The NY Jets offense somehow took a major step back in 2020 behind a porous offensive line and an overwhelmed head coach in Adam Gase. And one of the biggest sufferers of the offense’s lack of identity was Ty Montgomery.
Montgomery was signed by the Jets in April with hopes that he could be a jack-of-all-trades offensive weapon to help out quarterback Sam Darnold. But by Week 3, he had nearly been fazed out of the offense altogether.
The converted wide receiver shined in training camp and the preseason and was the clear-cut backup running back behind Le’Veon Bell.