A look at the New York Jets offensive positional breakdown

Sam Darnold #14 of of the New York Jets (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)
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James Carpenter, Kelvin Beachum. New York Jets. (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images) /

The New York Jets have rebuilt their Offensive line and brought in another O-Line Coach to get the team to the best possible position of success. With some many changes t the o along the line, the primary mainstay is Kelvin Beachum at Left Tackle.

Beachum having played with Le’Veon Bell with the Steelers and Sam Darnold last year gives him the edge of understanding both backs styles of play and how to block for each of them. The most robust adjustment to be made by the rest of the line is getting used to each back and one another.

With the Starting line most likely going to be LT: Kelvin Beachum LG: Kelechi Osemele C: Jonotthan Harrison RG: Brian Winters RT: Brandon Shell. The Jets made significant changes by trading for Osemele with the Raiders; he brings a finishing toughness that the Jets will love with their new running game.

With Harrison at center to Anchor the offensive line, the Jets have the making of a team designed to maul people at the line of scrimmage. Brian Winters is a seasoned veteran who has found his niche with the Jets.

Brandon Shell will be in line for a solid contract extension if he can continue to build on the season that he had in 2018. The line is configured the right way and with solid young veterans that are making continuity, and the coaches focus on technique this year brings a complete picture to what has been a need in Gotham’s Green team.

Position Grade B+

Overall the Jets have made strides Offensively, with an influx of talent on the ground game should be able to control the pace of the game with their ability to run the ball consistently next year.

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Still missing an additional threat to go with Robby Anderson at wide receiver the Jets overall have the making to be a hazardous team offensively in 2019 season. Next will take a look at the remade Jets defense in which big things should be expected…