The Jets want to win now
An 8-8 season last year is not where the New York Jets want to be as an organization. So how did the Front Office try to improve the team this offseason?
- They improved the Defensive Front, re-signing Aaron Maybin and Sione Pouha. Also drafting Quinton Coples with the 16th overall pick.
- They improved at Safety, signing Free Agents Yeremiah Bell and LaRon Landry.
- They extended Mark Sanchez’s contract.
- Finally, they added a dynamic offensive weapon—trading for Tim Tebow.
Each one of these moves were made as a reflection of the Jets philosophy as a team—run the ball, control the clock, and play great Defense.
What’s another area the Jets needed to improve in?
Enter Tim Tebow. He is a “Natural born leader”, to quote Darrelle Revis. But besides having a positive impact ON the field, Tebow also has a positive influence OFF the field and more importantly… in the locker room.