In this edition of New York Jets Gang Green News, we wonder where veteran wide receiver Eric Decker fits into this talented receiving corps.
The National Football League in May is always a tricky endeavor. The NFL Draft is done yet dead time prior to the beginning of training camp is upcoming.
Therefore, anything is on the table.
Enter Eric Decker, the lone veteran wide receiver on the squad loaded with youngsters. His name has popped up recently as the so-called “experts” look to figure out where he exactly fits on the team.
Thanks to the recent troubles of Robby Anderson, we believe there’s nothing wrong with heading into the season with No. 87 employed. Why not employ a veteran guy who’s played with Peyton Manning when youngsters such as Christian Hackenberg and Bryce Petty look to make their mark?[graphiq id=”aaQDb5X4Qlf” title=”Eric Decker Overview” width=”640″ height=”629″ url=”https://sw.graphiq.com/w/aaQDb5X4Qlf” frozen=”true”]
Jets Stories, News:
- Ethan Greenberg of newyorkjets.com writes that Jamal Adams could realistically make a run at NFL Defensive Player of the Year.
- Rich Cimini of ESPN New York asks where Eric Decker fits into the Jets WR grouping.
- Cimini also provides us a backstory about Adams and his father.