New York Jets 2022 Fantasy Breakdown

Jets Futures (Super Bowl +15000, AFC Champion +8500, Division +2400)

2021 Record: 4-13

Key Additions / Departures
Signings / ResigningsNotable Draft PicksDepartures
TECJ UzomahCBSauce GardnerSMarcus Maye
TETyler ConklinWRGarrett WilsonLBJarrad Davis
OGLaken TomlinsonEdgeJermaine JohnsonWRJamison Crowder
RBTevin ColemanRBBreece HallDTFolorunso Fatukasi
Offensive Depth Charts (with Phantasia Sports ADP Rankings – PPR)
QBZach WilsonZach Wilson (166.8)
RBMichael Carter / Tevin Coleman / Ty JohnsonBreece Hall (47.8) / Michael Carter (101.7)
WR1Corey DavisElijah Moore (87.8)
WR2Elijah MooreCorey Davis (185.2)
WR3Jamison Crowder Garrett Wilson (158.4)
WR4Keelan ColeBraxton Berrios (200)
TETyler KroftCJ Uzomah (348)

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The Jets are a team with a ton of super young talent. They had one of the most aggressive (and maybe best) drafts in the entire NFL. At number 4 overall, the Jets selected Ahmad “Sauce” Gardner. This is notable because New York’s secondary has been very bad the last few seasons and they are hoping to have found the building block in the top five. At number 10, they selected Garrett Wilson. QB Zach Wilson now has his WR1 (Elijah Moore) and WR2 (Garrett Wilson) of the future to start building chemistry. At number 26, the Jets selected Jermaine Johnson. HC Robert Saleh was obsessed with Johnson’s length and agility to contribute to both the pass rush and run defense (to the point where they almost took him at number 4). On day two, the Jets remained aggressive and traded up to select Breece Hall. Hall is expected to be the top backfield option from day 1. All of these guys are young but all have more than enough ability to make an immediate impact on this roster in 2022.


Losing Mekhi Becton for the season is not exactly how the team wanted to start training camp. This offensive line has been consistent but have struggled with injuries the last couple of seasons. Becton already missed all of last season, where George Fant stepped in tremendously. Now that the initial plan of Becton has backfired, we see that the entire unit is lacking depth. The addition of veteran Duane Brown certainly helps solidify this, but if anyone were to go down this year, they would have no one better than a fourth-round pick to step in and try to pick up the slack. It is worth noting that the Jets could have selected either Ikem Ekwonu or Evan Neal to help address the situation but decided to go elsewhere and that plan has massively backfired.    


You can’t build an empire overnight. Be patient with the process. It’s hard to address issues at positions when almost every position is an issue. The Jets are probably a year or two away from turning things around. They allowed the most rushing touchdowns in the NFL (28) last season while ranking 29th in rushing yards allowed (138.3/game). The secondary was addressed and should help start turning things around, but there was nothing done to address the interior this offseason. While a smart business decision, the team let Foley Fatukasi walk at the 3-years/$30M price tag. Their only replacement was Solomon Thomas, who had the second-worst run defense grade among qualified interior lineman. Aside from Quinnen Williams, their defensive trench god, everyone has elite pass rush capabilities but are below average against the run. All but one linebacker on the team are converted safeties. They all possess elite range and coverage capabilities but are unproven against the run and extremely undersized. Expect teams to make a living running between the tackles this year.

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Breece HallADP 42.9 – Round 3
Elijah MooreADP 66.2 – Round 5
Garrett WilsonADP 116.2 – Round 9