New York Jets Off-Season Report (Part One): New Faces, Big Disgraces?

May 14, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

I am a New York Jets fan. I am also a realist. The two go hand-in-hand like Montana and Rice, Gretzky and Kurri, and peanut butter and jelly.
My fellow "Gang Green" cohorts have not known whether to celebrate or berate all of the personnel moves the Jets have made recently. The Jets have had more roster turnover this offseason than Goldman Sachs. But have all of these additions and subtractions upgraded this team that was one game away from the Super Bowl last season?
Here are four of the players who have come and gone, and what positive and negative effects each roster change will have on the Jets in 2010.
Alan Faneca
The Jets had the best offensive line in football in 2009, no doubt. It was the backbone of the top-ranked rushing offense in the NFL, and quarterback Mark Sanchez was kept cleaner than a germophobe. But on those rare occasions Thomas Jones was stopped for no gain or Sanchez was sacked, the culprit was usually Faneca.
The 34-year-old, ...

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