This locker room will survive the season (Bold Statement #6). With that said, I think the entire league is waiting to see what the Tebow wildcat system looks like, and it might be tough to stop for the entire season (think Dolphins Wildcat).
I think their offensive line will be stronger this year, especially with the competition at RT between Austin Howard and local sieve, Wayne Hunter. The rest of the offensive line makes for a top 5 in this league.
Wide receiver Stephen Hill seems NFL-ready, based on the fact that he was running well in training camp and week 1 of preseason. Regarding Santonio, he doesn’t talk when the Jets win and he gets the ball, and I think it will be easier to get him the ball this season in a run-first offense with three competent receivers.
Jeremy Kerley is a good slot man. The running backs are all pretty decent, although Joe McKnight did show some big play ability in the preseason, possibly giving him the third down back duties.
The defense really needs no introduction. Now in a 4-3 defense, they have great coaches everywhere. Starting off is former Vikings D-line coach Karl Dunbar at the defensive line. Then, linebackers coach Bob Sutton is a former defensive coordinator.
Lastly, defensive backs coach Dennis Thurman was going to be interviewed for the Raiders Defensive Coordinator job in 2011, but Rex Ryan did not allow him. He also coached defensive backs in Baltimore at the times of Samari Rolle, Chris McAllister and Ed Reed.
Now, onto the players. The defensive line for the four-man front is one of the most potential-filled in football, starting with the trio of Sione Pouha/Kenrick Ellis/Mike DeVito at the tackles and Quinton Coples as well as Mo Wilkerson at end. The linebackers are okay, headlined by David Harris, and the defensive backs are some of the best in the NFL.