Trevon Wesco
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Michael Nania takes a look at the progress that Trevon Wesco made as a blocker in his rookie season through analytics and film. While Trevon Wesco was unable to make the instant impact as a blocker that the Jets likely hoped he would, he did make some substantial strides as the season went on. Run-blocking…


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Jonathan Richter
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Jonathan Richter

I’d be interested to see Wesco’s numbers vs. the other Jets Yes last season. I also think that there is a major aspect of our 2020 offense that people are overlooking. I expect to see our run/pass split tilt heavily in the run direction compared to last year. There may still be a few questions about thew pass blocking skills of some of the new O line, but there is no question about their run blocking potential. We’ve got Bell and now Perine, and I’d bring back Bilal for one more rodeo. The best protection for Sam is that the… Read more »

Jonathan Richter
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Jonathan Richter

I also think our defense is going to be top 5 and I’m no longer worried our punter is going to shank one when we can least afford it. Running the ball down people’s throats and grinding the clock sounds good to me.