This sort of like asking who is the biggest cheater in cycling and leaving Armstrong's name off the list of who you can select... Very frustrating question due to the limited selections... but the answer is other or to be more specific...
4. Howard- This to me is the most baffling one. I have read at least a few times on here that he was solid for us last year. He was solid the first 6 games, but after that I dont think he was any better than Hunter 2 seasons ago.
If you guys watched any film, or knew what it is you were watching you wouldn't make such fools of yourselves.
This from PFF after week 13.
Austin Howard ó OT, New York Jets
Itís been a rocky season, to say the least, for New York Jets fans but one bright spot has been the play of right tackle Austin Howard in the past few weeks. Replacing the much maligned Wayne Hunter, who was traded to St. Louis, he struggled early in the year, with a beat down at the hands of Miamiís Cameron Wake a particular low point. Since then, however, his play has improved with just two negatively graded games in the past nine. During this stretch his pass blocking has improved and his run blocking is good enough to see him ranked fifth among right tackles in that aspect of his game.
While he has improved over this period, Sunday was the best performance of his career so far. With no pressure allowed, it marked his first ever game with a perfect Pass Blocking Efficiency Rating of 100.0. Thatís impressive, and not something to gloss over, but it was his run blocking that stood out once again. The team gained 58 of their 177 yards on the ground on runs either side of Howard as he routinely handled Arizona defensive end Darnell Dockett. On 1st-and-Goal with 53 seconds left in the third quarter, Howard pushed Dockett away from the play with ease, eventually blocking him to the ground. The Jets could be headed for an offseason of change, but Howard has shown himself worthy of a starting spot on that offensive line, and thatís not something I expected to be saying after three weeks of the season.
How does Sanchez exemplify homerism? Most of the fanbase is down on him and wants him replaced. There is a vocal minority that still supports him. Maybe I'm just completely off base, but that's my assessment from outside NY/NJ.
It's a good question but the choices are way off base.
Homerism applies to guys like D'Brick, McKnight (as a kick returner), Kyle Wilson, David Harris.
Nobody overrates Kerley, or Hill, if anything the former is way underrated and the latter is rated just about right.
Anyway my answer is David Harris. He gets a LOT of homer admiration, even though he runs like Kenrick Ellis nowadays.
Hands down it's Howard.
One of the worst pass blocking T's in the league - whooptie doo if he had a "nice" December against some poorus pass rushers. Solid against the run you say? Let's see how that holds up when Brandon Moore, the most under-rated RG in the NFL over the last decade, isn't next to him. Moore was one of the best run blockers in football, but it's a passing game now and he's in his mid30s', thus the lack of interest this offseason.
There's a reason the Jets spent three picks on OL. They know they have huge holes at both guard positions and RT. Colon is a nice one season quick fix, IF he can remain healthy. Winters will make a very good L or RG and Aboushi a RT. Campbell is the unknown. In a perfect world he's the next ... Brandon Moore.
Chad "arm hanging by a thread" Pennington
David Harris, by far. Some posters cling to the idea that he is a pro bowl level player, something that I have not seen in 2 years. Solid player against the run, but a liabilty in coverage and his side line to sideline movemant seems to be slowing
I voted other meaning Sanchez. I want him to stay only to help develop Geno Smith. I think he is at the bottom of NFL QBs ....enough said.
And the day you tell me anything about football ... well .. that will be the day. But I'll let your preteen self believe what you'd like.