A look at the New York Jets offensive positional breakdown

Sam Darnold #14 of of the New York Jets (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)
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The New York Jets are looking to be the talk of Gotham but have they done enough…?

The New York Jets made some strong moves over the offseason, and here we are in July looking at a team that still is not receiving much praise for the deliberate way they went about getting better and seeking out top-notch talent in Free agency and the Draft.

Adam Gase was allowed to run things his way during his first offseason with the Jets after they removed their General Manager. The Jets weren’t devoid of talent last year. However, it was very apparent they didn’t have the pieces they needed to compliment any of the young stars on the roster.

Gase went to work quickly, making several trades getting rid of players that he felt didn’t fit the profile of what he was looking for and releasing the soldiers he felt wouldn’t fall in line. Too much dismay of certain sportswriters and fans, Coach Gase, flexed his muscle just enough to get things done.

Some may have felt he had too much control to start his tenure with the team, but for Coach Gase, this has become his chance at redemption. When the dust settled, he was left with precisely the team that he assembled for his starting tenure with the Jets.

Though he is still missing some pieces; he did a decent job of adding an influx of talent at each position. In this Article, we will take a look at a position by position breakdown and grading to see where the Jets could improve and what talent they currently have, let us first start with the offense.