NY Jets, Allen Robinson (Photo by James Gilbert/Getty Images)
Wide receiver has long been a position of need for the NY Jets. The last time they had a 1,000 yard wideout was Brandon Marshall and Eric Decker in 2015. Since then, only Robby Anderson has even eclipsed 900 receiving yards.
In other words, the Jets must make a move to put playmakers on the boundary. Currently, Jamison Crowder and Denzel Mims are the team’s only starting-level options, with Braxton Berrios being the next-man-up.
Luckily, the Jets are going to have options to improve the unit.