View from Cortland
Not mine this time, but JetOrange’s. The poster was in Cortland yesterday and made some pretty keen observations on the comments section of the Shaun Ellis post if you didn’t see them, and I’m going to take the time to amplify a few.
Sanchez vs. Clemens: Mark Sanchez looked great when I was up there for the Green & White scrimmage, but has been mediocre since. The problem with that is that is that Kellen Clemens hasn’t bumrushed him. One of the QBs needs to start looking good enough consistently to give the Jets the person they need in that position.
This isn’t something to take lightly. The first preseason game of the year is this Friday against the Rams and the Jets need Clemens or Sanchez to start inspiring confidence that they can lead this team.
Chansi Stuckey is the No. 2 receiver: He’s reliable. Stuckey isn’t flashy or as fast as David Clowney, but he’s got the No. 2 spot right now. If Sanchez wins the starting job there will be plenty of room for Wallace Wright.
Britt Davis is the secret receiver that Jets coach Rex Ryan mentioned just before camp started. He’s great in practice but froze in the G&W scrimmage.
If these observations leave you unsatisfied, ESPN’s Chris Mortensen will be at Hofstra on Wednesday to add some more. That practice—billed as Family Night on the former Jets training camp site—starts at 5:45 p.m.
Rich Cimini of The Daily News had an excellent story today on safety Kerry Rhodes being disatisfied with his role in the backfield last season under Eric Mangini.