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The New York Jets are on the offensive for 2014. Here’s what Jets fans can be expect for the 2014-2015 season.
Coach Rex Ryan has added significant talent to the team this year with carefully placed recruits. With a re-energized team, a bit of luck, a lot of practice, and support from the fans, 2014 is set up to be a comeback year for Ryan and the Jets.
Coach Ryan Has a Reputation to Defend This Season
Coach Ryan's first two years with the New York Jets were considered a success. During that time, the team won the Wild Card Playoffs and the Divisional Playoffs, but did not move beyond either AFC Championship game. Unfortunately, since 2011, Ryan and the Jets have regressed. With that said, there's no doubt that Ryan has something to prove in the upcoming season.
Fortunately for Gang Green, Ryan has a flock of fresh recruits who can work with existing talent to transform the team back into a powerhouse.
A New Stock of Talent for the New York Jets
The New York Jets made some great picks in the 2014 NFL draft. In the first round, the team selected Calvin Pryor, a free safety who had 218 tackles during his three years at the University of Louisville. Pryor has proven himself an impressive player; he knows when and how to tackle the opposition. Not only does he have the potential to be a defensive stud, he’s also showman. We bet he’ll be a fan-favorite by 2015.
The Jets also recruited Jace Amaro, an All-American tight end who played for Texas Tech University, and Dexter McDougle, a cornerback who runs a 40-yard dash in 4.47 seconds. Combined three rookies have enough talent and potential to make the Jets roster its most competitive since 2010.
But that’s not all. The team also has picked up two rock star free-agents; wide receiver Eric Decker and running back Chris Johnson. Plus, the Jets stable of quarterbacks looks formidable with Michael Vick, David Garrard, Geno Smith, and rookie Taj Boyd all vying for the top spot.
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