My All Time Jets Roster-Linebackers

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LNEBACKER:Marvin Jones-Another guy that was a stealth performer in the Green and White for eleven years, many of them spent alongside the aforementioned Mo Lewis. During his time with the Jets, he was a consistent performer, although he didn’t have the Pro Bowl appearances to show for it, you could always count on him being around the football, with 1,021 tackles for his career(per thus, he makes the cut for this roster.

LINEBACKER:Kyle Clifton-The final spot goes to an underrated linebacker in Jets history. He never made a Pro Bowl appearance, but as quite the consistend performer during a lot of lean years for the Jets, he should have. Other than the strike year of 1987, Clifton didn’t record a season of under 100 tackles from 1985-1993. That folks, is the model of consistency, and a guy that makes this team easily.

HONORABLE MENTION-Jonathan Vilma, David Harris, John Abraham

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Topics: Alan Schechter, All Time Jets Roster, David Harris, John Abraham, Jonathan Vilma, Kyle Clifton, Lance Mehl, Linebackers, Marvin Jones, Mo Lewis, My All Time Jets Roster, NY Jets

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