1 of 24 Worst: New York Jets edge defenders Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports All set to try and convert Anthony Barr into a pass rusher, he became the second high-profile free agent to spurn the Jets for the Vikings in as many years (following Kirk Cousins). The Jets’ Leonard Williams-Quinnen Williams partnership will be offenses’ top concern. Outside linebackers Brandon Copeland and Jordan Jenkins combined for 12 sacks last season, but there’s a reason the Jets chased Barr and sought Nick Bosa if he fell. Their top addition came in Round 3, Jachai Polite, and with new GM Joe Douglas in charge, look for the 2020 Jets to have different players in these roles. 2 of 24 Best: Seattle Seahawks linebackers Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports The Cowboys, provided they re-sign Jaylon Smith, would be a better bet for success into the 2020s than the Seahawks’ second-level corps. But for 2019, the veterans may still have the edge. Any group anchored by future Hall of Famer Bobby Wagner will have a head start, and Seattle retaining K.J. Wright — after it looked like he’d be the latest longtime starter to leave — will help a still-young defense (one now without… Read full this story
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