My All Time Jets Roster-Offensive Line

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Dec 3, 2009; Toronto, ON, Canada; New York Jets guard Alan Faneca (66) blocks against the Buffalo Bills during the 2nd quarter at the Rogers Centre. Mandatory Credit: Luc Leclerc-US PRESSWIRE

GUARD:Alan Faneca-Slim pickings at the guard position through the years, but Faneca is an obvious choice. He came to the Jets in 2008, and helped the running game rebound and the Jets get back to a 9-7 season. In 2009, the Jets moved forward under Rex Ryan, with the top rushing attack in the league, and the Jets went to the title game. In both seasons with the Jets, Faneca made the Pro Bowl and was named All Pro. Alan Faneca is an easy choice.

GUARD:Jim Sweeney-As mentioned before, the Jets haven’t had a lot of stars at this position, but through the muck, Jim Sweeney gets the other guard position. He played for the Jets for 10 years (1984-1994), and played for some good Jets teams in the 1980s. He also carved the way for Freeman McNeil for several of those years, and McNeil never averaged less than 4 yards per carry, and that earns Sweeney the start.

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Topics: 1985, Alan Faneca, Alan Schechter, All Time Roster, D'Brickashaw Ferguson, Dan Alexander, Jim Sweeney, Joe Fields, Jumbo Elliot, Kevin Mawae, NIck Mangold, NY Jets, Reggie Mcelroy

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