This has been an offseason of great implications for the New York Jets. Coming off a disappointing 8-8 campaign with a reeling quarterbacks and key decisions to make on aging veterans, Mike Tannenbaum had to be at his best.
In most respects, the Jets dealt with their issues efficiently. They made necessary changes to the coaching staff, signed a few key free agents and filled many holes in the draft.
They did not however, find a way to fill the gaping hole at right tackle or find a ball-hawk free safety.
With that said, here are the best and worst moves of the 2011 offseason.