The NY Jets had quite the successful offseason, but these three moves are still a bit questionable.
NY Jets‘ general manager Joe Douglas was dealt a difficult hand in his first offseason with the team. On top of being saddled with one of the worst rosters in the NFL, Douglas had to navigate through the difficult waves of a pandemic-riddled offseason.
Safe to say, it wasn’t the easiest task for a general manager taking part in his first offseason with the organization. But now that the dust has settled, it appears as though Douglas did a pretty good job overall.
From beefing up the offensive line to snagging a few very team-friendly contracts on defense, Douglas made a number of great moves in the offseason.
However, just as with any team, there were a few decisions made that left fans scratching their heads.
Now, it’s still too early to properly analyze the effects of each offseason move. Many signings/draft picks end up looking a lot better or worse with the benefit of hindsight.
On the other hand, some moves are destined to fail from the very beginning. Sometimes, you could predict future failures.
Douglas pushed a lot of the right buttons this offseason, but let’s take a look at three instances that seem very questionable at the moment.