New York Jets Roster Still Has Holes

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New York Jets Roster Still Has Holes
There are still some holes in the Jets roster after their 2009 draft. They traded up twice, but only made three picks. Their biggest challenge now will be to find some weapons for rookie quarterback Mark Sanchez. 

Jerricho Cotchery is an excellent No. 2 possession receiver, but the Jets lack the speed to stretch the field. Marvin Harrison will certainly not provide the burst he used to, but he would be a great mentor for young Chansi Stuckey and David Clowney. 

The other problem the Jets face is that they have not had a blocking tight end since they let Anthony Becht go to free agency after the 2004 season.  Becht was a big part of the success that Curtis Martin had on the ground. 

Unrestricted free agent Mark Campbell could be a nice plug for that hole. 

These weaknesses will not be overly glaring due to the fact that the Jets addressed their needs for a franchise quarterback and a back with the ability to pound the ball. 

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