Brian Winters' second season was a struggle very much like his rookie campaign. Early in the season Jets fans could have been forgiven for wondering why Oday Aboushi did not get a shot. Winters' injury thrust Aboushi into the starting lineup at left guard in the most unfortunate way. Looking at the numbers from Pro Football Focus, though, it does not seem like Aboushi has provided much of an upgrade.
In 217 pass blocking snaps, Winters allowed 1 sack, 3 hits, and 16 hurries. That makes 20 out of 217 pass blocking snaps where he was responsible for a disruption, a rate of 9.2%.
In 164 pass blocking snaps, Aboushi has allowed 1 sack 2 hits, and 11 hurries. That makes 14 out of 164 pass blocking snaps where he was responsible for a disruption, a rate of 8.5%.
Neither number is good.
In PFF's pass blocking efficiency stat among guards who have played 25% of their teams' snaps, Aboushi rates 76th of 78. Winters rates 78 out of 78.
You can probably add left guard to the list of needs the Jets have.