With Super Bowl LI in the rearview mirror, the 2017 offseason officially has begun for the Jets, who are looking to bounce back from a disappointing 5-11 year.

This is going to be an offseason of transition for the team, which could part ways with some of its big names. Darrelle Revis is the biggest immediate decision facing general manager Mike Maccagnan. Do they stick with the fading star, possibly moving him to safety, or just cut him outright?

Then there is quarterback, which is the biggest issue the team has. Isn’t it always? The Jets again are searching for a quarterback. They have Bryce Petty and Christian Hackenberg under contract, but they likely will add a veteran to be the starter until one of those guys is ready.

Head coach Todd Bowles and Maccagnan enter Year 3 of their regime under a lot of pressure. This team has not been to the playoffs since 2010 and regressed badly in 2016. Owner Woody Johnson said he is not giving anyone a playoff mandate, but you have to think he wants to see real progress this year to keep Bowles and/or Maccagnan.

After going for a two-year “competitive rebuild,” during which Maccagnan patched up holes with veterans while trying to develop some younger talent, it will be interesting to see what direction he goes this year. Does he go all out with a youth movement or continue to plug holes with short-term veteran answers?