2 standouts and 3 duds from Monday's ugly NY Jets training camp practice

It was a rough day for the Jets offense on Monday
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The NY Jets' defense has gotten the better of the team's offense for the majority of training camp so far, and that was very much the case again during Monday's practice.

With just a few days remaining until the team's preseason opener, the Jets returned to the practice field on Monday with their longest session to date. It didn't seem to help Aaron Rodgers and the offense, though, who struggled for most of the day.

Corey Davis and Garrett Wilson both sat out again, although Davis, who has been nursing an illness, is expected to return as soon as tomorrow. Wilson probably isn't too far behind him.

Let's take a look at some of the more notable standouts and duds from the Jets' ugly practice on Monday.

Dud: The entire NY Jets offense

It isn't uncommon for defenses to get the better of offenses in training camp, especially early on. That has absolutely been the case for the Jets this summer, and that trend continued on Monday.

Despite a hot start, Aaron Rodgers finished just 8-of-17, going 4-of-11 on his final 15 throws. A lot of this wasn't his fault, although he did toss an interception to safety Tony Adams on an overthrow to Mecole Hardman.

The Jets dealt with drop issues again on Monday, with Allen Lazard and Zonovan Knight each dropping a pass. That makes it three drops for Lazard in only two practices — he notably struggled with drops in Green Bay.

The offensive line was also a mess, specifically the first-team unit. The likes of Carl Lawson and Will McDonald lived in the backfield on Monday as Rodgers had very little time to throw.

It's still early, but the offensive line has been notably the weakest position group on the roster this summer.