2015 NFL Preview – New York Jets

NY_JETS_LOGO2014 Record: 4-12

2014 Offense: 17.7 PTS/G (28th)

2014 Defense: 25.1 PTS/G (24th)

Key Additions: Darrelle Revis (CB), Antonio Cromartie (CB), Buster Skrine (CB), Marcus Gilchrist (S), Stevan Ridley (RB), Brandon Marshall (WR), Ryan Fitzpatrick (QB), James Carpenter (G)

Key Losses: Percy Harvin (WR), Chris Johnson (RB), Dawan Landry (S)

Top Three Draft Picks: Leonard Williams (DE), Devin Smith (WR), Lorenzo Maudlin (OLB)

2015 Outlook:

The Jets offense was bad last year.  It’s always bad.  It will be bad this year.  Ryan Fitzpatrick will start at quarterback while Geno Smith recovers from injury.  That’s got to be depressing for Jets fans.  Brandon Marshall could help.  Or Brandon Marshall could stop trying and retire midseason.  Either way, the offense will finish in the bottom ten.  

The defense is more of a mystery.  Rex Ryan won’t be coaching them but their new coach, Todd Bowles, is good defensive coach too.  The Jets defense are usually good but last year their secondary sucked.  They fixed that problem though.  The defensive line could have been great.  Their first round pick, Leonard Williams, might have been the best player in the draft.  Sheldon Richardson is a great football player but we found out recently he’s a shitty human being.  He’s suspended for the first four games of the season and might face further suspension.  


The defense has a ton of talent and could return to being elite.  The offense will still suck.  The team needs a quarterback.  

2015 Projected Record: 5-11

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