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So far, I’ve profiled the Jets on offense and special teams. Today, we’ll look at the Jets’ best unit–their defense.

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Last week, we highlighted three areas of need for Big Brother. Today, we’ll highlight three areas of need for Little Brother. Despite an 8-8 season in 2011, the Jets reached the AFC Championship in 2009 and 2010. While making an AFC Championships is never an accomplishment in New York, the Jets have proven they have the talent to get to big games. With the NFL Draft approaching in April, here are three possible routes the Jets could take.

Could Bama's Barron Be A Fit?

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As reported earlier by columnist Matt Vereb, the New York Jets received word today that free agent defensive end Jason Taylor agreed in principle to a contract. The contract will be for two years, and reportedly very incentive-based. Check out our article to see how we think he will fit in with his new team, and what this means for Thursday’s NFL Draft.

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Recently, I had the privilege of interviewing Scott Wright, NFL Draft analyst and President of Draft Countdown. If you’re looking for an interview with someone who knows all there is to know on the NFL Draft, here it is. Here’s the transcript:

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In the finale of our four part series, we’ll take a look at the New York Jets and their defensive needs for the looming 2010 NFL Draft. Last year, the Jets’ defense was phenomenal, leading the league in scoring defense (14.8 points per game) and total yards (252.3 yards per game). However, there are still some holes that could be filled via the draft, so let’s see what positions the Jets should look at.

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