The team took some strides offensively in new offensive coordinator Marty Morhinweg's West Coast attack, but needs to vastly improve to compete at a high level in 2013.
On the flip side, the defense was mostly stout, yielding just 4.74 yards per play. The starting unit played most of the first half and surrendered just ten points, although Detroit backup QB Shaun Hill led the attack.
The regular season starts-up in less than four weeks and the Jets still have a lot they need to accomplish. The on-going QB competition is still in effect. In addition, several starting spots on both sides of the football are up for grabs.
Some players helped solidify their status as a lock on the eventual 53-man roster, while others have floundered into the depths of bubble-trouble.
The following examines winners and losers from Week 2 of Jets training camp: