The New York Football Jets in 2014 are doing some real "sole" searching. In other words, cleats that are quick on their feet and able to churn off season aspirations into post season adulation. Acquiring Micheal Vick is one move that could electrify the offense with Coach Ryan at the helm of play calling. Geno Smith played well as a rookie quarterback last season leading the Jets to an .500 win column, despite throwing 12 touchdowns and 21 interceptions.
The recent signing of Eric Decker bolsters the Jets offensive weaponry with the 6'3'', 215 pound wide receiver line up in the slot, speed and production will be accumulated.
Offensive Coordinator Marty Mornhinweg came over from the Philadelphia spending 10 seasons with the Eagles. He established a reputation of being one of the top football minds in the NFL. Mornhinweg has put together record-setting performances for two different franchises (San Francisco and Philadelphia) in the role of offensive coordinator.
With the Jets eyeing a wide receiver in the first round of the 2014 draft, the defense of the Jets had some holes or leaks that can be improved by good measure. They are sure to return to their physical, fluid, defensive build and by signing free agent Jeremy Reeves speed will not be a factor on defense. Reeves,(5'7", 170) was signed shortly after he had a strong showing at Iowa State's pro day on Tuesday with a 4.29-second 40, a 43" vertical leap and an 11'6" broad jump.
Linebacker Demario Davis earned 107 tackles last season, and defensive tackle Leger Douzable was resigned for the next season supplying ample stoppage on the defensive line. Defensive Coordinator Dennis Thurman knows what it takes to execute a championship defense. Under the tutelage of Dennis Thurman, Jets defensive backs have held their opponents to an NFL-low 71.0 passer rating, 52.6 completion percentage, and 11,921 passing yards since 2009.
Coach Rex Ryan will now assess his master chess board along with an even more fortuitous mind to get his team into the postseason to a Superbowl. The fans of the JETS are awaiting their opportunity to plan a Superbowl Parade.