The New York Jets opened training camp on Tuesday at their Atlantic Health training center in Florham Park, New Jersey. They're coming off a 2-14 season, a last-place finish in the AFC East, and their 10th consecutive year out of the playoffs, the longest active drought in the NFL. The Jets, who drafted a rookie quarterback with the No. 2 overall draft pick in April, are starting over with a new coach, Robert Saleh, and new systems on both sides of the ball. Saleh's coordinators are Mike LaFleur (offense), Jeff Ulbrich (defense) and Brant Boyer (special teams). Here's a 53-man roster projection:
This is the most inexperienced duo in the league. We're talking about zero -- repeat, zero -- regular-season snaps between them. The last time a team went into a season with no game experience at quarterback was 2013 (the Jets and Buffalo Bills). Wilson, drafted second overall, will be the focal point for the entire season. If he shows promise, the franchise has hope. If he stinks it up ... well, let's not go there. Mike White still is in the mix, but he can be stashed on the practice squad. He, too, has no regular-season experience. The Jets have to add a veteran at some point, don't they?