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  1. i may be overthinking it but i think this means the jets think Hack can play. If they didnt theyd sign someone like Cutler instead of Mccown.
  2. This site has been a great home for us JI refugees....no reason to go back. The issue (for me) with the guy is trust. He blatantly said it was too much money to pass up, who is to say he won't do it again a year from now? Just don't trust him. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Can we please for the love of god...just once...pick an actual blue chip, best in class offensive player? not counting sanchez who was over drafted, the last guy we picked was Santana Moss (with Lamont Jordan in the second the same year).
  4. http://www.sports-reference.com/cfb/players/brett-favre-1.html
  5. Kiper... Quarterback Deshaun Watson National title game stats: 36-of-56 passing for 420 yards, 43 rushing yards, four total TDs (three passing) Watson had an up-and-down season, and I thought he took a step back in decision-making from his stellar sophomore season. His 17 interceptions -- and 30 over the past two seasons -- are worrisome. He has shown that he can make every throw that an NFL quarterback needs to make, but his lapses in decision-making hurt Clemson in the middle of the season. He didn't play like a first-round pick. He was much, much better down the stretch of the season, including on Monday night, but scouts aren't going to overreact to one game, good or bad. They'll take his entire tape into account. Watson has decent size (6-foot-2, 210 pounds), and he's a battler -- he took some shots against the Tide and just kept getting up. His running skills get him into trouble at times because he wants to leave the pocket and take off, so he'll have to keep developing his pocket presence. What's going to be important for Watson is how he looks against the other quarterback prospects in this draft. He has an invitation to the Senior Bowl (he's eligible because he already has his degree) and should work out at the combine. Watson is my No. 3-ranked quarterback right now, and certainly has a chance to move up from this projection, because several teams have needs at QB and much can change during the draft process. Where Watson projects in the draft: Day 2 pick.
  6. Enunwa makes it somewhat of a discussion but all in all a sh*t draft Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. i will say one more thing....if they go into next year with the same develop him attitude all bets are off. He has to play next year in some capacity, maybe backup with major preseason reps, maybe starter....whatever...next year is the year for him to show something.
  8. these are important things to know...
  9. yeah not losing any sleep for someone with his resume....
  10. I don't agree. I do not think they saw any benefit to putting him out there with an OL full of third stringers and a bunch of veterans going through the motions. thats what you call high risk low reward.
  11. If hack never becomes a start worthy NFL QB, even a high level backup...Mac should get fired. When you go against the grain, you better be the smartest guy in the room.
  12. Chan doesnt seem like he is full of this...prob the QB coach. Jets OC: “The sky’s the limit” for Christian Hackenberg Posted by Darin Gantt on December 2, 2016, 8:25 AM EST Getty Images As the Jets have floundered about at quarterback this season, the guy they spent a second-round pick on hasn’t been a factor at all. But Jets offensive coordinator Chan Gailey objected to classifying rookie quarterback Christian Hackenberg as a “mystery,” and offered what amounts to the most vigorous defense to date of a guy who has become an afterthought behind Ryan Fitzpatrick and Bryce Petty. “I don’t like that word,” Gailey said, via Daniel Popper of the New York Daily News. “I think he’s a developmental player at this point. There’s a lot of talent there. The sky’s the limit.” The Jets are as curious about his potential as anyone, but since he’s third on the depth chart, he gets so few reps in practice that they can’t accurately measure his progress. “He gets scout team reps and that’s what he gets,” Gailey said. “He gets the pre-practice individual throws. He’s learning every day about when to throw the ball, how to throw the ball. Up here it’s different than it is in college. He’s learning a great deal. “To me, he’s gotten better every week. He understands the game better. He understands the defenses better. He understands protections better. That’s all a part of the growth process.” And the Jets seem content to wait to see the growth at another time, rather than rolling him out in a lost season.
  13. the biggest thing against Hack seems to be that he was drafted in the second round. something he had no control over and something that was probably dictated by the jets and other teams draft boards. really kind of unfair to the kid...then again everyone on this board will be licking his balls if he actually becomes an NFL QB.