5 Things To Be Optimistic About in 2012

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3. Wayne Hunter rebounds from a sub-par 2011 season.

Wayne Hunter did not play up to expectations in 2011, but he has the ability to rebound and improve his play this season. With a new ground and pound “line up and smash em” offensive mentality under new offensive coordinator Tony Sparano Hunter can get back to his roots as a mauling run blocker. Hopefully a player can emerge to push Hunter during camp to further light a fire and provide some competition for the right tackle position. Ultimately the best case scenario is that Hunter becomes the solid NFL starter many believed him to be after filling in quite nicely for an injured Damien Woody in 2010.

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Topics: Bilal Powell, Bob Montgomery, Darelle Revis, Ground And Pound, Joe Mcknight, Mark Sanchez, NFL, NY Jets, Quinton Coples, Terrance Ganaway, Tony Sparano, Wayne Hunter

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