New York Jets: How Should the Most Pressing Needs Be Addressed?

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New York Jets: How Should the Most Pressing Needs Be Addressed?
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Hopefully that "Coples" name-tag becomes "Warmack" this April

There was a point during the season when fans were saying, "I can't wait until it's over" but, given salary cap issues, lack of talent and a new general manager, now fans are repeating themselves.

What may seem like the most challenging job in sports management, Jets GM John Idzik will definitely have his work cut out for him in the offseason.

While it may be easiest to complain that Mark Sanchez needs to be replaced at quarterback, there are many positions that the Jets must improve to be considered relevant again.

Fans have brought up needs at quarterback, running back, wide receiver, offensive tackle, nose tackle, outside linebacker, and inside linebacker.

If Dustin Keller, Matt Slauson, Brandon Moore, Yeremiah Bell and LaRon Landry head to free agency, add tight end, offensive guard (two) and safety (two) to the long list of priority positions to address.

Suffice it to say, this offseason will make or break the New York Jets for the next five years. Now let's take a look at each position.

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