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    • The Yankees figured it out when George was put on time out. Do the Jets do the same or put Fredo's even more useless brother in charge? This is a turning point for the franchise.
    • Moving Revis to safety would be the nail in the coffin on the HC/GM being able to evaluate talent. He's been playing 10-15 yards off the line of scrimmage since week 17 of 2015, and he's terrible in space like that. He's not good at communicating with other secondary members in coverage, and cannot pick up on the routes and tight coverage the way he used to when he played man, on the line, when he basically ran routes for the WRs.
    • Say the jets take a safety given the importance of the position in today's NFL and the fact that there are 2 really good prospects projected to go top 10.    Who do you go for and why? Malik Hooker - S, Ohio State Hooker is a tall, rangy safety prospect with incredible instincts. He usually lines up as the high safety and he has an uncanny ability to anticipate throws, drive on the ball, and finish. He is ultra-fluid in his change of direction and has the ability to match up with tight ends in man coverage. He has the best ball skills of any safety I've ever evaluated in college. He is also a threat to score every time he touches the ball. Against the run, he is quick to key, read and fill the alley. He does have some fly-by missed tackles, but overall he's reliable in this area. Hooker has the potential to be one of the league's best safeties very early in his NFL career. Jamal Adams - S, LSU Adams has ideal size, versatility, and explosiveness for the position. He lines up as both the high safety and in the box. Against the pass, he is at his best roaming underneath or matching up in the slot. He can range and make plays from the deep middle, but he's more valuable closer to the line of scrimmage. He doesn't have a lot of ball production but he provides a physical presence and delivers huge hits on opposing pass-catchers. He is at his best in run support. He is quick to key and explode to the alley. With outstanding range against the run, he makes a lot of plays from the opposite hash. He is a dynamic athlete, and I've been told his intangibles are off the charts. He will be a tone-setter for an NFL defense, and he's ready to play right away.
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