Every now and then, a team’s season can be summarized by one game. For the 2022 New York Jets, that game was their 10-3 defeat to New England in Week 11, a loss that showed what the Jets still lacked in their quest to be a title-contending team.
The loss to the Patriots made it abundantly clear that the Jets simply didn’t have the offense necessary to compete for a championship in Robert Saleh’s second year in the Big Apple. The Jets’ offensive woes only got worse from there, as New York won just one more game — closing out the season on a six-game skid to finish 7-10.
While it was a disappointing finish, there are plenty of reasons to be optimistic if you’re a Jets fan. The team boasted the league’s fourth-best defense last season, led by Pro Bowlers Sauce Gardner, Quinnen Williams and C.J. Mosley. Running back Breece Hall was enjoying a stellar rookie season until he suffered an injury. Fellow rookie Garrett Wilson turned in a prolific season that saw him catch 83 passes for 1,103 yards and four touchdowns.
In Saleh, it appears that the Jets have a coach who is capable of getting Gang Green back in the playoffs for the first time since 2010. Here are three things the Jets should do this offseason in order to make the postseason a reality in 2023.
Find a franchise quarterback
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Author : Bryan DeArdo
Publish date : 2023-01-10 22:35:29
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