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Projecting Jets Offense After Mike Williams Signing

Following the signing of one of the league's best deep threats, the New York Jets' offense is set to look much different this season.
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The 2023 season wasn't kind for the New York Jets offense. Injuries to Aaron Rodgers and the offensive line left the group struggling to put up points in a game that is predicated on it.

New York, in a single week since the start of the new league year, has managed to put itself in a much better position with some shrewd trades, high-value signings, and some no-brainer decisions. 

Jets' QB Aaron Rodgers (8)

Now, despite having some clear depth concerns, the 2024 projected Jets offense is set to look much different than the group that struggled to produce much of anything the previous year. 

Let's take a look at how the offense will look come training camp:

QB - Aaron Rodgers, Tyrod Taylor*

RB - Breece Hall, Israel Abanikanda

WR - Garrett Wilson, Jason Brownlee

WR -Mike Williams*, Allen Lazard

Slot - Xavier Gipson

TE - Tyler Conklin, Jeremy Ruckert, Kenny Yeboah

LT - Tyron Smith*, Carter Warren

LG - John Simpson*, Jake Hanson

C - Joe Tippmann, Wes Schweitzer

RG - Alijah Vera-Tucker, Xavier Newman

RT - Morgan Moses*, Max Mitchell

* - indicates offseason acquisition

It's important to note that the Jets aren't done yet in free agency. They still have some questions surrounding the depth of the offensive line, receiving core, and running back. That's also not accounting for the several role moves the organization has made (and will continue to make on defense). 

Free agent running backs like JK Dobbins, Ezekiel Elliott, and Boston Scott could help the organization provide depth behind Hall. Other offensive linemen could help as well. The Jets have a plan for that, though that may not involve free agency anymore. 

New York also has the 10th overall pick in the 2024 Draft with many analysts and fans wondering if this will now lead to the Jets trading back for more bites of the apple in a loaded class full of top talent. 

There are many ways Gang Green can go to improve their roster in 2024. They've already done an exemplary job of making sure they won't run into the same problems that hurt them last season. 

It's just a matter of putting the finishing touches on the roster and seeing how far they can go in a very competitive AFC East and conference in general.