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  1. Sorry guys Watson was the pick at 6. Like the man said he has intangibles that are not apparent at first. All he did at Clemson was win. You can't teach that,and all the goods ones have it. I am happy with Adams and think he will be a great player for us. Yet, we didn't need to take another D player with the first pick AGAIN. You can take it to the bank McCown will have his best year as a pro and we will win just enough games to not have a shot at any of the young guns coming out next year. Typically J.E.T.S !!!!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Friday huh,this is the first time in almost fifty years I am totally apathetic about the start of camp. It's like all the hope has been drain out of me over these last few seasons. I hope 🤞 these young kids can restore some of the fun back into watching my beloved Jets. I am however excited [emoji4] to see what my Canes are going to do this year. After this miserable Mets and Knicks season a team with a little Spirit would be a welcome change. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Petty Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Definitely, outstanding man and a class act all the way Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Definitely, outstanding man and a class act all the way Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. I still think that Chad would make an outstanding QB coach and then a very good OC and who knows maybe eventually a fine HC as well. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. F**k'um I would take that one year in a heartbeat. As far a Chad was concerned, my point was, his brain was that of a top franchise QB but his body wasn't equal to the task. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Okay, so your another old timer, so you know how this goes. Your heart has been broken enough already. I would just add that when it comes to QB's the coaches know early on if they have got a good one. The one example I would give you is a 6 round pick who has been kicking our asses for years. Cheating Belicheat knew right away that Brady was going to be a good one. An the hit we put on Bledsoe made his decisions and easy one. I could mention others like Rogers, Marino, hell even Pennington if he were physically stronger, but you get my point. Outstanding QB's show early and generally there is very little negative feedback to be had. I just don't see this with either Hack or Petty, I would certainly be more then happy to be dead wrong and be the first to admit it. Yet my friend, at 62 my time is growing short and I have many more seasons behind me then I do in front. I really would like to see a winning franchise before I go to that long sleep. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Just curious, how long have you followed the Jets ? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. I think Collin has gotten a bad reputation due to his stand against injustice and the way he chose to express it. Yet, from a football stand point, he is by far ,the more superior QB then any presently employed by the Jets. This notion of developing the young guys is quite contrary to the fan base wishes to tank and bring another rookie next year anyway. Seems both Hack and Petty are not long term answers the way things are playing out. So bring in McCown to mentor them is a joke, considering he has already said he has every intention of being the starter. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. As a 50 year fan of this franchise and of the game itself, the Hack pick looked like a big reach. An in spite of all the fans who insist that he must get a chance , franchise QB's step up and take the opportunity. From all the reports we keep hearing he continues to struggle with the pro game. This after one full year in the system, sorry everyone, but the cream of the crop have always grab the bull by the horns and forced there coaches to play them. Not because of where there picked,because there play leaves no doubt about there ability. This is neither the case with either of our young QB's. which is why you have a Josh McCown now on the team. All the time in the world is not going to make a difference if it's not there in the first place. I hope I am dead wrong and more then willing to eat a month worth of crow, yet my 50 years tells me our franchise QB is still not on this team. In closing I also have to ask the question, with a young experienced arm like Kappernick still available,why the hell would you bring in McCown? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Just a thought, "Caucasian sensation" Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. We're number 1!!!!!!!

    If you have been a Jets fan for more then 30 years then you have to know, It's not vomit, it's a fair prediction of the future. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Gary Myers on board for the Tank

    Seriously, any long living Jets fans knows just what is going to happen. We will win just enough games to eliminate us from any possibly of getting any of the possible franchise QB's. Instead we end up drafting some tremendous athlete,Who wow's everyone at the combine with his physical skills. He becomes a Jet and turns out to be an awful football player. Within two years he's back driving a truck to make a living Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Who knows, maybe our secondary suddenly becomes a force to be reckoned with. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk