Wide Receivers / Tight Ends
- Brandon Marshall: 16 GP, 92 REC, 1480 YDS, 15 TD
- Eric Decker: 15 GP, 74 REC, 818 YDS, 7 TD
- Quincy Enunwa: 13 GP, 53 REC, 602 YDS, 3 TD
- Jalin Marshall: 16 GP, 45 REC, 789 YDS, 5 TD
- Robby Anderson: 10 GP, 27 REC, 411, 2 TD
- Kellen Davis: 16 GP, 11 REC, 57 YDS, 1 TD
- Devin Smith: 7 GP, 16 REC, 105 YDS
- Charone Peake: 3 GP, 7 REC, 65 YDS
- Brandon Bostick: 15 GP, 4 REC, 24 YDS
Yet again, despite Mikey Mac’s best efforts, Ryan Fitzpatrick won’t have a real vertical-friendly tight end at his disposal. Jace Amaro didn’t work out. It’s that simple (as the leftovers from John Idzik’s forgettable regime slowly drip away from the franchise).
Quincy Enunwa will, once again, play the Y in Gailey’s offense when more than two wideouts are on the field. This will automatically default him as Fitz’s third option.
Look for Eric Decker to have a lesser output in stats thanks to a more balanced air attack. Both Jalin Marshall, who’ll provide a lot in terms of versatility, and Robby Anderson, who’ll be that lone speed demon for the Jets, will take some balls away from Decker as well as hurt the brains of defensive coordinators everywhere.