40. Dylan Donahue

39. Travis Swanson

38. Juston Burris

37. Lorenzo Mauldin

36. Josh McCown

35. Dimitri Flowers

34. Kelvin Beachum

33. Chris Herndon

32. David Bass

31. Henry Anderson

When the starting left tackle can’t crack the top 30 players on the team, that’s not a good deal for the young, generational franchise quarterback. Kelvin Beachum is No. 34 on the team and deserves that distinction.

The very same year Beachum signed on with the Jets, his former team, the Jacksonville Jaguars, moved from 22nd in the NFL in rushing to first. Obviously, Leonard Fournette helped things greatly, but he barely cracked 1,000 yards rushing (a far cry from over 2,500 in total). Beachum was gone and his replacement, rookie Cam Robinson, led the way to a terrific and much improved Jags O-line.

After a below-average first season in New York, Beachum will be Sam Darnold’s blindside. It’s a scary proposition as of right now.


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