Showcasing Biggest Strengths and Draft Needs of the New York Jets

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Showcasing Biggest Strengths and Draft Needs of the New York Jets
Debby Wong-USA TODAY Sports

As a team wrought with turmoil throughout the 2012 NFL season, the New York Jets will walk into this offseason with a cavalcade of unanswered questions. 

First and foremost, the fate of both head coach Rex Ryan and general manager Mike Tannenbaum is very much up in the air.  Ryan gets most of the scorn in the media for the Jets' disappointing season, but was handed an ill-equipped roster by his general manager. One (or both) will be scapegoated this offseason, but which one remains to be seen.

Once that's settled, there may be even more purging of the organization when it comes to players. Quarterback Mark Sanchez has been embroiled in a media-led battle with Tim Tebow all season and it seems likely that one of those guys will be headed out of the Big Apple as well. 

With organizational turnover in mind, let's take a look at a complete breakdown of the Jets' roster. We do so by showcasing the team's biggest strengths and pinpointing where management should focus its improvement efforts. 

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