The Jets’ biggest strengths entering the 2021 season

By Tyler Greenawalt

The Jets’ overhaul remains a work in progress, but the 2021 team looks significantly improved compared to the version that left last season with a 2-14 record.

Adam Gase and his coaching staff are gone, as well as a plethora of the Jets’ starting offensive starters like Sam Darnold, Frank Gore and Breshad Perriman. Joe Douglas replaced them with Robert Saleh, Zach Wilson, and a swathe of new and developing players. The new talent should breathe fresh air into the recently downtrodden organization.

We’ve already explored the Jets’ biggest weaknesses. Here, we’ll take a look at the team’s biggest strengths heading into the season.

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