Greetings fellow Jets fans! Longtime fan (since Dick Wood days!) but rare poster here. Anyway, is it just me or is there generally a dearth of OL talent in the NFL these days? Also, even if a team has adequate starters, don't they get screwed when one or more starters go down almost inevitably? With this in mind and with the idea that protecting Sam has to be the priority, can we go all in on rebuilding the OL for 2020? I'm thinking that we start off by making Scherff an offer he can't refuse. Then we resigns all our halfway decent o-linemen with the idea that they can be depth if they can't win starting jobs. These would include Beachum, Shell, Lewis, and yes Compton (who seems to be a halfway decent reserve). This would also involve cutting Winters, who is too injury prone/terrible. Next, we use our first two draft picks on a franchise left tackle and center and a later pick on a guard. This leaves us with a line of: LT Beachum/LT of the future LG Lewis/LT of the future/Rookie guard C Center of the future/Harrison RG Scherff/Compton/Rookie guard RT LT of the future/Shell/Edoga This I think would leave us with decent starters and decent depth when the inevitable injuries hit. What do people think?