Among the lowlights of the 2021 New York Jets offensive Line: 4th worst in the NFL in sacks allowed with 53 - Most Sacks Allowed 2021 By Team | StatMuse 6th worst in the NFL for total rushing yards. I understand that this team doesn't have Curtis Martin anymore but the offensive line definitely plays a role in this - 2021 NFL Team Total Offense Stats | ESPN When opponents brought four or fewer pass rushers, Jets’ quarterbacks were pressured 36.1% of the time, the second-worst rate in the league. - 2021 NFL Offensive Line Rankings, by Positional Unit | Sharp Football (sharpfootballanalysis.com) 6th worst in the NFL in Team QB Sacked Percentage, and the 4th worst in the NFL over the final three games - NFL Football Stats - NFL Team QB Sacked Percentage | TeamRankings.com With all this in mind, how in the world can I feel confident that this offensive line is going to protect Zach Wilson well enough in 2022 for the Jets to be able to fully evaluate his talent? I understand that they signed Laken Tomlinson in the offseason, but as good as he is, he alone is not enough to correct an offensive line with the putrid stats I provided above. I think that is why I disliked the Gardner pick so much (BTW, I really, really hope I am wrong about him, and you all make fun of me for many, many years). They could have had their choice of any offensive lineman in the country, and they passed. Then, they did nothing to bolster the line until just one of their final picks. Its almost like this team is ignoring how big a problem this is. Taking into consideration all of the above, please tell me why I shouldn't worry about this line?