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2010 Jets

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2023 Jets

2010 Roster

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No. Player Age Pos G GS Wt Ht College/Univ BirthDate Yrs AV Drafted (tm/rnd/yr)
  Team Total 27.2   16   247.0 6-2.0     4.1    
8 Mark Brunell 40 QB 2 0 215 6-1 Washington 9/17/1970 16 0 Green Bay Packers / 5th / 118th pick / 1993
11 Kellen Clemens 27 QB 1 0 220 6-2 Oregon 6/7/1983 4 0 New York Jets / 2nd / 49th pick / 2006
87 David Clowney 25 WR 3 0 190 6-1 Virginia Tech 7/7/1985 2 0 Green Bay Packers / 5th / 157th pick / 2007
34 Marquice Cole 27 DB 12 1 184 5-11 Northwestern 11/13/1983 1 2  
30 Drew Coleman 27 DB 16 4 180 5-9 TCU 4/22/1983 4 3 New York Jets / 6th / 189th pick / 2006
38 John Conner 23 RB 16 0 240 5-11 Kentucky 6/8/1987 Rook 0 New York Jets / 5th / 139th pick / 2010
27 Emanuel Cook 22 DB 4 0 214 5-10 South Carolina 1/20/1988 1 0  
89 Jerricho Cotchery 28 WR 14 5 205 6-1 North Carolina St. 6/16/1982 6 3 New York Jets / 4th / 108th pick / 2004
31 Antonio Cromartie 26 RCB 15 15 210 6-2 Florida St. 4/15/1984 4 6 San Diego Chargers / 1st / 19th pick / 2006
86 Jeff Cumberland 23 TE 1 0 249 6-4 Illinois 5/2/1987 Rook 0  
54 Kenwin Cummings 24 DE 3 0 270 6-3 Wingate 7/23/1986 1 0  
70 Mike DeVito 26 RDE 16 11 298 6-3 Maine 6/10/1984 3 12  
94 Marcus Dixon 26 DE 3 1 295 6-4 Hampton 9/16/1984 Rook 1  
62 Vlad Ducasse 23 G 2 0 329 6-5 Massachusetts 10/15/1987 Rook 0 New York Jets / 2nd / 61st pick / 2010
17 Braylon Edwards 27 WR 16 15 214 6-3 Michigan 2/21/1983 5 7 Cleveland Browns / 1st / 3rd pick / 2005
92 Shaun Ellis 33 LDE 15 15 290 6-5 Tennessee 6/24/1977 10 8 New York Jets / 1st / 12th pick / 2000
60 D'Brickashaw Ferguson 27 LT 16 16 310 6-6 Virginia 12/10/1983 4 8 New York Jets / 1st / 4th pick / 2006
2 Nick Folk 26 K 16 0 222 6-1 Arizona 11/5/1984 3 1 Dallas Cowboys / 6th / 178th pick / 2007
50 Vernon Gholston 24 DE 16 2 258 6-4 Ohio St. 6/5/1986 2 2 New York Jets / 1st / 6th pick / 2008
71 Jarron Gilbert 24 DT 1 0 287 6-5 San Jose St. 9/30/1986 1 0 Chicago Bears / 3rd / 68th pick / 2009
95 Howard Green 31 DT 2 0 340 6-2 LSU 1/12/1979 8 0 Houston Texans / 6th / 190th pick / 2002
23 Shonn Greene 25 RB 15 2 235 5-10 Iowa 8/21/1985 1 5 New York Jets / 3rd / 65th pick / 2009
52 David Harris 26 RILB 16 16 250 6-2 Michigan 1/21/1984 3 9 New York Jets / 2nd / 47th pick / 2007
84 Ben Hartsock 30 TE 16 7 265 6-4 Ohio St. 7/5/1980 6 0 Indianapolis Colts / 3rd / 68th pick / 2004
10 Santonio Holmes 26 WR 12 10 192 5-11 Ohio St. 3/3/1984 4 6 Pittsburgh Steelers / 1st / 25th pick / 2006
78 Wayne Hunter 29 T 14 4 318 6-5 Hawaii 7/2/1981 6 3 Seattle Seahawks / 3rd / 73rd pick / 2003
44 James Ihedigbo 27 DB 14 0 202 6-1 Massachusetts 12/3/1983 2 1  
77 Kris Jenkins 31 DT 1 1 360 6-4 Maryland 8/3/1979 9 0 Carolina Panthers / 2nd / 44th pick / 2001
