No comments on Williams?
Thrilled with Leonard Williams. He was considered by many to be the best player in the entire draft.. and the fact that he fell out of the Top 5 is nothing short of remarkable for Gang Green. I can see the Jets deploying a 4-4-3 defensive front, as a top scheme formation throughout many downs.. especially with the security in knowing guys like Gilchrist, Revis, Cromartie and\or Skrine are going to be the players in that secondary. The Chargers, Rams & Panthers installed many plays last season that saw their Front 7 add an 8th player, and it looked very good most of the time. The thought of Wilk, Sheldon, Williams, Snacks, Coples, Harris, Pace and either Babin or Davis all on the field at the same time, makes my d!ck hard. To say we have an embarrassment of riches would be an understatement at this point.
..and yet, still the biggest approbation of this defense is the depth. Kevin Vickerson, Dee Milliner, Joe Mays, Lorenzo Mauldin, Calvin Pryor, Jaqaiun Jarret. McDougle, Walls, Allen, Douzable, Barnes, etc. The scale and range of this defense is never-ending. It's an abyss of vigor and fortitude.
There are times when the term "next man up" causes a fanbase to cringe, whenever a player gets injured. But this season, the Jets have positioned themselves where "next man up" could be a former starter from yesteryear.
Edited by Beezer34, 02 May 2015 - 06:20 PM.