New general manager John Idzik is tearing down the New York Jets and starting over. The early stage of free agency was a strong indication of the direction the franchise has chosen to take.
Last season's version of the Jets, in terms of roster construction, was a sad attempt to revamp an old formula that had landed the team in the AFC title game for consecutive seasons.
Now, the remains are left over and the rebuilding process is in full force.
The Jets lack depth at several key positions on offense and defense. They're deprived of playmakers, specifically on offense, and have a crumbling defense that currently features just four starters from last season, barring a seemingly inevitable trade involving star cornerback Darrelle Revis.
The following is a breakdown of the Jets' 53-man depth chart that assesses the potential outlook for each position in 2013.