The Jets might be the most noticeably terrible group in the NFL through about fourteen days.
They may have been overpowered by the Bills and injury-exhausted 49ers. They might be going no place except for south.
In any case, there is one explanation behind positive thinking. Newbie left tackle Mekhi Becton resembles an outright manager, a few specialists accept. Take previous Jets and Patriots hostile lineman Damien Woody, for example.
“I would dare to state he’s a standout amongst other OTs in the game as of now,” the ESPN expert tweeted.
He was quote-tweeting a video posted by the NFL Network’s Brian Baldinger of Becton’s great features on Sunday against the 49ers when he indicated Becton more than standing his ground against Nick Bosa before Bosa got injured and different plays that demonstrated Becton overwhelming the man opposite him.
“.@nyjets just a proposal. Become a ‘left gave’ group and run behind ‘Expressway 77’ He causes developed men to vanish @BigTicket73 #BaldysBreakdowns,” Baldinger tweeted.
Geoff Schwartz, a former longtime NFL offensive lineman who works for Sirius XM, had a similar take.
“Mekhi Becton has elite recovery skills in pass pro,” he tweeted in a video of Becton going up against Bosa.
Pro Football Focus rated Becton as the No. 1 offensive rookie so far, grading him out at 79.7.