Coples and Wilkerson are going to wreak havoc for a long time. Problem is almost every other position is either aging or lacking talent.
You said there are many better in the AFC, than Mo and Coples. Name eight, which isn't that many.Go ahead, name em
true.. I was beginining to question coples.. As I did with Mo last year.. Those 2 picks were 100% Rex. Guy knows his D..Tanny and co left with offense drafting picking FA.. lol.. yet many moron fans want to fire Rex...
Why is 8 magic? Here's 9 off the top of my head just in the AFC. There are more in the NFC. And this is versus Wilkerson - Coples is even further down the list of "unknowns".
JJ Watt, Dumervill, Dunlap, Lamar Houston, Mario Williams, Cory Ligett, Shepard from Cleve, Chandler Jones, Filli Moala (sp).
Everybody on the Jets is a superstar on this board. If so:
WHY IS IT NOW WORKING ON YEAR 45?
And next year is a write off: NFC South, AFC North - that 7 losses maybe. Depends on Carolina. NE +2.
Maybe in 2014. By then the Jets will have 10 all pros led by Sanchez. Hey, a 6 six time frame is about right for a QB.
And guys like Moala, Houston or Sheard aren't even on the same planet as Mo...
LMAO at anyone who thinks Chandler Jones is better than Mo Wilkerson let alone Quinton Coples. Coples has the same production with way less snaps and he's been showing consistent dominance on the line the last 3 games.
One of the few bright spots of the Jets’ season is their defensive line, and especially two young players. Muhammad Wilkerson was expected to have a breakout, and our second-highest graded 3-4 defensive end is doing an amazing job against the run and starting to find the rhythm as a pass rusher. In the past six weeks, Wilkerson recorded 16 total pressures, including three sacks, for a Pass Rushing Productivity of 7.0. His new partner in the line, Quinton Coples, isn’t enjoying a lot of playing time (around 50 percent of total snaps) but he is making it count as the fourth-highest ranked 3-4 defensive end in Pass Rushing Productivity. This production was even higher in the past two games, when he got a 13.7 PRP with two sacks, three hits and two hurries in just 42 pass rushing snaps.