New York Jets Begin Eventful Offseason: What Next?

March 8, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Antonio Cromartie in. Kerry Rhodes out.
Nick Folk in. Lito Sheppard out.
A few draft picks in, and Thomas Jones out.
But have the Jets opened up more holes than they filled?
If you asked me right after the season where the Jets need help, I would've told you (in order of importance): cornerback, linebacker who can pass-rush, safety, and wide receiver.
I don't consider there to be a hole at running back that necessarily needs to be filled. Leon Washington and Shonn Greene are capable of taking all the carries each game, but the Jets might want to consider adding some depth in case of an injury to either back.
That hole at cornerback was filled when the Jets swapper a 3rd/2nd round conditional pick in 2011 for San Diego All Pro cornerback Antonio Cromartie. They now have a cornerback that is very capable of covering top receivers only being asked to cover the opposition's second best pass-catcher.
But there are still holes at the other three positions l...

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