NY Jets offensive grades for a dreadful Week 9 loss on MNF

That was ugly...

NY Jets, Zach Wilson
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NY Jets offensive line

It was a terrible outing from the offensive line. Zach Wilson holding the ball, being careless with the ball, and running into sacks doesn’t help, but the offensive line really struggled all night against the Chargers pass rush. 

Billy Turner had a disastrous start to his right tackle stint with the Jets, allowing nine pressures, three sacks, and two quarterback hits. 

Laken Tomlinson, one of the lone healthy legitimate NFL starters on the line, had another horrific game. Playing his normal left guard opposition, Tomlinson surrendered seven pressures, two sacks, and a quarterback hit. 

Mekhi Becton allowed five pressures and a sack, Max Mitchell at right guard allowed four pressures and a sack, and Tippmann allowed two pressures. As a unit, the offensive line allowed 27 (!!!!) pressures, eight sacks, and three additional quarterback hits.

Modern NFL offenses can’t compete like this. Zach Wilson cannot be successful like this. Nathaniel Hackett can’t be successful like this.

Grade: F

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