The New York Jets underwent a bit of a makeover this offseason, adding head coach Adam Gase, running back Le'Veon Bell, along with other assets that should help second-year QB Sam Darnold and company find success in 2019. It seems to be enough progression in the right direction to convince Patriots wideout Julian Edelman that a win against New York won't be as easy to come across this upcoming season as it has been in recent years. “They've got some new coaches and some really dynamic players and a young quarterback,” Edelman told The New York Post on Monday. “They also have a defense that for some reason does real well against us. People ask me when I'm in New York about the Giants and the Jets.
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