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October 15, 2019 Update

Total: 53 

Offense  (26)
Quarterback  (2) 
     14 - Sam Darnold 6'3" 221 USC   (QB)
      5 - David Fales 6'2" 213 San Jose State (QB)

Running Back  (4) 
    26 - Le'Veon Bell 6'1" 225 Michigan State  (RB)  
    88 - Ty Montgomery 6'0" 216 Stanford  (RB)
    25 - Trenton Cannon 5'11" 185 Virginia State  (RB)   
    29 - Bilal Powell 5'10 205 Louisville (RB)

Tight End   (4)   
    89 - Chris Herndon 6'4" 253 Miami (TE)  
    84 - Ryan Griffin 6'6" 255 UCONN (TE)  
    85 - Trevon Wesco 6'3" 267  West Virginia  (TE)  
    87 - Daniel Brown 6'5" 243 James Madison (TE)  

Wide Receiver   (6) 
    11 - Robby Anderson 6'3" 190 Temple (WR)  
    82 - Jamison Crowder 5'9" 177 Duke (WR)  
    18 - Demaryius Thomas 6'3" 225 Georgia Tech (WR)  
    15 - Josh Bellamy 6'0" 208 Louisville (WR)  
    10 - Braxton Berrios  5'9" 190  Miami (FL) (WR/KR)  
    17 - Vyncint Smith 6'3" 202 Limestone (WR)  

Offensive Line   (10) 
    68 - Kelvin Beachum 6"3" 303  SMU (T)   
    72 - Brandon Shell 6'5" 325 South Carolina (T)  
    70 - Kelechi Osemele 6'5" 330 Iowa State (G)  
    55 - Ryan Kalil 6"2" 300 USC (C)
    67 - Brian Winters 6'4" 320 Kent State (G)    
    75 - Chuma Edoga 6'3" 308 USC (T)
    77 - Tom Compton 6'6" 314 South Dakota (G/T) 
    78 - Jonotthan Harrison 6"4" 300 Florida (C)
    71 - Alex Lewis 6'6" 315 Michigan (G)   
    69 - Conor McDermott 6'8" 305 UCLA (G/T)   

Defense (24)
Defensive Line  (7)  
    92 - Leonard Williams 6'5 300 USC (DE/DT)  
    96 - Henry Anderson 6'6" 300  Stanford (DE)   
    99 - Steve McLendon 6'3" 310 Troy (DT)  
    95 - Quinnen Williams 6'3" 303 Alabama  (DT)
    98 - Kyle Phillips 6'4" 277  Tennessee (DE)  
    94 - Foley Fatukasi 6'4" 318 UCONN (DE/DT)     
    60 - Jordan Willis 6'4" 270 Kansas State (DE)

Linebacker  (8)  
    57 - CJ Mosley 6'2" 250 Alabama (ILB)  
    48 - Jordan Jenkins 6'3" 259 Georgia (OLB)   
    53 - Blake Cashman 6'1" 237 Minnesota   (ILB)
    46 - Neville Hewitt 6'2" 234 Marshall (ILB)  
    51 - Brandon Copeland 6'3" 263 Penn (OLB) 
    93 - Tarell Basham 6'4" 266 Ohio (OLB)      
    44 - Harvey Langi 6'2" 250 BYU (ILB)   
    47 - Albert McClellan 6'2" 235 Marshall (ILB)

Cornerback  (5)  
    22 - Trumaine Johnson 6'1" 205 Montana (CB)    
    34 - Brian Poole 5'10" 205 Florida (CB)  
    27 - Darryl Roberts 6'0" 182 Marshall  (CB)   
    21 - Nate Hairston 6'0"185 Tulane (CB)   
    xx - Blake Countess  5'10" 191 Michigan (CB/S)  

Safety   (4)   
    33 - Jamal Adams 6'0" 214 LSU  (S) 
    45 - Rontez Miles 6'1" 210 California (PA) (S)  
    20 - Marcus Maye 6'0" 210 Florida  (S)   
    41 - Matthais Farley 5'11" 204  Temple (S)  

