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How former Jets are faring elsewhere: Preseason
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 09, 2018 4:00 am    Post subject:  How former Jets are faring elsewhere: Preseason
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Week 3 For many of the former Jets weíve been keeping tabs on throughout preseason
, last week will have been their final chance to establish their role during preseason. However, for others, this is where it starts to get really interesting.Anyone on the bubble is potentially going to get a lot of reps on Thursday night and those that flourish could yet find themselves contributing with their new teams this season.Letís see who produced in week three:Muhammad Wilkerson - DL, PackersAfter an 85-point shootout in their previous game, the Packers defense was much better this week, as they went to halftime tied at 3-3. Wilkerson played his part as he was in on two run stuffs. However, he didnít generate any pressure and also had a missed tackle.Demario Davis - LB, SaintsDavis was credited with three tackles this week, all of them on short passes as he played into the second half. On one of them, he made the stop short of the marker on third down, but another saw the fullback pick up 11 on 3rd-and-6. Davis also had one missed tackle.Austin Seferian-Jenkins - TE, JaguarsSeferian-Jenkins at last made his first catch of the preseason, when his 14-yarder set up a field goal just before halftime. His only other target was intercepted though. He didnít make much of an impact as a blocker.Chandler Catanzaro - PK, BucsCatanzaro made three extra points and a 42-yard field goal in the Lionsí come-from-behind win, but missed an extra point wide right. He had four touchbacks on his five kickoffs.Bryce Petty - QB, DolphinsPetty was held out of last weekís game with an oblique injury, as he remains the fourth choice for Miami. Heíll presumably share duties with David Fales on Thursday night.Christian Hackenberg - QB
, EaglesHackenberg has yet to see any preseason action with the Eagles, but buckle up because Eagles head coach Doug Pederson has said he will play against the Jets on Thursday night.Jeremy Kerley - WR, BillsKerley had one big play last week, as his only catch was an 18-yarder on 3rd-and-16 in the third quarter. That set up the Billsí first touchdown. He didnít get any work on the special teams return units this week.Wesley Johnson - OL, LionsJohnson played center with the second unit and right guard with the third unit this week. Once again, he held up quite well, with no pressure surrendered in pass protection, no penalties and had a good block on Theo Riddickís 10-yard touchdown run.Kony Ealy - DE, CowboysEaly continues to see action both at end and tackle. He made no impact whatsoever in the most recent game and wasnít credited with any tackles or pressure.Julian Stanford - LB, BillsStanford didnít get any defensive reps this week after leaving the game early due to a nose injury, although he did contribute on special teams with a good tackle in punt coverage.Freddie Bishop - OLB, LionsBishop only played three defensive snaps in this game, but made one play, stopping a 3rd-and-long draw play for a short gain.Damoreíea Stringfellow - WR, SeahawksStringfellow saw action last week, but he was not targeted. On special teams, he had a good block on a punt return that went for a touchdown
, only for one of his teammates to be called for a hold on the play.Jojo Natson - WR, RamsNatson made one nice play this week, as he was able to get to the marker on a 3rd-and-10 pass to the outside. He also drew a defensive penalty on one play. His only other target was a third down incompletion. He didnít make much of an impact on special teams this week, with a 25-yard kickoff return and a fair catch on a punt.Marcus Williams - CB, SaintsWilliams had an extremely eventful second game with the Saints, headlined by his 58-yard interception return for a touchdown. He also disrupted another pass that was also intercepted and returned for a score, but was called for pass interference on that one. Williams had three tackles on defense and another on a special teams play that was negated by a penalty. He had one run stop, but also gave up a first down on a short pass.Robert Nelson - CB, SaintsNelson had a much less eventful game than Williams, as he didnít record a tackle and was targeted unsuccessfully just once. He did make a tackle on the kickoff coverage unit though.Korren Kirven - OL, CowboysKirven didnít get any playing time in the latest game, following a rough performance the previous week with the third unit.Bucky Hodges - TE, SteelersHodges hasnít made the most of his chances in Pittsburgh as he once again wasnít targeted off the bench in this game and didnít do anything to impress with his blocking. Somehow his roster chances have improved as Jesse James hurt his back and the injured Vance McDonald suffered a setback.Jeremy Langford - RB, DolphinsLangford got a few touches late in the game last week. His only carry went for two yards, but he also had catches of five, seven and eight yards. The eight-yarder, which would have been a first down
