The New York Jets are the most exciting team in the NFL.
They have been since their inception and now they are going to be one of the best teams in the league.
I can’t say the same for any other team.
But for a team that is in a battle for the last two playoff spots in the AFC East, there are still many questions.
Here is a list of some questions to ponder heading into the new season.
Is Jameis Winston good enough?
This question will be answered soon enough.
I think he is an outstanding player, but I don’t think the quarterback position is one that will be as deep or as talented.
The Jets are going into the season with a number of questions at the position.
If they can overcome some of the big questions surrounding the Jets offense and find a way to be a reliable scoring offense, they could make the playoffs.
I don�t think they have the depth or talent to make the postseason, but they do have a number to answer questions about.
Will Brandon Marshall be a difference-maker?
The Jets have not drafted a quarterback in the top 10 of the NFL draft since 2010, and the answer to that question will probably not be Marshall.
The former Ohio State star is not a physical threat and lacks the physical tools to be an NFL starter.
But Marshall is a very talented and dynamic athlete, and has the potential to be another great playmaker.
He has shown flashes of being a productive NFL quarterback, including a good game against the Broncos last season, and I don �t see any reason why he can’t develop into one.
He will get plenty of opportunities to play this season and he has the physical skills to make a big impact.
But I am not sure he has all the tools to become a successful NFL quarterback.
He just needs to be willing to work and learn.
What is the depth chart?
There are some question marks around the Jets’ starting quarterback position.
Ryan Fitzpatrick is a quarterback who is coming off a down year in which he threw for 2,837 yards and 23 touchdowns, but he has a long way to go.
If he can improve his accuracy and consistency, he could be a very good player.
Fitzpatrick has also had a rough rookie season, throwing for just 926 yards and four touchdowns on 29 completions.
But Fitzpatrick is an exceptional athlete who has some NFL experience.
If the Jets continue to improve the offense and Marshall improves his accuracy, they will be a team capable of making a run at the playoffs and a team with a strong supporting cast.
Will the Jets be a one-year rental team?
The fact that the Jets have had some turnover at the quarterback spot is a sign of how difficult the job of the coaching staff is.
The last two drafts have produced some solid quarterbacks, but it is hard to see a franchise with so much talent and talent depth getting any higher than eighth in the NFC East.
There is also a very real possibility that Fitzpatrick will be the first quarterback taken in the draft.
It is hard for the Jets to build around Fitzpatrick at this point.
He is a proven starter with good arm strength, and he should be able to make some progress.
But if he cannot get his foot in the door, he will be out of options.
The only player I see making it to the Jets as a rental team is former New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning.
He would be the ideal backup, and would bring experience as well as the talent to the position and the offense.
Can the Jets improve their offense in the passing game?
The offensive line is one of Jets’ biggest weaknesses and will be one to address this season.
The offensive side of the ball has been a weakness for a number on the Jets this season, but the defense will be an area to focus on moving forward.
The team has struggled in the run game, and that will definitely be an issue for the team this season as they try to improve their pass protection.
The running game is another area that has been an issue this season for the New York Jet�s offense.
While the Jets are a good team in many areas, they still need to improve in a number areas to have a chance to be competitive this season in the division.
What can the Jets do to win?
It has been obvious to me for some time that this season will be much different than the past few seasons.
The offense will be more dynamic, the defense a lot more physical, and both teams will be in an exciting battle for a playoff spot.
The first game of the season will definitely make the difference.