81 Dustin Keller 26 TE 16 13 248 6-2 Purdue 9/25/1984 2 5 New York Jets / 1st / 30th pick / 2008
93 Matt Kroul 24 DT 6 0 281 6-3 Iowa 2/25/1986 Rook 1  
No. Player Age Pos G GS Wt Ht College/Univ BirthDate Yrs AV Drafted (tm/rnd/yr)
56 Lance Laury 28 LB 16 0 242 6-2 South Carolina 1/17/1982 4 2  
36 Jim Leonhard 28 SS 11 11 188 5-8 Wisconsin 10/27/1982 5 4  
26 Dwight Lowery 24 DB 14 3 185 6-1 San Jose St. 1/23/1986 2 4 New York Jets / 4th / 113th pick / 2008
74 Nick Mangold 26 C 16 16 307 6-4 Ohio St. 1/13/1984 4 12 New York Jets / 1st / 29th pick / 2006
53 Josh Mauga 23 LB 8 0 250 6-1 Nevada 6/20/1987 Rook 1  
25 Joe McKnight 22 RB 9 1 190 6-0 USC 4/16/1988 Rook 1 New York Jets / 4th / 112th pick / 2010
65 Brandon Moore 30 RG 16 16 305 6-3 Illinois 6/3/1980 7 6  
82 Matthew Mulligan 25 TE 13 1 258 6-4 Maine 1/18/1985 1 0  
97 Calvin Pace 30 ROLB 12 11 265 6-4 Wake Forest 10/28/1980 7 7 Arizona Cardinals / 1st / 18th pick / 2003
22 Brodney Pool 26 FS 15 12 214 6-2 Oklahoma 5/24/1984 5 5 Cleveland Browns / 2nd / 34th pick / 2005
91 Sione Pouha 31 NT 16 15 325 6-3 Utah 2/3/1979 5 10 New York Jets / 3rd / 88th pick / 2005
93 Trevor Pryce 35 DE 10 0 290 6-5 Michigan,Clemson 8/3/1975 13 1 Denver Broncos / 1st / 28th pick / 1997
46 Tanner Purdum 24 LS 16 0 217 6-3 Baker 1/1/1986 Rook 1  
24 Darrelle Revis 25 LCB 13 13 198 5-11 Pittsburgh 7/14/1985 3 14 New York Jets / 1st / 14th pick / 2007
49 Tony Richardson 39 FB 16 10 238 6-1 Auburn 12/17/1971 15 0  
6 Mark Sanchez 24 QB 16 16 232 6-2 USC 11/11/1986 1 9 New York Jets / 1st / 5th pick / 2009
57 Bart Scott 30 LILB 16 16 242 6-2 Southern Illinois 8/18/1980 8 9  
68 Matt Slauson 24 LG 16 16 315 6-5 Nebraska 2/18/1986 1 6 New York Jets / 6th / 193rd pick / 2009
16 Brad Smith 27 WR 16 2 213 6-2 Missouri 12/12/1983 4 4 New York Jets / 4th / 103rd pick / 2006
33 Eric Smith 27 FS 13 6 207 6-1 Michigan St. 3/17/1983 4 3 New York Jets / 3rd / 97th pick / 2006
99 Jason Taylor 36 ROLB 16 5 244 6-6 Akron 9/1/1974 13 5 Miami Dolphins / 3rd / 73rd pick / 1997
58 Bryan Thomas 31 LOLB 16 12 265 6-4 Ala-Birmingham 6/7/1979 8 7 New York Jets / 1st / 22nd pick / 2002
21 LaDainian Tomlinson 31 RB 15 13 215 5-10 TCU 6/23/1979 9 8 San Diego Chargers / 1st / 5th pick / 2001
29 Isaiah Trufant 28 DB 1 0 170 5-8 East. Washington 12/9/1982 Rook 0  
88 Patrick Turner 23 WR 5 0 221 6-5 USC 5/19/1987 1 0 Miami Dolphins / 3rd / 87th pick / 2009
75 Robert Turner 26 TE 16 0 308 6-4 New Mexico 8/20/1984 3 1  
9 Steve Weatherford 28 P 16 0 210 6-2 Illinois 12/17/1982 4 2  
55 Jamaal Westerman 25 DE 6 0 265 6-3 Rutgers 2/21/1985 1 1  
20 Kyle Wilson 23 DB 16 6 190 5-10 Boise St. 5/30/1987 Rook 3 New York Jets / 1st / 29th pick / 2010
27 Danny Woodhead 25 RB 1 0 200 5-9 Chadron St. 1/25/1985 1 0  
67 Damien Woody 33 RT 13 13 330 6-3 Boston Col. 11/3/1977 11 5 New England Patriots / 1st / 17th pick / 1999

 

2023 Roster

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No. Player Age Pos G GS Wt Ht College/Univ BirthDate Yrs AV Drafted (tm/rnd/yr)
25 Israel Abanikanda 21 RB     215   Pittsburgh 10/5/2002 Rook   New York Jets / 5th / 143rd pick / 2023
22 Tony Adams 24 S     203 6-2 Illinois 1/24/1999 1    
98 Deslin Alexandre 25 DE     264 6-3 Pittsburgh 6/11/1998 Rook    
  Adrian Amos 30 FS     214 6-0 Penn St. 4/29/1993 8   Chicago Bears / 5th / 142nd pick / 2015
53 Zaire Barnes 24 LB     227 6-1 Western Michigan 9/3/1999 Rook   New York Jets / 6th / 184th pick / 2023
48 Nick Bawden 27 FB     245 6-2 San Diego St. 6/22/1996 5   Detroit Lions / 7th / 237th pick / 2018
77 Mekhi Becton 24 T     363 6-7 Louisville 4/18/1999 3   New York Jets / 1st / 11th pick / 2020
29 Jarrick Bernard-Converse 23 CB     205   Oklahoma St.,LSU 4/29/2000 Rook   New York Jets / 6th / 204th pick / 2023
7 Tim Boyle 29 QB     233 6-4 Connecticut,East. Kentucky 10/3/1994 5    
76 Duane Brown 38 T     315 6-4 Virginia Tech 8/30/1985 15   Houston Texans / 1st / 26th pick / 2008
16 Jason Brownlee 24 WR     198 6-2 Southern Miss 1/30/1999 Rook    
70 Yodny Cajuste 27 OL     310 6-5 West Virginia 2/21/1996 2   New England Patriots / 3rd / 101st pick / 2019
32 Michael Carter 24 RB     201 5-8 North Carolina 5/7/1999 2   New York Jets / 4th / 107th pick / 2021
30 Michael Carter 24 CB     184 5-10 Duke 3/8/1999 2   New York Jets / 5th / 154th pick / 2021
82 Irvin Charles 26 WR     219 6-4 Indiana (PA) 4/13/1997 Rook    
41 Claudin Cherelus 25 LB     230 6-2 Alcorn State 12/29/1998 Rook    
23 Chuck Clark 28 S     205 6-0 Virginia Tech 4/19/1995 6   Baltimore Ravens / 6th / 186th pick / 2017
72 Micheal Clemons 26 DT     270 6-5 Cisco (TX),Texas A&M 8/21/1997 1   New York Jets / 4th / 117th pick / 2022
18 Randall Cobb 33 WR     195 5-10 Kentucky 8/22/1990 12   Green Bay Packers / 2nd / 64th pick / 2011
65 Trystan Colon-Castillo 25 OL     313 6-3 Missouri 3/23/1998 3    
83 Tyler Conklin 28 TE     248 6-3 Central Michigan 7/30/1995 5   Minnesota Vikings / 5th / 157th pick / 2018
21 Ashtyn Davis 27 S     200 6-1 California 10/10/1996 3   New York Jets / 3rd / 68th pick / 2020
84 Corey Davis 28 WR     209 6-3 Western Michigan 1/11/1995 6   Tennessee Titans / 1st / 5th pick / 2017
38 Trey Dean   S     207   Florida   Rook    
35 Travis Dye 24 RB     200   Oregon,USC 8/24/1999 Rook    
91 John Franklin-Myers 27 DT     288 6-4 S.F. Austin 9/26/1996 5   Los Angeles Rams / 4th / 135th pick / 2018
1 Sauce Gardner 23 CB     200 6-3 Cincinnati 8/31/2000 1   New York Jets / 1st / 4th pick / 2022
43 Izaiah Gathings 23 TE     222 6-4 Middle Tennessee 9/18/2000 Rook    
19 Xavier Gipson 22 WR     170   S.F. Austin 3/8/2001 Rook    
64 Chris Glaser 24 OL     306 6-4 Virginia 10/1/1999 Rook    
40 Javelin Guidry 25 DB     191 5-9 Utah 8/6/1998 3    
20 Breece Hall 22 RB     220 6-1 Iowa St. 5/31/2001 1   New York Jets / 2nd / 36th pick / 2022
37 Bryce Hall 26 CB     202 6-1 Virginia 5/11/1997 3   New York Jets / 5th / 158th pick / 2020
46 Maalik Hall 24 LB     235 6-3 Southeastern Oklahoma State 2/4/1999 Rook    
34 Justin Hardee 29 CB     200 6-1 Illinois 2/7/1994 6    
No. Player Age Pos G GS Wt Ht College/Univ BirthDate Yrs AV Drafted (tm/rnd/yr)
6 Mecole Hardman 25 WR     187 5-10 Georgia 3/12/1998 4   Kansas City Chiefs / 2nd / 56th pick / 2019
42 Thomas Hennessy 29 LS     246 6-2 Duke 6/11/1994 6    
47 Bryce Huff 25 DL     255 6-3 Memphis 4/17/1998 3    
31 Craig James 27 CB     195 5-10 Southern Illinois 4/29/1996 5    
93 Quinton Jefferson 30 DT     291 6-4 Maryland 3/31/1993 7   Seattle Seahawks / 5th / 147th pick / 2016
49 E.J. Jenkins 25 TE     245 6-6 Georgia Tech 11/3/1998 Rook    
43 Caleb Johnson 25 LB     227 6-2 Houston Baptist 7/28/1998 2    
52 Jermaine Johnson II 24 DE     260 6-5 Independence (KS),Georgia,Florida St. 1/8/1999 1   New York Jets / 1st / 26th pick / 2022
31 Jerome Kapp   WR     210 6-3 Kutztown   Rook    
27 Zonovan Knight 22 RB     210   North Carolina St. 4/11/2001 1    
81 Zack Kuntz 24 TE     245   Penn St.,Old Dominion 6/6/1999 Rook   New York Jets / 7th / 220th pick / 2023
63 Brent Laing 24 OL     304 6-3 Minnesota-Duluth 6/3/1999 Rook    
36 Derrick Langford 24 CB     205 6-1 Washington State 8/20/1999 Rook    
58 Carl Lawson 28 DE     265 6-2 Auburn 6/29/1995 6   Cincinnati Bengals / 4th / 116th pick / 2017
10 Allen Lazard 28 WR     227 6-5 Iowa St. 12/11/1995 5    
85 T.J. Luther 23 WR     189 5-11 Gardner-Webb 5/13/2000 Rook    
97 Isaiah Mack 27 DT     299 6-1 Chattanooga 3/19/1996 4    
60 Connor McGovern 30 OG     306 6-4 Missouri 4/27/1993 6   Denver Broncos / 5th / 144th pick / 2016
11 Denzel Mims 26 WR     207 6-3 Baylor 10/10/1997 3   New York Jets / 2nd / 59th pick / 2020
61 Max Mitchell 24 OL     297 6-6 Louisiana 10/12/1999 1   New York Jets / 4th / 111th pick / 2022
33 Jimmy Moreland 28 CB     182 5-11 James Madison 8/26/1995 4   Washington Redskins / 7th / 227th pick / 2019
5 Thomas Morstead 37 P     235 6-4 SMU 3/8/1986 14   New Orleans Saints / 5th / 164th pick / 2009
57 C.J. Mosley 31 LB     250 6-2 Alabama 6/19/1992 9   Baltimore Ravens / 1st / 17th pick / 2014
45 Hamsah Nasirildeen 24 LB     215 6-3 Florida St. 1/17/1999 2   New York Jets / 6th / 186th pick / 2021
62 Adam Pankey 29 OL     313 6-5 West Virginia 2/2/1994 6    
4 D.J. Reed 27 CB     193 5-9 Kansas St. 11/11/1996 5   San Francisco 49ers / 5th / 142nd pick / 2018
8 Aaron Rodgers 40 QB     225 6-2 Butte JC (CA),California 12/2/1983 18   Green Bay Packers / 1st / 24th pick / 2005
89 Jeremy Ruckert 23 TE     250 6-5 Ohio St. 8/11/2000 1   New York Jets / 3rd / 101st pick / 2022
