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5-11, 4th in AFC East
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Re-grading every NFL team's 2017 offseason

Few paid much attention last March when the Minnesota Vikings signed Case Keenum to a one-year contract for $2 million -- but that move became one of the most pivotal of the 2017 season. Here's how every team's offseason acquisitions look now.

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2dSeth Walder

2018 NFL draft order: Top 28 picks set

The Browns have the most draft capital, with two of the top four picks. The order for most of the other eliminated teams is set, too. Here's a rundown of who has the top 28 picks, with projections for the rest.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Today is the 49th anniversary of the Jets' one and only Super Bowl title. The phrase "shock the world" has become one of the biggest cliches in sports, but the Jets did just that on Jan. 12, 1969. An 18-point underdog, the Jets stunned the Colts, 16-7, at a time when their league — the AFL — was considered inferior to the NFL. It's still considered one of the biggest upsets in sports history. And, of course, Joe Namath guaranteed it.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Even though Jets owner Woody Johnson is the U.S. ambassador to the United Kingdom, his team didn't get the call to play in London in 2018. Earlier this season, the Jets thought there was a chance, but the league went with Seattle-Oakland, Philadelphia-Jacksonville and Tennessee-Los Angeles Chargers, it was announced today. The Jets played in London in 2015.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets have signed RB Jeremy Langford to a reserve-future contract. He had been on their practice squad.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets CB Rashard Robinson was arrested on Dec. 15 (10:17 p.m.), per police records — the same day Mo Wilkerson showed up late for a meeting and was benched for the final three games. No, that wasn't a good day for the Jets. Robinson wound up playing two days later against the Saints, but not on defense, only special teams — eight snaps. Robinson was charged with possession of a marijuana-laced candy. This happened five days after the Jets played in Denver. One source speculated that he may have purchased the product in Colorado, where pot is legal.

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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets final playing-time stats: Secondary — Jamal Adams (1,102 snaps/99 percent), Marcus Maye (1,065/95), Buster Skrine (1,012/91), Morris Claiborne (920/82), Darryl Roberts (467/42), Juston Burris (336/30), Rontez Miles (124/11), Terrence Brooks (93/8), Robert Nelson(41/4), Marcus Williams (38/3), Rashard Robinson (20/2). Analysis: Adams and Maye ranked third and fourth in snaps among NFL rookies, per ESPN Stats & Info. Claiborne set a career high for snaps. That Robinson trade isn't looking too good.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets final playing-time stats: Linebacker — Demario Davis (1,117 snaps/100 percent), Darron Lee (1,027/92), Jordan Jenkins (716/64), Josh Martin (490/44), David Bass (326/29), Freddie Bishop (97/9), Julian Stanford (91/8), Dylan Donohue (54/5), Obum Gwacham (22/2), Bruce Carter (10/1) and Lorenzo Mauldin (0/0. Analysis: Davis developed into a valuable, three-down linebacker. Lee almost never came off the field. The Jets used a few players at Mauldin's old spot, rush linebacker.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets final playing-time stats: Defensive line — Leonard Williams (876 snaps/78 percent), Mo Wilkerson (699/63), Steve McLendon (484/43), Kony Ealy (452/40), Mike Pennel (299/27), Xavier Cooper (293/18), Ed Stinson (51/5). Analysis: Wilkerson's numbers took a hit because he was a healthy scratch in the final three games. Ealy's PT dropped significantly over the final month, an indication he doesn't fit the future plans. Cooper benefitted the most from Wilkerson's absence.

Team Stats

Passing Yards198.924th
Rushing Yards106.419th
Points For18.624th
Points Against23.9Tied-22nd