The New York Jets brought in safety Laron Landry, a physical specimen who has never lived up to expectations.
In another move you may have heard of, they traded for Tim Tebow. Unless Tony Sparano is an offensive genius, the addition of Tebow will not help them win anything but headlines. Tebow comes in as Sanchez's backup and will have special plays designed for him. Again, unless Sparano surprises all of us, I doubt these plays will help the Jets win games.
There is a saying in the NFL that is proved true year after year: "If you have two quarterbacks, you really don't have one at all." Tebow is far from a conventional quarterback, and they are backing Sanchez as the starter now and in the future, but what happens when Sanchez struggles with inconsistency, something that has been a staple of his career thus far?
New York did not improve its greatest weaknesses. It still doesn't have a pass-rusher and did not find a ground-and-pound back. Shonn Greene has proved he is not that guy, and there were some big names the team passed on in free agency.