A new year means new hope for a Jets franchise that has the longest active playoff drought in the league and the worst record since 2017.
While 2021 wasn’t as good as some had hoped after the Jets hired Robert Saleh and drafted Zach Wilson, there was enough progress to signal a potential shift in 2022. But positive changes don’t happen overnight – GM Joe Douglas and Saleh will need to work together to build the Jets into the franchise they want it to be for the rest of their time in New York.
There are a few things that can be done in order to achieve that. With that in mind, here are six New Year’s resolutions for the Jets as the team heads into 2022.