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The most controversial team in the NFL—love them or hate them, the Jets have proved over the last two seasons they have the ability to challenge for top honours.
Mark Sanchez, while not looking close to the standard of an elite quarterback, proved that he could still lead his team when it mattered most, with the highlight arguably being knocking out key rivals the New England Patriots in the Divisional Round of the playoffs at Foxboro.
Sanchez has now tied the record for all-time playoff wins on the road after just two seasons and seems to thrive under pressure.
It's a difficult one to call since the team has a number of free agents that have yet to be re-signed or officially let go. If Santonio Holmes, Antonio Cromartie and Braylon Edwards all leave the team this summer, then they'll need more than one pick to be able to challenge at the top again.
If they re-sign some of them, though, and get the one decent draft pick they'll be looking for, it could be third time lucky for the men in green.