Cornerback Trumaine Johnson helped turn the Rams from a cellar dweller into a playoff team by the time he left. He hopes to do the same with the Jets.
After signing a five-year, $72.5 million contract with the Jets in the offseason, Johnson told reporters on Thursday he believes New York has "all the potential in the world to be a playoff team."
Though the Jets finished 5-11 last season, two of their wins came against the Jacksonville Jaguars and Kansas City Chiefs, who both made the playoffs. Of their losses, six were by one possession.