The Jets quarterbacks haven't been good in training camp. Same goes for the wideouts, some members of the secondary, and several other positions littered across a rebuilding roster. But arguably the most disappointing unit through two preseason games and (going on) four weeks of training camp? The horrid play of the offensive line. The Jets' front five is beat for a handful of sacks in each camp practice. Twice, they allowed (depending on your grading curve) 12 on a single summer day. In the preseason, they haven't been much better. The running backs have virtually nowhere to run, and quarterback Christian Hackenberg nearly lost his head twice against the Lions on Saturday.
How the Jets can fix their struggling offensive line
Newark Star-Ledger | Aug 23