NY Jets: 4 players whose stock is falling following preseason Week 2

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The NY Jets are now less than three weeks away from the start of the regular season. Two preseason games are in the books leaving just one to go.

For a number of players fighting for roster spots and/or competing for starting jobs, the next week or so will be crucial as they look to make one final impression on the coaching staff.

The Jets emerged victorious in their first preseason outing topping the NY Giants in the annual "Snoopy Bowl" by a final score of 12-7. And they remained undefeated following a 23-14 victory over the Green Bay Packers this past Saturday.

Through two preseason games, we're beginning to get a much better feel for this Jets roster. Roles are being established, playing time is being determined, and the 53-man roster picture is getting clearer.

Just like in Week 1, this week's preseason game saw a number of players shine and improve their stock.

Zach Wilson made a statement with a phenomenal showing against Green Bay's reserves. Players like Corey Davis and Tyler Kroft made their presence felt on offense. Matt Ammendola made his case to be the Jets' Week 1 with a strong performance.

But just as there were plenty of standouts, a few less fortunate players didn't find the same success.

Let's take a look at four players whose stock is falling following the Jets' second preseason game.