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  1. I wouldn't label Hack as being elite in any category just yet...but he showed he's not in the bottom 5 either so that's an improvement
  2. Too early to give a complete grade, but imagine what he'd look like if he got a few snaps last season, especially when the Jets season was basically over? I give Bowles an F for that one.
  3. The Jets biggest concern this season? Sam darnold's draft eligibility...https://apple.news/AUOQjgLH3RdqiCpfssFkWPw
  4. Well, BM is out, and Shel needs to bring his A game this year. The fact is that if the Jets win one game this year, it's pretty clear the defense is going to have to do it. Can't wait for that franchise QB. Hopefully we can put some receivers around him. We could have gotten some this year, but Macc picked two safeties with our first and second picks, then passed on Elflein in the third to pick a scrub receiver. only the Jets
  5. The reality is that no QB is going to be good with the Jets offense this year, if you can even call it that. They have a shaky O-line, their starting RB is 33 years old and their receivers are inexperienced and so far have dropped more passes than they've caught. If Hack does start, you're going to see the same thing that happened with Geno. In his rookie season, he was forced to start from game 1, and the #1 receiver was David Nelson. And then people wondered why he ended up throwing a million INTs.
  6. The Jets just lost their starting LT to retirement on what was already a crappy O-line. Whoever plays QB for them this season, his goal should just be to make sure his head is still attached to his body after every game
  7. The Ghost of Revis Past?

    Never speak badly of Wesley Walker. When I was six years old I became a Jets fan because of him. His game-winning catch in the fourth quarter against the Raiders in the div. playoff game in 1982 was the greatest thing I had ever witnessed in my young life at the time
  8. The Ghost of Revis Past?

    I didn't bash Revis. He was a great CB, no doubt, I still think Aaron Glenn was better, that's all.
  9. The Ghost of Revis Past?

    http://www.espn.com/nfl/player/stats/_/id/558/aaron-glenn http://www.espn.com/nfl/player/stats/_/id/10458/darrelle-revis http://thejetpress.com/2016/09/08/new-york-jets-franchise-part-5/ This in addition to the fact that Glenn gave everything he had on every play, and never quit on a play or made half-ass tackle attempts.
  10. The Ghost of Revis Past?

    I knew I'd get flack for saying that. I said it because 1) I think it's true and 2) I seek attention
  11. The Ghost of Revis Past?

    In my opinion Aaron Glenn was just as good a corner as Revis and was a more well-rounded player, given that he could return kick offs.
  12. Clady Retired today.

    My five year old son. Macc's in negotiations with him now.
  13. So how is he going to last a full season with the Giants?
  14. I don't know what's more painful: thinking about this upcoming season or thinking about '98. We definitely would have beaten the Falcons had Victor Green not busted his coverage and allowed the Broncos to get back into the game in the second half of the AFCCG.
  15. The difference is that the Ravens are still going to make the playoffs