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  • Where you alive for Super Bowl III?
    Not even close.

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  1. Unless they feel he'd be an improvement when he gets back after 6 weeks, but I agree with you. Save the money now, he's not good anyway.
  2. I would say pass protection on the right side of the line more than anything else.
  3. I wonder if Mac can shake Anthony Davis loose from SF, only played in 7 games last year but before that was pretty consistent.
  4. Yeah I find myself most worried about the offensive line heading into the season than anything else, chemistry is a big aspect of an O-Line and Breno hasn't practiced once. RT is up in the air at this point.
  5. Agreed, but not much out there. Our best option might be to stay in house. Who would you pick for that RT spot?
  6. Jets right tackle Breno Giacomini, who has been on the physically unable to perform list since July, admitted Thursday that his lower back strain might keep him out for the beginning of the regular season. “I don’t know when I’ll be back. I’m probably like 80 percent speed right now. It’s not where I need to be, to be on the field,” Giacomini told reporters, including Darryl Slater of NJ.com. [RELATED: Karlos Williams Hopes To Sign With Jets] Starting the season on the PUP list – which will “probably” happen, according to Giacomini – would cause the 31-year-old to miss the Jets’ first six games. Like Giacomini, head coach Todd Bowles doesn’t seem optimistic about the 6-foot-7, 318-pounder’s status. “It’s getting close [to Week 1], and he’s not practicing yet, so we’ll see. Unless he’s practicing, he’s not better. He can’t practice,” said Bowles. As a result, Bowles acknowledged that the Jets “have talked about” adding outside help (via Connor Hughes of NJ.com). The problem, as Hughes notes, is the lack of intriguing options available. The rival Giants were making a push to acquire the 49ers’ Anthony Davis earlier this month, but San Francisco didn’t feel inclined to move him then and it’s unclear if that has changed in recent weeks. Will Beatty, a former Giant, and Jake Long represent the two most established free agents on the market. Beatty, who worked out for the Panthers last week, missed all of last season after tearing his pectoral. Long, the No. 1 pick in the 2008 draft, has appeared in just 11 games over the past two years. He partook in four contests with the Falcons last season, though he didn’t garner any starts and has since seen a deal with the Ravens fall through after declining to sign an injury waiver. If the Jets aren’t comfortable with Beatty, Long or any other free agents (Khalif Barnes and Jamon Meredith are a couple more possibilities), they could wait for a potentially more enticing tackle to hit waivers. Otherwise, either Ben Ijalana or Brent Qvale would fill in for Giacomini. Ijalana has seven appearances and zero starts on his resume. Qvale, meanwhile, suited up for all 16 of the Jets’ games in 2015, but the former undrafted free agent only made one start. Giacomini has started all 32 of the Jets’ contests at right tackle since 2014 and previously started in 33 of 41 appearances with the Seahawks.
  7. Premature move
  8. Amaro and Sudfeld looked very poor on the blocking front. And then people wonder why Kellen Davis is first on the depth chart. Amaro needs to become a better blocker and he will see the field more. He definitely has no problem getting open, and he seems improved with catching the football according to camp updates. Still a lot of time for him to move up the depth chart and be a difference maker come the regular season.
  9. #NoInjuries
  10. I feel like he does both fairly well. Not afraid to throw the ball to his back if his first option isn't there. Part of why I think Forte was a great pickup, also if Amaro can come on strong that would be another "safety valve" type player for him.
  11. Reads progressions well, goes through reads quickly, rarely gets sacked, not afraid to step up in the pocket, etc. Sure he doesn't have a strong arm but he knows the playbook inside out, gets the ball to the teams best playmakers and does a lot of the little things right.
  12. Khiry Robinson is definitely one for me, assuming good health
  13. The real MVP ^
  14. I've said this before but I've never rooted harder for a Jets QB before Fitz. I think his under dog story and certain limitations have something to do with it, but like you said the dude is just a likable guy. Leaves it all on the field, teammates love him, family guy, etc. I hope he can replicate his success last year (minus the last game), I'm not necessarily "expecting" him to, but I honestly think he can.
  15. Very Parcells-like.