I actually like this a lot. Not sure we need to get back Scott back... Might just be time to move along. But otherwise I love every move. Got rid of Harris and I love all the safety names you mentioned, especially Rambo or Lester in the 3rd. Also love what Bell provided for us this year so really happy you brought him back. Also LOVE the idea of getting Ivory/Thomas from New Orleans. Great replacements for Greene (if they indeed decide not to bring him back).Alright, thought some more about this:
Replace Westhoff with Ben Kotwica - He's learned from Westhoff. I know ST's sucked this year, but I still think that it was because of the talent more than the coaching.
Replace Mike Pettine with Matt Eberflus, Dallas's current LB coach - Dallas's LB's have been fantastic this year. Spencer has been a Pro Bowl caliber player, Victor Butler's been good, and I've really been impressed with Bruce Carter. Meanwhile, the Jets need help at LB, and they need a coordinator young/inexperienced enough that he won't want to call plays, which Rex should go back to doing full time with Pettine gone. Ebeflus could help teach Davis and whatever OLB the Jets draft while staying in a smaller role.
Replace Tony Sporano with Pete Carmichael or Aaron Kromer - The Jets won't have a very good passing game next year. Unfortunately, there's not much that could change that. Carmichael has coached the fantastic Saints offense for years, and this year he's kept it very good without Sean Payton. He knows how to get good performances out of little known WR's and he knows how to use multiple RB's. Carmichael, like Mike Pettine, could be looking to get out from under his HC's shadow. If not, the Jets should target the right hand man of the right hand man, Aaron Kromer. No play calling experience which obviously hurts, but that Saints OL has been fantastic despite losing Carl Nicks.
QB - Cut Sanchez as a June 1st cut, cut Tebow, sign Matt Moore and Bruce Gradkowski to compete with Greg McElroy.
RB - Sign the odd man out in NO's backfield (probably Chris Ivory), I can't see NO keeping all 4 of those guys. Keep Powell and McKnight. Draft someone like Rex Burkhead, Christine Michael, or Kenjon Barner in the 4th.
FB - Let go of Hilliard. Baker is good enough.
WR - Stick with what they've got. Edwards was an improvement, Holmes will be healthy, and Kerley has been a fantastic deep threat. Hill will hopefully develop a bit, and Gates or White is fine rounding out the group.
TE - Draft Zach Ertz, who could be a 3 down TE. If he's not available in the 2nd, draft Dion Sims or Joseph Fauria in the 3rd. Then, keep Cumberland as a situational player and find a UDFA as a #3 TE.
OL - It's fine. Not elite, but definitely above average. Give them another year to develop chemistry and a QB who could read a defense. Resign Jason Smith to compete at RT and play in jumbo sets if he loses the job, if he's willing to come back (he may be guaranteed a starting job elsewhere). Draft a versatile backup who can play on special teams in the 5th or 6th, like Sam Schwartzstein. Schlauderaff rounds out the backups. Incidentally, Schwartzstein and Schlauderaff would make a fantastic name for a buddy cop show.
DL - Have Dunbar and a scout scour the bottom of the draft and the waiver wires, looking for a NT that they could fall in love with. If they don't find one (they probably won't, NT's don't grow on trees), stick with what they have. If they do, then get him. Chris Baker comes immediately to mind, I wanted the Jets to get him coming out of Hampton, and he was productive for Washington this year. Nick Jean-Baptiste could be interesting as well.
LB - Cut Pace. Trade Harris for a 6th, most they'll get for him IMO. I think he's been awful this year, PFF backs me up. Cut Scott, resign him for a couple million, sign a similar caliber player if he won't resign (lower level, strong guy who can take on blocks). See if you can find a way to get Nico Johnson, even if it means sacrificing later picks. If not, look at Bruce Taylor from VA Tech. Get Victor Butler, hopefully Eberflus can bring him over. Resign Thomas as depth. Draft the best available pass rusher in the 1st, probably Moore or Mingo. Look to draft a good special teams prospect in the 7th. Use more nickel to limit ILB exposure.
CB - They're fine. Beg Revis to sign an extension before he drives up his value more, stick with what they have.
S - Draft Reid in the 2nd or Lester/Rambo in the 3rd (depending on whether they can get Ertz in the 2nd), resign Bell, cut Smith, keep Allen and Bush.
ST - Keep Malone, look for competition for Folk and Purdum
Again, not a Super Bowl team. But cutting Sanchez and Harris will help this team move on and get better, they'll have cap room to go for a star in 2014, and it provides long term fixes to problems instead of short term patches, with the downside being that not ALL the problems can be solved.