Landing Chris Ivory would help shore up the RB position. Of our 2 first round picks, one should be an O Lineman, the other a TE (Tyler Eifert)
The Jets biggest problem last year was the lack of any weapons for Sanchez. He's shown that he can be a "good enough" QB so long as he has them. From what I saw, the O-line was ok, albeit nothing special (like secondaries, the grass is always greener on the other side when it comes to O-lines). Despite losing Revis, the Jets defense was actually decent, but again, nothing special.
This year, if the Jets have a receivng corps of Austin, Holmes and Eiffert, a better running back than Greene (which is virtually anyone that you could put in pads), along with a coordinator that isn't a total disaster, you might actually have something. As Dolphins fan, I would be very uneasy facing that attack, as opposed to having to go up against a better guard and a defensive end that won't be game changer.
Maybe they get lucky and get a competent QB in the second or third round who can make something of it if Sanchez continues to regress.
As I said though, I hope that the Jets continue to draft players that aren't game breakers like Coples and Kyle Wilson.
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