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  1. Costello: The Job is McCown's

    As long as it's Hackenberg delivering the noxious farts at a machine-gun pace, I'll be OK with that!
  2. Quincy enunwa out for season with neck injury

    Now i want to see Hackenberg rise up and make a few stars out of this receiving corps more than ever. The sign of a truly great player is the ability to elevate the play of the players around him. This organization is GUTLESS if they don't give him a shot from day 1.
  3. Costello: The Job is McCown's

    Unless Hackenberg tragically becomes a double amputee before the season starts, there is no justifiable reason for McCown to be the starting QB over him. For those that say Hackenberg has to "earn' it, I say, why? What did McCown do to earn it except go 2-20 over the last three years? The young "prospect" should get the nod over the veteran journeyman every day of the week, especially on a rebuilding team.
  4. I think the Rams made a terrible pick, and starting a QB day one might not be the best way to develop a QB, but the success rate of the strategy over the last few years has been good enough the the trend will continue in the NFL IMO.
  5. Costello: The Job is McCown's

    Except this does NOT happen in the modern NFL. QB's come in to the league ready to play, regardless of the college system they ran, or they don't. There's usually no in between, and they usually get the chance year ONE to make their case.
  6. If the Jets draft a QB with a top 3 pick in 2018, you can bet your bottom dollar that he will be the day one starter.
  7. If Mac has written off Hackenberg, then he was truly negligent in his duties to the organization by not trying to upgrade the most important position on the field via the draft. Surely just about ANYONE he drafted at QB would be closer to starting NFL games over Hackenberg, but instead we sign one of the worst QB's in the league over the last few years. Doesn't sound like a winning strategy to me.
  8. Costello: The Job is McCown's

    They did try to develop Hack by red shirting him during year one. One full season, 2 training camps, and 2 preseasons isn't enough development time? The modern day NFL QB comes into the league ready to play, or not. Very few, if any, QB's are developed. Hackenberg, ready or not, should be the day one starter on a team going nowhere this year. Letting him experience the speed and pace of the NFL game in real time will be the best teacher for him, not sitting on the bench for another year. If he's up to the task, fantastic. If not, let Petty do some mop up work the rest of the season. That would be MY development plan.
  9. If McCown opens the season as the starter, sadly, what other conclusion can we come to here? If Hack cant beat out McCown, a QB so bad that he would probably be out of football if the Jets didn't sign him, then Mac has to be judged for not only making a horrific 2nd round pick, but also for failing to draft a QB in this year's draft. He compound a terrible mistake with another terrible mistake and isn't being held accountable for either. I want my next job to be GM of the Jets, because performance clearly isn't the deciding factor on job security.
  10. Jets Camp 8-4

    Based on these few practices, it looks like Hackenberg is still not close to being ready, but I will reserve judgement until I see real game action. If this guy can't beat out McCown for the starting spot, my disdain for Mac will be at maximum threshold levels.
  11. "Made the right move" according to YOU. When your team has a massive hole at the most important position on the field, and you don't address the need at all in the draft, it is quite fair to second guess the strategy. "Waiting for next year" to fill need X is a risky game to play. I hope it works out for Mac and the Jets, but if it doesn't, Mac will pay for it with his job. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. The Jets desperately needed a QB and they didn't draft one. If any of the top QB's in the 2017 class turn out to be franchise QB's, Mac will be second guessed until the end of time, no matter how good Jamal Adams is.
  13. Everything that can possibly happen in 2017 to ensure that the Jets will win more games than they should will happen.
  14. Yes, the offense is young and inexperienced, so having a revolving door at QB might not be the best scenario for them. Why have them get used to McCown for a few weeks and then have them start over with Hackenberg a few weeks later? Let Hack start and let the whole offense gel as one unit, and hope they can keep it together for the whole year. I think that would be the best approach. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. It does matter. If he's not "ready" for game 1, what do you think he can possibly learn in the small window of time between week 1 and whenever he does get to start? He's had one full year on the bench plus two training camps and preseasons. He's either ready to start or he isn't. This notion that having him sit on the bench for a few more weeks will somehow be beneficial to him is silly IMO. Throw him out there week 1 and let's see what we have. Experience is the best teacher. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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