After a heartbreaking 29-26 overtime loss to the New England Patriots in Foxborough this week, the New York Jets enter the midway point of the season at 3-4 and are one game out of first place in the AFC East.
Despite the losing record, New York is firmly in the playoff hunt, and they seem to just be clicking on both sides of the ball.
Additionally, the team faces a cake-walk schedule for the rest of the year.
New York has had some players step up after some key injuries, and their starting lineups on both sides of the ball are above-average.
However, depth in the NFL is too often overlooked.
Adding it at the trade deadline could determine whether or not the Jets are playoff contenders or a phony in the division race.