The Jets signed Ryan Fitzpatrick for $12 million late in the offseason. He was benched for Geno Smith after Week 6, returned, then was benched again for Bryce Petty.
In his Week 7 start, his first since December 2014, Geno Smith suffered a torn ACL in the first half.
Second-year quarterback Bryce Petty took over for an injured Ryan Fitzpatrick in Week 10 then became the starter in Week 14.
A second-round pick from Penn State, Hackenberg hasn’t seen the field in 2016.
Matt Forte became the Jets’ top rusher after signing a three-year, $12 million contract.
Bilal Powell, a sixth-year back, played in every game and had a career-best 5.7 yards per carry.
The undrafted rookie out of Temple showed he can stretch the field with three straight games with a 40-yard reception.
Eric Decker played in just three games this season before hip and shoulder surgeries. He is signed through 2018, could be ready for the start of the 2017 season.
With Eric Decker out most of the season, Quincy Enunwa stepped up as the Jets’ No. 2 receiver and led the team in receiving touchdowns.
After a career year in 2015 with 109 catches for 1,502 yards and 14 touchdowns, Brandon Marshall struggled in 2016. He’ll be below 1,000 yards for just the third time in his career.
The undrafted rookie out of Ohio State started as the Jets’ kick and punt returner but lost both jobs in the span of a few weeks after struggling with ball security and decision making.
The Jets’ 2016 seventh-round draft pick scored one of the strangest touchdowns of the entire season when he picked up what was ruled a Ryan Fitzpatrick fumble and ran 40 yards.
Devin Smith missed most of the season with a torn ACL from December 2015 against the Titans.
Before this season, Bostick hadn’t played an NFL game since his muffed onside kick with the Packers in the NFC Championship Game in January 2015.
Shortly after the Buccaneers waived Seferian-Jenkins following his arrest on a DUI charge, the Jets signed the troubled tight end.
The Jets acquired Ryan Clady this offseason to replace the durable D’Brickashaw Ferguson. Clady was limited to nine games this season after suffering a rotator cuff injury.
After beginning the season on the PUP list with a herniated disc in his back, Breno Giacomini played in just five games before getting injured again.
Ben Ijalana filled the starting left tackle role with Ryan Clady injured.
The second-year right tackle was limited because of a hamstring injury but started in four games.
A mainstay on the Jets’ offensive line, Nick Mangold played in just eight games this season because of an ankle injury. The 33-year-old is due to make $9.1 million in 2017, the final year of his contract.
James Carpenter was the last starting offensive lineman standing for the Jets.
The Jets placed Winters on injured reserve with a shoulder issue on Dec. 20. The starting right guard was in the final year of his rookie contract.
Muhammad Wilkerson signed a five-year, $86 million deal that includes $53.5 million in guaranteed money last offseason, but he hasn’t lived up to those expectations.
Sheldon Richardson has made headlines more often for his off-field issues than his performance on it this season.
The rookie out of Georgia had 33 tackles in 12 games.
The veteran leads the team in tackles with 79.
At 31, it’s become increasingly clear that Darrelle Revis has lost a step and could move to safety. Either way, he still has three years left on a five-year, $70 million deal.
The Jets’ secondary struggled across the board, but Buster Skrine had one of the Jets’ seven interceptions.
The Jets’ 2014 first-round draft pick is entering the final year of his rookie contract.
Marcus Gilchrist was the lone bright spot in the Jets’ shaky secondary before a knee injury against the 49ers in Week 14.
The second-year safety got time as the starter after Marcus Gilchrist was injured.
In his seventh season with the Jets, Nick Folk went 23-for-26 on field goals and 21-for-23 on extra point attempts through 14 games.
The rookie had 21 punts inside the 20 and had a gross punting average of 42.8 yards.
The Jets missed the playoffs again in Todd Bowles’ second year at the helm, a year after he led them to a 10-6 season.
Aside from Leonard Williams, Mike Maccagnan’s draft picks haven’t really panned out so far in his first two seasons with the Jets.
The Jets averaged just 17.3 points per game in Chan Gailey’s second year as the offensive coordinator.
In Kacy Rodgers’ second season as the Jets’ defensive coordinator, the Jets allowed 25.6 points per game.
Brant Boyer joined the Jets for the 2016 season after four seasons as assistant special teams coach with the Colts.