"Ooooo, see? They made so many moves it's hard to just pinpoint one," Lynch said. "I am a running back, and LT ... Man, one of the best that ever did it. I'm going to be excited to see him twice a year. Santonio and [Darrelle] Revis and Cromartie over there, that's going to be interesting."
Lynch acknowledged the Jets are gambling with team chemistry. They've brought in some large personalities and parted ways with leaders such as running back Thomas Jones and kicker Jay Feely.
"They are taking some risks," Lynch said. "Hopefully the risks they take are going to pay off for us. But that's going to be something fun to watch."
Don't think Lynch has surrendered his Buffalo allegiance.
After months of speculation Lynch would be traded and his delayed arrival to the practice field, he claimed he's excited about how the Bills' backfield is shaping up among himself, Fred Jackson and rookie C.J. Spiller. Undrafted rookie Joique Bell also is in the mix.
"It's going to be a great thing to see on paper, fantasy, live, in practice, in video games," Lynch said. "However you can see us get down to action and regardless of who the No. 1 is, even if I'm No. 5, it's going to be beautiful to watch us play."