A July Guess At The New York Jets Depth Chart

Joe Caporoso with a July guess on the New York Jets depth chart

I will dive deeper into this when the season gets closer but for now, here is a July guess at the New York Jets 53 man depth chart/player usage:

Quarterback

  1. Geno Smith
  2. Ryan Fitzpatrick
  3. Bryce Petty

Running Back

  1. Chris Ivory
  2. Bilal Powell (third down back)
  3. Stevan Ridley
  4. Zac Stacy

Tight End

  1. Jeff Cumberland (Y, in-line)
  2. Jace Amaro (H, move)
  3. Kellen Davis

Wide Receiver

  1. Brandon Marshall (X, with frequent slot use)
  2. Eric Decker (Z)
  3. Jeremy Kerley (S, Punt Returner)
  4. Devin Smith
  5. DeVier Posey
  6. Chris Owusu (Kick Returner)
  7. Quincy Enunwa

Offensive Tackle

  1. D’Brickashaw Ferguson (LT)
  2. Breno Giacomini (RT)
  3. Charles Brown
  4. James Brewer (G/T)

Guard

  1. James Carpenter (LG)
  2. Oday Aboushi (RG)
  3. Dakota Dozier (G/C)
  4. Jarvis Harrison

Center

  1. Nick Mangold

Nose Tackle 

  1. Damon Harrison
  2. TJ Barnes

Defensive End

  1. Muhammad Wilkerson
  2. Sheldon Richardson (suspended first four games)
  3. Leonard Williams
  4. Leger Douzable
  5. Kevin Vickerson (released post Richardson reinstatement)

Inside Linebacker

  1. David Harris
  2. Demario Davis
  3. Erin Henderson
  4. Jamari Lattimore

Edge

  1. Calvin Pace
  2. Quinton Coples
  3. Lorenzo Mauldin
  4. IK Enemkpali

Corner

  1. Darrelle Revis
  2. Antonio Cromartie
  3. Buster Skrine (slot)
  4. Dee Milliner
  5. Marcus Williams
  6. Dexter McDougle (backup slot)

Safety

  1. Calvin Pryor
  2. Marcus Gilchrist
  3. Antonio Allen
  4. Rontez Miles

Specials

  1. Nick Folk (K)
  2. Ryan Quigley (P)
  3. Tanner Purdum (LS)

Author: Joe Caporoso

Joe Caporoso is the Owner and EIC of Turn On The Jets. His writing has been featured in the New York Times, Huffington Post, MMQB and AdWeek. Caporoso played football his entire life, including four years at Muhlenberg as a wide receiver, where he was arguably the slowest receiver to ever start in school history. He is the EVP of Content at Whistle Sports