Joe Douglas couldn’t fix the Jets with just 10 draft picks.
There are still several position groups that need help following the 2021 NFL draft. Some need starters, while others need depth. Some could use both. That will be Douglas’ main focus for the rest of the offseason as the Jets inch closer to the 2021 season.
The Jets went offense-heavy to begin the draft before collecting as many athletic defensive players as they could on Day 3. Quarterback was obviously fixed with the selection of Zach Wilson, and drafting receiver Elijah Moore and running back Michael Carter fleshed out the rest of the main offensive skill-position groups.
But there remain a few major flaws before the Jets can be considered a truly cohesive team and a contender in the division.
Here are the Jets’ four biggest weaknesses following the draft.