PFF ranks the wide receiver rooms in the NFL…where did the Jets rank?

There are a lot of questions about the New York Jets on offense heading into the 2024 season. One of the biggest questions centers is the talent and depth at wide receiver.

Of course, the Jets have viable questions along the offensive line and at quarterback too. But the questions at wide receiver remain a focal point heading into training camp.

There is only one established playmaker at wide receiver for the Jets in third-year star Garrett Wilson.

Coming off a sophomore season in the NFL where he had 95 catches for 1,042 yards and three touchdowns, Wilson’s numbers are even more staggering when considering that the Jets had the third-worst passing offense in the NFL last season.

All of which led Pro Football Focus to rank the Jets at No. 19 in terms of wide receiver talent:

“Garrett Wilson is a star receiver, and a fully healthy season from Aaron Rodgers should only highlight that even more.

Breece Hall is a very good receiver out of the backfield, but outside of him, there are a lot of unknowns. Mike Williams, while a solid flier signing, is recovering from a torn ACL. Perhaps better quarterback play will elevate everyone on the team. Time will tell.”

The Jets took Western Kentucky wide receiver Malachi Corley on Day 2, a draft pick who can and should help the passing offense. Corley put up some impressive career numbers at Western Kentucky with 259 career receptions for 2,943 yards along with 29 touchdowns.

 

 

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Title: PFF ranks the wide receiver rooms in the NFL…where did the Jets rank?
Author: Kristian Dyer

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