Despite a number of offseason additions, one key piece of the puzzle remains unchanged. The young core has proven to be the key to sustained success, but the team must surround that core with veteran leaders who have won championships. With the addition of former 49ers guard Laken Tomlinson and 2020 first-round pick Mekhi Becton, the Jets have strengthened their offensive line. On the other side, the Jets have added two strong tight ends and a veteran cornerback in Jordan Whitehead.
The Jets Could Be Heading For the Super Bowl
One player that remains a mystery is quarterback Josh McCown. The Jets will reportedly have a backup quarterback, but they are likely to stick with their veteran quarterback. They are likely to have the best quarterback in the league, and the offense should be able to dominate the opponent. As for the defense, the Jets are expected to win the division with the Patriots. This would help their chances to reach the Super Bowl.
The Jets’ chances of winning the Super Bowl have shifted after one bold player placed a $5,000 bet on the team. He is hoping to win a $1 million hire private jet. According to PointsBet, the Jets are now the shortest-priced team to win the Super Bowl this year. That leaves the Giants and the Bengals as the only other team with longer odds at this stage of the offseason.