4. What are the biggest QB storylines to watch at OTAs and training camp?
As mentioned, the Jets went out in the offseason and completely overhauled this offense, adding three new tight ends, as well as a new running back and a top wide receiver. So how are all these new pieces going to blend with No. 2?
The Jets' social media has teased fans already with connections to Tyler Conklin and Garrett Wilson (along with his two favorite targets in Elijah Moore and Braxton Berrios), and this is something to pay very close attention to.
Keeping an eye on Mike White's improvement will be key too because if he becomes a genuinely good player in the NFL, he will be invaluable to this franchise and will allow the Jets to keep this room together for a few years or even move him for an asset.
5. Predictions for the 2022 NY Jets QB depth chart?
The Jets are going to go as far as Zach Wilson takes them in 2022, and with a tough schedule, it's hard to see him putting up elite-level numbers, but that doesn't mean he can't be good.
With stiff competition, Wilson might struggle early, but considering the stretch run he has in the second half, as well as the growing experience his young weapons will get, we could see a very productive year from Zach Wilson.
If we are looking to make a prediction, it will be that Wilson steps up and wins several games on his own back, such as we saw in the Tennessee Titans game in his rookie campaign.
If we are looking for a statistical prediction, it would have the young QB throwing between 20-25 touchdowns with 10-15 interceptions, and around 3,500 yards. A respectable season, and a huge improvement from his disappointing 2021 campaign.