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Jets settle for field goal to settle kicker battle

Grab the remote instead of throwing it at the TV. Resist the urge to boo.

In his next three games, the Jets will attempt a field goal on his four-short in the red zone. And they'll settle for 3 from the part of the field where the analysis chart says he'll play 7.

Rather than being a conservative management, he will have as many preseason opportunities as he needs to settle the dispute between veteran kickers Eddy Pineiro and Greg Zuerlein for one roster spot. Think of it as trying to create a

"Fans, don't get mad," said head coach Robert Saleh. "There will be some force-downs that send kicking units out of the way. There's a reason for that — to see where those guys are." They lined up for field goals of yards (twice), 43 yards, 48 ​​yards, and 55 yards. Zuerlein made all five of his attempts, and Pineiro from 43 he hooked one left as his only downside.

Eddy Pineiro
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Greg Zuerlein

"It's neck to neck," Saleh said. "They're both doing a really great job kicking the ball."

Jets offense to 3-and-out to start game against Eagles on Friday If it does, Zach Wilson and the rest of the starters should not lose sight of their helmets.

"If not, go out there and try to get a certain number of plays."

Joe Flacco becomes the next quarterback off the bench, Mike Saleh confirmed that White followed suit - as the depth chart suggests.

Surrey made an interesting point about the safety of players fighting in the trenches in pre-season games compared to training his camp practices. The risks are always piling up from behind.

"It's nerve-wracking in this day and age because everyone talks about injuries and tackles and everything else, but the O-line and the D-line are all the same," said Saleh. said. "It's no different here [at practice]. It's probably safer in practice because you can expect players to fall on tackles." likened to a quarrel. You are never too old for any of them.

"I was arguing with my brother this morning," Saleh said. "I remember when he was 43 and in his senior year of high school, I suplexed him in his face in the living room."

I stared straight into the camera as if I knew.

"Yes, I did."

He continues: Hot and sticky, the two met over and over again. I think this is a really close group and a really cool locker room. ''