Special Teams (3)
Punter    (1) 
    4 - Lachlan Edwards 6'4" 215 Sam Houston State (P)  

Kicker    (1) 
    9 - Sam Ficken 6'1" 192 Penn State (PK) 

Long Snapper   (1)  
    42 - Thomas Hennessy 6'2" 246 Duke (LS)

Suspended   (1)  

  1. 97 - Nathan Shepherd 6'4" 315  Ft. Hays State (DE/DT)  (6 Game Suspension)

Practice Squad   (11)  

  1.  5 - Mike White 6'5" 218 Western Kentucky (QB)
  2. 36 - Josh Adams 6'2" 225 Notre Dame   (RB)
  3. 17 - Jeff Smith 6'0" 195  Boston College   (WR) 
  4. 18 - Greg Dortch 5'7" 173  Wake Forest  WR/KR)  
  5. 80 - Josh Malone 6'3" 208 Tennessee (WR)
  6. xx - Brandon Hitner 6'6" 305 Villanova (T)
  7. 91 - Bronson Kaufusi 6'6" 275 BYU (DE/OLB?) 
  8. xx - Cobin Kaufusi 6'9" 276 BYU (DE/OLB?) 
  9. 58 - James Burgess 6'0" 230 Louisville (LB)
  10. 35 - Kyron Brown 6'1" 195  Akron  (2019 UDFA)  (CB)
  11. 39 - Valentine Holmes 6'1" 200 Australia (RB) (International Player Exemption)

Injured Reserve - 5

  1. 19 - Trevor Siemian 6'3" 220 (QB) Northwestern  (QB)
  2. 81 - Quincy Enunwa 6'2" 225 Nebraska   (WR)    
  3. 79 - Brent Qvale 6'7 315 Nebraska (G/T) 
  4. 56 - John Franklin-Myers  6'4" 288  Stephen F Austin   (DE/OLB?)  
  5. 54 - Avery Williamson 6'1" 246 Kentucky (ILB)

Reserve / Non-Football Injury - 2
    30 - Jalin Moore  5'10" 212 Appalachian State (RB)  
    31 - Blessaun Austin 6'1" 198 Rutgers (2019 Draft Pick) (CB)   

Selected Recently-Released Players   

  • 50 - Frankie Luvu 6'3" 235 Washington State (OLB)  
  • 23 – Arthur Maulet 5’10” 190 Memphis (CB)  
Edited by Sarge4Tide
Updated 10/15/2019 after Signing Countess/Waiving Maulet
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27 minutes ago, Sarge4Tide said:

October 14, 2019 Update

Total: 53 

Offense  (26)
Quarterback  (2) 
     14 - Sam Darnold 6'3" 221 USC   (QB)
      5 - David Fales 6'24" 213 San Jose State (QB)

Running Back  (4) 
    26 - Le'Veon Bell 6'1" 225 (RB)Michigan State  
    88 - Ty Montgomery 6'0" 216 (RB) Stanford 
    25 - Trenton Cannon 5'11" 185  (RB) Virginia State    
    29 - Bilal Powell 5'10 205 (RB) Louisville

Tight End   (4)   
    89 - Chris Herndon 6'4" 253 Miami (TE)  
    84 - Ryan Griffin 6'6" 255 UCONN (TE)  
    85 - Trevon Wesco 6'3" 267  West Virginia  (TE)  
    87 - Daniel Brown 6'5" 243 James Madison (TE)  

Wide Receiver   (6) 
    11 - Robby Anderson 6'3" 190 Temple (WR)  
    82 - Jamison Crowder 5'9" 177 Duke (WR)  
    18 - Demaryius Thomas 6'3" 225 Georgia Tech (WR)  
    15 - Josh Bellamy 6'0" 208 Louisville (WR)  
    10 - Braxton Berrios  5'9" 190  Miami (FL) (WR/KR)  
    10 - Vyncint Smith 6'3" 202 Limestone (WR)  

