Most people would say the New York Jets had a pretty effective offseason.
Coming off a surprising 8-8 season that saw the team compete for a postseason spot in a weak AFC, the Jets were expected to add to a young, talented roster in an attempt to make the next step in 2014.
John Idzik and Co. did just that, as they brought in a talented and productive wide receiver in Eric Decker, an explosive running back in Chris Johnson and a high-end backup in Michael Vick in free agency, as well as a hard-hitting safety and an NFL-ready tight end in the draft.
However, the Jets didn't make all the moves necessary for the team to emerge as serious contenders in the AFC next season.
Whether it be not using their cap space to full effect or making the most out of their league-high draft selections, Gang Green made some mistakes that they may come to regret in the near-future.
With that said, here are five moves New York should have made this offseason but failed to do so.
All salary cap information has been provided by Spotrac.