I will dive deeper into this when the season gets closer but for now, here is a July guess at the New York Jets 53 man depth chart/player usage:
As you may already know, the MetLife Stadium which is located at the Meadowlands Sports Complex in East Rutherford, New Jersey, US, is one of the most amazing American football stadiums ever built. This is also the only National Football League stadium that is the home to two teams, which are the New York Jets and the New York Giants. When it opened on April 10 2010, this second largest stadium in the NFL was known as the New Meadowlands Stadium. The MetLife insurance company that is based in New York acquired the naming rights to the Stadium, back in 2011 for 25 years at the cost of $17 to $20 million annually. Having a construction cost of nearly 1.6 billion makes this Stadium the most expensive one ever built.
AJ Sicignano continues his New York Jets positional breakdown with a look at the team’s running backs and where they stack up in the AFC East and AFC as a whole. Don’t miss Monday’s edition on the quarterbacks…
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