Golden Analysis: Jets’ Offense

The Jets’ offense should be one of the most improved units league-wide.

Thus far, the New York Jets have added wide receiver Eric Decker, running back Chris Johnson, quarterback Michael Vick, and tight end Jace Amaro among others.

Decker, Johnson, and Amaro will all make instant impacts from a productivity standout, and, at the very least, Vick will mentor fellow Jets QB Geno Smith.

The Jets’ offense needed more electricity and excitement a year ago. The Jets were the NFL’s fifth-worst team in total offense.

The difference between the 2013 and 2014 Jets’ offenses will be polarizing. If Smith limits turnovers, this unit has solid potential.

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