Aaron Rodgers adjusting to Jets' leaky offensive line

The Athletic's Zack Rosenblatt notes that new quarterback Aaron Rodgers has been dealing with regular pressure on the edges in New York Jets training camp practices.

What It Means:

Rodgers has been getting in reps with the Jets' offense in training camp, but one pattern has shown up repeatedly: his tackles are letting pressure get to him. There appears to be a true battle for the team's starting tackle gig, though it should be noted that their training camp struggles have come against their own starting defense, which boasts an elite group of pass-rushers. Still, offensive line woes can sink an offense, so this will be worth monitoring this season.

Rodgers is on track to the be the Jets' first solid starter at the position in decades of play, and his presence should be a huge boost to their fantasy studs like Garrett Wilson and Breece Hall. We have him projected for a finish as the QB14 himself for the upcoming year.