2012 NFL Draft: New York Jets' Biggest Needs

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2012 NFL Draft: New York Jets' Biggest Needs
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Well, that was a waste of a New York Jets season. Didn't Rex Ryan guarantee a Super Bowl? Then why are we all getting ready to watch the New York Giants and the New England Patriots play for the Vince Lombardi Trophy?

Well, it's time to stop whining and realize that just like all non-playoff teams, the Jets will have reinforcements on the way through the draft and free agency.

Some Jets fans may want to make drastic moves, such as bringing in a new QB for the disappointing Mark Sanchez or to cut team malcontent Santonio Holmes to get his attitude problem as far away from the locker room as possible.

But, if you look beyond just the glamour positions of QB and the typical diva wide receiver, it is clear to see that this team has more problems that they have to deal with.

The Jets are not going to give up on a Sanchez, a third-year player who led the team to two AFC Championship games, so quickly. They are also not going to cut Santonio Holmes, the former Super Bowl MVP and possibly their best receiver, after rewarding him with a five-year deal.

Besides a shrink, here are the Jets' five biggest needs.

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