#1 find some top tier playmakers on offense - need for speed
WR -With Enunwa signing an extension and Robbie Anderson likely to get a 1st round tender, the Jets will still need to find that elusive #1WR. With free agency light at the position and a trade unlikely since they are down draft picks already, this is easier said than done. There's a lot of chatter about trading for AJ Green or Antonio Brown among the Jets beat writer but the Jets will likely have to get lucky in the draft to potentially find one.
At RB, the Jets are fully expected to go after LeVeon Bell if he's cut loose but I don't think the feeling is mutual. Tevin Coleman will likely get overpaid by someone this off-season. Maybe by the Jets. The worst thing the Jets could do is tricking themselves into thinking Elijah McGuire is a viable starting option.
at TE the Jets should be good with Chris Herndon entering year #2 plus they have depth there.
OL - like most other teams, the Jets have a couple nice pieces and a desperate need for some upgrades. This fix will likely come via free agency where I expect they will concentrate most of their efforts
#1 trade Leonard Williams
more name and game and does he fit the new defensive scheme? Some think maybe Gregg Williams could get the best out of him but I'm tired of waiting and his payday is upcoming. I expect them to move him if someone gives them something decent.
DL - the biggest need remains edge rushing, and the Jets are dreaming that Lawrence or Clowney somehow become available. They'll need to address this in free agency AND the draft.
LB - Darron Lee and Avery Williamson were solid last year and it's going to be interesting to see how they adjust to the new scheme. My initial though is Lee as WLB and Williamson at strong but the Jets would need a young alpha to control the middle. Williamson will likely be a stop gap there until they find someone else.
DB - All World Jamal Adams can't do it himself. Trumaine Johnson was a disappointment but finished strong and figures to get better in year two under his old coach. There's going to be turnover at the other spots but an improved pass rush should be the focus. That will in turn help out the secondary.
In the end, the Jets finally have their quarterback but have plenty of other holes to fill.