Your views: Consensus on the key Jets for 2019 proves elusive

Yesterday, we borrowed an idea from twitter and got you to make your Jets picks for 2019 in seven categories; most overrated, most underrated, best player, key new addition, player who could surprise, player who will take a leap and player on a prove-it year.

Adding up the totals gives a clear picture of just how warped and disparate fan perception is heading into the season.

Most overrated: Clearly based more on the coaching staff's assessment than fan/media perception, Jonotthan Harrison won this vote, albeit just one ahead of Brian Winters, Darryl Roberts and CJ Mosley. Leonard Williams, Le'Veon Bell and Trumaine Johnson also got multiple votes.

Most underrated: 17 different players received votes in this category, making it easily the widest spread of candidates. Darron Lee won by one vote over Johnson with Quincy Enunwa and Leonard Williams being the only other two to get multiple votes.

Fun Fact: The following players received votes for most overrated AND most underrated: Leonard Williams, Johnson, Roberts, Mosley, Lee, Robby Anderson and Kelvin Beachum. Williams and Johnson had multiple votes in each category.

In fact the only players in the overrated category that didn't also receive votes for most underrated were Sam Darnold, Harrison, Winters, Henry Anderson and Bell.

There were nine players that received votes for most underrated that didn't also receive votes for most overrated, though.

Best Player: Unsurprisingly, Jamal Adams won this vote in a landslide, with Quinnen Williams in second place and Darnold and Bell the only other players with multiple votes.

Key new addition: While Bell won this vote, Mosley, Jamison Crowder, Quinnen Williams and Kelechi Osemele also had multiple votes. Jachai Polite, Adam Gase and Gregg Williams were the only other players to get a vote.

Surprise package: 13 different players scored votes here with Polite edging out Parry Nickerson by one vote. Roberts, Elijah McGuire and Trevon Wesco also scored multiple votes.

Taking a leap: On this occasion, it was Darnold who won this category in a landslide with Robby Anderson in second place. Seven other players got votes, including two each for Brandon Shell, Roberts, Marcus Maye and Leonard Williams.

Prove-it season: This was the most tightly contested vote with Maye and Leonard Williams tied for the lead, one ahead of Robby Anderson, Darnold and Johnson. Enunwa and Winters also had multiple votes.

The forgotten man: It was also interesting to see which high-profile players didn't get a single mention in any category. Easily the highest-profile player to fall within this category is Avery Williamson. Other potential contributors with no votes include Brandon Copeland, Frankie Luvu and Ty Montgomery.