Did you know the Jets have tight ends? Over the last two seasons who would have better luck seeing Bigfoot instead of catches from a tight end.
After missing two gamers for his suspension Austin Seferian-Jenkins returned to the Jets lineup and reminded New York that you can actually throw to a tight end. Seferian-Jenkins was solid tying for a team high five receptions on six targets for 31 yards. It may not have been the stats that would make fantasy owners salivate, but it gives the Jets another wrinkle in their offense.
With the tight end position and Kerley, New York now has two solid interior passing options that can move the chains while Anderson and Kearse can stretch the field on the outside. Still it’s nice to see the Jets actually have a tight end that can catch.