Jets: Predicting the impact of every 2020 NFL Draft pick

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The New York Jets off-season was one of the most interesting in the NFL this past season.

For starters, the Jets may lose one of the best players in the NFL in Jamal Adams. Adams has been one of the best safeties in the entire NFL for a while now, but for the past year or so there have been many rumors of Adams wanting out of New York as well as wanting a big extension, and as of recent, it seems as though these rumors have come to a head as Adams has made it known he wants out of New York.

Possibly losing Adams this off-season is arguably one of the most damaging losses to a team this off-season, outside of the Texas losing DeAndre Hopkins, but there are other still concerns in New York.

Unfortunately for the Jets this off-season, their number one wide receiver, Robby Anderson, found himself in free agency. Anderson wound up signing with the Panthers in free agency leaving the Jets with a massive deficiency at wide receiver. The Jets managed to somewhat mitigate the receiver loss with the signing of Breshad Perriman, but heading into the draft the Jets still had a major weakness at receiver.

This Jets draft class is going to need to perform extremely well for the Jets to do anything in this upcoming season, or future seasons due to how their roster is constructed.