Two weeks of training camp are in the books and the New York Jets steadily move toward definitive answers to multiple question marks across the depth chart.
The most notable competition in Jets camp is gaining stream. Wanna-be starting quarterback Geno Smith has exploded on scene to take an edge over the incumbent, Mark Sanchez.
The favorable situation that now faces Smith is subject to a lack of improvement on Sanchez's part and Smith's surprising knack to run new offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg's offense.
On the defensive front, Antonio Allen has reclaimed the front seat in the starting safety battle, opposite veteran Dawan Landry. Muhammad Wilkerson is quietly mounting an impressive training camp and Quinton Coples is rising to a formidable state as a blitz-happy, outside linebacker.
The following slideshow assesses which players are rising and falling through two weeks of Jets training camp: