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The Jets will try to build momentum throughout the season as the young coaching staff and players mesh. This team appears similar in many ways to last year's Browns, whose 6-10 record didn't reflect how hard they played or how competitive they were under Romeo Crennel, Mangini's predecessor in New England
Head Coach: Eric Mangini (Regular-season 05 record: 4-12) Offensive Coordinator: Mike Heimerdinger Defensive Coordinator: Donnie Henderson
Eric Mangini defensive coordinator last year for New England Patriots who will be coming back to Jets this time as the head coach. He work for Jets as a defensive assistant 1997-1999.
Jets have began the process of rebuilding there team after a terriable season last year. Of the Jets' 12 losses in 2005, seven were by 10 points or less. New York scored first in just one of those close defeats.
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Bowl Steelers star Defensive Kimo von Oelhoffen, a major impact he will bring to the ny jets defense. Also traxding for Patrick Ramsey Quarterback Washington Redskins. Adding two players from New England Patriots Matt Chatham LB, and Tim Dwight Wide Reciever. Picking up Anthony Clement OL, San Francisco, Andre Dyson CB Seattle, and Brad Kassell wide reciever Tennessee Titans.
2006 Team Draft Notes: The New York Jets got their man when they selected Virginia tackle D'Brickashaw Ferguson with the No. 4 pick in the 2006 NFL Draft. Ferguson is expected to help shore up the Jets' offensive line. So is Nick Mangold, the Jets' second first-round selection at No. 29. Mangold, the center from Ohio State, will pair with Ferguson to give the Jets a pair of promising young linemen in 2006. The second round brought in Oregon quarterback Kellen Clemens, and the team made a pair of interesting picks in the fourth: Missouri quarterback Brad Smith and Florida State running back Leon Washington.
This guy is a stud. He's undersized but very athletic and very instinctive. He's excellent at key-and-diagnose. It doesn't take him long to realize where the play is going and it doesn't take him long to get there. He can make plays by chasing people from sideline to sideline and he covers that ground very quickly. He's a very bright guy who understood the old scheme and fit right in with it. He benefited last year from the people up in front of him. If they go with a three-man front, they won't be doing Vilma any favors. If you take him out of the 4-3 and put him in a 3-4 as an inside guy, I think you will hurt him. There's more coverage responsibilities and more blitz responsibilities, and that's not who he is.
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