Speaking of the Jets, I’ve been told by several sources that a number of veteran players were miffed by the fact many of the teams rookies were not seeing more playing time towards the end of the 2012 season. One player they point to was seventh round pick Jordan White, whom they said was ready to see extensive action, especially considering the teams woes at the receiver position, yet barely saw the field.
An ideal and rare opportunity to speak on Rex Ryan's foolishness. Here he had a great opportunity to see what Jordan White was made and instead they play Chaz Schilens!
One thing to brush under the rug is that last year's team simply had more young players trying to carve a niche than in the past 3-4 years. I should check on that but it's 2 AM muhfckas.
What you need to do is ignore Stephen Hill's injury, Davis and Coples' increased playing time, the emergence of Jeremy Kerley, McElroy's opportunity to show off, the OL coach being forced to play young Vlad (I know I know), the continued development of Wilkerson into an absolute stud, the increased playing time of Kenrick Ellis paused only for injury, McIntyre...Mauga until he got hurt...Lankster...Allen got some time etc...Once you get past all that then it totally makes sense to go after not playing Jordan White.
Edited by SenorGato, 25 February 2013 - 01:59 AM.