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https://www.ourlads.com/nfldepthcharts/pfdepthcharts.aspx
 

CJ Mosley  #3 behind Davis & Phillips

Edoga over Clark

Mims locked in as#2 WR

Perine #1 RB? Lol

Zuniga, Nasirildee Ann Hamilcar Rashed  1-3 at LOLB

Hall and Austin starting CB.... for now

Offense - New York Jets
NYJ LWR  00 Davis, Corey U/Ten 17 Smith, Vyncint CF18 18 Doctson, Josh SF20 81 Montgomery, DJ W/Cle 00 Bailey, Manasseh SF21
NYJ RWR  11 Mims, Denzel 20/2 84 Cole, Keelan U/Jax 86 Cager, Lawrence CF20 83 Malone, Josh SF19 1  Scott, Jaleel SF20
NYJ SWR  82 Crowder, Jamison U/Was 00 Moore, Elijah 21/2 10 Berrios, Braxton W/NE 16 Smith, Jeff CF19 00 Cole, Matt W/SF
NYJ LT  77 Becton, Mekhi 20/1 75 Edoga, Chuma 19/3 72 Clark, Cameron 20/4 00 Hermanns, Grant CF21    
NYJ LG  71 Lewis, Alex T/Bal 00 Vera-Tucker, Alijah 21/1 00 Levin, Corey SF21        
NYJ C  60 McGovern, Connor U/Den 61 Murray, James SF19 63 Koloamatangi, Leo SF19        
NYJ RG  62 VAN ROTEN, GREG U/Car 00 Feeney, Dan U/LAC 69 McDermott, Conor W/Buf        
NYJ RT  76 Fant, George U/Sea 75 Edoga, Chuma 19/3 00 Saltes, Teton CF21        
NYJ TE  89 Herndon, Christopher 18/4 84 GRIFFIN, RYAN SF19 00 Kroft, Tyler U/Buf 85 Wesco, Trevon 19/4 45 Davis, Connor SF20
NYJ TE              00 Yeboah, Kenny CF21 87 Brown, Daniel U/Chi
NYJ QB  00 Wilson, Zach 21/1 4  Morgan, James 20/4 8  White, Mike SF19        
NYJ RB  22 Perine, Lamical 20/4 25 Johnson, Ty W/Det 00 Coleman, Tevin U/SF 00 Carter, Michael 21/4 36 Adams, Josh SF19
NYJ RB                  35 Guerriero, Pete CF20
Defense - New York Jets
NYJ RDE  95 Williams, Quinnen 19/1 00 CURRY, VINNY U/Phi 97 Shepherd, Nathan 18/3 47 Huff, Bryce CF20    
NYJ DT  94 Fatukasi, Folorunso 18/6 00 Marshall, Jonathan 21/6 79 Smart, Tanzel SF20        
NYJ LDE  00 Rankins, Sheldon U/NO 98 Phillips, Kyle CF19 91 Franklin-Myers, John W/LAR        
NYJ OLB  00 Lawson, Carl U/Cin 47 Huff, Bryce CF20 54 Finch, Sharif SF20 56 Dawkins, Noah SF20    
NYJ ILB  53 Cashman, Blake 19/5 44 Langi, Harvey SF18 00 Sherwood, Jamien 21/5        
NYJ ILB  00 Davis, Jarrad U/Det 00 Phillips, Del'Shawn SF21 57 Mosley, CJ U/Bal        
NYJ OLB  92 Zuniga, Jabari 20/3 00 Nasirildeen, Hamsah 21/6 00 Rashed Jr., Hamilcar CF21        
NYJ LCB  31 Austin, Blessuan 19/6 40 Guidry, Javelin CF20 27 Ballentine, Corey W/NYG 00 Pinnock, Jason 21/5 39 Jackson, Bennett W/Bal
NYJ LCB                  33 Lewis, Zane W/Arz
NYJ SS  32 Davis, Ashtyn 20/3 00 JOYNER, LAMARCUS CC/LV 26 Campbell, Elijah SF20        
NYJ FS  20 Maye, Marcus 17/2 26 Hampton, Saquan SF20 49 Hassell, JT P/NE        
NYJ RCB  37 Hall, Bryce 20/5 00 Hardee, Justin U/NO 35 Brown, Kyron CF19 00 Carter III, Michael 21/5 38 Jackson, Lamar CF20
NYJ NB  00 Echols, Brandin 21/6                
Special Teams - New York Jets
NYJ PT  7  Mann, Braden 20/6                
NYJ PK  3  McLaughlin, Chase W/Jax 9  Ficken, Sam SF19            
NYJ LS  42 Hennessy, Thomas T/Ind                
NYJ H  7  Mann, Braden 20/6                
NYJ PR  10 Berrios, Braxton W/NE 82 Crowder, Jamison U/Was            
NYJ KR  25 Johnson, Ty W/Det                
NYJ KO  3  McLaughlin, Chase W/Jax          

 

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Perrine #1 on the depth chart!?!?!?!?!?!!??!?!?!?  I was told he'd be cut because he's hot garbage!!!!!!!!!!

