An underrated need for the New York Jets is the linebacker position. Todd Bowles is likely to predominantly run a 3-4 defense with a multitude of other schemes mixed in but the cupboard is currently bare behind the Jets stout defensive line. Let’s look at how they got there, where they are now and how they can improve beginning with this off-season.

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This week’s Turn On The Jets 12 Pack covers a variety of issues around the New York Jets, including the following:

  • Why Geno Smith is a better option than a veteran like Brian Hoyer or Josh McCown
  • An attempt to simplify the Percy Harvin situation
  • A potential free agent receiver for the Jets to consider
  • Caution about taking a wide receiver with a top ten pick
  • What pass rushers or offensive lineman make sense for the Jets in the NFL Draft
  • Names to watch in free agency and who is and is not coming back to the Jets

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