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Three Jets offensive players who could experience make-or-break 2021 seasons

The Jets offense should absolutely improve this year.

Yes, the team is set to start a young rookie quarterback in Zach Wilson, but notable assistance surrounds the 2021 No. 2 overall pick.

The Jets acquired a new No. 1 receiver in Corey Davis, drafted additional talented weapons in wideout Elijah Moore (second round) and running back Michael Carter (fourth), and utilized their other first-round pick (No. 14 overall) on a talented offensive lineman in Alijah Vera-Tucker.

Gang Green was last in total yards and points in 2020. The same story shouldn’t repeat itself in 2021, but although an improvement is expected, multiple players on that side of the ball will still be on the hot seat.