Apart from a few established veterans such as Nick Mangold, David Harris and D'Brickashaw Ferguson, the Jets will mainly be relying upon young players with just two or three years of experience at the professional level in 2014-15.
Many of these youngsters have already had some decent success in the NFL, though, as they helped lead New York to a surprising eight wins a year ago.
There are some youngsters who should play major roles this season, but whether they can contribute remains a serious question mark.
These players need a lot of attention from the coaching staff during training camp and must show signs of development this offseason.
Click through to see five project players to watch when training camp kicks off in two weeks.