The New York Jets traded Jamal Adams for a return that included draft picks, but they still plan to win this coming season.
The Jets went 6-2 in the second half of 2019 when they could have tanked.
"You're gonna see a team that's very hungry and has a lot of desire to prove that a 6-2 finish was not a fluke against 'soft schedule,'" Joe Douglas said. "You're going to see a team that has a lot of fire and motivation. So I would disagree that we're punting on 2020."
The Jets are projected by the betting odds to be one of the worst teams in the NFL this season.