ANDRE U/Atl40Cannon, Trenton 18/6
KO2Myers, Jason SF18
Practice Squad
PS40Bryant, Brandon S34Clark, Jeremy CB5Webb, Davis QB52Wint, Anthony OB84Burnett, Deontay WR
PS75Falah, Nico OC35Henderson, De'Angelo RB91Kaufusi, Bronson DE69Braden, Ben OG44Langi, Harvey IB
RES71Ijalana, Ben IR45Miles, Rontez PUP25McGuire, Elijah IR95Martin, Josh IR


by Greg DePalma

Here is a breakdown of the players the Jets should be targeting with each of their picks in this week’s NFL Draft. These players should be valued within one full round either way.
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Top Choice…QB Baker Mayfield, Oklahoma.
Also in the running…QB Josh Rosen, UCLA.
Mayfield is the top choice based on both his talent and his ability to fit in easier with the New York area media and Jets owner, Woody Johnson. 
Top Choice…OL Braden Smith, Auburn.
Also in the running…RB Kalen Ballage, Arizona State; NT Tim Settle.
Best of the rest…TE Mark Andrews, Oklahoma; WR DJ Chark, LSU; OT Brian O’Neill, Pittsburgh.
The Jets can’t go wrong with any of these players. Smith provides versatility to an offensive line that needs more talent across the board making him a valuable roster addition. 
Top Choice…RB Justin Jackson, Northwestern.
Also in the running…CB Dane Cruikshank, Arizona; WR Michael Gallup, Colorado State; RB Nyheim Hines, NC State; OLB Kemoko Turay, Rutgers. 
Best of the rest…CB Grant Haley, Penn State; WR Allen Lazard, Iowa State; DB Quenton Meeks, Stanford; OLB Josh Sweat, FSU.
Jackson is going to end up as one of the top value players in this draft and the Jets still need to find their long-term No. 1. Jackson would be him.
Top Choice…OLB Dorance Armstrong, Kansas.
Also in the running…C Mason Cole, Michigan; OLB Jeff Holland, Auburn; TE Dalton Schultz, Stanford; WR Justin Watson, Penn.
Best of the rest…CB Brandon Facyson, Virginia Tech; CB/KR Darius Phillips, W Michigan; OT Joseph Noteboom, TCU; FB Jaylen Samuels, NC State.
The Jets can’t come out of this draft without taking an edge rusher and Armstrong would be a bargain here. If you combine his competitiveness, effort and production capabilities with the coaching of Hall of Fame linebacker Coach Kevin Greene, the possibilities are endless. 
Top Choice…LB Joel Lanning, Iowa State.
Also in the running…NT Derrick Nnadi, FSU; OLB Joe Ostman, C Michigan; OT Greg Senat, Wagner.
Best of the rest…S Troy Apke, Penn State; WR Marcell Ateman, Oklahoma State; PK Daniel Carlson, Auburn; RB Darrel Williams, LSU. 
Lanning is the type of versatile football player every team can use. He’ll also add quality production on special teams. 
Top Choice…TE Andrew Vollert, Weber State. 
Also in the running…RB Jarvion Franklin, W Michigan; WR Cam Phillips, Virginia Tech; FS Jeremy Reaves, S Alabama.
Best of the rest…CB Jalen Davis, Utah State; CB Heath Harding, Miami, Oh; RB Phillip Lindsay, Colorado; RB Ito Smith, S Mississippi. 
The FCS All-American would be a welcomed addition to the Jets depth chart in need of playmaking talent following the departure of last year’s starter, Austin Seferian-Jenkins. He’s a worthwhile gamble here. 

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