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CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The Jets aren’t expected to play any starters during their second preseason game against the Panthers on Saturday. That also was the case in last week’s Hall of Fame Game against the Browns.

With the starters watching from the sidelines, here are four players to watch:

Tippmann could not have had a much better game in his NFL debut. According to Pro Football Focus, Tippmann recorded an 82.9 pass-blocking grade with zero pressures allowed in 21 passing snaps.

The Jets selected Tippmann to be their center of the future, but he’s already ahead of schedule. Connor McGovern will still be the Jets starting center once the season begins. However, if Tippmann continues to play well, the Jets must find a way to get him onto the field considering their offensive line issues.

McDonald only recorded two tackles against the Browns during the Hall of Fame Game, but his speed and pass-rushing skills stood out.

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Not only was McDonald showing his ability to bend and separate from offensive linemen at the line of scrimmage, but he also caused chaos in the Browns’ backfield a few times.

The Jets want to bring McDonald along slowly, much like they did with Jermaine Johnson, who they also selected in the first round. But with his raw ability, Saturday will be another opportunity for McDonald to show that he deserves more playing time.

While Jason Brownlee turned heads early throughout training camp, Taylor has made a number of speculator plays recently.

During the Hall of Fame Game, it was Taylor who caught the 57-yard pass from Zach Wilson that helped set up the Jets’ first three points of the game. Then during Thursday’s practice, Taylor caught a perfect sideline pass from Aaron Rodgers.

If the Jets keep six receivers, it seems like Taylor is slightly ahead in that race. But with three preseason games left, Taylor will have the opportunity to show that he deserves to make the 53-man roster.

Abanikanda led the Jets in rushing against the Browns as he recorded 27 yards on nine carries, including a 10-yard touchdown run. With carries to be had, especially with the uncertainty of Breece Hall as he has yet to practice with the team (Physically Unable to Perform list), Saturday will be another opportunity for the former Pitt star to show he deserves to be in the running back rotation.

During the first few weeks of training camp, Abanikanda had a few miscues, including some drops and a fumble. However, he has put that behind him, as the New York City native turned in a few noteworthy practices recently.