Now that the annual NFL Scouting Combine is over, the time is now for the Jets and all of the other teams to digest the results and determine whether or not they need to make any adjustments to their draft board.
The combine may provide clues as to how good or bad a player is, but it is not the whole picture by any means. Finding a way to use the combine results to make adjustments to a draft board, not wholesale changes, is the best way to derive results from the combine.
For the Jets, the focus will clearly be on the skill positions given their massive needs at the position. The combine will give them a chance to pick apart the small differences that separate what is a strong group of wide receivers and tight ends.
Here are eight takeaways the Jets can make from this year's combine.
*All combine results courtesy of NFL.com.