Offensive Line   (10) 
    68 - Kelvin Beachum 6"3" 303  SMU (T)   
    72 - Brandon Shell 6'5" 325 South Carolina (T)  
    70 - Kelechi Osemele 6'5" 330 Iowa State (G)  
    55 - Ryan Kalil 6"2" 300 USC (C)
    67 - Brian Winters 6'4" 320 Kent State (G)    
    75 - Chuma Edoga 6'3" 308 (T) USC ( 
    77 - Tom Compton 6'6" 314 South Dakota (G/T) 
    78 - Jonotthan Harrison 6"4" 300 Florida (C)
    71 - Alex Lewis 6'6" 315 Michigan (G)   
    69 - Conor McDermott 6'8" 305 UCLA (G/T)   

Defense (24)
Defensive Line  (7)  
    92 - Leonard Williams 6'5 300 USC (DE/DT)  
    96 - Henry Anderson 6'6" 300  Stanford (DE)   
    99 - Steve McLendon 6'3" 310 Troy (DT)  
    95 - Quinnen Williams 6'3" 303 Alabama  (DT)
    98 - Kyle Phillips 6'4" 277  Tennessee (DE)  
    94 - Foley Fatukasi 6'4" 318 UCONN (DE/DT)     
    60 - Jordan Willis 6'4" 270 Kansas State (DE)

Linebacker  (8)  
    57 - CJ Mosley 6'2" 250 Alabama (ILB)  
    48 - Jordan Jenkins 6'3" 259 Georgia (OLB)   
    53 - Blake Cashman 6'1" 237 Minnesota   (ILB)
    46 - Neville Hewitt 6'2" 234 Marshall (ILB)  
    51 - Brandon Copeland 6'3" 263 Penn (OLB) 
    93 - Tarell Basham 6'4" 266 Ohio (OLB)      
    44 - Harvey Langi 6'2" 250 BYU (ILB)   
    47 - Albert McClellan 6'2" 235 Marshall (ILB)

Cornerback  (5)  
    22 - Trumaine Johnson 6'1" 205 Montana (CB)    
    34 - Brian Poole 5'10" 205 Florida (CB)  
    27 - Darryl Roberts 6'0" 182 Marshall  (CB)   
    21 - Nate Hairston 6'0"185 Tulane (CB)   
    23 – Arthur Maulet 5’10” 190 Memphis (CB)  

Safety   (4)   
    33 - Jamal Adams 6'0" 214 LSU  (S) 
    45 - Rontez Miles 6'1" 210 California (PA) (S)  
    20 - Marcus Maye 6'0" 210 Florida  (S)   
    41 - Matthais Farley 5'11" 204  Temple (S)  

Special Teams (3)
Punter    (1) 
    4 - Lachlan Edwards 6'4" 215 Sam Houston State (P)  

Kicker    (1) 
    9 - Sam Ficken 6'1" 192 Penn State (PK) 

Long Snapper   (1)  
    42 - Thomas Hennessy 6'2" 246 Duke (LS)

Suspended   (1)  

  1. 97 - Nathan Shepherd 6'4" 315  Ft. Hays State (DE/DT)  (6 Game Suspension)

Practice Squad   (11)  

  1.  5 - Mike White 6'5" 218 Western Kentucky (QB)
  2. 36 - Josh Adams 6'2" 225 Notre Dame   (RB)
  3. 17 - Jeff Smith 6'0" 195  Boston College   (WR) 
  4. 18 - Greg Dortch 5'7" 173  Wake Forest  WR/KR)  
  5. 80 - Josh Malone 6'3" 208 Tennessee (WR)
  6. xx - Brandon Hitner 6'6" 305 Villanova (T)
  7. 91 - Bronson Kaufusi 6'6" 275 BYU (DE/OLB?) 
  8. 58 - James Burgess 6'0" 230 Louisville (LB)
  9. 32 - Bennett Jackson  6'0" 192  Notre Dame   (CB/S) 
  10. 35 - Kyron Brown 6'1" 195  Akron  (2019 UDFA)  (CB)
  11. 39 - Valentine Holmes 6'1" 200 Australia (RB) (International Player Exemption)

