2022 NY Jets Stats Leaders
|Passing Yards||Zach Wilson||1,688|
|Passing TD||Zach Wilson||6|
|Rushing Yards||Breece Hall||463|
|Rushing TD||Breece Hall||4|
|Receiving Yards||Garrett Wilson||996|
|Receiving TD||Garrett Wilson||4|
|Tackle for Loss||Quinnen Williams||12|
|Passes Defended||Sauce Gardner||16|
|Fumbles Forced||Quinnen Williams||12|
|Fumbles Recovered||C.J. Mosley|
|Kick Return Avg||Braxton Berrios||22.9|
|Punt Return Avg||Braxton Berrios||11.9|
|Scoring (Points)||Greg Zuerlein||106|
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Your 2022 New York Jets are all about the youth, and if it’s youth you want, it’s youth you’re going to get.
After the first two games of the season, rookie wide receiver Garrett Wilson was on a historic pace in many regards. His two-touchdown performance in Cleveland against the Browns put him atop the Jets’ receiving leaderboard. The Ohio State product currently leads the Jets with 71 receptions, 966 yards and four receiving touchdowns through Week 16.
Courtesy of the Jets’ quarterback carousel this season, nobody has taken a firm hold of the team’s passing statistics. While Zach Wilson leads the team in passing yards and touchdowns, it’s Mike White’s team (barring injury) from here on out.
With 463 yards on the ground, rookie Breece Hall still leads the team in rushing (in spite of his IR designation), while Sauce Gardner’s 16 pass deflections lead that category.
Big man Quinnen Williams leads the Jets defense with 12 sacks and 12 tackles for loss, while C.J. Mosley is the tackle stalwart with 142 in total.
New York Jets stats for the 2021 NFL season is about rookie, rookie and rookie.
Rookie quarterback Zach Wilson, rookie running back Michael Carter and rookie wide receiver Elijah Moore currently lead the New York Jets in passing yards, rushing yards and receiving yards through 14 weeks of the 2021 NFL season.
Yes, Joe Douglas‘s team is a young one, but he’s hoping it’ll pay dividends moving forward.
Defensively, Robert Saleh‘s unit is firmly ranked dead last, whereas Mike LaFleur‘s offense is hovering in the middle of the pack in many offensive categories.
The 2022 version of the New York Jets stats is looking to build upon what looks to be an already sound foundation.
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