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32EBoozer last won the day on September 4 2016

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  1. Darron Lee is 23

    This usually happens after these players leave the Jets/Mets/Knicks and blossom with other teams!!!! Seeing Justin Turner go "Beast Mode" on the Dodgers pisses me off to no end!
  2. Fixed. I don't see AP being a good fit. Not elusive enough (ie. Davis Johnson) anymore
  3. WTF Happened to Nick Folk?

    Gostkowski will be in the HOF one day. Top kicker in the league every year.
  4. Is Macc setting up for FA QB?

    I like Cousins.... he's tough as nails and plays with a chip on his shoulder. I'm tired of "grooming".... let's get a real QB capable of putting a team on his back, build a team around him with weapons and let's make a run!! Groom a QB for when the Cousins era is over.
  5. Game Observations (JAX)

    If Petty steps up this year and shows something, MacDaddy might actually go with probably the best offensive player in the draft. Kid is a marvel! He is an Elliott type player. I'm all for finding a Kareem Hunt in the 3rd, but Barkly is special.
  6. Game Observations (JAX)

    Since we will probably drafting at 6-8 take the PSU running back Barkley. He'll be our "Zeke" and hope Petty/ Hack can be the answer.
  7. NFL may scrap moves to LA

    The even bigger problem is that the ever increasing population from the south prefer Futbol over Football!!! San Diego > LA when it comes to American Football fans.
  8. Gruden only comes if we have the #1 pick and can choose his QB. The $80 mil in cap space will only help grease the wheels for his 5 yr/ $30 mil contract. I wonder who Gruden likes best from the 4 top rated QB's that are looking to declare for the draft? Bring it!!!
  9. Woody goes on Shark Tank! Mr . Wonderful buys the Jets!!
  10. What say you C Mart? You on board with letting the youngsters play and go 1-15 or bringing in some vets and let McCown try and get us to 4-12?
  11. Aren't we trying to "TANK" ?
  12. The deal gives Cleveland 13 picks in next April's draft, including multiple selections in the first, second, fourth, fifth and sixth rounds. Maybe they should bring in Idzik to handle their 13 picks. He can't do any worse than the 12 he blew for us!!
  13. Seems like they are gathering assets to get their QB of the future. Watch out Jets! Browns trade former first-rounder Cam Erving to Chiefs for pick 3:32 PM ET Pat McManamonESPN Staff Writer Facebook Twitter Facebook Messenger Pinterest Email print comment The Cleveland Browns continued their roster overhaul Wednesday when they traded offensive lineman Cam Erving, a former first-round draft pick, to the Kansas City Chiefs for a fifth-round selection in 2018. The deal gives Cleveland 13 picks in next April's draft, including multiple selections in the first, second, fourth, fifth and sixth rounds. In acquiring Erving, the Chiefs picked up a former high draft pick for the second time this week. They also traded with Buffalo for linebacker Reggie Ragland, the Bills' second-round pick in 2016. Erving, the 19th overall selection in 2015, was the second first-round pick the Browns parted ways with on Wednesday. The team released cornerback Joe Haden earlier in the day. Cam Erving joins a long list of Browns players picked in the first round from 2007-15 who are no longer with the franchise. Winslow Townson/AP Images for Panini From 2007 through 2016 the Browns took 13 players in the first round of the draft. Three are still with the team: receiver Corey Coleman ('16), defensive tackle Danny Shelton ('12) and offensive tackle Joe Thomas ('07). Gone are quarterback Brady Quinn ('07), center Alex Mack ('09), Haden ('10), defensive tackle Phil Taylor ('11), running back Trent Richardson ('12), quarterback Brandon Weeden ('12), linebacker Barkevious Mingo ('13), cornerback Justin Gilbert ('14), quarterback Johnny Manziel ('14) and Erving. EDITOR'S PICKS Source: Steelers favorite to land CB Haden The Steelers have emerged as a favorite to sign cornerback Joe Haden, who was released by the Browns on Wednesday morning, a source told ESPN. The Chiefs are set in their starting lineup at both tackle positions, right guard and center for the foreseeable future, with all four players being signed at least through 2018. The only opening for Erving in the starting lineup would possibly be at left guard; last year's starter, Parker Ehinger, has yet to play in the preseason after tearing his ACL last year. The Chiefs can use Erving's versatility; they are short on experienced backups.
  14. 2017 Mets thread!

    Dom Smith is a "gap" hitter similar to Olerud. His swing allows him to be a superior contact hitter. I'd rather have him than a Duda or Bruce who hit .250 with 30 hr's but strike out 150x/yr. Smith is striking out at a 15% clip with an OBP over .400. I can settle for 15 - 20 HR when the guy is also crushing 30 - 40 doubles with exceptional defense and OBP. http://metsmerizedonline.com/2017/08/dominic-smith-named-pcl-player-of-the-month.html/ The accolades keep coming for the Mets first base prospect Dominic Smith as he’s been named the Pacific Coast League Player of the Month for July. His .385 average led the PCL for the month, his eight homers ranked fourth and his 28 runs scored led the league as well. Smith was also named Player of the Month in June of 2015 by the Florida State League. Original Post – 8/4, 1 PM Las Vegas 51s first baseman Dominic Smith was named to Baseball America‘s All Prospect Team for the Month of July. This is just the latest accolade Smith has received this month with him twice being named an MLB Pipeline Player of the Week, and his being named MMN‘s Position Player of the Month. In July, Smith hit .385/.437/.725 with 13 doubles, eight homers, and 26 RBI. The eight homers in a month is a career best for him. The slugging percentage was also a career high, which was due in large part to Smith collecting an extra base hit in 16 of the 26 games he played. The power surge was not accompanied by an all or nothing approach at the plate. Smith would reach base in 24 of the 26 games he played that month. He also struck out in only 15.6% of his plate appearances over the month. In total, Smith was not only hitting everything he saw, he was driving it somewhere. The results were astounding. This surge is similar to the power surge Smith had last season. At that time, he sent career highs in homers, RBI, and slugging percentage. On the season, Smith is hitting .337/.394/.533 with 33 doubles, two triples, 16 homers, and 73 RBI. He has tied his career bests in doubles and triples, and he has set new personal records for homers and extra-base hits. In total, Smith has done all he needs to do to prove the Mets should call him up to the major leagues. With Lucas Duda wearing a Tampa Bay Rays uniform that time should come sooner rather than later.