After a big year in the red zone in 2015, things cooled off in 2016. How did the Jets do targeting their receivers in the red zone? Once again, Pro Football Reference's Play Index is our friend.
Marshall's numbers sure jump out. Last year, Marshall had 11 catches in the same 21 targets and 9 touchdowns in the red zone. Whether it was quarterback play, the receiver falling off, or both, there just wasn't the same connection in scoring range.
The Jets also surely missed Decker's presence for most of the year. He had 10 touchdowns in the red zone.