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Help a brother out as I'm sure im missing a few guys.

 

QB - Geno, Vick, Simms, Boyd
RB - Johnson, Ivory, Powell, Richardson, Goodson
FB - Bohanon, Young
WR - Decker, Hill, Nelson, Enunwa
WR - Kerley, Saunders, Evans, Ford
TE - Cumberland, Amaro
LT - Furgerson,
LG - Winters, Dokota
C - Mangold, Schlauderaff
RG - Colon, Campell
RT - Giacomini, Aboushi

 

DE - Wilkerson, Douzable
NT - Harrison, Ellis
DE - Richardson
OLB -Coples, McIntrye,Enemkpali
ILB - Davis, George
ILB - Harris, Bellore
OLB - Pace, Barnes, Reilly
CB - Milliner, Walls, McDougle, Dixon
CB - Patterson, Wilson, Ellis
SS - Landry, Allen
FS - Pryor, Jarret, Bush

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who is the back up OT on gameday ?

 

that is a glaring hole in the roster imho

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That green text is almost illegible.  Go a little darker next time.  Us old guys don't want to work that hard to read.

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Wow we really need to sign a veteran backup OT

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Thx for adding the jags. Also forgot to add the 3 special team players in K, P, LS. Placing them aside it would be interesting to predict the remaining 50 who will make the 53 man roster. It's also realistic for all 12 picks to make the team unless you just flax out suck through camp/preseason.

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Wow we really need to sign a veteran backup OT

And we also need a backup Center. None of our Gs can play it as they're all converted to G whether from Tackle or from DT (Campell). So no need to make it harder on them to make them versatile.

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who is the back up OT on gameday ?

 

that is a glaring hole in the roster imho

 

Ben Ijalana will make this team over Aboushi, if it comes to that. Also keep an eye on Qvale

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Ben Ijalana will make this team over Aboushi, if it comes to that. Also keep an eye on Qvale

Not that Aboushi has done anything but what exactly has Ijalana brings to the table for you to make such a statement? Not trying to argue or debate as I don't know much about the two to really comment. But I do know Iiajana is going to his 4th year and Aboushi only in his second. If it's a tie the edge is definitely going to Idzik second year 5th round pick I would assume.

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Not that Aboushi has done anything but what exactly has Ijalana brings to the table for you to make such a statement? Not trying to argue or debate as I don't know much about the two to really comment. But I do know Iiajana is going to his 4th year and Aboushi only in his second. If it's a tie the edge is definitely going to Idzik second year 5th round pick I would assume.

 

Ijalana was 49th overall in 2011.   The Colts supposedly had him penciled in to start as a rookie. He had a run of injuries/bad luck and ended up having 5 surgeries in his first few years in the league.  He supposedly played very well in the 2013 preseason, PFF supposedly had him graded out pretty highly.  I checked, 15th overall at T in the 2013 preseason.  I'm sure they would prefer Aboushi, he is cheaper and signed longer, but there is plenty of reason to believe that Ijalana is the superior prospect.

 

http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/6580/ben-ijalana

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And we also need a backup Center. None of our Gs can play it as they're all converted to G whether from Tackle or from DT (Campell). So no need to make it harder on them to make them versatile.

 

I'm not sure why you think this.  They have gone the last 3 years with Schlauderaff.  Why the rush to upgrade now?  FWIW, they must like Freeman to some extent and some of the others are potential development centers. 

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Ben Ijalana will make this team over Aboushi, if it comes to that. Also keep an eye on Qvale

 

txs.  how many o-lineman do teams normally dress on game day ? 7 ? 8 ?   

 

don't teams usually keep an inside guy who can cover LG,C,RG, and an outside guy who can play LT and RT ?   

 

in your opinion can Ijalana play LT and RT ?

 

is the idea for Dozier to grow into the swing tackle ?

 

I'm so confused, I need an 0-line rundown, lol

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bump for super selfish reasons

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It's a work in progress There's a long way to go before it's all sorted out.  Playing more than one position is a big positive, and there's a lot of guys vying for a few spots. It's gonna fun to see what happens.

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txs.  how many o-lineman do teams normally dress on game day ? 7 ? 8 ?   

 

don't teams usually keep an inside guy who can cover LG,C,RG, and an outside guy who can play LT and RT ?   

 

in your opinion can Ijalana play LT and RT ?

 

is the idea for Dozier to grow into the swing tackle ?

 

I'm so confused, I need an 0-line rundown, lol

 

teams usually dress 7 and while they can do the split you've described, it's also becoming popular to do 1 sub at the 4 non center positions and 1 sub just for center. The Jets don't use a whole lot of the swing tackle as a jumbo TE in the Marty Morn era, but that also becomes a consideration.  

 

as for the Jets,  I believe Ijalana could do a better job of swing tackle than Aboushi. Aboushi honestly was dreadful last season and he could get cut. Dozier is probably just a guard (winters also played tackle in college). The backup center situation is far from locked down, the Raff could easily lose his job this preseason. The Jets might carry 10 but I don't know how  Aboushi, Campbell or Dozier get active on game day. 

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teams usually dress 7 and while they can do the split you've described, it's also becoming popular to do 1 sub at the 4 non center positions and 1 sub just for center. The Jets don't use a whole lot of the swing tackle as a jumbo TE in the Marty Morn era, but that also becomes a consideration.  

 

as for the Jets,  I believe Ijalana could do a better job of swing tackle than Aboushi. Aboushi honestly was dreadful last season and he could get cut. Dozier is probably just a guard (winters also played tackle in college). The backup center situation is far from locked down, the Raff could easily lose his job this preseason. The Jets might carry 10 but I don't know how  Aboushi, Campbell or Dozier get active on game day. 

 

txs !   I had no idea teams were using one of 2 subs for center, but I guess it makes sense since centers make the calls

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Thanks guys - excellent thread!

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I think Dozier is going to be all guard all the time, but I have read some draft reports that considered him a candidate for RT.

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I think Dozier is going to be all guard all the time, but I have read some draft reports that considered him a candidate for RT.

 

If I was Dozier and I looked at this depth chart, they would have a hard time getting me to play anything other than Guard.  :)

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how 'bout a stickey for this ickey!

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If I was Dozier and I looked at this depth chart, they would have a hard time getting me to play anything other than Guard.   :)

 

I consider this more of a roster than a depth chart, but if you sticky it I will keep up with it. 

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I consider this more of a roster than a depth chart, but if you sticky it I will keep up with it. 

 

Sounds like a plan to me, thanks.

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Looking at this shows how weak our WR corps is. Besides Decker, who is more of a possession receiver, we have not upgraded the WR position whatsoever. Really disappointing.

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I'm not sure why you think this.  They have gone the last 3 years with Schlauderaff.  Why the rush to upgrade now?  FWIW, they must like Freeman to some extent and some of the others are potential development centers. 

Dalton Freeman played good last year he got hurt early in preseaon  mike devlin is really high on him too. i would mark him down to make the final roster

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