2010 NFL Draft: New York Jets Team Needs

March 22, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

After a disappointing ending with Brett Favre in 2008, the New York Jets kicked Eric Mangini to the curb, released Favre, and officially started over.
Accepting what they had been doing wasn't working was the tough part. However, then they moved on quickly, hired a defensive guru in Rex Ryan, and found a new offensive nucleus in rookies Mark Sanchez and Shonn Greene.
It took almost the entire season and a deep playoff run to the AFC Championship game to figure it all out, but Ryan's crew seems to be stacked to contend in the AFC East for years to come.
The true future of this team undoubtedly hinges on the development of their star rookie quarterback, but if the off-season has been any indication, at least the Jets' faithful know that the front office is doing everything in it's power to make life easy on Sanchez and the offense.
Biggest Needs: WR, QB, OL Depth
The Jets couldn't keep a good thing going, as they cut Thomas Jones loose, ...

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