My All Time Jets Roster-Defensive Line

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DEFENSIVE END:Shaun Ellis-Although he is finishing his days with the Patriots, he still makes the cut. He spent 11 years on the Jets defensive line, making the Pro Bowl twice. In his eleven year carrer in NY, Ellis was a force coming off the edge with 72.5 sacks. His 499 tackles make him one of the most consistent defensive linemen to wear the Green and White, and another pretty clear choice for this roster.

DEFENSIVE END:Mark Gastineau-Although his career was going to come to an abrupt end soon, the originator of the sack dance makes the roster on the other side of the defensive line. His best years were behind him, but he, like Klecko, had one more Pro Bowl season in him (1985). He recorded 13.5 of his 74 sacks that season, and was a feared member of the Jets defense, even when he wasn’t a liked member of the defense.

HONORABLE MENTION:John Abraham, Kris Jenkins

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Topics: Alan Schechter, All Time Jets, All Time Jets Roster, Defensive Line, Joe Klecko, John Abraham, Kris Jenkins, Mark Gastineau, NY Jets, Shaun Ellis

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