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14 minutes ago, Beerfish said:

How come we are still playing a 3-4?

I feel like we can pretty much end the thread here. If they’ve got the wrong base defense alignment that’s probably an indication there are several other mistakes.

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Ourlads keeps track of team rosters and that section of their site is kept up to date.  It is useful when scouting opponents during the season.  But the depth charts are not kept up to date until the season is underway.  Right now, they are trying to keep the rosters straight given the influx of new talent.  If you count up the players on the rosters, you will see they fall short of the 90 players that teams have under contract.

Those depth charts will look more realistic after final cuts and teams get down to 53.  If you are going to peruse the Ourlads web site.  Consider the section on last year's rookies.  It is a week by week look at which rookies are doing the best at their respective positions.  Last time I looked, they still had last year's reviews on the site.  It is a great read and it provides perspective on which teams have had a strong draft and who is circling the bowl.  Last year, Becton and Hall both got attention.  One week, Lamar Jackson got noticed.  It can also show which position groups were strong and which were not.  For example, tight ends were scarce last season. 

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1 minute ago, Irish Jet said:

Garbage.

No one has an idea what the depth chart will be yet. 

Discussion...... obviously not written in stone 

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They left Naggar off of there... if he wins the job, 3 guys should be let go (McLaughlin, Chase & Ficken)... that's a +2 in the jets favor.

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11 minutes ago, 32EBoozer said:

Discussion...... obviously not written in stone 

I do think not running a base 3-4 is written in stone, though.

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These ourlads depth charts are a nice way to easlly view the entire roster and players by position.  The "depth chart" part is meaningless until we get closer to the season.

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3 minutes ago, Lith said:

These ourlads depth charts are a nice way to easlly view the entire roster and players by position.  The "depth chart" part is meaningless until we get closer to the season.

Agreed.... discussion only.

Heres something I also found on OL Combine related

#8 & #10 respectively.

OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS
1 Parsons, *Micah Penn St.
2 Werner, Pete Ohio St.
3 Ossai, *Joseph Texas
4 Wallow, Garret TCU
5 Elliss, Christian Idaho
6 Hines III, *Anthony Texas AM
7 Ojulari, *Azeez Georgia
8 Eifler, Milo Illinois
9 Stevens, JaCoby LSU
10 Rashed Jr., Hamilcar Oregon St.
11 White, Jarell Cincinnati
12 McDuffie, *Isaiah Boston College
13 Cole, Riley South Alabama
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When you look at the WR group it has become such a strong aspect of our roster in a short space of time. Davis, Mims, Cole, Moore are assured of their spot. Crowder and Berrios will be under pressure because you'd have to presume one will be cut. Then between Doctson, Cager, Vincent and Jeff Smith for possibly the last roster spot.

Our practice squad will be better this year than the starters in some games last year 

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Predicted opening game 53 man roster and depth chart.  Surprise Starters in Cameron Clark and Jabari Zuninga, and a 16 man Practice Squad loaded with familiar faces. 

OFFENSE

QB -  Zach Wilson, Nick Foles, James Morgan 

RB - Tevin Coleman , Michael Carter, Ty Johnson, Josh Adams

TE - Chris Herndon , Kenny Yeboah, Ryan Griffin

WR 1  -  Corey Davis, Jameson Crowder, Keelan Cole, Lawrence Cager

WR  2 - Denzel Mims, Elijah Moore, Keelan Cole, Lawrence Cager

WR 3  - Jamison Crowder and Elijah Moore (co-starters), Keelan Cole 

LT - Mekhi Becton, George Fant, Chuma Edoga

LG -  Alijah Vera-Tucker, Cameron Clark, Connor McDermott

C - Conner McGovern, Dan Feeney

RG - Cameron Clark, Greg Van Roten, Connor McDermott

RT - George Fant, Chuma Edoga, Connor McDermott

 

DEFENSE

LDE - Carl Lawson, Hamilcar Rashad, Jr.

LDT - Quinnen Williams, John Franklin-Myers

RDT - Sheldon Rankins, Foley Fatuski

RDE - Jabari Zuniga, Vinny Curry 

WLB - Blake Cashman, Jamien Sherwood

MLB - CJ Mosely,  Jarrad Davis

SLB - Jaraad Davis, Bryce Huff

LCB - Bryce Hall. Jason Pinnock, Lamar Jackson

RCB - Bless Austin, Lamar Jackson, Isiah Dunn

Slot CB - Michael Carter II, Brandin Echols

SS - Marcus Maye, Hamsah Nasirildeen

FS - Lamarcus Joyner, Ashtyn Davis 

 

