Trading Revis was inevitable, but plenty of uncertainty surrounded the Jets in terms of who the team would pick in the draft's first round.
Those questions were answered on Thursday night.
The Jets drafted Alabama cornerback Dee Milliner and former Missouri defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson at No.9 and No. 13 overall. The team's two selections filled massive roster voids, but more needs to be accomplished if the Jets expect to compete at a high level this season.
The team remains stagnant at multiple positions across the depth chart, including quarterback.
Day two is undoubtedly another crucial component for the Jets moving forward as they stare down a multitude of critical roster gaps like tight end and wide receiver.
The following slideshow breaks down five players the Jets should target on day two of the 2013 NFL draft.