Injured Reserve - 5

  1. 19 - Trevor Siemian 6'3" 220 (QB) Northwestern  (QB)
  2. 81 - Quincy Enunwa 6'2" 225 Nebraska   (WR)    
  3. 79 - Brent Qvale 6'7 315 Nebraska (G/T) 
  4. 56 - John Franklin-Myers  6'4" 288  Stephen F Austin   (DE/OLB?)  
  5. 54 - Avery Williamson 6'1" 246 Kentucky (ILB)

Reserve / Non-Football Injury - 2
    30 - Jalin Moore  5'10" 212 Appalachian State (RB)  
    31 - Blessaun Austin 6'1" 198 Rutgers (2019 Draft Pick) (CB)   

Selected Released Players   

  • 50 - Frankie Luvu 6'3" 235 Washington State (OLB)  

 

Now....what shirts are they all wearing?

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1 hour ago, The Voice of Reason said:

I still don't see Bellamy's value to this team... JMHO.  

Plays a lot of specials 

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1 hour ago, Mark78 said:

Does anyone have an update on Austin? 

Because he was put on IR before the season started, doesn't that mean he can't come back?

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1 hour ago, New York Mick said:

Why is there 4 TEs on the team? Two of them are a waste of a roster spot. 

Maybe double TE sets to help the running game vs NE?

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I was more than a bit disappointed to not see Brandon Copeland get any snaps as he was arguably our best pass rusher last year.  Basham has been decent, but Copeland has speed off the edge.

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7 minutes ago, deucebag said:

I was more than a bit disappointed to not see Brandon Copeland get any snaps as he was arguably our best pass rusher last year.  Basham has been decent, but Copeland has speed off the edge.

Was Copeland active yesterday? 

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1 hour ago, Mark78 said:

Does anyone have an update on Austin? 

Starting in 2012, the NFL and the NFLPA reached an agreement allowing one player placed on injured reserve to be brought back to the active roster.[3] Provided that the player was on the final 53-man preseason roster (a rule exempted for the 2012 season), and that the injury is deemed to keep this player unable to practice or play football for an estimated six weeks, the player may be allowed to practice after Week 6, and be activated to play after Week 8.[4] In 2017, the rule was changed to allow up to two players to return from injured reserve after Week 8.

 

I think I recall that Austin was close to being ready at the start of the season and the plan was he would be playing week 8.

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1 minute ago, joewilly12 said:

Was Copeland active yesterday? 

Yes, technically, but didnt see him on the field.

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1 minute ago, deucebag said:

Yes, technically, but didnt see him on the field.

Me neither.

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3 minutes ago, deucebag said:

Starting in 2012, the NFL and the NFLPA reached an agreement allowing one player placed on injured reserve to be brought back to the active roster.[3] Provided that the player was on the final 53-man preseason roster (a rule exempted for the 2012 season), and that the injury is deemed to keep this player unable to practice or play football for an estimated six weeks, the player may be allowed to practice after Week 6, and be activated to play after Week 8.[4] In 2017, the rule was changed to allow up to two players to return from injured reserve after Week 8.

 

I think I recall that Austin was close to being ready at the start of the season and the plan was he would be playing week 8.

I don't think he was on the 53 pre-season roster.... which means he is out for the year.

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3 minutes ago, Skeptable said:

I don't think he was on the 53 pre-season roster.... which means he is out for the year.

The Jets placed Austin (knee) on the reserve/non-football injury list Saturday, per the league's official transactions report.

Austin still appears to be working his way back from an ACL injury. The rookie will be ineligible to practice or play for the first six weeks of the season due to his placement on the reserve/NFI list.

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5 minutes ago, Skeptable said:

I don't think he was on the 53 pre-season roster.... which means he is out for the year.

