Mekhi Becton
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Despite defeating the 10-win Browns, a few concerning issues emerged on the offensive side of the ball for the New York Jets.

Some good, some bad for Mekhi Becton in a tough matchup

Mekhi Becton has held his own against some difficult opponents this season, holding up well against players like Nick Bosa, Justin Houston, Bradley Chubb, Frank Clark, and Joey Bosa.

This past Sunday, Becton drew perhaps his most fearsome matchup of the season in Myles Garrett, and the results were mixed. In one phase, he did some great things. In the other, there was trouble.

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OL needs 2 guards. They can live with Fant as the RT for the time being. I believe Fant being a young player has room for improvement. The Jets badly need a real good running back to take the pressure off Sam. Way too many yards were left on the field with the current backs.