With so many holes, where do the Jets start?
General manager John Idzik has inherited a mess. An already thin roster was further compromised by the loss of several starters in free agency. The importance of this draft cannot be overstated.
The Darrelle Revis situation hangs over the entire organization. Trade talks have cooled, but expect things to heat up as April 25 approaches. Since the idea of keeping Revis is apparently out of the question, the ideal scenario is to enter Radio City Music Hall with two first-round picks.
What they choose to do with them -- and with the selections that follow -- could dictate the fortunes of the franchise for years to come.
Other than that, no pressure, John.
Second round: Again, the Jets have so many issues they could go with the dartboard method here. On some level, it makes their decision process less stressful. Pick the best player on the board -- it likely fills a pressing roster need.
Tight end? Guard? Running back? Safety? Defensive tackle? Cornerback? Quarterback? Take your pick.
"They have as many needs as any team in the National Football League," ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper said Wednesday. "There are so many question marks, so many areas they could go."
These are the times when you wonder what Fireman Ed is thinking in his fortified underground bunker.
Third round: We mentioned quarterback above, but this could be the best spot to grab a signal-caller who tumbled. The Jets' depth chart at the position is crowded right now, but Tim Tebow will be dumped (eventually), while Mark Sanchez is in need of epic turnaround to extend his Florham Park residency beyond 2013.