Believing any personnel decision-maker can fix a football squad’s offensive line over one teeny, tiny offseason is a pipe dream. Thinking Mike Maccagnan can do so for the New York Jets is flat-out irresponsible.
It takes years to cultivate nearly half of a football offense (five-of-11 players).
This five-man unit doesn’t knock anybody’s socks off. Actually, let’s take that back. From time-to-time, they’ll run over the competition on Thursday Night Football at home or if a gameplan breaks right, but week-to-week, they struggle. Even worse is the idea that the unit struggles under a run-first head-coaching mindset.