5:38 AM EDT, Wed October 22, 2014

Giacomini on Harvin-Tate fight: 'It wasn't like a big, huge boxing match'

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- What's the big deal about a fight between teammates? That, essentially, was the response Monday from right tackle Breno Giacomini, who witnessed the Percy Harvin-Golden Tate dust up at last year's Super Bowl. Giacomini, who played last season for the Seattle Seahawks, was surrounded by reporters after practice, everyone wanting to get his take on the New York Jets' newest player. Giacomini called Harvin "a good teammate" who plays with a feisty attitude.
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Breno Giacomini on Percy Harvin fighting Golden Tate before Super Bowl team picture: 'Who cares?'

Giacomini is reuniting with his former Seahawks teammate, Harvin.

Breno Giacomini: 10/17/14

Jets OL Breno Giacomini says they have to keep working and the ball will bounce their way.

Under the spotlight: Breno Giacomini and Antonio Allen

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Each week we will select two players on the New York Jets -- one on offense, one on defense -- who figure to play a key role in the upcoming game: OFFENSE: Breno Giacomini, right tackle -- The Denver Broncos attack with bookend pass rushers, Von Miller and DeMarcus Ware. They're not always in the same place, but Miller usually lines up over the right tackle -- a tough assignment for Giacomini. Miller (team-high 3.5 sacks) is one of the most prolific young pass rushers in league history.

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.

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