During the preseason, the league also allows players with long-term, but not season-ending, injuries to be placed into one of three designations: physically unable to perform (PUP), for injuries sustained during the previous season or during offseason training activities (a player who passes their physical at the beginning of training camp and practices is physically able to participate and is thus ineligible for the PUP list), reserve/non-football injury (NFI), for injuries sustained outside of team or league activities (despite the name, this includes lingering injuries from college football play, should an injured player be drafted and join the team), or reserve/non-football illness (NFI), for severe illnesses sustained by players unrelated to football. Players on the PUP list can be moved to the active roster after week 6 of the regular season or placed on injured reserve. As of 2018, players on the NFI lists can begin practicing after week 6 but cannot be activated until their team has played eight games. When a player from the NFI lists begins practicing, a three-week window starts in which they are eligible to be moved to the active roster. If the player is not activated at the conclusion of the three-week window, they must remain on the NFI list for the rest of the season.[7] During the regular season, players on the PUP list and injured reserve do not count against the league's 53-man roster maximum, but do count against the 90-man roster limit.

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28 minutes ago, Skeptable said:

Maybe double TE sets to help the running game vs NE?

I’d love to see that or Wesco come in as a FB but I haven’t seen it yet. 

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5 minutes ago, deucebag said:

During the preseason, the league also allows players with long-term, but not season-ending, injuries to be placed into one of three designations: physically unable to perform (PUP), for injuries sustained during the previous season or during offseason training activities (a player who passes their physical at the beginning of training camp and practices is physically able to participate and is thus ineligible for the PUP list), reserve/non-football injury (NFI), for injuries sustained outside of team or league activities (despite the name, this includes lingering injuries from college football play, should an injured player be drafted and join the team), or reserve/non-football illness (NFI), for severe illnesses sustained by players unrelated to football. Players on the PUP list can be moved to the active roster after week 6 of the regular season or placed on injured reserve. As of 2018, players on the NFI lists can begin practicing after week 6 but cannot be activated until their team has played eight games. When a player from the NFI lists begins practicing, a three-week window starts in which they are eligible to be moved to the active roster. If the player is not activated at the conclusion of the three-week window, they must remain on the NFI list for the rest of the season.[7] During the regular season, players on the PUP list and injured reserve do not count against the league's 53-man roster maximum, but do count against the 90-man roster limit.

Ok so the NFI list is different... I got it, thanks... Because he is on the NFI he can return, but if he was injured in pre-season and didn't make the final 53 he cannot return

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5 minutes ago, New York Mick said:

I’d love to see that or Wesco come in as a FB but I haven’t seen it yet. 

Maybe Gase has been saving it... Hahaha... triple TE sets... Waaaa .... Just keep Brady off the field formation

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3 minutes ago, Skeptable said:

Maybe Gase has been saving it... Hahaha... triple TE sets... Waaaa .... Just keep Brady off the field formation

I want to see Brady on the field getting hit, missing receivers, receivers dropping balls and him getting flustered. 

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5 hours ago, Sarge4Tide said:

October 14, 2019 Update

Total: 53 

Offense  (26)
Quarterback  (2) 
     14 - Sam Darnold 6'3" 221 USC   (QB)
      5 - David Fales 6'2" 213 San Jose State (QB)

Running Back  (4) 
    26 - Le'Veon Bell 6'1" 225 (RB)Michigan State  
    88 - Ty Montgomery 6'0" 216 (RB) Stanford 
    25 - Trenton Cannon 5'11" 185  (RB) Virginia State    
    29 - Bilal Powell 5'10 205 (RB) Louisville

Tight End   (4)   
    89 - Chris Herndon 6'4" 253 Miami (TE)  
    84 - Ryan Griffin 6'6" 255 UCONN (TE)  
    85 - Trevon Wesco 6'3" 267  West Virginia  (TE)  
    87 - Daniel Brown 6'5" 243 James Madison (TE)  

