ESPN analysts Herm Edwards and Mark Schlereth recently discussed the New York Jets' training camp for "NFL Live."
The Jets open Monday at SUNY Cortland.
Edwards, the former Jets head coach, said they must ways to score more than 12 passing touchdowns and learn to come from behind. Edwards also wondered whether cornerback Antonio Cromartie
will be able to handle the pressure of being targeted by opposing offenses.
Schlereth's chief concern was maintaining a ground attack with rookie Vladimir Ducasse
replacing Pro Bowl guard Alan Faneca