The biggest areas of concern facing the New York Jets this summer waver toward the development of second-year quarterback Geno Smith and whether his supporting cast will be sufficient enough to improve upon an offense that struggled to score points in 2013.
New York ranked 29th in scoring offense last season, managing just 18.1 points per game.
Offensive efficiency isn't the singular concern plaguing the Jets this summer, though. New York must also utilize player personnel already in place to shore up a secondary that yielded a mediocre 246.7 net passing yards per game in 2013. As a team, the Jets allowed 24.2 points per game.
New York is hoping that rookie safety Calvin Pryor can have an immediate positive impact on defense while it's also confident that rookie tight end Jace Amaro can help increase the potency of Marty Mornhinweg's West Coast offense.
For the Jets to succeed in 2014, they need key contributors to stay healthy and for their crop of younger players to develop quickly. They also need Smith to demonstrate the ability to take his game to the next level.
A lot needs to go right for the Jets to reach the playoffs in the upcoming season.
The following slideshow examines five key areas of concern the Jets are facing in training camp: