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Jets in the most dire need of a big game at Washington The Jets are set to take on the Washington Redskins in Landover tonight for their second outing of the preseason. Which Jets are in the most need of a huge performance to stay in the race for the 53-man roster?JORDAN LEGGETTThe tight end competition has been surprisingly fierce throughout the offseason. Rookie Chris Herndon has stood out Youth Leonard Williams Jersey , in addition to veterans Clive Walford and Neal Sterling. Herndon missed last week’s game, while Walford and Sterling flashed with a combined 6 catches for 65 yards.The odd man out has been the Jets’ fifth round pick in the 2017 draft, Jordan Leggett. Leggett has cycled on and off the practice field with a myriad of injuries, and missed the opener as well. Fortunately, it seems he is finally primed to take the field against the Redskins. With Herndon missing the game and needing to stand out against the performances put forth by Walford and Sterling last week, this is a very important game for Leggett. He really needs to start showing something tangible on a competitive field or his Jets career could end up being a short one. Reports were that he stood out against the Redskins in practice this week. That’s nice, but can he translate it to the real thing?TRENTON CANNONCannon hurt his roster prospects with his 2 muffed punts last week (both recovered by the Jets). That performance in the returning phase all but eliminated his chances of making the roster in that role. With the Jets already having 2 apparent locks at running back in Bilal Powell and Isaiah Crowell, in addition to the eventually-returning Elijah McGuire, Cannon is not exactly a lock for a roster spot once upon McGuire’s return just yet.On the positive side, he did show some very promising change-of-direction ability and quickness against Atlanta. Cannon needs a standout game to show the Jets that he is worth keeping around as a 4th running back (once McGuire returns). Or, perhaps the Jets will throw some more punt returning opportunities his way. If they do, he’ll need some huge returns to make up for his struggles last week and make himself a viable option at the punt returner spot. Cannon will probably also see kick returning duties again and has a chance to seal a roster spot if he can make something happen there.I think Cannon ultimately does stick on the roster, as there is little competition behind him, but a reassuring performance would do a lot for his prospects of sticking around in a stacked position group - and he does still have an opportunity to turn some heads on his return game ability.ARDARIUS STEWART AND CHAD HANSENThese two just need to start showing up. Period. Both have seen hot-and-cold stretches of camp buzz throughout the offseason, but on Friday, each laid an egg. Hansen did not earn a single target, but it was Stewart who stood out in the wrong way. He had a poorly run route that nearly resulted in a Sam Darnold interception, a drop on a well-thrown Darnold pass, and another poorly run underneath route that nearly impeded a Neal Sterling first down. He was terrible.Hansen essentially redshirted the first half or so of last season before seeing his role expand down the stretch. He rarely saw the ball come his way but stood out with a nice collection of clutch catches. Hansen didn’t produce enough to learn much from but at least showed you an inkling of potential.Stewart started the year out with 38 snaps in Buffalo but never reached that number again, as he was phased out until late in the year. The Jets tried to get him some manufactured touches (handoffs, screens, kick returns) but he did very little with them. His 9 kick returns averaged 19.2 yards, 41st of 43 players with at least as many returns. Only 15.4% (2 of 13) of his targets resulted in first downs - that rate ranked 158th of 161 wide receivers with at least as many targets.All in all, the Jets need to start seeing something from their sophomore mid-round wideouts. The top four of this wide receiver depth chart is all but cemented until one of these two can starting doing something.FRANKIE LUVUAnyone who follows the Jets knows how lacking they are in edge rushing talent. One of the names that has generated the most surprise throughout the offseason is Frankie Luvu, the undrafted rookie out of Washington State.Lorenzo Mauldin will be sidelined once again Color Rush Isaiah Crowell Jersey , and his roster chances are fading quickly. Though he impressed against the Falcons last week, Dylan Donahue is poised to miss some portion of the season from the start due to his multiple arrests.If the hype on Luvu is for real, now is the time to strike. The door to a roster spot is wide open for anybody in this group that can show something. With the lack of any proven talent among the room (David Bass is the team’s most proven edge rusher), Luvu’s rawness and potential (he’s only 21, soon to be 