The NFL lockout is over! Football is back and teams will get back to work shortly. Fans, players, and owners are happy to finally prepare for the 2011 season but there are still a plethora of questions that all 32 teams are going to have to address throughout the season.
Not only do teams have to worry about getting under the salary cap, signing their draft picks, re-signing free agents, restructuring contracts, and looking into undrafted free agents, but teams must also answer some in-house questions that have been raised following the 2010 season.
The New York Jets proved a lot to their fans in 2010 by making the AFC Championship game once again after upsetting the rival Patriots in a thrilling AFC Divisional matchup in Foxborough. However, there is still more that New York must do to prove the doubters wrong and build on their impressive season a year ago.
If the Jets are going to backup Rex Ryan’s Super Bowl guarantee, they will have to answer these six questions with number six leading the team in 2011.