The New York Jets fell short of the playoffs in 2013. While they made a few key additions, it's fair to wonder whether they have truly put themselves in position to contend for a playoff spot.
Geno Smith (or potentially Michael Vick) will actually have at least one quality receiver to target with Eric Decker on the field, but besides Decker and Jeremy Kerley, there are still significant questions at wide receiver.
Other than Decker, most of the Jets' offseason moves were a wash. Signing Dimitri Patterson is a nice move in response to releasing Antonio Cromartie, and while the Jets could be better off for moving on from Cromartie, there are still significant questions for the Jets in the secondary. They also lost right tackle Austin Howard, but signed Breno Giacomini to replace him.
It's important that the Jets not only maintain the status quo, but improve upon last season in order to ensure that Rex Ryan remains the head coach. How will they do?