Final Thoughts

The first thing to note about the top players on the New York Jets is that none of them are spring chickens.

This a extremely veteran laced team.

From Brandon Marshall to Darrelle Revis to Nick Mangold, most of these guys are above 30 years old, a dreaded magic number in the NFL. A number many general managers fear.

Hopefully, for Mike Maccagnan’s sake, none of these guys fall off in production. They simply can’t considering the bump in schedule difficulty as opposed to 2015.

When compared against the rest of the NFL, the top players on the Jets match-up with any organization.

However, their issues are two-fold.

First and foremost, the age. But more importantly, not one of the quarterbacks on the roster fall in the top 25.

In a league that favors the quarterback position ad nauseam, this is a problem.

The best thing that can happen for the New York Jets in 2016, would be to witness a rise in development. Younger players must establish themselves and one of these young QBs (Christian Hackenberg, Bryce Petty) must make noise in some shape, way or form.



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