Ken Shroy

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  1. Sure he will. For about 1 game and then he will slip on a Gatorade bottle coming out to practice and be done for the year.
  2. And they wonder why people are dumping ESPN and Disney is losing money.
  3. Seems like a very good strategy to me. But I'm not a whiner like some of the others on here.
  4. Rushing him? LMAO He sat for a year!
  5. This kid is 22 years old, unreal. Mac hit a home run with that pick. Thank Goodness.
  6. I think the Judge in Massachusetts considered the possibility that Aaron meant well.
  7. This is another so called expert doing Monday Morning QB'ing on drafting. The article is filled with, If this guy turns out to be this.... Oh sure. If Kizer turns into something then all the experts missed it. But the chances are slim for any of these guys and I for one didn't want to waste another 1st rounder rolling the dice on if's. I like our chances next year for a QB. I disagree with some saying the cupboard will be bare next year for our WR's. That is presuming we just drafted all duds. I don't think so, but I'm willing to wait for at least TC to find out.
  8. Was that a Shane mock? Would that be called a mockery? lol
  9. The Jets think they’re suddenly stacked at wide receiver By Brian Costello Robby Anderson, ArDarius Stewart and Chad Hansen It already is clear in May one of the best competitions in Jets training camp this season will be at wide receiver. The team has loaded up on young receivers in the past two years, and they will be battling for roster spots and starting jobs this summer. Quincy Enunwa and maybe Robby Anderson look like the only receivers whose spots are secure. Veteran Eric Decker is returning from hip and shoulder surgeries, and there is a question of whether he fits this Jets team, which is going with a youth movement. Second-year players Anderson, Charone Peake and Jalin Marshall now will be pushed by draft picks ArDarius Stewart, taken in the third round, and Chad Hansen, a fourth-rounder.“It’s going to be major competition because they’re all young as well,” coach Todd Bowles said. “With the exception of [Decker] and [Enunwa] having been here, they’re all young and they’re coming in and everybody’s learning a new system. They’re all getting it at the same time. Nobody’s a year behind or those type of things. They’re talented, but obviously experience and play time will get them better. I’m excited to see that.” It was a surprise last season when Anderson, Marshall and Peake all made the team. Now, they will be trying to hold off Stewart and Hansen. The Jets believe Stewart can play both outside and inside in the slot. At Alabama, he did what he could in a limited passing offense that had a freshman quarterback in 2016. He had 54 catches for 864 yards and eight touchdowns. He also ran the ball eight times for 68 yards and threw a pass in the national championship game. Stewart was a first-team All-SEC choice even though he missed two games with an injury and a third when he was suspended for “violating behavior rules.” During the Jets’ rookie minicamp Friday and Saturday, Stewart showed good hands and good route running. “He plays fast, that’s what you want,” Bowles said. “It’s just a matter of getting him to learn the system.” Stewart said Lane Kiffin’s offense at Alabama had some similarities to new Jets offensive coordinator John Morton’s offense, which is helping him pick it up. “Whatever they put in front of me, I’m trying to do the best I can as quick as I can to the coach’s standards,” Stewart said. “It’s not up to me what we run. I’m just here to play.” Stewart said he brings a physicality to how he plays. “I’m just one of the most physical guys,” he said. “I feel like I’ve been like that since Little League. I bring that to the table. I can take the top off the defense. I can do a lot of things to help this team.” Hansen was a player some draft experts thought would be taken as high as the second round but fell to the Jets in the fourth. “He’s a good player,” Bowles said. “He makes a lot of clutch catches. He can run. He brought a lot of value to our team sitting there. When you watch him play, he goes up to get the ball. He has great speed. He has good hands. He’s a good route runner. When he gets a little bit of strength on him and he gets in the program, he’ll be able to compete with those other guys. But we love him as a football player.” Hansen, who played his college football at California, said he believes he could be a deep option for the Jets. “I have a lot of confidence in my speed and my deep-threat ability,” Hansen said. “I think that can help with this offense and have that deep threat which can open up shorter routes and the run game and all that stuff. 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  10. If Hack shows some grasp of whats going on and improvement from week to week, you have to put him out there.
  11. It should be, but for some, whining is easier.
  12. Totally agree. I don't give a sh*t if Hack was picked number 1 in the draft. If he looks like crap in the pre season, he sits and he is most likely a bust. If he wants to start, show me something.
  13. I LIKE it.
  14. Who said anything about winning? We are just trying to survive and MAYBE groom a QB.
  15. You have hurt me deeply.