Wilson is a surefire Week 1 starter and should enjoy a better environment than Sam Darnold did the last few years. Robert Saleh should offer more competency than Adam Gase and Mike LaFleur should solidify an offense after spending the last few seasons as Kyle Shanahan’s passing game coordinator in San Francisco. The receivers are also better. The Jets signed Corey Davis, who just had a breakout season with the Titans, and also added veteran Keelan Cole from the Jaguars. The Jets drafted Elijah Moore, who is drawing rave reviews during offseason activities. Jamison Crowder, Denzel Mims and Braxton Berrios return, so the Jets’ receiving corps is certainly deeper than last season. Wilson fared very well in my rookie quarterback model, posting top 11 projections in completion percentage, touchdown percentage, yards per attempt, interception percentage and projected rushing touchdowns. The model projects Wilson for 16.9 rushing yards per game, which should offer a nice floor.