CBS

● By Josh Edwards
Robert Saleh's first season as head coach of the New York Jets ended with a 4-13 record. New York, like most teams, encountered a lot of adversity, such as losing premier free agent signing Carl Lawson to injury before the season and dealing with a variety of other in-season injuries to young contributors like Zach Wilson, Mekhi Becton, Elijah Moore and Michael Carter. There were some positive developments to take from the season, however. Fans should be excited about a young nucleus that includes offensive guard Alijah Vera-Tucker, Becton, Moore and Carter. In two seasons as general manager, Joe Douglas' philosophy has been clear: bring in a quarterback and strengthen the offensive and defensive lines. What is the next step for this Jets organization?
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