Bowles working on chemistry Dan Leberfeld

No doubt the Jets improved the talent on their roster this off-season, adding the likes of CB Darrelle Revis, WR Brandon Marshall and DE Leonard Williams.

But now the challenge for Jets coach Todd Bowles is bringing all that talent together, and making the Jets a successful UNIT. Football is the ultimate team sport.

This off-season, Florham Park has been like a chemistry lab.

“Chemistry is the most important thing,” Bowles said. “I don’t care how much talent you have. If you can’t get your guys to play together, you aren’t going to win in this league, regardless of who you have. If you have the best talent or the worst talent, if you can’t get them to play together, that is going to be a problem.”

It remains to be seen what kind of grades Bowles will get in chemistry.

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