FLORHAM PARK, New York – The New York Jets open a training camp on July 26 at the Atlantic Health Training Center in Florham Park. Is this the year they turned it around? Despite the longest active drought of the playoffs in the NFL (11 years), the Jets encouraged optimism with a strong off-season, which was emphasized by three peaks in the first round.
Coach Robert Saleh, 4-13 in his first season, is trying to change the culture of the losers. They have a coaching basis, all three coordinators are returning. The Jets are the only AFC East team that can boast of such continuity.
They have harder schedule decisions than last year, which is a good thing. This illustrates better depth in certain positions, which means that players such as wide receivers Denzel Mims and cornerback Bryce Hall could arouse trade interest.
Circumstances have changed. Instead of developing players, the primary goal of last year, they now have to put more emphasis on winning. This will affect how they set up certain positions.
Our projection of 53 people:
KVORTERBEK (3): Zack Wilson, Joe Flaco, Mike White
New year, a different philosophy. Criticized last season for having two unverified quarterbacks on the roster on the first day – Wilson and White – the Jets now have an experienced backup at Flacco, when they signed again after an exchange in the middle of the season. It might be a luxury to wear three, but White, who achieved folk hero status with an epic performance against the Cincinnati Bengals, is seen by the organization as a player of initial caliber.
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