The Jets saw their ranking fall one spot to No. 28 out of 32 teams. New York’s story is the same as it’s been the entire off-season, with many unknowns at both the wide receiver and quarterback positions. Santonio Holmes is still suffering from a Lisfranc injury, and the timetable for his return is still unclear. Also, neither Mark Sanchez nor Geno Smith has separated himself at this point in the offseason as the shoe-in for the starting position. Questions also linger regarding the Jets’ pass rush and the filling of Darrelle Revis’ shoes at corner.
With these uncertainties and more, the Jets will head into training camp looking for answers.
Topping the latest power rankings are the Seattle Seahawks, who improved one spot following the injury of Michael Crabtree of the 49ers.