New York Jets

Stadium: MetLife Stadium | Coach: Todd Bowles
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense26th112.6 (12th)216.6 (27th)
Defense11th98.8 (11th)243.6 (17th)


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Sun Sep 24
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Sun Oct 1
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Sun Oct 8
at CLE
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Sun Oct 15
1:00 pm EDT
Sun Oct 22
at MIA
1:00 pm EDT
Sun Oct 29
8:25 pm EDT
Thu Nov 2
1:00 pm EST
Sun Nov 12
at TB
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Sun Nov 26
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 3
4:05 pm EST
Sun Dec 10
at DEN
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Sun Dec 17
at NO
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Sun Dec 24
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 31
at NE


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Jets' Austin Seferian-Jenkins: Carries momentum into camp
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Seferian-Jenkins (suspension) appears to be the Jets' clear starter at tight end heading into training camp, the New York Post's Brian Costello reports.

Seferian-Jenkins finished with 10 receptions for 110 yards in seven games for the Jets last season. While those totals are underwhelming, and Seferian-Jenkins will be suspended for the first two games of the upcoming campaign for a DUI arrest that led to his release from the Buccaneers, the 24-year-old reportedly raised eyebrows with his performance during OTAs and mandatory minicamp. Along with losing 25 pounds and quitting drinking, ASJ was deployed all over the field in new offensive coordinator John Morton's offense. On a team lacking perimeter playmakers and an answer at quarterback, the towering Seferian-Jenkins could become a safety blanket in Year 2 in New York.

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Jets' Steve McLendon: No lock for final roster
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

McLendon is not a lock to make the team in 2017, Brian Costello of The New York Post reports.

With David Harris (Patriots) and Eric Decker (Titans) now elsewhere, McLendon is just one of four players on the Jets' roster over the age of 30. Since it appears the team is head deep in a rebuild and trending towards a younger roster, it's possible the 31-year-old McLendon could be the next to go if fourth-year players Deon Simon and Mike Pennel show promise during training camp and the preseason. The Jets would save just under $3 million by letting McLendon go.

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Jets' Robby Anderson: Mixed reviews ahead of expanded role
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Anderson could solidify himself as the Jets' No. 2 wideout this season, but he's also drawn some concerning reviews for his conduct since his rookie year ended, Brian Costello of The New York Post reports.

Anderson, who was undrafted out of Temple, emerged in the wake of injuries to Eric Decker and Jalin Marshall last season, finishing his rookie campaign with 42 receptions on 78 targets for 587 yards and two touchdowns. After a strong close to the year, as well as the subsequent departures of Decker and top wideout Brandon Marshall from the Jets, Anderson currently projects as New York's second receiver, trailing only Quincy Enunwa on the depth chart. While that positioning figures to help his fantasy stock, Anderson's offseason has raised cause for concern, as he was arrested in May for resisting arrest with violence, which preceded Marshall, Anderson's offseason workout partner, saying, "Robby needs to turn it around." Along with having his legal situation set to unfold over the course of the upcoming campaign, the skinny Anderson will no longer catch any opposing teams by surprise. That figures to result in defenses jamming him at the line of scrimmage and warding against his favored deep routes, forcing Anderson to prove he's capable of expanding his game. Overall, the opportunity to make a larger impact awaits the second-year pro, but if his troubles carry over the regular season, rookies ArDarius Stewart (groin/thumb) and Chad Hansen (knee) could rise through the depth chart the way Anderson did last year.

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