2012 Preview: Your New York Jets Offense

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OFFENSIVE LINE

A once proud position on the Jets has become a liability. We still have our anchors, Nick Mangold and D’Brickashaw Ferguson. The guards, Brandon Moore and Matt Slauson, do an adequate job for the most part. When Mark Sanchez looks to the right, we see the problem.

Not a lot to say, other than, Wayne Hunter. The Jets tried to trade him, nobody was interested. Really? What a shock. The shock would have been if someone WAS interested in this guy. I mean, I could watch guys run past me, and make the money he makes. He is not a starter in this league. Also, does it make any Jets fan feel better out there, hearing that Vladimir Ducasse will provide him with competition? I know that I don’t.

And our sources tell us that they aren’t going to address the right tackle position early in the draft, so we are stuck with Hunter/Ducasse.

The other issue is depth, we saw that last year. If I were Mark Sanchez, I might fear for my life if someone gets hurt. It sure got ugly when Mangold got hurt, didn’t it?

Bottom line is, we have a lot of unknowns when it comes to this Jets offense at this point. Does it make you uneasy out there? I know it makes me uneasy.

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Topics: 2012 New York Jets, Alan Schechter, Bilal Powell, Chaz Schillens, D'Brickashaw Ferguson, Dustin Keller, Jeremy Kerley, Jets Offensive Line, Joe Mcknight, Mark Sanchez, NIck Mangold, Offense, Patrick Turner, Quarterback, Running Back, Santonio Holmes, Shonn Greene, Tebowmania, Tim Tebow, Tony Sparano, Vladimir Ducasse, Wayne Hunter, Wide Receiver

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