The 2014 NFL season is quickly approaching, as every team has commenced organized team activities and are now getting ready to begin mandatory minicamps.
After a busy offseason, the New York Jets enter the summer months with decently high expectations for the upcoming year.
Many fans and experts believe Gang Green, who surprisingly won eight games a year ago, could compete for a postseason spot if Geno Smith develops into a more complete passer.
However, success in 2014 depends on more than just Smith's performance.
New York needs several unproven players to make major contributions, as several key positional units lack talent and depth in case injuries strike.
With that said, let's take a look at the Jets' deepest and thinnest positions ahead of 2014.