Wide Receiver

  1. Robby Anderson
  2. Jermaine Kearse
  3. Quincy Enunwa
  4. Terrelle Pryor
  5. ArDarius Stewart
  6. Chad Hansen

Those who don’t understand just how good Robby Anderson and Quincy Enunwa are will look at the Jets wideouts and turn in disgust. Those who do understand will applaud this spot.

Enunwa is the best of the bunch. Coming off a season-ending injury has him in the three spot which suits his beastly slot nature perfectly.

Just six wideouts is a small number in this league, but the four backs carried makes it so at this moment.

Cuts: Charone Peake, Andre Roberts, Lucky Whitehead, Tre McBride, Devin Smith

Tight End

  1. Chris Herndon
  2. Clive Walford
  3. Jordan Leggett

Three tight ends can easily suffice with a solid fullback in tow. In terms of a star-studded affair, this position group is hurting.

Clive Walford may turn out as a heady pickup by way of Oakland but it’ll come down to the development of one of the two mid-round picks (Chris Herndon, Jordan Leggett) the last two drafts.

Potential is absolutely in the building, especially with Herndon.

Cuts: Eric Tomlinson, Neal Sterling, Bucky Hodges