[QUOTE=Tinstar;4500134]When Jet fans talk about the potential of the 2012 Jet defense,names like Coples,Wilks,Davis and Maybin quickly jump out as the players who could take it to the next level.We look at the possible improvement at safety and we can't help but salavate about the possibilities.
The player that interest me the most thou is [B]Ricky Sapp [/B]because of what he could mean coming off the edge at OLB.It is widely believed that the Jets din't do enough at the OLber position either during the freeagency period or in the draft to upgrade what is considered the weakness of this defense.Passing on a player like Melvin Ingram consiered by many to be the pass rusing OLber needed to take this defense over the top didn't quiet the masses either.
The Jet Organization and especially the coaching staff may have known something the fans and Media didn't.It appears that Sapp,a once feared pass rusher at Clemson is finally healthy and back to displaying the talent that had folks talking about his as a mid 1st rounder prior to injuring his knee.Sapp brings the kind of playing speed to the OLBer that none of the current players at the position does,including Maybin.If he's back,and that is a big "If",the Jets would have upgraded the speed at all level of their defense and with that,the ability to get to the QB without blitzing.
Sapp,Maybin and Davis could reshape the LBing core of the Jets with the type of speed it has never had.The player i am going to be looking at is
[B]Ricky Sapp [/B].[/QUOTE]
Even his name seems to be how should I say...bolder than anyone elses.