A lot has changed over the course of the offseason for the New York Jets. Training camp starts up in just a few weeks, unofficially marking the beginning of a fresh start for Gang Green, who stumbled in 2011 and 2012 after previously rising to the upper echelon of the NFL.
The Jets feature a revitalized front office, led by new general manager John Idzik. The team's coaching staff has also been replenished. New offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg boasts a West Coast offense that should point the Jets toward increased efficiency on the attack.
The team's contingency of player personnel is arguably mediocre at best, and it remains to be seen whether or not guys like RB Chris Ivory, WR Jeremy Kerley and TE Jeff Cumberland can rise to the occasion and help improve an offense that ranked near the bottom of the league in every category last year.
The 2013 season is branded as a rebuilding year for the Jets, but head coach Rex Ryan could be out of a job if the team doesn't compete at a high level and battle for a playoff spot.
The following slideshow highlights what every fan needs to know about the 2013 New York Jets: