Just saw these tweets by Pro Football Focus (hopefully I embedded it correctly). The Jets OL owns the 5th highest pass blocking efficiency this preseason. Team leaders:Harrison 100.0Shell 98.8Qvale 98.8Dozier 98.1— John Gatta (@johngattajr) August 28, 2017 Hackenberg has been pressured on 28% of his dropbacks (NFL avg = 34%). Under pressure though, he is 4/9 for 11 yards with an INT & 6 sacks.— John Gatta (@johngattajr) August 28, 2017 This, to me, is very interesting. The Offensive Line has been the main scapegoat with respect to Hackenberg's poor play. Obviously, PFF isn't the end all be all, but perhaps Hackenberg not recognizing defenses and adjusting the line is making a much bigger difference than we are giving it credit for. And more importantly, this is all the more reason I'd like to see Petty (or McCown) with the 1's. It would give us a bit more intel on whether or not the OL is as bad as the fanbase seems to think it is.