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What Is The Future of New York Jets?

July 15th, 2017 at 10:23 AM
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ESPN recently published its NFL future power rankings. Essentially, analysts got together and ranked the NFL teams based on where they will be three years from now. The Jets came in at No. 31 on the list â?? here was the reasoning:

2016 record: 5-11 (Fourth in AFC East)
AFC East future rank: fourth

Why they’re here: The Jets are in tear-down mode. It’s not a mystery. After purging the roster of several veterans on more lucrative deals, the Jets have started compiling some assets. Question marks pepper the roster, starting at quarterback, but the team also possesses what is almost assuredly the least imposing group of wide receivers in the NFLâ?? Field Yates

Biggest worry: This is by far the worst QB situation in the league. They need to figure out whether Christian Hackenberg can give them a chance to win. Then they can move on to the monumental task of rebuilding the entire roster. This team is not winning anytime soon. â?? Louis Riddick

What could change for the better: The Jets ranked last in QB outlook, but there is a very good chance the team will be in position to select from a highly rated draft class in 2018. Using an early pick for someone such as USC’s Sam Darnold would quickly move the Jets into the top 10 for QB outlook when the time comes to produce future rankings next offseason. That is a realistic scenario given how poorly the Jets …

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