It's a new era for the Jets. Former Arizona Cardinals defensive coordinator Todd Bowles is now the head coach and Mike Maccagnan, the former Houston Texans director of college scouting, is now the general manager. That means it's safe to expect some significant changes. The biggest question is at quarterback, where Geno Smith has struggled with inconsistency in his two seasons with the franchise.
Contract issues: Even though the Jets traded for receiver Percy Harvin last season, his days with the franchise may be numbered. With limited production, Harvin needs to convince the new staff that he's worth keeping. The heart and soul of the Jets defense, linebacker David Harris, is set to become a free agent, and if he chooses to go elsewhere, will leave a void in production and leadership.
Draft pickings: Holding the No. 6 overall selection, the Jets may be on the outside looking in on the draft's top quarterbacks. Jameis Winston of Florida State and Marcus Mariota could be the top two picks, leaving New York to figure out an alternate solution. If both players are gone, the Jets could turn to its other biggest need: cornerback.