2. Breece Hall
Due to their offensive struggles throughout the year, it was hard to envision a Jets-skilled player making the Pro Bowl but Breece Hall would have been that playmaker. Hall was one of the bright spots due to his big-play ability and soft hands as a pass-catcher.
The 2022 second-round pick ranks in the Top 10 in scrimmage yards in the NFL with 1,395 total yards. Additionally, Hall is first among running backs in receiving yards (579). The Iowa State product is currently averaging 4.4 yards per carry, which is more than Derrick Henry (3.9), who made the Pro Bowl roster.
Furthermore, Hall also played behind an NFL-high 12 different offensive line combinations. It's tough for a running back to build continuity with a group that is constantly changing. It didn't make things better when teams were loading the box to stop the run.
The Jets are 30th in the NFL in passing yards per game (178.1). The lack of fear for the passing attack trickled down to defenses putting 7-to-8 defenders near the line of scrimmage. Despite all that, Hall made productive plays regularly. Over the past six games, the 22-year-old has reeled in 43 receptions, which leads the team.
The announcement of the Pro Bowl team added fuel to the fire for Hall. He has his eyes on 2024.
With the return of future Hall-of-Fame quarterback Aaron Rodgers and a revamped offensive line, Hall has his goals set high in 2024. The talent is undeniable for the second-year stud and he owns the skillset to achieve everything he's listed above.