Jameis Winston ‘will be the biggest surprise of the preseason’

The NFL preseason is a huge deal for many teams and for the Jets, who were left with a few big questions on defense, offense and even special teams heading into the final week.

With the team expected to use a three-man rotation in a new look, the Jets have some holes in the defense and offensive line.

The Jets will use a power-run unit led by veteran left tackle David Fales.

The team will also rely heavily on a new, two-way center in Josh Crick.

The team’s top receiver is likely the rookie, Dwayne Allen, who had a big role in leading the Jets to a playoff berth last season.

Allen was a top-10 fantasy tight end last season, but injuries and poor play on the field limited his role.

Allen caught 39 passes for 638 yards and two touchdowns last season with the Jets.

Allen’s role in the offense will be key.

His speed and power make him a huge target for the speedy receivers who will have to cover his routes and cover up the tight ends in the Jets offense.

The Jets also will have a strong receiving corps led by receiver Bryce Petty, who caught 45 passes for 735 yards last season while also posting a career-high 16 touchdowns.

The secondary, led by the emergence of cornerback Darius Slay, should be the Jets most difficult matchup.

Slay has played more snaps in recent weeks, but he has yet to be targeted in any of the Jets first three preseason games.

The safety position is also in flux with the departures of Chris Jones, Darrelle Revis and Darrelen’to be replaced.

The defensive line is the Jets’ most difficult position to evaluate.

The organization made several significant moves last offseason and is hoping to be even more aggressive on the defensive side of the ball with more experienced players.

There are concerns over the health of cornerback Darrellex Revis and safety Darrel Blount.

The offensive line will have the biggest test of the season.

Rookie center Josh Crockett, who was a starter last season and was the team’s third-leading rusher, suffered a season-ending injury in the preseason opener.

The veteran left guard, Zach Fulton, has struggled as a starter, missing three games due to injuries.

The Bills, who are expected to be much better this season, will be looking to make some noise on offense.

Rookie quarterback Tyrod Taylor is expected to return to the lineup for the Bills, and the Bills have the pieces to be a very good team.

Tyrod Taylor has played well in preseason games, including a game against the Jets last season (he completed 16 of 27 passes for 231 yards).

Taylor’s numbers have fallen off a bit since then.

Taylor is projected to be the top quarterback on the Bills.

Taylor threw for 2,826 yards and 18 touchdowns last year.

The Bills also have two other quality quarterbacks in Taylor and rookie rookie signal-caller Tyrod Brady.

The biggest question mark at left tackle is veteran center Travis Frederick.

Frederick missed the first five games of the 2016 season with a shoulder injury, and he played poorly last season for the Ravens.

Frederick was an All-Pro in 2015.

The best position to watch on defense is linebacker.

Safety Malik Hooker has struggled in his time with the team.

Hooker was a Pro Bowler in 2016.

He is expected back in the lineup this year.

Hooker was limited in preseason practices, but will get the chance to play a major role in 2017.

Hookers best position is on the right side of linebacker and will have his hands full with veteran cornerback Justin Gilbert.

Gilbert, a former first-round pick, has been struggling as a rookie.

He recorded only one interception last season before suffering a seasonending injury.

The Dolphins defense has been a major question mark heading into training camp.

The Dolphins made several major changes last offseason, and they are hoping to get some of that new-look talent into the lineup.

The defense will be a major focus of the team heading into a crucial game against Miami.

Miami’s defense will need to improve in several areas.

The biggest issue will be the secondary.

The secondary was ranked 30th in fantasy football last season but has struggled at times this season.

Safety Cameron Wake missed the last five games with a neck injury.

He also has been sidelined for significant portions of the past two seasons.

Wake has been limited to one interception.

Safety Byron Maxwell has had some struggles.

Maxwell was the Dolphins’ top safety last season as he led the team in interceptions.

Maxwell also has struggled this season in coverage.

The most impressive position to study on offense will likely be wide receiver.

Rookie wideout Allen Robinson has looked good in preseason camp and could be a big part of the offense.

Robinson has caught 38 passes for 518 yards and seven touchdowns in his career.

The offense will have an