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Jets’ Offensive Line Could Be Difference In Successful 2016

Brandon Shell, Right Tackle

Speaking of Breno Giacomini feeling the veteran cap casualty wrath, allow me to introduce rookie Brandon Shell.

Maccagnan traded up in the fifth-round to snag Shell. It was an interesting move so late in the draft, especially for a tackle. The only thing this move projects is the notion that Giacomini is really on the hot seat.

Though he’s not a starter, and just a lowly fifth-rounder, the Jets might be put into an unenviable position of relying on Shell come August. This could be a serious issue if Shell doesn’t pleasantly surprise right off the bat.

The right side of that Jets line is a major concern.

 Ben Ijalana 


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