At 4-7, the Jets already have a lot of their fans looking forward to the offseason schedule.
Playoff hopes are slim, and fans can always find some hope in the promise of a high-draft pick or free agent signing reversing a team's fortunes in the offseason.
This is a pivotal offseason for the Jets, a time to reflect and strategize as to whether they are ready to win now, or if they need to commit to taking a season or two to rebuild in order to become a legitimate AFC contender.
Before the Jets can focus on available unrestricted free agents, the Jets need to make several key decisions about current personnel.
Once they've done that, they can look to the draft to fill the holes that have been left behind, but they must change their approach when evaluating college players.
There are a lot of considerations to be made, and with the current trajectory of the team, the coaches and front office should have plenty of time to stew over them.