2013 New York Jets: Pro Football Focus Players of the Year

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Dec 29, 2013; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; New York Jets wide receiver Jeremy Kerley (11) during a game against the Miami Dolphins at Sun Life Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

JEREMY KERLEY: Even though he played in only 12 games due to injury, Jeremy Kerley was PFF’s Jets’ Offensive Player of the Year. His stats were modest, with 43 receptions for 523 yards and three touchdown, but again, he did spend time on the injured list.

His overall grade for the year was a 5.1, and he posted a grade of 4.2 in the passing game, good for second best on the team. Second place was Kellen Winslow with an overall grade of 4.9.

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Topics: Damon Harrison, Jeremy Kerley, New York Jets

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  • Paul Newbold

    Kerley is an exceptional athlete, one of those guys you love to root for. He’s not very durable, but the kid plays all out every snap! The fact that Winslow is #2 shows how bad the Jets were in the receiving game. He had a few moments, but the knees are gone and between the injury and the suspension he only made a ripple, not the splash he was expected to bring. If the Jets have the chance to draft Ebron or Amaro, Winslow will be soon forgotten!

    • TheJetPress

      I agree if one of those big tight ends is on the scene, there will be no more Kellen

  • Paul Newbold

    Snacks was a monster, one of the “diamonds in the rough” that actually glowed this season. Richardson had an awesome year, shutting up the critics with one of the best rookie seasons for a Jet in many many years!

    • TheJetPress

      Both of those guys were just great.

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