The NFL offseason is well under way, so it's of course time to take a look at the Draft. The Jets have some needs this offseason after missing the Super Bowl by one game for the second straight season.
They can go into free agency to get these players of need, but they can also make some splashes in late April.
The last two drafts for the Jets have produced mixed results. In 2009 was one of the best picks in team history, trading up to choose Mark Sanchez. Last season, the Jets chose corner back Kyle Wilson, who still has a lot of work to do in the upcoming season to prove himself.
So, what will the Jets do this time around? They have one major need, and here are the five positions the Jets must address at this year's Draft.