Personnel: The Jets have a formidable front line in their 3-4 base defense. Wilkerson and the other defensive end, Sheldon Richardson, who are recent first-round draft picks, are big, disruptive players and Damon Harrison, who went undrafted in 2012, has been good at nose tackle. This secondary just isn't the same after the offseason trade of star cornerback Darrelle Revis. Antonio Cromartie is a boom-or-bust player and first-round draft pick Dee Milliner has looked like a rookie. The Jets recently signed Ed Reed and are pairing him with another former Ravens safety, Dawan Landry, in the starting lineup. Often lining up deep in the secondary, Reed made just three tackles and was a non-factor in coverage. Offensively, they haven't surrounded Smith with much talent at the skill positions besides running back Chris Ivory and wide receiver Santonio Holmes, and those guys are nothing special.