Alka Posted August 25, 2019 Share Posted August 25, 2019 I understand the glass half full/half empty mentality, but the Jets were exposed last night and I believe will be an indication of what lies ahead this year. We have no real depth at cornerback, and right now, I am not confident that our injured starters will slide right in and do the job when healthy. Jets were summarily ripped open last night by the first team offense of the Saints, and wasn't even a contest. Next, our offensive line was nowhere in opening up holes for the running backs, and Darnold was pressured when throwing. How can we expect our 34 year old center and injured left and right guards to step right in and make everything alright? I think it is reasonable to expect that the health of these players will not be able to hold up all year, and our lack of depth will come back to bite us. I believe we are a legitimate 7 win team this year, and any "experts" thinking we make the playoffs don't know what they are talking about. The only reason we may win 8 games is because the Phins and Bills are mediocre at best, and we should get 3 wins just from playing them. McCagnon did some good things this past offseason, but he fell short big-time with offensive line and cornerback position, and he doomed us for a step up to mediocrity for this coming year. 6 9 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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