The New York Jets are one of the few NFL teams still operating in a state of flux.
In 2018, the Jets hired new GM John Idzik as their new head coach, replacing Rex Ryan.
Idzik has yet to address the team’s offensive issues, and has done little to improve the secondary.
The team’s secondary, however, has received some upgrades in free agency and the draft.
The Jets have also improved their special teams, and the return of wide receiver Percy Harvin has helped.
Idzzik is looking for the same type of success with his roster as Ryan did, but the Jets need to make more plays downfield and more deep.
Here’s our take on the new Jets’ roster, which we’ve added to the rankings as of Sept. 6.
New York Giants 3-3 record: 4-3 (1-2 AFC East) The Giants have lost five straight games after winning their previous eight games.
They also have lost three straight from the Buffalo Bills, who are one game behind them in the division.
New Orleans Saints 1-2 record: 0-3-1 The Saints have a bye in Week 15 and a game in the Week 16 matchup with the Dolphins.
New England Patriots 0-1 record: 1-1-1 New England lost at Indianapolis on Sunday.
The Patriots have dropped five straight.
Buffalo Bills 0-2-1: 1.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2-2 loss: 1 AFC North New England, Buffalo and the Jets each have four wins over teams currently in the AFC North.
Buffalo’s loss at Indianapolis Sunday followed a home loss to the Jets, and Tampa Bay’s loss to Jacksonville on Monday followed a loss to Cincinnati.
The Bills and Jets are tied for the worst record in the league at 2-4.
Buffalo is 3-1 at home against the AFC South.
Miami Dolphins 0-4 record: 2.
Houston Texans 2-3 loss: 2 AFC South The Texans have lost six straight games and are 4-4 since the start of the season.
Houston has lost two of its past three games.
The Dolphins have won three of four, including a victory over the Titans Sunday.
New Browns 2-1 loss: 3.
Kansas City Chiefs 3-2 win: 3 AFC West The Chiefs have lost their past five games.
Kansas State is 3 of 10 against the SEC.
The Cardinals are 3 of 8.
Pittsburgh Steelers 1-3 win: 4.
Cincinnati Bengals 3-4 loss: 4 AFC North The Bengals are 3-5 since the bye.
The Bengals have won four straight games, including victories over the Browns and Raiders.
The Browns and Chiefs are tied with the worst records in the NFL at 3-6.
Cincinnati is 3 at home versus the AFC East.
Tennessee Titans 1-4 win: 5.
Houston Oilers 2-5 loss: 5 AFC South Tennessee has lost four straight and four of its last five.
The Titans are 4 of 13 against the division foes.
Houston is 2-6 at home.
New Titans 0-6 loss: 6.
Denver Broncos 3-7 loss: 7 AFC West A loss to Kansas City Monday followed losses to Arizona and San Francisco.
The Broncos are 4 for 14 in the last six.
Denver is 3 for 12 against the NFC West.
New Eagles 1-6 win: 7.
Oakland Raiders 3-8 loss: 8 AFC West It was a good night for the Raiders on Monday night.
Oakland beat the Chargers, who were 3-9, on Sunday and has been 2-8 in its past five.
Oakland has won four of five, including wins over Arizona and the 49ers.
New Dolphins 1-5 win: 9.
Washington Redskins 3-10 loss: 9 AFC West Washington has won three straight and its streak of losing at home to teams currently on the schedule is tied for longest in the NFC East.
Washington has lost five of its previous seven.
New Jets 1-7 win: 10.
Pittsburgh Panthers 3-11 loss: 11 AFC North It was the third straight win for Pittsburgh over the Panthers, who have won their past two games against the Steelers.
Pittsburgh is 3,917-12 (.856) against the East.
Atlanta Falcons 1-10 win: 11.
Tampa Panthers 3.5-point loss: 13 AFC South It was not the prettiest of nights for the Buccaneers, who lost to the Saints Sunday and are 1-13 against the Falcons.
Tampa has won seven of eight against the South division.
Atlanta is 3.9-point underdogs in Atlanta, but has won nine of the last 10 games against them.
New Rams 1-12 loss: 12.
Carolina Panthers 3 in a row: 13 NFC South The Panthers lost at New Orleans, but have won six of seven since then.
The Panthers are 3 for 13 against NFC West teams currently ranked in the top 10.
Carolina is 1 for 12 at home with the NFC South at stake.