22 in September) should already give him an edge over his less promising competitors if he produces comparatively. All of the other outside linebacker competitors are at least 25. If Luvu can start separating himself from the middle of the pack on the game field, the Jets will have a hard time parting with an untapped rookie at their thinnest position.Scouting The 2019 NFL Draft: Week 4 Scouting Guide This week includes a lot of great matchups for a lot of good prospects. I will be prioritizing games with prospects that fit our primary needs. Those are as follows: Edge, T, RB, G, TE and CB. With the emergence of Lee finally playing like a starting NFL LBer, I will be removing ILBer from the list.Here are just a few games to check out, and who you should keep a keen scouting eye on throughout.Georgia Vs. Missouri (Sat 9/22, 12:00 PM EST, ESPN)Edge, D’Andre Walker, Georgia (#15)Walker is a long physical specimen who has all the tools to be a great edge rusher. It would be nice to see him in a more expanded role.RB, Damarea Crockett, Missouri (#16)Crocket is my kind of RB. He is hard to tackle because he is very shifty. I am in love with his jump cut. It’s what happens once he is actually hit that concerns me. RB, Elijah Holyfield, Georgia ( #13)Holyfield is a very smooth runner. As soon as he gets the ball in his hands you can see the patience and vision at work. His smooth cuts make him hard to wrap up.TE, Albert Okwuegbunam, Missouri (#81)Albert has the size weight combo scouts drool over, and does a very nice job with contested throws. His blocking and rout running will need to be fixed.TE, Isaac Nauta, Georgia (#18)Isaac is a size/speed Color Rush Kelvin Beachum Jersey , matchup monster. He has shown an affinity for catching away from his body. As far as blocking, Nauta shows great promise and ferocity.CB, Deandre Baker, Georgia (#18)Baker is a bit of a conundrum. Is he a corner? Is he a safety? His lack of long speed and hip flexibility is troubling, but he makes up for it with technique and physicality. Other Notable prospects: QB, Drew Lock, Missouri #3 - WR, Emanuel Hall, Missouri #84 - DT, Tyler Clark, Georgia #52 - DT, Terry Beckner, Missouri #5 - S, J.R. Reed, Georgia #20 Stanford Vs. Oregon (Sat 9/22, 8:00 PM EST, ABC)Edge, Jalen Jelks, Oregon (#92)Jelks has a long frame, and is extremely quick off the line. Oregon lines him up inside and guards and centers can’t handle his speed at all.OT, A.T. Hall, Stanford (#75)Hall is very smooth mover at tackle, and would look very good in our outside zone blocking scheme.RB, Bryce Love, Stanford (#20)Love is one of the best running backs coming out this year. You will be hard-pressed to find a RB with Love’s speed that is as fluid and ellusive.G Youth Darron Lee Jersey , Jake Hanson, Oregon (#55)Hanson has great hand placement and technique. When he latches on to his blocks, he doesn’t break easily.G, Brandon Fanaika, Stanford (#71)Brandon is short and stocky and uses his hands to perfection to win and win early. He pulls well, and would also fit our scheme.TE, Kaden Smith, Stanford (#82)Kaden has all the characteristics of a NFL caliber TE, but he needs to put it all together and have it translate on the field.CB, Alijah Holder, Stanford (#13)Alijah is a strong cover corner, who uses his physicality at the line to win. Might not be fast enough to hand with downfield weapons at the next level. Might be an option for safety.Other Notable prospects: QB, Justin Herbert, Oregon #10 - LBer, Bobby Okereke, Stanford #20 - WR, J.J. Arcega-Whiteside, Stanford #19Wisconsin Vs. Iowa (Sat 9/22, 8:30 PM EST, FOX) Edge, Anthony Nelson, Iowa (#98)Nelson isn’t a flashy edge guy, but he does everything well. Anthony is very technically sound and gets the job done on all 3 downs.Edge/Off-Ball LBer, Andrew Van Ginkel, Wisconsin (#17)Andrew is very athletic and great in space. Had over 6 sacks last year , but will need to add some weight and strength to be more effective as an edge.OT, David Edwards, Wisconsin (#79)Edwards is one of the premier tackles coming out this year. He is strong and uses his power to plow open running lanes.OG, Beau Benzschawel, Wisconsin (#66)Has that prototypical boxy frame that will do Beau well on the interior at the next level. Will probably do better in man blocking schemes.OT/OG/C, Michael Deiter, Wisconsin (#63)There is no shortage of draft worthy linemen at Wisconsin. Deiter is a very good bookend opposite of Edwards. He can play every position along the line as well. He will probably kick inside at the next level.TE, Noah Fant, Iowa (#87)Fant is a freakish athlete and a two-way tight end. He takes very good angles on blocks, and maintains them. As a receiver, Fant is a mismatch for any and everyone.Other Notable prospects: QB, Nate Stanley, Iowa #4 - S, D’Cota Dixon, Wisconsin #14 - WR, Quintez Cephus, Wisconsin #87 - LB, T.J Edwards, Wisconsin #53 - LB, Ryan Connelly, Wisconsin #43

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