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Interstate of Green: Jets 53 Man Roster Projection

Rich Wilhelm @koda522

Offense (26)

Quarterback  (3) 

• Sam Darnold 6'3" 221 USC  

• David Fales 6’1” 218 San Jose State

• James Morgan 6'4" 229 FIU

Joe Flacco 6'6" 240 Delaware (PUP)

Running Back  (3)

• Le'Veon Bell 6'1" 225 Michigan State  

• Frank Gore 5'9" 212 Miami    

• La'Mical Perine 5'11" 216 Florida     

Tight End   (3)   

• Chris Herndon 6'4" 253 Miami

• Ryan Griffin 6'6" 255 UCONN

• Trevon Wesco 6'3" 267  West Virginia  (TE/FB)

Wide Receiver   (7)

• Jamison Crowder 5'9" 177  Duke

• Breshard Perriman 6"2" 215 Central Florida

• Denzel Mims 6'3" 207 Baylor

• Chris Hogan 6’1” 210 Monmouth

• Donte Moncrief 6’2” 216 Mississippi

• Braxton Berrios  5'9" 190  Miami

• Lawrence Cager 6'5" 215 UGA

Vyncint Smith 6'3" 202 Limestone (PUP)

Offensive Line   (10) 

• Mekhi Becton 6'7" 365 Louisville (T)

• Conner McGovern 6'4" 306 Missouri (C) 

• Alex Lewis 6'6" 315 Michigan (G)     

• Greg Van Roten 6'3" 303 Penn (G) 

• George Fant 6'5" 322 Western Kentucky (T)   

• Cameron Clark 6'3" 308 Richmond (G/T)    

• Chuma Edoga 6'3" 308 USC (T)  

• Jonotthan Harrison 6"4" 300 Florida (C)

• Conor McDermott 6'8" 305 UCLA (G/T)  

• Josh Andrews 6"4" 311 Oregon State (C/G) 

Defense (24)

Defensive Line  (6)  

• Henry Anderson 6'6" 300  Stanford (DE)

• Steve McLendon 6'3" 310 Troy (DT)  

• Quinnen Williams 6'3" 303 Alabama  (DT)

• Nathan Shepherd 6'4" 315 Ft. Hays State (DE/DT) 

• Kyle Phillips 6'4" 277  Tennessee (DE)  

• Foley Fatukasi 6'4" 318 UCONN (DE/DT)  

Linebacker  (8)

• Jordan Jenkins 6'3" 259 Georgia (OLB)  

• Avery Williamson 6'1" 246 Kentucky (ILB)

• Blake Cashman 6'1" 237 Minnesota (ILB)   

• Neville Hewitt 6'2" 234 Marshall (ILB)   

• Jabari Zuniga 6'3" 264 Florida (OLB) 

• Harvey Langi 6’1” 249 BYU (OLB/ILB)   

• James Burgess 6'0" 230 Louisville (ILB)    

• Tarell Basham 6'4" 266 Ohio (OLB)

Patrick Onwuasor 6'01" 227 Portland St. (OLB/ILB)  (PUP)     

Cornerback  (6)   

• Brian Poole 5'10" 205 Florida

• Pierre Desir 6'1" 192 Lindenwood

• Blessaun Austin 6'1" 198 Rutgers

• Quincy Wilson 6'2" 193 Florida

• Nate Hairston 6’0’” 185 Tulane

• Arthur Maulet 5’10” 190 Memphis

Bryce Hall 6'1" 202 UVA (PUP)

Safety   (4)

• Marcus Maye 6'0" 210 Florida  

• Bradley McDougald 6'1" 215 Kansas

• Ashtyn Davis 6'1" 202 Cal 

• Matthias Farley 5'11" 204  Temple

Special Teams (3)

Punter    (1) 

• 7 - Braden Mann 5'11" 198Texas A+M


• 9 - Sam Ficken 6'1" 192 Penn State

Long Snapper   (1)  

• 42 - Thomas Hennessy 6'2" 246 Duke

Practice Squad (16)

8 - Mike White 6'5" 218 Western Kentucky (QB)

36 - Josh Adams 6'2" 213 Notre Dame (RB) 

87 - Daniel Brown 6'5" 243 James Madison (TE) 

16 - Jeff Smith 6'0" 195  Boston College   (WR) 

83 - Josh Malone 6'3" 208 Tennessee (WR)

6 - George Campbell 6'3" 183 West Virginia (WR)

61 - James Murray 6'5" 304 Holy Cross (OL)

55 - Jordan Willis 6'4" 270 Kansas State (DE) 

56 - John Franklin-Myers  6'4" 288  Stephen F Austin   (DE)   

0 - Pete Guerriero 5'10 190 Monmouth (RB)

50 - Frankie Luvu 6'3" 235 Washington State (OLB)

47 - Bryce Huff 6'3" 255 Memphis (OLB)

36 - Lamar Jackson 6'2" 208 Nebraska (CB)

40 - Javelin Guidry 5'9" 191 Utah (CB)

45 - Shyheim Carter 5'10" 194 Alabama (DB)

0 – Zane Lewis 6’1” 190 Air Force (CB)

Kevin Lidlow @klidlow65


  • Quarterbacks: Sam Darnold, James Morgan. The first two spots are a no brainer, Sam is the franchise quarterback. The team also needs an experienced guy to back him up, the third spot is intriguing because this is where you have the luxury to develop another guy as a precaution. In this case I think rookie James Morgan gets the spot here. However when Flacco comes back from injury, I can see Morgan going to the practice squad. 