71 Wes Schweitzer 30 OL     300 6-4 San Jose St. 9/11/1993 6   Atlanta Falcons / 6th / 195th pick / 2016
64 Greg Senat 29 OT     305 6-6 Wagner 9/8/1994 5   Baltimore Ravens / 6th / 212th pick / 2018
44 Jamien Sherwood 23 LB     216 6-2 Auburn 1/12/2000 2   New York Jets / 5th / 146th pick / 2021
79 Tanzel Smart 29 DT     295 6-1 Tulane 11/6/1994 6   Los Angeles Rams / 6th / 189th pick / 2017
14 Diontae Spencer 31 WR     170 5-8 McNeese St. 3/19/1992 4    
51 Marquiss Spencer 26 DL     300 6-4 Mississippi St. 7/16/1997 2   Denver Broncos / 7th / 253rd pick / 2021
15 Chris Streveler 28 QB     216 6-1 Minnesota,South Dakota 1/6/1995 3    
No. Player Age Pos G GS Wt Ht College/Univ BirthDate Yrs AV Drafted (tm/rnd/yr)
55 Chazz Surratt 26 LB     233 6-2 North Carolina 2/16/1997 2   Minnesota Vikings / 3rd / 78th pick / 2021
86 Malik Taylor 28 WR     220 6-1 Ferris St. 12/21/1995 3    
94 Solomon Thomas 28 DE     280 6-3 Stanford 8/26/1995 6   San Francisco 49ers / 1st / 3rd pick / 2017
78 Laken Tomlinson 31 G     315 6-3 Duke 2/9/1992 8   Detroit Lions / 1st / 28th pick / 2015
54 Billy Turner 32 OT     310 6-5 North Dakota St. 10/17/1991 9   Miami Dolphins / 3rd / 67th pick / 2014
87 C.J. Uzomah 30 TE     260 6-6 Auburn 1/14/1993 8   Cincinnati Bengals / 5th / 157th pick / 2015
75 Alijah Vera-Tucker 24 G     308 6-5 USC 6/17/1999 2   New York Jets / 1st / 14th pick / 2021
67 Carter Warren 24 OL     325   Pittsburgh 1/19/1999 Rook   New York Jets / 4th / 120th pick / 2023
35 Marquis Waters 24 S     215 6-1 Texas Tech 2/13/1999 Rook    
3 Jordan Whitehead 26 S     198 5-10 Pittsburgh 3/18/1997 5   Tampa Bay Buccaneers / 4th / 117th pick / 2018
56 Quincy Williams 27 LB     225 5-11 Murray St. 8/28/1996 4   Jacksonville Jaguars / 3rd / 98th pick / 2019
95 Quinnen Williams 26 DT     303 6-3 Alabama 12/5/1997 4   New York Jets / 1st / 3rd pick / 2019
17 Garrett Wilson 23 WR     192 6-0 Ohio St. 7/22/2000 1   New York Jets / 1st / 10th pick / 2022
2 Zach Wilson 24 QB     214 6-2 BYU 8/3/1999 2   New York Jets / 1st / 2nd pick / 2021
96 Al Woods 36 DT     330 6-4 LSU 3/25/1987 13   New Orleans Saints / 4th / 123rd pick / 2010
88 Kenny Yeboah 25 TE     240 6-4 Temple,Mississippi 10/30/1998 2    
9 Greg Zuerlein 36 K     191 6-0 Missouri Western St. 12/27/1987 11   St. Louis Rams / 6th / 171st pick / 2012
26 Brandin Echols (SUS) 26 CB     175 5-10 Northwest Mississippi CC,Kentucky 10/16/1997 2   New York Jets / 6th / 200th pick / 2021
50 Bradlee Anae (IR) 25 DE     257 6-3 Utah 10/17/1998 3   Dallas Cowboys / 5th / 179th pick / 2020
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Aaron Rodgers vs Mark Sanchez in the QB dept. makes this a no-brainer.  Even if its easy to make a strong case that the 2010 roster (outside of QB) and coaching staff is superior.

