The New York Jets have made headlines with their recent trade of cornerback Darrelle Revis, but what is being overlooked is the team's need for true offensive playmakers.
The Jets were one of the least explosive offenses in the NFL last season, ranking 12th in rushing yards and 30th in passing yards. There are holes everywhere on this offense, but there is light on the immediate horizon.
There are plenty of talented playmakers ripe for the choosing early in the 2013 draft. New York needs players who can immediately step onto the field and have an impact. Running back Shonn Greene is gone, tight end Dustin Keller is gone and the receiving corps lacks legitimate depth.
It truly is a "pick-your-poison" scenario for new general manager John Idzik, so he will have to be smart with his selections. There are guys at every major offensive skill position who the Jets would be smart to draft.
Projects and guys with potential are great, but sometimes you need real playmakers to add to your roster. Let's look at some players who Idzik could add in the draft to fit New York's offensive scheme and help the team win games this season.