The 6 Biggest Keys to the New York Jets' 2012 NFL Free-Agency Strategy

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The 6 Biggest Keys to the New York Jets' 2012 NFL Free-Agency Strategy
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After a highly disappointing season that saw them finish at a mediocre mark of 8-8 and miss the playoffs for the first time under Rex Ryan, the Jets need to make some serious offseason moves.

Upgrading through free agency and draft is essential for the Jets to get back to the promised land. 

Currently, New York is $700,000 over the salary cap. However, with the carryover from last year's cap space, as well as the restructuring of D'Brickashaw Ferguson's contract, the Jets should have an estimated $7,716,834 in cap space to spend in free agency. 

That gives Gang Green relative financial flexibility, and they should be able to spend moderately in free agency this March.

Here are the six keys to the Jets' free-agency strategy this offseason. 

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