D'brickashaw Ferguson


Jets: D’Brickashaw Ferguson can teach us a lot about Mekhi Becton

D’Brickashaw Ferguson’s career arc can teach us a lot. Having excellent pieces at premium positions is the foundation of a rebuild. Mekhi Becton is one of these pieces. Not unlike the New York Jets’ current draft situation, the Jets had an extra first-round pick after trading a star player. The Jets used that pick to select the top center in the draft, Nick Mangold.
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Mekhi Becton needs to be these Jets’ D’Brickashaw Ferguson

Joe Douglas drafted Mekhi Becton to be the biggest brick of the foundation, a Mountain Man Monstrous bodyguard who would be standing between his young quarterback and the predators with bad intentions for the next decade if the Jets were lucky for a change. The way they were lucky once...

Keegan-Michael Key cites D’Brickashaw Ferguson as inspiration for East/West Bowl sketch

Everyone has their own favorite. Hingle McCringleberry. L’Carpetron Dookmarriot. D’Isiah T. Billings-Clyde. Jackmerius Tacktheritrix. All classics. Fans of the comedy series Key & Peele, which aired for five seasons on Comedy Central, are all too familiar with these names. For those who haven’t seen the sketch I’m referring to, the premise is simple. Keegan-Michael Key and co-star Jordan Peele spend the better part of three minutes batting around increasingly absurd names (Shakiraquan T.G.I.F. Carter and The Player Formerly Known as Mousecop among them) of fictional college football players competing in an All-Star event called the East/West Bowl.