  • Running backs: Le’Veon Bell, Frank Gore, La’Mical Perine: Bell is going to be the primary back, but from what we have been hearing at training camp is that the ageless wonder Frank Gore has been doing very well. Don’t be surprised if  he shares some reps with Bell. As for the third running back spot, I can see it being Perine’s job to lose. He will be the team's future and the way he’s been looking, the future is bright.

  • Wide Receivers: Breshad Perriman, Jamison Crowder, Denzel Mims, Chris Hogan, Donte Montcrief, Lawrence Cager,Braxton Berrios: In light of what has been going on at camp with injuries, It would make sense for the Jets to keep at least seven receivers on the active roster. The one that stood out the most was Lawrence Cager, which is why I believe he will be in the active roster and Jeff Smith who was another standout will be on the PS.

  • Tight ends: Chris Herndon, Ryan Griffin, Trevon Wesco,Daniel Brown: The Jets will keep four tight ends on the roster, these three will be the front runners. Wesco and Brown are great run blockers, while Griffin and Herndon are your receiving tight ends who could help with the run as well.

  • Offensive line: Mekhi Becton, Alex Lewis, Connor McGovern, Greg Van Roten, George Fant, Cameron Clark, Jonothan Harrison, Josh Andrews: The two biggest issues that the Jets have in terms of positions is depth. The o line and receivers have been a problem, they signed a bunch of guys to see what fits and I doubt that they would go into the season without some reassurance.    


  • Defensive Tackle: Steve McLendon, Folorunso Fatukasi, Bronson Kaufusi, Kyle Phillips, I haven’t seen anyone really stand out on the DT front, but having that said though I do think they keep the same four as last year.

  • Defensive end: Nathan Shepherd, Henry Anderson, John Franklin-Myers, Quinnen Williams, Zabari Zuniga: The defensive end position will be something to keep an eye on, Williams and Anderson will be the focal point. They have to get to the quarterback. 

  • Linebackers: Avery Williamson, Patrick Onwuasor, Frankie Luvu, Blake Cashman, Tarell Bashem, Jordan Jenkins, Neville Hewitt, James Burgess: I think the linebacker group might be the best out of the entire team despite not having CJ Mosley, the guys who stepped up last year are back. People think that the jets are in trouble because of not having Jamal and Mosley but this is the one position I fee the most good in. 

  • Cornerbacks: Pierre Desir, Nate Hairston, Bless Austin, Arthur Malet, Brian Poole, Quincy Wilson: There are no big names at this position and that’s okay as long as they perform. JD traded for Wilson in the draft and picked up Desir during free agency who are not bad corners either. But they need to really step up. 

  • Safety: Marcus Maye, Bradley McDougald, Ashtyn Davis, Bennett Jackson

  • Punter: Braden Mann: Mann has been good during training camp and will be a key factor for the jets during the season. 

  • Kicker: Sam Ficken: As much as I hate to say it, Ficken has looked sharp during camp. Maher was supposed to be the future kicker for this team after being successful in college. But in camp, he has been inconsistent. During the scrimmage he went 2-for-4 missing a 48 and 52 yarder per Cimini, while Ficken went 4-4. 

David Dubovy @daviddubovy


QB: Sam Darnold

Joe Flacco (PUP)

James Morgan

David Fales

RB: Le’Veon Bell

Frank Gore

La'Mical Perine

WR: Jamison Crowder

Chris Hogan

Denzel Mims

Braxton Berrios

Breshad Perriman

Lawrence Cager

Donte Moncrief

TE: Chris Herndon

Trevon Wesco

Ryan Griffin

Daniel Brown

T: George Fant

Chuma Edoga

Mekhi Becton

Cameron Clark

G: Greg Van Roten

Alex Lewis

Josh Andrews

Jonotthan Harrison

C: Connor McGovern


DL: Steve McLendon

Quinnen Williams

Jabari Zuniga

Henry Anderson

Kyle Phillips

Nathan Shepherd

LB: Jordan Jenkins

Tarell Basham

Avery Williamson

Patrick Onwuasor

Blake Cashman

Neville Hewitt

James Burgess

CB: Bless Austin

Pierre Dessir

Lamar Jackson

Brian Poole

Quincy Wilson

Arthur Maulet

Nate Hairston

S: Marcus Maye

Bradley McDougald

Ashtyn Davis

Special Teams

P: Braden Mann

K: Sam Ficken 

LS: Thomas Hennessy

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