6 Things That Must Change for the New York Jets in 2013

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6 Things That Must Change for the New York Jets in 2013
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2012 was a disappointing year for the New York Jets. While most of the pieces remain from the team that went to back-to-back AFC Championship games in 2009 and 2010, this past season's version of the team was ineffective and earned only six victories.

Many changes are coming into effect this offseason. The Jets have already hired a new general manager and a new offensive coordinator. Several assistant coaches, including the offensive line coach, have been let go.

There are a slew of aspects of this team that need to be different in 2013, ranging from the cap to the roster to the game plans. Many of the pieces are there, as evidenced by their impressive success only two years ago. However, the Jets have significant work to do to achieve further success with the talent they have and the new pieces they will be acquiring in the coming months.

Here are the six most important changes that must happen in New York in order for 2013 to be a better year for the Jets.

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