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Marty Mornhinweg: "We’ve got an opportunity to become one of the better offensive lines in the league." http://www.nj.com/jets/index.ssf/2014/05/jets_marty_mornhinweg...ining_camp.html …
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Sarge4tide wrote: I hope the praise of Aboushi is sincere and not wishful thinking
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Jets RG Willie Colon (knee, biceps) is expected to be ready for training camp.
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football51 wrote: I hate when I read something like that. The Jets don't lack "depth" at guard. They lack "experience".
Posted: 5/31/2014 4:06 PM
SackExchange wrote: football51 wrote: I hate when I read something like that. The Jets don't lack "depth" at guard. They lack "experience".In all fairness, every team lacks depth on the OL. Seldom do teams have starter-quality guards on the roster to be their third G.
Posted: 6/9/2014 5:51 PM
Jetman55 wrote: I'd say the jets have stockpiled talent behind Colon, but it's unproven talent. Remember the Packers took a lot of crap for their weak secondary when they moved Woodson to safety. They weren't weak at CB, but the CBs were unproven. Now Shields is viewed as a top 10 CB and secondary outside of safety has been solid since Woodson transitioned. The media assumes a lack of talent until proven instead of just pointing out a lack of experience. I feel that is us at OG, we may have 4 OGs looking for 2 spots and may the best win. Teh key is we're not searching the scrap heaps for retreads...which was our old model. I am very happy with our depth at OG and I am very excited to see how these 4 perform this preseason (Winters, Aboushi, Campbell, and Dozier). All 4 kids have a chance to be starters in this league and Capbell can be a Brandon Moore type with Aboushi and Dozier being big road graders. WInters is a pulling guard that is very athletic. There is plenty of talent behind Colon and if he wasn't brought back last year (I didn't hear anyone else chasing him), we'd still be fine heading into camp, IMO. I'd just rather have him than not in case the kids need more time. He also seems like a stand up guy who wouldn't hesitate to help a kid. OG is one of the most comfortable spots on the roster for me.
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