New York Jets
The New York Jets (4-12) finished third in the AFC East. This season, they have a shot to improve and move into second-place and perhaps a Wildcard spot. The team won 10 games in 2004 and 2006 and made the playoffs. They missed the post-season in 2003 and 2005. Will that pattern continue?
Who will start at QB—Chad Pennington or Kellen Clemens? Pennington started the season at quarterback and then Clemens took over when the veteran played poorly. Neither was very good. Pennington threw 10 touchdowns and nine interceptions, while Clemens tossed five scores and 10 picks. The receiving corps includes two talented guys—Laveranues Coles and Jerricho Cotchery. Coles caught six touchdowns and a total of 55 passes. Cotchery returns as the leading pass catcher with 82 receptions. RB Thomas Jones (310 CAR, 1,119 YDS, 3.6 YPC, 1 TD) will anchor the ground game. The O-line looks to be solid for a change, and that is good news. Last season, they allowed 59 sacks!
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