Here's a great article written about the young talent the Jets have in their front 7, particularly the DL.
Some snippets from the article below:
Together we eat.
The words are repeated almost daily inside Karl Dunbar's meeting room, serving as a constant reminder that his players cannot win without one another.
Dunbar, in his second year as Jets defensive line coach, often steers questions about individuals back to the unit. Ask about Muhammad Wilkerson and he'll tell you about Kenrick Ellis and Sheldon Richardson. Make a comment about Damon Harrison's improved play and Dunbar will remind you that Quinton Coples is a star in the making.The article can be read here --> http://www.newsday.com/sports/footba...lves-1.6301340Dunbar still has a poem among his possessions - the collection of verses given to him in 2004 by a former player while he served on the Bears' coaching staff.
"It basically starts off: 'The strength of the wolf is the pack, and the strength of the pack is the wolf,' " Dunbar said. "And I think Mo is our wolf. When we sit in that D-line room, we talk about not one of us is going to beat you, all six of us that dress on game day are going to beat you.
"We're going to be a bunch of crazy wolves, hyenas, whatever you want to call them. And we're going to search together. 'Cause we've got a saying: Together we eat."
I thought it was a good read. Love the camaraderie that this young group is already showing. They are very talented and very fun to watch and should only get better as a group and as individuals.
I don't really know if I like that nickname though. The Wolf Pack. Still, this group is legit.