The Jets broke camp in Cortland, NY yesterday. They are headed back to Florham Park, to prepare for the annual game against the Giants. Hard work has been done, we know some things, but not others. There still are a lot more questions than answers so far.
CAN THE OFFENSIVE LINE BLOCK…..ANYBODY?
This was pretty scary in preseason week 1. It felt like we were back in 2011, watching the offensive line give the quarterbacks no time at all. Tim Tebow can only scramble around so much. The quarterback has to have time, or there will be no way for plays to develop down the field.
The scariest part, was the fact that this didn’t all come from Wayne Hunter/Austin Howard’s side. While the first team played against the Bengals, a lot of pressure came from the left side of the Jets’ line, D’Brickashaw Ferguson’s side. Isn’t he supposed to be an All-Pro. He needs to step up.
The sacks didn’t only occur in the games. Read the reports from training camp, the defense was in the backfield all day, every day. The Jets offensive line needs to figure out how to block somebody, and quickly.
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