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    NY Jets released first depth chart

    Offensive Depth Chart

    POS- First-- Second-- Third -- Other
    WR- Stephen Hill-- Chaz Schilens--Dexter Jackson-- Royce Pollard-
    Jordan White-
    Wes Kemp
    LT- D'Brick Ferguson- Dennis Landolt- Austin Howard-
    LG- Matt Slauson- Vladimir Ducasse- Fred Koloto-
    C- Nick Mangold- Caleb Schlauderaff- Matt Kroul-
    RG- Brandon Moore- Robert Griffin- Terrence Campbell-
    RT- Wayne Hunter- Stephon Heyer- Paul Cornick-
    TE- Dustin Keller- Jeff Cumberland- Josh Baker- Dedrick Epps-
    Hayden Smith-
    Tarren Lloyd-
    WR- Santonio Holmes- Jeremy Kerley- Patrick Turner- Eron Riley-
    Raymond Webber-
    QB- Mark Sanchez- Tim Tebow- Greg McElroy- Matt Simms-
    FB- John Conner-
    RB- Shonn Greene- Joe McKnight- Bilal Powell- John Griffin-
    Terrance Ganaway-

    Defensive Depth Chart

    POS- First- Second- Third- Other-
    DE- Mo Wilkerson- Quinton Coples- Jay Richardson-
    NT- Sione Pouha- Kenrick Ellis- Martin Tevaseu- Damon Harrison-
    DT- Mike DeVito- Marcus Dixon- Matt Hardison-
    OLB- Bryan Thomas- Garrett McIntyre- Brett Roy- Damario Ambrose-
    WLB- Bart Scott- Josh Mauga- Demario Davis-
    MLB- David Harris Nick Bellore- Marcus Dowtin-
    OLB- Calvin Pace Aaron Maybin- Ricky Sapp-
    CB- Darrelle Revis- Kyle Wilson- Julian Posey- Ryan Steed-
    CB- Antonio Cromartie- Ellis Lankster- Isaiah Trufant- Donnie Fletcher-
    Devon Torrence-
    S- LaRon Landry- Josh Bush- D'Anton Lynn-
    S- Yeremiah Bell- Antonio Allen- Marcus Lott-
    S- Eric Smith-

    http://www.newyorkjets.com/team/depth-chart.html

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    No surprises here.

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    Don't get how McKnight is ahead of Powell, considering how much Rex has talked up Bilal. I expect that to change by the regular season.

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    I am rooting for Dexter Jackson. I know he has failed big so far in his career but the guy has heart. I would just so take him over Turner who will likely take that 5th WR spot.

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    Wayne Hunter...damn..I just forgot about that guy.

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    No surprises. My only hope is that we have a new starting RT by week 1

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    Interesting Austin Howard has been with the 1s at RT while Hunter has been out but he's only listed at LT and #3 (b4 today's practice).

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    Just looking at that offensive depth chart I begin to cringe at the names listed at a few of the positions.

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    Interesting way to list Eric Smith. Maybe that's why we had so many 12 men on the field penalties on D last year.

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    Only disappointments here are Turnstile and McKnight. How in the world McPuke is above Powell is beyond me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McGinley View Post
    Only disappointments here are Turnstile and McKnight. How in the world McPuke is above Powell is beyond me.


    If Powell continues to play well in the games, I'm sure things will change.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simijet View Post
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    If Powell continues to play well in the games, I'm sure things will change.
    Oh, I'm confident in that. It just surprised me that McKnight was actually ahead of him. Crazy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McGinley View Post
    Only disappointments here are Turnstile and McKnight. How in the world McPuke is above Powell is beyond me.
    Its not like McKnight has been terrible. He's had a really good camp so far..

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetsfanfromtheBURGH View Post
    No surprises here.
    mild surprise may be that it's a 44 defense

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    Quote Originally Posted by McGinley View Post
    Only disappointments here are Turnstile and McKnight. How in the world McPuke is above Powell is beyond me.
    You just don't like him cause he's Irish

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    Quote Originally Posted by NY's stepchild View Post
    mild surprise may be that it's a 44 defense
    ..and we are starting 3 safeties. No way they can beat us with 12 men on the field! Then again, if Eric Smith is that 12th man, maybe they can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by escamoter2 View Post
    ..and we are starting 3 safeties. No way they can beat us with 12 men on the field! Then again, if Eric Smith is that 12th man, maybe they can.
    Looks like 13, unless they plan on playing only one DE

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    Quote Originally Posted by NY's stepchild View Post
    You just don't like him cause he's Irish

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    Quote Originally Posted by NY's stepchild View Post
    Looks like 13, unless they plan on playing only one DE
    Since we are starting three safeties who can't cover anybody, can we start 3 CBs to compensate? 14 is a nice number.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10PennyToColes87 View Post
    Don't get how McKnight is ahead of Powell, considering how much Rex has talked up Bilal. I expect that to change by the regular season.
    You don't understand how a player who's been on the team for three years, and contributed at points isn't listed higher on the depth chart than a player who had a few good days of camp?

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