Grading New York Jets' Positional Units at the First Quarter Mark

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Grading New York Jets' Positional Units at the First Quarter Mark
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As disappointing as last week's loss was, the Jets still stand at a respectable 2-2 thanks to quality defense and a few timely throws from rookie quarterback Geno Smith. 

While the Jets have been much more competitive than most thought they would be before the season, they have a glaring turnover and penalty problem that is holding them back from having an even better record. 

The following grades will be based on how well a unit is performing relative to expectations. For example, Bilal Powell is no Adrian Peterson, but he has had as good a start to the season as anyone could have hoped.

Here are grades for each positional unit on the Jets through the first four games. 

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