This will be one of the most important offseasons in the recent history of the New York Jets. There are likely to be plenty of changes in management, which will undoubtedly effect the way the Jets approach the draft.
With Mark Sanchez reverted to holding a clipboard, the Jets need to address the quarterback position. With a weak free-agent class, doing so through the draft makes the most sense, especially from an economical standpoint.
Based on their current record, the Jets will likely be picking somewhere around the 12-16 range, which certainly affects their chances at nabbing one of the top passers in the draft without trading up.
Here is an early seven-round Jets mock draft.