Jets’ second-year offensive lineman Mekhi Becton has achieved a dream of any young football player. The Jets’ second-year offensive lineman Mekhi Becton has achieved a dream of any young football player. Few people in the world of football have ever achieved the goal of playing professional football, let alone make it to the NFL as a second-year lineman. A lot of times, the best of the best find it so difficult to advance from their rookie year in the NFL that they give up on the dream completely. This is where Becton comes in.

In case you missed it, New York Jets left tackle Mekhi Becton has been added to the team’s injury report after undergoing surgery to repair a torn labrum in his left shoulder. But if you know anything about Becton, you know he’s not the type to complain about pain. That’s likely because he knows the stakes are bigger than just himself, given the Jets’ struggles on the offensive line this past season.

Zach Wilson has been a member of the New York Jets since undrafted free agent rookie free agent in 2015. Wilson is currently an undrafted rookie and has been a member of the team’s practice squad this season. In his first season playing in the NFL, Wilson has been impressive. In the first three games of the year, Wilson has been named the Jets’ offensive rookie of the week twice. The former University of Texas standout has been impressive in every game he has played in and has drawn praise from his rookie position coach, Darryl Slater, as well as head coach Todd Bowles.

There are many factors that go into the success or failure of an NFL quarterback. The coaching staff, the offensive plan and the weapons at the skill positions all play a role. The most important part, however, is the offensive line. That’s why a video of Mehi Becton on social media from the New York Jets’ gym is good news for Zach Wilson, who selected the player with the No. 2 pick.

The Jets have contracted free agents Dan Feeney and Morgan Moses this season, and signed UCLA defensive end Alijah Vera-Turner in the first round. The weight class video of Becton, a first-round pick last year, is another sign that Wilson could get a fighting chance in his rookie season.

Defending offensive line is key for starting quarterbacks

Mekhi Becton. Photo: Benjamin Solomon/Getty Images

Selecting a quarterback in the first round of the NFL draft is 50/50 at best. There is no magic formula or statistic that tells you if a quarterback will be a star or a loser.

But once the season has started, there is one thing that can be used to judge the future of a player’s career: the number of times he has been fired.

Notorious draft pick David Carr is the most offensive rookie QB in NFL history with 76 tackles in 2002, according to Statmuse. While all those sacks are certainly not due to the offensive line, his team’s front line was not very good. The Texans used two rookies in the line in 2002, and none of their top five starters have made it to the Pro Bowl in their careers.

The other 25 rookies with the most kicks represent the infamous underdog list in the draft. That list includes Tim Couch (56), Blake Bortles (55), Rick Mirer (47), Josh Rosen (45) and Geno Smith (43).

There are a few QBs on this list who have returned and had great careers – Warren Moon (47), Jim Kelly (43), and Andrew Luck (41) – but the number of failures far outweighs the number of good starts.

One QB to keep an eye on in the coming years is Kyler Murray of the Arizona Cardinals. He is sixth on the list with 48 points in his rookie campaign.

Jets left defender Meha Becton looks to be in good shape for the 2021 season

The pass defense starts at left quarterback, and the Jets have a good quarterback. New York selected Becton out of Louisville with the 11th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. According to ESPN, Becton climbed up the candidate rankings after scoring a 5.11 in the 40-meter dash at the combine and weighing in at 6-foot-10.

While the Jets’ offensive line struggled in 2020, finishing 29th in PFF rankings, Becton stood out.

With a PFF rating of 74.3, [Becton] ranks 19th out of 38 qualified left-handed defensemen, despite injuries, wrote PFF’s Ben Linsey. He has shown that with his rare combination of size and athletic ability, he can cause defenders considerable problems.

A recent training video posted on Twitter could mean even more challenges for defenders in 2021. The video shows the sniper warming up in front of the mirror, looking leaner and more muscular than his 364-pound weight. He even tells the videographer that he is very sexy.

 

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12 May 2021

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