3 burning questions for the New York Jets this offseason
With Adam Gase serving his first year as the head coach of Gang Green, the New York Jets need to ask themselves three burning questions for the off-season.
One: Are they going to continue to throw Sam Darnold under the bus?
Darnold is one of the most woefully under-used quarterbacks in the league, and that’s partly because the Jets brass never felt the need to surround him with the right kind of players that would help him develop his true talent. That can’t happen again if they want to see a championship sometime soon.
Two: Are they willing to spend a lot of money in free agency?
USA Today explains why this is important: “Darnold’s rookie contract is the perfect reason why Jets management should look to make a splash on the opening day of free agency. If they are serious about changing the culture in New York, it starts by bringing in new faces to help their club.”
Three: Are they going to target a quality edge rusher?
FanSided explains why the Jets need to do this: “heading into the offseason, it’s critical that the Jets address this glaring need and they may be able to do so in free agency, the NFL Draft or both. In free agency, the Jets could look to target Demarcus Lawrence should the Cowboys elect not to re-sign him, or Jadeveon Clowney if he parts ways with the Texans. Rams edge rusher Dante Fowler could also serve as an option.”
With Adam Gase at the helm, though, the Jets are more likely to succeed in this year than in any previous year.