Jamal Adams
DB NYJ (11)
5 hours ago

Adams finished his rookie season with 83 tackles, two sacks, one forced fumble and six deflected passes.

EDGE Analysis

Adams had his moments of struggles, but overall he was a vital piece to the Jets' defense and was very good at the line of scrimmage. The lack of interceptions is a slight concern, but there is plenty of optimism within the team that those will come as he continues to improve.

Darron Lee
LB NYJ (11)
5 hours ago

Lee finished the 2017 season with 94 tackles and three sacks.

EDGE Analysis

Lee's playing time greatly increased from his rookie season, and he paid it off by racking up 21 more tackles and two more sacks. He was very consistent for the Jets throughout the season and even reached double-digit tackles twice. Davis is signed through the 2019 season and there's every reason to believe he'll be back in the middle of the Jets' defense next season.

Demario Davis
LB NYJ (11)
5 hours ago

Davis had a career-high 135 tackles and five sacks during the 2017 season.

EDGE Analysis

Coming off back-to-back seasons with fewer than 100 tackles, Davis beat his previous season-best by 19 while also adding 1.5 more sacks than his best effort before this past year. He is set to be an unrestricted free agent this offseason, and he will surely be one of the Jets' top priorities.

Chad Hansen
WR NYJ (11)
5 hours ago

Hansen caught nine of 17 targets for 94 yards during the 2017 season.

EDGE Analysis

Hansen and fellow rookie wideout ArDarius Stewart had very disappointing rookie seasons despite being selected in the third and fourth rounds of last year's draft, respectively. There will surely be higher expectations in 2018, though it's tough to see Hansen fully breaking out after his rookie struggles. The Jets could bring in some veteran wideouts this offseason, though the biggest question will be who's under center.

ArDarius Stewart
WR NYJ (11)
5 hours ago

Stewart caught six of 13 targets for 82 yards during the 2017 season.

EDGE Analysis

Stewart, a third-round pick out of Alabama, was active for 15 games but was never able to improve on the two receptions he had in the opening week against Buffalo. With a full season under his belt, there will surely be higher expectations for 2018, but his fantasy prospects will be more dependent on the other wideouts on the depth chart and who will be under center for the Jets.

Eric Tomlinson
TE NYJ (11)
5 hours ago

Tomlinson caught eight of 11 targets for 121 yards and one touchdown during the 2017 season.

EDGE Analysis

Tomlinson was primarily used as a run blocker during his 14 appearances this season, and with Austin Seferian-Jenkins an unrestricted free agent, it seems pretty likely that the Jets will try to bring the former, a restricted free agent, back. Nevertheless, even if he moves up the depth chart ahead of the 2018 season, there's little reason to believe he'll become a usable asset in most fantasy formats.

Elijah McGuire
RB NYJ (11)
5 hours ago

McGuire finished the 2017 season with 88 carries for 315 yards and one touchdown as well as 17 receptions on 26 targets for 177 receiving yards and another score.

EDGE Analysis

McGuire never found consistent playing time while trying to grab carries away from Bilal Powell and Matt Forte, though he showed a glimpse of his upside in Week 4 against Jacksonville when he rushed 10 times for 93 yards and a touchdown while adding two catches for 38 receiving yards. Nevertheless, it was always tough to get consistent touches, something that may not be as difficult next year if Forte doesn't return. Unfortunately for McGuire, he'll still likely be behind Powell on the depth chart, which will limit his upside.

OUTAustin Seferian-Jenkins
TE NYJ (11)
5 hours ago

Seferian-Jenkins finished the 2017 season with 50 catches on 74 targets for 357 yards and three touchdowns in 13 games.

EDGE Analysis

While the total production wasn't overly impressive, Seferian-Jenkins had one of the better offensive seasons for a Jets tight end in recent memory. In fact, he had multiple touchdowns overturned this season due to questionable calls (or questionable NFL rules), which would have obviously boosted his total production. That said, he was never used much as a high-volume receiver, and it's unlikely to happen if he returns next year. The unrestricted free agent has indicated that he would like to come back, though he's apparently already turned down a two-year, $8 million contract offer.

OUTTerrance West
RB BAL (10)
5 hours ago

West appeared in just five games in 2017, rushing 39 times for 138 yards and two touchdowns and adding two receptions for 23 yards.

EDGE Analysis

The four-year veteran heads to free agency at an unfortunate time as West put together the worst season of his career to date in 2017. West entered the season as the favorite to be the Ravens' primary back on standard downs after Kenneth Dixon went down with a season-ending meniscus injury, but he surprisingly fell behind Alex Collins -- who was signed to the practice squad just before the regular season -- and Javorius Allen. West will be 27 when the season begins but he still has the size and physical running style to garner some attention from teams in need of a short-yardage back. That said, his days of being a starter-level option for teams is likely over.

Tim Cook
RB JAC (8)
8 hours ago

Cook signed a reserve/future contract with the Jaguars on Tuesday.

EDGE Analysis

After going undrafted out of Oregon State last spring, Cook latched on with Jacksonville and stuck with the team through the end of training camp before being cut loose. The 23-year-old will rejoin Jacksonville for its offseason program but faces similarly long odds to crack the roster in 2018.