New York – Maybe the best competition is the Jets Kicker slot. Nick Folk has played okay enough to hold a job but Josh Brown is not a rookie you can flick to the side. The two will most certainly battle it out in the Summer. May the best man win! As we get closer to camp, a couple of other things to note. The Jets still don’t have an answer at RT. Last year’s starter Wayne Hunter is the punching bag of NY’s offense. The fact of the matter is, Hunter wasn’t the only one that played poorly. Pro Bowl tackle D’Brickashaw Ferguson also had his fair share of average efforts. Even Nick Mangold despite being hurt doesn’t deserve a free pass. The unit will have to rally around Hunter at this point, because it doesn’t appear they will address it. This is a big gamble by Tannebaum because whether Tebow or Sanchez is in, the Jets will be facing the likes of Mario Williams, James Harrison, Dwight Freeney and Aldon Smith in just the first few weeks! I guess Rex is banking that Sparano’s new offense is run heavy and a lot of quick go and seam routes. Easier patterns for linemen to zero in on. Its apparent in Shottenheimer’s offense that Hunter was exposed (See 1st play of Season vs Dallas). On defense, the Jets will keep an eye on the potential Revis holdout but the smart money is he will report. The Jets will pony up next year because they can not franchise him in 2014. Right now after the Jets paid almost 17 million a year on average the past two seasons, it’s clear Revis doesn’t have the power play. Revis would be wise to play Revis like one more year and then next season sign the biggest contract in league history for a defensive player.