A hot take on how the New York Jets should form their roster with Week 1 around the corner.
The New York Jets are filled to the brim with NFL-ready talent, including both veterans with experience and intriguing young talent.
Second-year head coach Todd Bowles has a competitive core of starters at his disposal, which should keep the Jets in contention for 2016.
But what will be interesting to see shake out are the fates of players on the “bubble.” These depth pieces – many of whom don’t suit up for games and ten of whom are signed to the practice squad – can, however, be the difference between winning and losing a game. And, as the Jets saw last season, one game could ruin a potential playoff berth.
To disclaim, this is by no means a roster projection, but rather my take on how the Jets roster should look come week one. With my opinion entirely devoid of influence, I made some bold decisions – or should I call them, “Decisions that I would make if I had the power to make them.”