I think this is an important question. Most of the roster is set now. They will add a few pieces, including a potential Franchise QB #3 overall in the NFL Draft. Hopefully they make solid selections from Rounds 3-7 too. My worry here is that drafting a QB gives more time to Todd Bowles. You can't have too high expectations if you are starting a rookie QB. Most don't play like Deshaun Watson did before his injury last year or Dak Prescott the year before. Knowing Bowles, he won't even start the kid. He will go with McCown or Bridgewater until the Jets are officially eliminated from playoff contention. The Jets seem to have improved their Defense with Trumaine Johnson and Avery Williamson. Whoever takes Wilkerson's spot will do no worse than he did. Jamal Adams and Marcus Maye should play better due to experience. Hopefully Darron Lee also takes the next step. He looked to be improving last year. Offensively, Spencer Long is a big upgrade over Wesley Johnson, and Isaiah Crowell should give a bigger boost to the offense than Matt Forte did last year. The return of Quincy Enunwa could be big too if he plays like he did in 2016. The offense will come down to QB though. McCown, Bridgewater, 3rd Overall Pick, etc. Like I said earlier, Bowles loves playing veterans. In this case though, obviously the fan base will want Darnold/Rosen/Mayfield to start. Starting them could lower win expectations and give Bowles a 5th year even if the team does not make the playoffs. My current expectations are to improve as a team. Take the next step. If they don't: Bowles should be fired no matter what. (5-11) last year, I think (8-8) minimum this year. Even with a rookie QB. I don't want to say playoffs or bust, because I am not sure how good the actual team is. If they look great, go (9-7) and barely miss the playoffs, I would say to keep going with the plan. Progress needs to be seen. Not just from the players: but the Head Coach too. What do you think?