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5 NY Jets who could make the Pro Bowl in the 2022 season

NY Jets, Alijah Vera-Tucker
NY Jets, Alijah Vera-Tucker / Jim McIsaac/GettyImages
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The NY Jets haven't exactly been featured too much at the Pro Bowl over the last few years, but after yet another promising free agency and draft, the team has gathered enough talent that we may see that change in 2022.

Given the reputation of the Jets around the league, it may take a few years of team success until we see multiple Jets at the Pro Bowl again, but looking around this roster, it's the most potential we've seen from a Jets team in quite some time.

Injuries have derailed recent Jets seasons as lately the team has struggled with health, but if these five players can stay healthy, they have a great shot at representing Gang Green with the honor of being considered Pro Bowlers.


1. Alijah Vera-Tucker, OG, NY Jets

When the Jets traded up to draft USC's Alijah Vera-Tucker 14th overall in 2021, many fans and analysts criticized the move. But after a stellar rookie campaign, it seems like a great trade for the future of the Jets.

His move to right guard to accommodate the signing of Laken Tomlinson might make the learning curve for his sophomore season a little harder, but given the talent that's already been on display, there's no reason that Vera-Tucker can't be a Pro Bowl-caliber guard.

With Mekhi Becton likely to slot in next to him, the right side of the Jets line looks incredibly formidable. If they both stay healthy, we could be looking at one of the best combos in the AFC.

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