This afternoon the New York Jets announced they have signed former Tennessee Titans star running back Chris Johnson to a 2 year deal. Not only did they get him for a bargain, but in the 2 year contract Johnson signed theres an option for the second year of the deal. So if Johnson doesnt perform the way the Jets hope he will, they can cut ties with the speedster. Everyone knew the Jets needed to make some serious adjustments to one of the leagues worst offenses last year and have done just that. Along with Johnson they added quarterback Michael Vicks whose looking to resurrect his career and wide receiver Eric Decker who has proven to be a reliable target. Decker is also coming off the best year of his career, although playing with Peyton Manning will help anyones stats, the Jets are showing they’re not afraid to spend some cash but at the same time making very smart and affordable additions to their organization. The Jets are also having a visit from wideout Sidney Rice who would fit perfectly across the field from Decker with veteran reciever Jeremy Kerley in the slot and an upcoming star tight end in Jeff Cumberland. If Vick can stay healthy and Chris Johnson can go back to his days in Tennessee, the Jets just might have the team to make some serious noise in the playoffs.