Hell:  We saw the 2010 Jets vs Rodgers' Packers, and the Packers won the battle in a low-scoring contest (9-0).  Rodgers didn't perform well (59.7 QB Rating) but he was better than Sanchez (2 INTs, 2 Sacks taken, 43.3 QB Rating).  So I think that's similar to how this matchup would play out. 

2023 Jets:  13

2010 Jets:  6

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That team had a vastly superior OL, a much better LB group, and Revis.  Sauce can potentially cancel Revis out but everyone will want to see him do it again before putting him in that class.  2023 gives us a massive advantage at QB, plus a better WR group, RB group, and DL group.  A group that can get to the QB consistently with only using their front 4.  

 

Overall 2023 looks like the much more balanced team.  However it's all on paper at this point.  Need to see them go out and do it to know for sure.  That 2010 team DID IT. 

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2010 Jets beat the Pats with Tom Brady in his prime on the road in the playoffs.  That Pats team went 14 and 2 and was the SB favorite.  Of course Rodgers is miles better than Sanchez.  He's also not as good as Tom Brady.  Sanchez on that team had a 4 and 2 playoff record.  That's a better record than Rodgers career playoff record with the Packers.   That Jets team had a rock solid OL and until proven otherwise a much better D.  

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2 hours ago, Bobby816 said:

If I had to bet... the 2023 Jets. But the AFC is a lot harder now than it was in 2010.

Also I cant choose this team this year until I see them play. 

Disagree.  The Pats with Tom Brady was a dominating wall in the AFC east.  There is no team in the AFC east right now who is as consistently dominating as that team was with Brady.  

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1 hour ago, Biggs said:

Disagree.  The Pats with Tom Brady was a dominating wall in the AFC east.  There is no team in the AFC east right now who is as consistently dominating as that team was with Brady.  

But the AFC as a whole wasn’t hard.

Right now there’s a lot of good teams in the AFC. KC, BUF, MIA, CIN, BAL, JAX, LAC. And lots of teams that easily can be A LOT better than some think like CLE, PIT, LV, DEN, etc.

 

Go look at our schedule. Because of our roster and our WB every game is winnable. But every game we could lose as well bc there’s barely any poor teams we play.

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The 2010 Jets reached their pinnacle - with Mark Sanchez who was as good as he could be - and Rex Ryan who was a great coach but not quite a Super Bowl winning coach -  in the championship games. The 2023 Jets could really win that pesky championship game and the Super Bowl if they can get there in my opinion.

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18 hours ago, Biggs said:

Disagree.  The Pats with Tom Brady was a dominating wall in the AFC east.  There is no team in the AFC east right now who is as consistently dominating as that team was with Brady.  

Pats were dominant but obviously not unbeatable.  Sounds like the Bills.  
Also Jets and Pats were the only teams in the division over .500 in 2010. 4 games that should have been 4 wins to start.  

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I say this year, even though I think comparing what already happened to what we hope will happen is futile. 

I'm going off the vibe that has been building as all these like minded, high character, team first guys have quickly gelled into. Seeing a talented guy like E Moore who was not buying into that getting traded away tells me this is bigger than just assembling talent. Hope I'm right

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The 2010 (and 2009) team was a great example of complimentary football. The defense was super aggressive and dominant at times. The o-line was dominant and just wore opposing defenses down over the course of the game.

The 2023 team should have a better overall offense with the potential to be dominant. I don't think we've seen the complimentary football aspect play out with this team yet but we very well could see the offense turn the defense into a more powerful unit by forcing the opposing offenses to take more chances and press against us. That could turn into a lot of turnovers.

The aggression of that 2010 defense lead to it being exploitable at times. I feel like the 2023 offense would be capable of exploiting the 2010 defense. Not saying they definitely would, but I think they're capable of it. I'm giving the nod to 2023 because I think they are able to break through the defense forcing the 2010 team into pass mode where they pressure the hell out of Sanchez and force turnovers.

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2010 was definitely a better overall team, but with the very important exception of course being QB.  It would really come down to how well Rodgers would/wouldn't do against that 2010 D.

The piss poor 2023 LB unit means that 2010 OL would have success with their run game, so they could get away with a mediocre Sanchez as long as it doesn't get turned into a game depending on passing.  If they can force this into any sort of offensive-driven game, that's when the advantage tips in favor of 2023.

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On 7/14/2023 at 12:25 PM, Jetsfan80 said:

Aaron Rodgers vs Mark Sanchez in the QB dept. makes this a no-brainer.  Even if its easy to make a strong case that the 2010 roster (outside of QB) and coaching staff is superior.

Hell:  We saw the 2010 Jets vs Rodgers' Packers, and the Packers won the battle in a low-scoring contest (9-0).  Rodgers didn't perform well (59.7 QB Rating) but he was better than Sanchez (2 INTs, 2 Sacks taken, 43.3 QB Rating).  So I think that's similar to how this matchup would play out. 

2023 Jets:  13

2010 Jets:  6

Sanchez beat manning and Brady back-to-back 

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2 hours ago, Larz said:

Sanchez beat manning and Brady back-to-back 

He also lost a game where his running backs totaled 312 yards on the ground and the defense held the Bills to 13 points in regulation thanks to his 5 interceptions.

So again.  I know who my money would be on.  Rodgers + 2023 roster > Sanchez + 2010 roster.

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