I try to make a thread like this before every Jets season. 2019 is a special one though because of all the changes that have been made. And I don't just mean their jerseys! New Head Coach: Adam Gase New Defensive Coordinator: Gregg Williams New General Manager: Joe Douglas Key New Additions: Le'veon Bell, CJ Mosley, Jamison Crowder, Kelechi Osemele, Quinnen Williams, Ty Montgomery, Ryan Kalil A potential franchise QB in Sam Darnold who has a chance to make a big jump in Year 2 as recent QB's have done. A contract year for Leonard Williams. I expect we will see the best we have ever seen from him. All these new offensive weapons should also open things up for Robby Anderson, Quincy Enunwa and Chris Herndon (once he returns from suspension). The back end of the schedule seems reasonable with games against: -Dolphins -Giants -Redskins -Raiders -Bengals -Dolphins -Ravens -Steelers -Bills But the first half is really tough. After the Bills opener the Jets play: -Browns -Patriots -Eagles -Cowboys -Patriots -Jaguars That is a tough start to the season. If the Jets can somehow manage to be (4-4) or better, I think they have a legitimate chance to make the playoffs with those final 8 games. If you look at potential playoff spots in the AFC, you would say the Patriots, Chiefs, Chargers, and Texans have a good chance to make the playoffs but the rest is wide open. We don't know how the Steelers, Ravens, or Browns will look in the North. The Colts losing Andrew Luck is a killer. Could the Jaguars bounce back with a solid QB in Nick Foles? How about Flacco in Denver? So a lot of questions but I think the Jets can at least compete for a playoff spot. My expectation is a solid 2019 year with the Jets finishing somewhere between (8-8) and (11-5) as long as they stay healthy. The beginning of the year will be really important. Hopefully they can get off to a strong start. What do you think? What are your 2019 expectations for Sam Darnold and the Jets?