4. Randall Cobb, WR (Jets)
I think at this point, it's safe to say that just about everyone who joined the New York Jets' offense in 2023 has been a miserable failure.
The injury to Aaron Rodgers was not in his power to control, but everything that has transpired in New York since that injury has been one of the hardest things to witness in the NFL this season. And by hard to witness, I of course mean that most of us would rather be stepping on LEGO blocks than watching the New York Jets' offense for any period of time.
New York's passing game is non-existent. They are the Iowa Hawkeyes of the NFL, and a special shoutout to anyone who is reading this and that statement resonates with.
Unfortunately, former Dallas Cowboys receiver Randall Cobb is part of the you-know-what show going on in New York, catching just three passes for 20 yards in six games this season. I'm not sure how hard you can really be on Cobb here because of the combination of his age and the incompetence of Jets quarterback Zach Wilson, but it's safe to say that things haven't worked out for Cobb (or anyone) with the Jets this season.