Imagining the Jets' 2014 offense
What New York could look like with Vick, Johnson and Decker in the fold
The New York Jets' offense had a lot of room to improve coming off of a forgettable 2013 season, but with the most recent addition of running back Chris Johnson, who will sign a two-year deal with the team according to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter, the group is suddenly rounding into form.
A major question remains as to who will win the starting quarterback job, as Michael Vick was signed to a one-year deal that at least gives him the chance to unseat Geno Smith. While the offense won't be dramatically different from a schematic standpoint with Smith or Vick under center, the two have varying skill sets.
Nothing has been established, but for the sake of this piece, let's examine the possibility of what the Jets' offense could look like in 2014 if Vick winds up under center.
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