SPECIAL TEAMS

P - Braden Mann

K  - Chris Naggar

LS - Thomas Hennessy

PR - Elijah Moore 

KR - Ty Johnson

Practice Squad (16): La'Michael Perine (RB); Trevon Wesco (TE/FB); Braxton Berrios (WR); Vyncint Smith (WR); Teton Saltes (G/T); Tristen Hoge (G/T/C); Grant Hermanns (T); Nathan Shepherd (DE/DT); Kyle Phillips 6'4" 277 (DE); Jonathan Marshall (DT) ;  Milo Eifler (LB); Noah Dawkins (LB) ; Javelin Guidry (CB); Justin Hardee (CB); Corey Ballentine (CB/KR) ; JT Hassell (S)

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1 minute ago, Sonny Werblin said:

Predicted opening game 53 man roster and depth chart.  Surprise Starters in Cameron Clark and Jabari Zuninga, and a 16 man Practice Squad loaded with familiar faces. 

OFFENSE

QB -  Zach Wilson, Nick Foles, James Morgan 

RB - Tevin Coleman , Michael Carter, Ty Johnson, Josh Adams

TE - Chris Herndon , Kenny Yeboah, Ryan Griffin

WR 1  -  Corey Davis, Jameson Crowder, Keelan Cole, Lawrence Cager

WR  2 - Denzel Mims, Elijah Moore, Keelan Cole, Lawrence Cager

WR 3  - Jamison Crowder and Elijah Moore (co-starters), Keelan Cole 

LT - Mekhi Becton, George Fant, Chuma Edoga

LG -  Alijah Vera-Tucker, Cameron Clark, Connor McDermott

C - Conner McGovern, Dan Feeney

RG - Cameron Clark, Greg Van Roten, Connor McDermott

RT - George Fant, Chuma Edoga, Connor McDermott

 

DEFENSE

LDE - Carl Lawson, Hamilcar Rashad, Jr.

LDT - Quinnen Williams, John Franklin-Myers

RDT - Sheldon Rankins, Foley Fatuski

RDE - Jabari Zuniga, Vinny Curry 

WLB - Blake Cashman, Jamien Sherwood

MLB - CJ Mosely,  Jarrad Davis

SLB - Jaraad Davis, Bryce Huff

LCB - Bryce Hall. Jason Pinnock, Lamar Jackson

RCB - Bless Austin, Lamar Jackson, Isiah Dunn

Slot CB - Michael Carter II, Brandin Echols

SS - Marcus Maye, Hamsah Nasirildeen

FS - Lamarcus Joyner, Ashtyn Davis 

 

SPECIAL TEAMS

P - Braden Mann

K  - Chris Naggar

LS - Thomas Hennessy

PR - Elijah Moore 

KR - Ty Johnson

Practice Squad (16): La'Michael Perine (RB); Trevon Wesco (TE/FB); Braxton Berrios (WR); Vyncint Smith (WR); Teton Saltes (G/T); Tristen Hoge (G/T/C); Grant Hermanns (T); Nathan Shepherd (DE/DT); Kyle Phillips 6'4" 277 (DE); Jonathan Marshall (DT) ;  Milo Eifler (LB); Noah Dawkins (LB) ; Javelin Guidry (CB); Justin Hardee (CB); Corey Ballentine (CB/KR) ; JT Hassell (S)

Are you sure about 16 players to PS?
Hardee will be on ST roster as will Wesco, Perine, Shepherd, Phillips & Guidry
 

How about expanded rosters?

Yes. More jobs. That's another way the players benefit. The game-day active roster will increase from 46 to 48 players (although one of the extra players must be an offensive lineman, which will give teams more flexibility to have three extra linemen). Practice squads will expand from 10 players to 12 in 2020 and 2021 and to 14 starting in 2022. Practice-squad salaries also are going up -- the minimum salary is $8,000 per week in the current CBA, and it will rise to $11,500 by 2022 -- and those players will be eligible for 401(k) and tuition assistance benefits.

Two practice-squad players per week may be elevated to the team's roster, meaning game-week roster sizes could effectively increase from 53 to 55. And a player elevated from the practice squad to the 55-man roster could be sent back to the practice squad two times without having to clear waivers.

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42 minutes ago, Lith said:

These ourlads depth charts are a nice way to easlly view the entire roster and players by position.  The "depth chart" part is meaningless until we get closer to the season.

This.

Some folks need to chill out, lol.  Expecting an accurate depth chart a week after the draft is pretty lol,

Saleh himself doesn't know his depth chart right now.

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Don't put too much stock into who they have as starters, backups, etc.  We know certain things like Perine won't start, Vera-Tucker will start, and Mosley won't be a backup.  But a few things do jump out to me...

1. We need a veteran backup QB

2. We need another CB

3. TE still concerns me a bit

4. The WR depth chart is the best it's been since 2015 with Marshall, Decker, etc.

5. Some serious potential for that DLine to be a force.

6. Saleh could do everything from 4-3 to 4-2-5 to 4-1-6 so it almost doesn't matter who is listed past the first level of the Defense.  It seems like we could see an infinite number of combinations back there with the best guys getting on the field.  

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