The NFL Draft is only a little over two weeks away, and teams are starting to really focus on the holes that must be filled on their roster.
It is well known that the New York Jets biggest hole is on the defensive line, where they could really use either an end or a nose tackle.
The Jets also have assorted other positions that need to be filled including safety, wide receiver and defensive back.
One position that there has been little talk about—but the Jets may go after late in the draft—is quarterback.
While the Jets have Mark Sanchez as their quarterback for the future, behind him is a very old veteran in Mark Brunell and maybe Kellen Clemens depending on free agency.
With this in mind the Jets could very well add a quarterback at the back end in the draft in case Sanchez were to go down with an injury as he did last year.
The following slide show includes 10 candidates the Jets could select as a back-up quarterback late in the draft.
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