DUD: Jarrad Davis, LB, NY Jets
Jarrad Davis entered this week with a Pro Football Focus grade of 28.7 which would have ranked dead last among all linebackers had he played enough snaps to qualify.
Davis had been a liability since he returned which is why it was no surprise to see him benched in favor of Quincy Williams. The former Detroit Lions draft bust found his way back onto the field following a couple of injuries, but still looked lost.
The Jets made Davis a priority free-agent signing inking him on the first day of free agency. But after just three games, it's clear that he's a downgrade from the rookies and waiver-wire claims that make up the Jets linebacker room.
This was a swing and a miss for Joe Douglas.
STUD: Elijah Moore, WR, NY Jets
Elijah Moore has officially established himself as the undisputed top wide receiver on the Jets. And his performance on Sunday solidified that notion.
Moore was the biggest stud of the day with a career-best performance that saw him finish with eight catches for 141 yards and a touchdown. It was the most receiving yards by a rookie receiver in jets history since Rob Moore's 175 back in 1990.
Moore now has 18 catches for 284 yards and four touchdowns over his last three games and has firmly established himself as one of the focal points of this Jets offense.
The Jets might have hit a home run with the Elijah Moore pick. He's the real deal.