The New York Jets may be just a few weeks away from opening the season against the Oakland Raiders, but they have at least as many questions to answer over the next three games than they had at the start of training camp.
Thanks in large part to injuries, the secondary will need to undergo even more renovations with players changing positions and rookies entering the lineup for the first time.
The offensive depth chart is a bit more stable, but there is a glaring lack of production that still needs to be addressed. Geno Smith is still expected to be the starting quarterback, but he needs to do more on the field to convince his superiors of his abilities and that he's the right man for the job.
Here are the remaining questions the Jets need to answer before the season starts.