The New York Jets, 8-8 a year ago, spent the offseason revamping a roster littered with holes.
John Idzik Jr. and Gang Green's front office brought in former Pro Bowlers Chris Johnson and Michael Vick, along with Eric Decker and Breno Giacomini, to instill life into the offense.
New York also selected two instant contributors in safety Calvin Pryor and tight end Jace Amaro in the first two rounds of the draft.
But will the moves result in an overall better roster, and perhaps the Jets' first playoff appearance since 2010?
It's time to diagnose the strengths and weaknesses of New York's roster, beginning with the weakest positional units and ending with the strongest.
In judging the impact of each unit, I considered their performance last year, how additions or subtractions affected them, and if any players are bound to improve or regress this upcoming season.
With that said, here are my rankings of the Jets' positional units.