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Last season, the New York Jets suffered a breakdown comparable to the New York Mets. The team came into last season in good shape to compete in the AFC just like they had in years past, but they finished at 8-8 and disappointed a lot of fans in the process.
One can't blame the Jets defense who played very well throughout the season. Most of the blame has to fall on the lack of offense put out by the Jets, namely Mark Sanchez and the horribly underwhelming Santonio Holmes.
Mark Sanchez just signed a beefy extension and the team picked up Tim Tebow, so the change is not going to come in the form of a new QB.
That being said, the Jets need to pick up another offensive threat to not only add to the newly-formed Sanchez/Tebow arsenal, but to motivate the existing weapons to compete, namely Holmes.
Look for the Jets to pick up the best wide receiver available to provide the offensive output and locker-room competition that is needed for the team to return to postseason prominence.
Potential Picks: Alshon Jeffery (South Carolina), Micheal Floyd (Notre Dame)