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With Adams on the roster, Maye was the other safety, often lining up 20 yards from the line of scrimmage. The Jets' second-round pick played in the box on snaps, with nearly half of those coming in the two late-season games that Adams sat out because of an ankle injury.
Blitzing was a foreign concept for Maye, who rushed the passer four times and had zero sacks. He's big enough 6-foot, pounds and fast enough to be an effective blitzer, but does he have the instincts?
That's what made Adams so good. Maye hasn't had the opportunity, so it's hard to say. Williams likes to cross-train players at different positions in camp, so this doesn't mean Maye will be a full-time replacement for Adams.
At the very least, it will make the Jets less predictable on defense by having interchangeable safeties. McDougald played both spots in Seattle.
Did you know? Maye will be an unrestricted free agent after the season. If he re-signs with the Jets, he would be only the third second-round pick since to get a fifth season with the team.
Herndon returns from a suspension- and injury-ruined season, Trevon Wesco is one of the team's most improved players and Ryan Griffin -- the group's leading receiver last season -- returned to practice Saturday after spending time on the physically unable to perform list as he recovered from ankle surgery.
To maximize the talent, Gase will have to dust off some of his old game plans because his recent track record as a playcaller suggests his passing game is geared more to wide receivers than tight ends.
From to , when he coached the Miami Dolphins , Gase's tight ends finished 32nd in receptions and utilized the "12" grouping on snaps, 29th.
To be fair, Gase hasn't had pass-catching threats since , when he was the Chicago Bears ' offensive coordinator.
With Martellus Bennett and Zach Miller , the Bears finished ninth in catches 91 and 13th in snaps out of the "12" look. As the Denver Broncos ' coordinator in and , Gase, with the dangerous Julius Thomas , ranked tied for ninth in catches and 14th in two-tight-end snaps If the Jets' tight ends turn out to be the strength of the offense, it's on Gase to get them on the field as much as possible.
The versatile Wesco also has the ability to line up in the backfield, which creates a wrinkle. It wouldn't make any sense for a potential one-year rental.
I'd consider it if Jacksonville pays a chunk of his salary and deals him for a third-round pick and a fifth-rounder -- i.
But if you're going down that road, the better option would be Jadeveon Clowney. Because he's a free agent, it would be straight money, no trade compensation.
Fantasy alert: Slot receiver Jamison Crowder made a career-high 78 receptions last season. Now that he has had a year in the system, his total should exceed 90, according to receivers coach Shawn Jefferson.
Can he do it? Sure, if he has another catch game, like he did in Week 1. Pitcher to catcher: The injuries and lack of depth at wide receiver have created a great opportunity for Jeff Smith , a former undrafted free agent who appeared in one game last season as a rookie and caught one pass before an ankle injury.
Smith has an interesting background because he began his college career as a quarterback for Boston College.
Smith struggled at BC, completing 27 of 82 passes for yards with two touchdowns and three interceptions, so he was moved to receiver as a sophomore.
His 4. By default, Smith is practicing with the Jets' starting unit, but he has made some plays. No doubt, his development was hurt by the cancellation of offseason practices, but his skill set intrigues the Jets' coaches.
A little over a month ago, the Jets traded star safety Jamal Adams instead of satisfying his contract demands. They got plenty in return, including first-round picks in and , but the current team got worse.
On the surface, the Jets appear to be kissing off the season. It has to be maddening for a fan base that is tired of waiting for "next year," but this has to be viewed through a wide-angle lens.
Patience is required. It's not fun, not after four straight losing seasons, but Jets general manager Joe Douglas deserves a chance to implement his plan.
Hired 15 months ago, Douglas inherited one of the league's worst rosters, which is why he demanded a six-year contract.
He knew it would take time to build it correctly. Though highly regarded in league circles, he has no track record for this sort of thing, so there's an element of blind faith.
That said, he already has demonstrated a savvy for the job with some of his moves, and he is better positioned to succeed than his predecessors.
John Idzik Jets' GM from through tried to the slow-build approach, too, one that included an Adams-like trade cornerback Darrelle Revis , but his drafts were terrible and his strained relationship with coach Rex Ryan created a toxic atmosphere.
In came Mike Maccagnan, who tried the quick fix. It damn near worked in , as the Jets almost made the playoffs, but his Band-Aids didn't last. That's why they're Band-Aids.
He spent big money, right up until the bitter end, but the result was three straight last-place finishes in the AFC East. So now they're back to the conservative approach with Douglas, who spent cautiously in free agency because his objective is to build through the draft -- one of the few methods in the NFL that never goes out of style.
Those familiar with his thinking say he will pivot -- i. Evidently, he felt Ngakoue, despite his While Ngakoue looks to be a terrific fit for the Minnesota Vikings , a playoff team with designs on a Super Bowl, he wasn't going to be the proverbial "final piece" for the Jets.
Truth is, the Jets need a lot of final pieces on both sides of the ball. The compensation for Ngakoue was a second-round pick and a fifth-rounder, close to what the Jets received in the Leonard Williams trade with the New York Giants.
The Jets wound up with a third-round pick and a fifth-round pick for Williams. Ngakoue is a better player than Williams, so why didn't the Jets pursue a trade with the Jacksonville Jaguars?
While some felt Ngakoue wasn't a good fit in coordinator Gregg Williams' scheme, the prevailing reason is that the Jets didn't want to part with draft capital for a potential one-year rental -- that, and the actual price.
Because of the franchise tag, Ngakoue can't sign an extension until after the season.