Santonio Holmes, Stephen Hill, Jeremy Kerley, David Nelson
When Santonio Holmes has been on the field, he has been rather explosive. He had a breakout game against the Buffalo Bills, accounting for three big plays that turned out to be the difference in the game.
Problem is, Holmes is never on the field—his hamstring issues have kept him sidelined for several games. Holmes is a great player when he has been available, but he simply has not been reliable, so far, this season.
Meanwhile, Stephen Hill's sophomore campaign is developing into a disappointment. Hill has had a few spectacular games, generating huge plays with his speed, but he has a tendency to disappear for weeks at a time.
Hill has just 19 receptions on the year. While he's not the type of receiver to lead the team in catches, the Jets need him to be more consistent on a week-to-week basis.
Kerley has solidified himself as one of the better slot receivers in the NFL, developing into Geno Smith's favorite third-down target.
However, he did have a quiet stretch that led to his low reception total (24), but he should get more one-on-one looks as Holmes and Kellen Winslow return to the lineup.
The midseason addition has proven his worth already, as he led the Jets in catches against the Bengals. Nelson has been great at making contested catches to help out his rookie quarterback.