, was negated by a penalty.Edmond Robinson - LB, CardinalsRobinson was active this week but didnít see any action on defense or on special teams.He is not expected to make the final roster.Geoff Gray - OL, BrownsGray got some screen time on ďHard KnocksĒ last week, but did not see any action on the field as he has only played a couple of special teams plays since the first preseason game.Michael Hunter - CB, BroncosHunter didnít play for the second game in a row. He had missed the previous game with migraines.Travaris Cadet - RB, BillsCadet had a meaningless 11-yard gain on the last play of the first half but his other three carries netted just one yard. He did score a touchdown though, at the second attempt from the goal line - only to then be stuffed on the two-point conversion. Cadet was also stopped at the 21 on his only kickoff return.Marcus Murphy - RB, BillsMurphy continues to flash as he trends towards winning the third running back role. This week, he rushed for a team-high 58 yards on 11 carries, while adding two short catches and two short punt returns. He had another run for 12 yards called back due to a penalty.Anthony Johnson - DL, ColtsJohnson returned to the Coltsí line-up this week and had an excellent performance. He was officially credited with one tackle - on a run stuff in the second quarter - and one quarterback hit, but actually created pressure a number of times on a couple of stunts and also by beating his man on the outside and on an inside move.Will Tye - NE, PatriotsTye saw plenty of action again but was only targeted once, as Tom Brady tried to hit him downfield on third down but the safety broke it up. He also failed to sustain a couple of blocks in the running game.Kalif Raymond - WR, GiantsRaymondís only target as a receiver was easily broken up downfield by Rashard Robinson, but anyone who watched the Jetsí third preseason game would already know that Raymond made an impact against them with punt returns of 35, 10 and 19 yards. However
, Hunter Sharp scored a touchdown, so perhaps Raymond wonít win that role. Would the Jets consider bringing Raymond back after previously having given up on him following his costly muff against the Raiders last year?Jason Vander Laan - TE, PanthersVander Laan didnít get any playing time for the second week in a row, as he remains out of action. He apparently has a knee injury and is still not practicing yet.Nick Rose, K, TexansThe Jets cut Rose loose before he had a chance to practice with the team. In his first game after having signed with Houston, Rose didnít fare too well in the Ramsí 21-20 win. He made two extra points and four of his five kickoffs went for touchbacks, but he also missed both of his field goals - a 28-yarder that hit the upright and a 57-yarder as time expired that went wide.Lord Hyeamang - DT, RamsThe undrafted rookie Hyeamang finally saw his first action, although he was only in for one snap as he came in with the goal line defense as the Texans threw an incomplete pass on 2nd-and-3.MiscellaneousS Jeremy Cash is out for the season with a knee injury suffered in the first preseason game;RB Akeem Judd opted to retire last week;DL Claude Pelon signed with Tennessee but then tore his ACL a few days later; andTE Zach Conque signed with Jacksonville but was released in June.Of course there are still several recent departures who arenít currently with a team, such as Bruce Carter, Courtney Upshaw and Jalin Marshall. Weíll add these to the list if they get a deal.Schefter: Sam Darnold has ďlegit chanceĒ to win Jets starting QB job Adam Schefter says the Jets are very happy with how Sam Darnold is playing to the point he might end up the Week 1 starter for the team.Reports like this tend to be very vague and noncommittal so they usually arenít worth paying any attention.In this instance it is notable because it is Schefter and it shows a window into the Jetsí thoughts. Sometimes a team drafts a quarterback with a plan to sit him as a rookie no matter what. Sometimes a team drafts a quarterback with a plan to sit him unless he is head and shoulders above the competition. This suggests the Jets wonít have reservations about putting Darnold on the field if he passes certain tests in preseason. As Schefter states, the preseason is important. He wonít win the job if he plays poorly. But it would not be a shock to see him under center Week 1 in Detroit.
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