In the first round back in 2010, the Jets spent a first round pick on Kyle Wilson out of Boise State. Wilson in his first few seasons in the NFL has shown he can really only make an impact as a slot cornerback and has been a very major disappointment. In four seasons, Wilson only has three interceptions. The Jets spent a third and a sixth round pick on a corner in this year's draft. The Jets also acquired cornerbacks Dimitri Patterson and Johnny Patrick during the offseason. Wilson could be in for a major drop on the depth chart this season if he makes the team.
Another draft disappointment for the Jets was Stephen Hill, a second round pick back in 2012. Hill showed a lot of potential with a 6'4 frame and 4.4 speed. Hill has battled injuries in his first two season and has struggled on the field as well. Hill's best season was one with only 24 catches. During the draft the Jets added three receivers, Jalen Saunders, Shaq Evans, and Quincey Enunwa. Also in free agency the Jets added Jacoby Ford and Eric Decker. If Hill disappoints in training camp, his roster spot is in jeopardy.
While Geno's playing time was not damaged like the others on this list, the Jets sent him a message. Last season Geno was very inconsistent, but had limited weapons in Jeremy Kerley, Jeff Cumberland, and injured receivers Santonio Holmes and Stephen Hill. The Jets have stacked up on weapons, especially in the draft, adding big tight end Jace Amaro, Shaq Evans, Jalen Saunders, and Quincey Enunwa. The Jets are leaving Geno with no more reasons to not succeed at quarterback for the Jets in 2014.