Wide Receiver   (6) 
    11 - Robby Anderson 6'3" 190 Temple (WR)  
    82 - Jamison Crowder 5'9" 177 Duke (WR)  
    18 - Demaryius Thomas 6'3" 225 Georgia Tech (WR)  
    15 - Josh Bellamy 6'0" 208 Louisville (WR)  
    10 - Braxton Berrios  5'9" 190  Miami (FL) (WR/KR)  
    10 - Vyncint Smith 6'3" 202 Limestone (WR)  

Offensive Line   (10) 
    68 - Kelvin Beachum 6"3" 303  SMU (T)   
    72 - Brandon Shell 6'5" 325 South Carolina (T)  
    70 - Kelechi Osemele 6'5" 330 Iowa State (G)  
    55 - Ryan Kalil 6"2" 300 USC (C)
    67 - Brian Winters 6'4" 320 Kent State (G)    
    75 - Chuma Edoga 6'3" 308 (T) USC ( 
    77 - Tom Compton 6'6" 314 South Dakota (G/T) 
    78 - Jonotthan Harrison 6"4" 300 Florida (C)

    71 - Alex Lewis 6'6" 315 Michigan (G)   
    69 - Conor McDermott 6'8" 305 UCLA (G/T)   

 

For Fun--

Highlighted is who'd still have on my roster come new calendar year in March

  • That's a lot of roster space to fill... a lot
  • only one i put purple was Robbie... We'll see how the year plays out, but he's gonna want low-end WR1 money. This is going to be likely 1 of 2 (if he's lucky) big pay days. 

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7 hours ago, Rolloffjet said:

We have 2 wr with #10. I thought after preseason you could not have 2 of the same # 

Good catch!  Smith should be #17.  Fixed it.

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16 hours ago, Rolloffjet said:

We have 2 wr with #10. I thought after preseason you could not have 2 of the same # 

I thought they retired #10 Chad Pennington 

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27 minutes ago, joewilly12 said:

I thought they retired #10 Chad Pennington 

wasn't that Santonio Holmes # They should have retired him after he just drops the ball tearing his Achilles.

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19 hours ago, Skeptable said:

Because he was put on IR before the season started, doesn't that mean he can't come back?

He was put on the Non-Football Injury list / PUP..I'm pretty sure that enables him (if healthy enough) in a week or two to start practicing for a 3 week period. If after those 3 weeks he either needs to be placed on the 53 man or goes on season ending IR..

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19 hours ago, deucebag said:

Yes, technically, but didnt see him on the field.

via Cimini:

Jets defensive snap counts (based on 76): DL — L. Williams 54, Q. Williams 48, Phillips 39, Fatukasi 32, McLendon 31, Willis 14; LB — Cashman 70, Hewitt 49, Jenkins 48, Basham 41, McClellan 27, Copeland 7; DB — Johnson 76, Roberts 76, Adams 76, Maye 76, Poole 69, Miles 3. ANALYSIS: Hewitt left temporarily with a shoulder injury, which meant PT for McClellan, who left with a concussion. Defense was in nickel almost the entire game. Not much work for Copeland in season debut. (Via Next Gen Stats)

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It won't be popular but I can see Qvale taking Osemel's roster spot once he goes on IR.

 

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26 minutes ago, C Mart said:

via Cimini:

Jets defensive snap counts (based on 76): DL — L. Williams 54, Q. Williams 48, Phillips 39, Fatukasi 32, McLendon 31, Willis 14; LB — Cashman 70, Hewitt 49, Jenkins 48, Basham 41, McClellan 27, Copeland 7; DB — Johnson 76, Roberts 76, Adams 76, Maye 76, Poole 69, Miles 3. ANALYSIS: Hewitt left temporarily with a shoulder injury, which meant PT for McClellan, who left with a concussion. Defense was in nickel almost the entire game. Not much work for Copeland in season debut. (Via Next Gen Stats)

Yeah, my argument was Basham and Jenkins got all the snaps from the EDGE, but Copeland is a better pass rusher than either of them.

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