A 12-year NFL veteran begs the Jets to promote a promising rookie.

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A 12-year NFL veteran begs the Jets to promote a promising rookie.

The New York Jets would have to go on an almost unfathomable run to make the playoffs in 2021, with their record having dropped to 2-7 after Week 10.

A more realistic expectation for this roster is that it will continue to improve.

We all recognize that this is a young team with numerous injuries, but the final product has gotten worse as the weeks have passed.

For head coach Robert Saleh to regain some faith heading into year two, this has to change.

One way to do this is to nurture future stars.

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Moore is wanted by Damien Woody.

Damien Woody, a former New England Patriots Pro Bowl offensive lineman who also played for the Jets and Lions, took to Twitter following the Buffalo Bills’ rout.

The ESPN analyst and 12-year NFL veteran has become a vocal member of the Gang Green community on social media.

On November 15, he went on a Monday morning rant that left no stone unturned, but one tweet in particular caught our eye.

Also, Elijah Moore is a #1 wide receiver, so treat him as such!

I like Michael Carter (both of them), but MC plays with the same passion I do! AVT will be a stud, but do you see a pattern here? Jets rookies are the best on the team.

15 November 2021 — Damien Woody (@damienwoody)

“Elijah Moore is WR1, so treat him as such! It’s so obvious, man [face-palm emoji], Corey Davis is a number two,” Woody said.

I like Michael Carter (both of them), but MC plays with the same passion I do! AVT is going to be a stud, but do you notice a pattern here? Jets rookies are the best on the team.”

Due to dropped passes, injury absences, and, most recently, a key fumble in Week 10, Jets fans have grown frustrated with Davis during his first season with the team.

In fact, without the big-name wideout, the offense has had two of its most efficient games of the season in terms of total offensive yardage.

Simultaneously, the rookie from Ole Miss has started to break out, scoring four touchdowns in his last four games since the bye.

According to Jets’ Michael Nania,

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