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Defensively, however, the Jets have only a couple of positions that could be weaknesses, let alone entire position groups. After stacking New York up against its division foes on the offensive of the ball, it’s time to take a look how they rank in the AFC East on defense.
Despite fielding one of the league’s most feared defensive lines, the Jets added to a strength in this year’s draft, selecting Leonard Williams No. 6 overall. The USC product, billed as the draft’s top prospect by many well-respected scouts and agencies, may not even start on New York’s three-man line. That says it all.
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