New York Jets: 8 Things That Must Change in 2013

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New York Jets: 8 Things That Must Change in 2013
Debby Wong-USA TODAY Sports
Woody Johnson's Jets must resolve financial and personnel issues to compete in 2013.

New York Jets' management, coaches and players are enduring a tumultuous 2012 season. Injuries, sub-par performance and questionable leadership have turned a Super Bowl contender into a playoff pretender.

As the Jets attempt to salvage their dignity in the last games of the year, it's time to think ahead. What must they do to show the fans they've learned from this year's mistakes? More importantly, what must they do to be competitive in 2013?

The steps the Jets must take lie in the following areas:

  • Finance: The Jets need more cap room to sign draft picks and free agents.
  • Public Relations: The Jets must restructure their relationships with the media and repair their relationship with fans.
  • Personnel: The Jets must upgrade their player evaluation and recruitment process to put better talent on the field.
  • Performance: The Jets must recognize and build upon their strengths and maximize roster productivity.

The following slides make more specific recommendations.

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