Offensive Line


  1. D’Brickashaw Ferguson (LT)
  2. Breno Giacomini (RT)
  3. Oday Aboushi

Most of the talk coming into camp has everything to do with everybody except the offensive line. This shouldn’t be the case based on a below average effort last season (tied for 24th with 47 sacks allowed).

Both D’Brickashaw Ferguson and Nick Mangold, 31-years old, cannot suddenly get old in 2015. They’ll both need to stay healthy in order for the offense to breath some success. The Jets youngsters on the line aren’t ready to provide significant contributions. Furthermore, the 2016 NFL Draft will be a big spot for Maccagnan to draft some big-heavies up front.

Giacomini easily starts at the right side opposite Ferguson, with the very versatile Oday Aboushi backing up.


  1. James Carpenter (RG)
  2. Dakota Dozier (LG)
  3. Brian Winters

Speaking of Aboushi, he can also play the guard position. This will ultimately push 32-year old Willie Colon out of the door, representing the Jets most shocking cut of camp.

Look for 2014 fourth-round pick Dakota Dozier to steal the left guard spot, the Jets shakiest offensive line position.


  1. Nick Mangold
  2. Dalton Freeman

The center spot is as stable as any in Jets camp. Six-time Pro Bowler Nick Mangold is still one of the very best in the game.

Notable Cuts: Willie Colon (G), Charles Brown (T)

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