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About Harlemnite1

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  1. David Shaw with Macc staying on as GM. Jimmie Johnson gets a group together to buy the Jets away from Woody.
  2. Thank you, I'm glad someone else feels that way. Rex wanted to be here too unlike Groh, Bellicheck, and Edwards. All Rex needed was a competent GM.
  3. Jets have gone BPA for the last 10 years and its gotten them nowhere. Its lazy scouting and only fits if you are picking at the back end of the draft every year. The Jets also have a problem taking high-end talent only from the defensive side of the ball. It made the roster lopsided and that is why you have Bowles kicking field goals down 38.0.
  4. Isn't that the same crap Hack went through at Penn State? Went fro success with O'Brien to total abject failure under Franklin. Maybe it will reverse this time after sucking in preseason, making a huge leap under Morton. Yeah right.
  5. I agree with that.
  6. Yeah it is amazing how some fans think. Sanchez got us deep into the playoff twice first 2 years. Namath didn't, Pennington didn't so that is a great reference point. Guess that blew up in your face.
  7. Well being that the Jets have tried that approach before with the same results how bout we try something different. If they are sitting on him with all this chaos then there must be some real concerns. If that is the case then we will never see Hack play for the Jets. He has to be pretty bad. I think the guy is psychologically damage and I don't think football is a immediate priority. He might need some therapy. Football players are there to play not be babysat. When those young kids stormed the beach at Normandy did the country have time to babysit them. No it was man up time and do your job. Its football a game played by children through high school and college. Ny advice to Macc from here on out is to not draft projects and get some players that are ready to play.
  8. Bout time they move to that. If you are drafting DL every year and running a 3-4 you are in the wrong defense alignment. A 4-3 will generate more pressure and now we will have to find a way to trade Lee because no way is he a 3-4 or 4-3 linebacker. There are safeties bigger than him.
  9. Well said. Macc mailed it in with this draft. I can see Lee being a Bowles pick but Hackenberg was all on Macc. He drove to Happy Valley to do a private workout with Hack. I don't know what he saw to make that pick but alot of team wanted nothing to do with this guy. Now the question what do you do going forward? I would draft another QB this year and make Hack either man up or the Jets move on from him in a year or 2. There are no viable QB in free agency and the jets need to draft a QB every year until they find one or two of them. That is the only way they can get out of the bad PR of taking Hack.
  10. That's not what you said. Your comment below: Fitz was benched, Geno was out, Petty was starting. Every player practices because you never know what might happen. Case in point with the Jets when they lost 2 QB's in one game. With your comment it makes Bowles even worst as a coach. You don't draft people to sit and baby sit them. So now we are drafting players to look at. This is football if he can't play get rid of him and get someone in here that can.
  11. Extremely flawed logic. Must have never played sports in your life. If you have 1 healthy QB and still not playing and definately NOT PRACTICING you stink. Capiche? The only reason you would not practice if you were healthy is if you were banned because of PED's or some other violation.
  12. They forgot the most important stat. Total shanks in a game/season. Quigley would win that by a landslide.
  13. This will change some things. Now what if Clemson WR Mike Williams is staring at the Jets in the 6 spot? We have so many needs it will take 3 offseasons to fix.
  14. Fourth string? We were down to 1 QB and he still couldn't see the field. If he is the future you think he would play at some point. But he didn't because he was that bad.