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  1. Game Observations (NE)

    2 of those were on our 38 year old QB. You can't blame the coaching staff for that.
  2. Scouting the qbs for next year thread

    reminds me of Geno's numbers his last year at WVU.
  3. Darnold, Allen, Rosen

    I still think the Jets pick somewhere between 6-10 when the season ends and they trade up into one of the first 2 picks.
  4. Darnold, Allen, Rosen

    That's a fair assessment.
  5. Darnold, Allen, Rosen

    I dunno P, I know you and others are high on Falk, but I view him as an Alex Smith type without the mobility. If you surround Falk with very good players, he won't lose the game for you, but I can't see him beating a good defense at the NFL level. It's not just the lack of arm strength, his processing is slow at times.
  6. Another QB Rises: Ryan Finley

    Nice find KRL. I'm not quite there yet, but this kid may be QB #3 when all is said and done (behind Rosen and Darnold).
  7. Maccagnan hasn't had any star FA QBs that have hit the market since he has been the Jets GM, so you can't criticize him for not making the attempt. Had he signed Osweiller or Glennon for big money, we would be flying planes and asking for Maccagnan to be fired. In the 2015 draft, we have no idea if he tried to trade up for Winston or Mariotta. The Jets were picking at 6 and were close enough to the top of the draft to trade into the first 2 spots. It would have taken major balls for a brand new GM, a couple of months in his first gig, to trade up. I also doubt the Bucs or Titans were going to pass on the QBs available. Accordingly, I can't kill Maccagnan for not getting an elite QB prospect here. In the 2016 draft, we were too far down in the first round to have a realistic shot at Goff or Wentz. I was hoping the Jets would pick Lynch at 18 and thank god they didn't as Lynch looks like a bust so far (although this could change). You can realistically kill Maccagnan for selecting Hack in the 2nd and that pick seems to be panning out the way I expected. I guess you can criticize Macc for not selecting Dak Prescott, but you could say the same for 31 other GMs in the league. In the 2017 draft, when the Jets were on the clock, I wanted either Watson or Adams. Adams looks like he is going to pan out, but so does Watson. QB is a lot more important than safety, so this is a miss by Macc (especially if they passed on Watson due to some misplaced faith in Hackenberg). Time will tell, but this looks like its going to bite the Jets in the ass. 2018 looks like its going to be the year that Macc makes a strong play for a QB, but the Jets are going to need luck. It looks like the Browns are going to be picking number 1 and I have to assume they are going QB. They may trade down to accumulate more picks (they have been doing just that for the last several years), but I can't imagine they are going to pass on Darnold or Rosen. Where the Jets are going to need luck is in having both Darnold and Rosen declare. Then, the Jets have to hope that either the Bears (they aren't going to pick another QB) or 49ers (assuming they sign Cousins) pick second and that the Jets can out bid other teams and trade up.
  8. Another QB Rises: Ryan Finley

    I still like Mason Rudolph, but I don't want to derail this thread. Ryan Lindsay is definitely a sleeper. Checks off all the boxes except for having a relatively small body of work. If he keeps going, he could work himself into the conversation.
  9. My 5 year old met McCown at training camp this year and he was a really nice guy to my son. I've been unable to root against him since then.
  10. 2017 New York Yankees Thread

    I'm nervous that going with Chapman for 5 outs is going to bite us in the ass tonight when he isn't available (or available at less than 100%).
  11. I'm starting to warm up to the idea of Lamar Jackson if we can't select Rosen or Darnold. I honestly think Jackson has the best arm of the 3. He has also been staying in the pocket more this season.
  12. Just got back from Laramie

    Having a high completion percentage in college doesn't guarantee that you are going to be an accurate passer. However, I have almost never seen a case where a passer with a low completion percentage would be considered an accurate passer. Can't Josh Allen just transfer to another school and play as a 5th year senior? I'd imagine an SEC school like LSU would be interested.
  13. Is Macc setting up for FA QB?

    I'd be ok with Arden Key and Kony Ealy coming off the edge.
  14. Scouting the qbs for next year thread

    I didn't get to watch Rosen last night. I watched the USC game and it was not one of Darnold's best games. Cal's defense was much better than I expected and they had him under duress most of the game.
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