8:26 PM EDT, Tue September 23, 2014

The Film Don't Lie: Jets

A weekly look at what the New York Jets must fix: You don't have to be a Bill Walsh disciple to figure out the problem -- a glaring lack of production in the red zone. In Monday night's 27-19 loss to the Chicago Bears, the Jets managed only one touchdown on six drives inside the opponents' 20-yard line. As right tackle Breno Giacomini correctly stated, "That's terrible." If you're into silver linings, you can say six red zone trips is a positive.

Playing-time breakdown: Week 3

A review of the snap counts from the New York Jets' 27-19 loss to the Chicago Bears: OFFENSE (74 snaps) Quarterback -- Geno Smith 74, Michael Vick 1. Running back -- Chris Johnson 27, Chris Ivory 26, Bilal Powell 17, Tommy Bohanon 13. Wide receiver -- David Nelson 74, Jeremy Kerley 65, Greg Salas 31, Eric Decker 12, Jalen Saunders 6, Saalim Hakim 3. Tight end -- Jeff Cumberland 65, Jace Amaro 23, Zach Sudfeld 6. Offensive line -- D'Brickashaw Ferguson 74, Brian Winters 74, Nick Mangold 74, Willie Colon 74, Breno Giacomini 74.

Giacomini: Like Lynch, Ivory runs 'angry'

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- When he played for the Seattle Seahawks, Breno Giacomini blocked for arguably the best power back in the NFL, Marshawn Lynch. Now he's on the East Coast, opening holes for a Marshawn-line runner in Chris Ivory. Giacomini sees similarities. "(Ivory) hits the hole hard, he's not afraid to hit anybody," the New York Jets' right tackle said. "Marshawn is built a little bit different, but he runs angry, too. That's a good way to put it: They both run angry.
Newark Star-Ledger Sep 8, 2014

Jets' offensive line pairing of Breno Giacomini, Willie Colon was 'a little slow' in opener vs. Raiders

It's going to take some time to develop a rapport, says Giacomini.
Gang Green Nation Sep 8, 2014
Flag On The Play: New York Jets Struggle With Penalties

Flag On The Play: New York Jets Struggle With Penalties

The Jets will need to ensure they're not giving the Packers free yardage next week, as we look at the culprits this week. In total the Jets were flagged 11 times for 105 yards (with two 10 yard penalties declined). Against the Raiders that is manageable but if you play sloppy football like that against teams like the Packers, it won't be quite as easy to over come. So I've decided to name and shame those who cost us important yardage and tally them throughout the season. So without further delay, here is the table of shame after week one of the NFL season. 68 - Breno Giacomini - False...

Breno Giacomini Photos

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