The NY Jets' season officially came to an end on Sunday following the team's sluggish 11-6 loss to the Miami Dolphins, but in reality, it feels like it ended a while ago.
Six straight losses to finish the year will be what many remember from this Jets season. The good vibes from the team's 7-4 start have all but disappeared.
Many of the players on this Jets roster will have an opportunity to avenge their late-season collapse next season. However, for others, Sunday was their final game as a member of this organization.
Which players have played their last game with the Jets? We take a look at five potential candidates.
5. Corey Davis, WR, NY Jets
Corey Davis has a role in this Jets' offense and he's done some good things for the team over the last two years, but as a whole, it's hard not to look at the Davis signing as anything other than a disappointment.
The Jets signed Davis to a three-year, $37.5 million contract prior to the 2021 season hoping that he could provide a sense of stability to the team's receiving corps. Unfortunately, he hasn't really been able to do that.
Davis has played just 22 of a possible 34 games in two years with the Jets and dealt with his fair share of drop issues. He's averaged just 33 catches per season during his time with the Jets and failed to find much of a role this year.
Davis' value as a run blocker shouldn't be overlooked, but with an $11.17 million cap hit in 2023, the Jets aren't likely to bring him back at that price point. We could see a Jamison Crowder situation where the Jets force Davis to take a pay cut.
If not, expect the team to move on this offseason. Either way, he won't be back at his current price point.