The 5-11 New York Jets have many holes to fill heading into the offseason. Here are the top three positional needs for Mike Maccagnan.

After the disastrous 2016 season for the 5-11 New York Jets, general manager Mike Maccagnan and the rest of the suits in the front office will have a busy off-season trying to improve this team.

Changes have already been made with their coaching staff, as the Jets have parted away with six assistants coaches. They are attempting to find the right coaching personnel to change the culture of the organization.

Also, reports are stating that the New York Jets are most likely heading to a massive overhaul towards their roster. One thing is for sure: Gang Green will look very different next year.

This team has multiple position needs, but what are the most important team needs for the Jets?

Here are the three most important areas that Maccagnan should focus on in an attempt to fix the bumbling Jets:


  1. What does having the best QB in the world mean without an O line to protect him. He can’t throw a pass from his A$$ or from a hospital bed. Which is what you got with our O line this year. Fitzpatrick running for his life, no time to throw. Geno running and getting injured and Bryce getting hit so hard we all thought he died (Miami).

    Even Dak Prescott would have looked horrible behind this line. Elliott would have had pedestrian yardage also. Imagine how much better Powell would have been and how much healthier he and Forte could have stayed, if Ijalana could hold a block and get to the 2nd level to block a LB once in awhile. How can we properly evaluate Bryce or Petty behind this line?

    We gotta draft a LT with the first pick. Laremy Tunsil changed Miami and gave Moore the time to throw the ball. That’s why he is ROY. Draft Ryan Ramcyzk at 6 then do whatever you have to do (without mortgaging the future) to get back into the 1st round and draft Dan Feeney and secure this Oline. Then we could take a QB next year when there are 2 coming out that scouts say have better talent than anyone in this years draft.

    Since this draft is deep in CB talent we can grab one with our 3rd pick or later to help sure up the back end.