4. Robby Anderson
Can’t teach speed. It’s that simple.
Robby Anderson is the deep threat the New York Jets have lacked since Cyclops, the man we all loved by the name of Wesley Walker.
We saw it numerous times last year. Josh McCown would scan the defense, recognize Cover 3 or a press Cover 1 and know exactly who’d be open: Robby on the 9-route for the score.
Teamed with Big Q and solidified with tons of depth at the position, Robby Anderson could easily top 1,000 yards and 10 scores assuming the O-line at least holds up to an average level.
3. Trumaine Johnson
He’s yet to make a Pro Bowl appearance but it feels like he’s one of the best cornerbacks in the game. Sometimes it’s funny the way it works.
Trumaine Johnson represents Mike Maccagnan’s top free agent signing this past offseason and immediately provides incredible talent to a terrific secondary. With two picks and 13 passes defensed a season ago, Johnson will look to repeat his sound 2017 campaign, this time in Jersey.