Originally Posted by Much ado about Nothing
Just significantly less so...
my point is, since the jets drafted sanchez and greene, the only guys they've added are veterans like LT, holmes, braylon, mason. they haven't invested in the offense, and it's showing. rex's influence has resulted in their first 3 picks in last year's draft towards defense (including a #2 for cromartie), and the prior year's 1st on a cb. they've also used picks for holmes and braylon. despite the nfl rulebook and clear nfl trends favoring high powered offenses, the jets have regressed here, and it's finally caught up to them. but there's no quick fixes anymore. they have too many needs on offense even before evaluating their mecurial qb.
in my opinion this is the biggest travesty of rex's avoiding the offense. they thought they could fast forward it all by surrounding sanchez with troublesome wrs and crappy RTs/TEs, believing the defense could overcome it all. now the jets need an upgrade on virtually every single position on offense, in addition to pass rusher, safety and olb.