Reassessing the Jets' Offseason Plan and Breaking Down What's Left to Address

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Reassessing the Jets' Offseason Plan and Breaking Down What's Left to Address
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The New York Jets headed into this offseason with one primary objective: to make a team that won a surprising eight games last year a legitimate postseason contender.

The Jets entered the offseason with a boatload of holes throughout the roster, and with staggering cap space available, the team was able to address most of these concerns.

John Idzik and Co. enhanced a previously-abysmal receiving corps with the addition of Eric Decker and, to a lesser extent, Jacoby Ford while bringing in former Pro Bowler Michael Vick to compete with Geno Smith at quarterback.

The team also fixed several holes by re-signing players who were productive last year (Calvin Pace, Willie Colon and Jeff Cumberland).

However, New York is nowhere near completing its offseason plan.

Gang Green still has needs throughout the roster that the front office needs to address in order for the Jets to improve upon their eight-win season.

Click through to see the five things New York still has to do to emerge as a legitimate playoff contender next season.

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