5 Bold Predictions for New York Jets' Offseason Agenda

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5 Bold Predictions for New York Jets' Offseason Agenda
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The New York Jets and new general manager John Idzik need to make some bold moves to become competitive.  There’s no doubt about it. 

Some of the glaring holes the Jets need to fill are at quarterback, running back, outside linebacker, defensive line and the secondary.

But because of some of the ridiculous contracts for Santonio Holmes, Calvin Pace, Bart Scott and Mark Sanchez (duh), the Jets are in a terrible financial position in terms of the salary cap. 

The Jets won’t be big players in free agency, but there should be a fairly big exodus of current Jets into the free-agent market.  To make things worse, most of the Jets’ free agents are starters. 

New York is not very predictable, and we can really only speculate as to how the front office will handle this offseason.  

But here goes.

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