Three Burning Questions
Can Shaun Ellis replace John Abraham as the Jets primary pass rusher?
Abraham, who led the team in sacks last season, is now in Atlanta. Ellis was inconsistent last year, finishing the season with only 2.5 sacks. He is an explosive player who has been a productive pass rusher over his career. With his physical traits and skill level, he could be rejuvenated in new head coach Eric Mangini's defensive schemes. However, the Jets must find a productive rusher opposite Ellis, or teams will slide their protections toward Ellis and isolate him with consistent double teams. The former Pro Bowl player combined for 23.5 sacks over a two-year period (03-04).
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