Stonehands

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  1. You suggest drafting a QB and giving them two years before reloading. We have drafted QB's the last two years that we still don't know about. How about this being the year we take a pass and assess the guys we have and then possibly draft one next year when there is more talent?
  2. You suggest drafting a QB and giving them two years before reloading. We have drafted QB's the last two years that we still don't know about. How about this being the year we take a pass and assess the guys we have and then possibly draft one next year when there is more talent?
  3. Every positive you can provide for Mahomes was also there for Petty coming out except Petty had better mechanics and look how that has turned out thus far. The fact is both guys come from gimmic systems and have a long transition into the NFL game.
  4. Because of his level of competition, the combine and his pro day will be very important for Corey Davis and likely determine how high he goes.
  5. I hope we have learned that there is a limit to the amount of reps and attention you can give to developmental QB's when you carry multiple guys in need of work and will refrain from drafting one this year.
  6. Lazy press, Bears former QB coach = Cutler to the Jets. How long before they report Tyrod Taylor to the Jets from the Vrable hiring?
  7. Mahomes will get the GM that drafts him high fired. Mark my words.
  8. The other question would be, if there is, are we at a point where we should be taking them instead of dedicating the resources, practice time and effort to further develop the QB prospects we already have on the roster. Every late round QB we take is another special teams guy or developmental offensive or defensive player that gets drafted by someone else.
  9. I am going to project Glennon's contract at 4 years $50 million...let's see how close I get. We still in at that level?
  10. Has anyone noticed the size of this guy's head? He makes Beattlejuice look like the Great Gazoo.
  11. Check my id, I live in the Tampa area. I watched as many Bucs games as the guy you quoted in the beginning. Believe me, I want nothing more than to turn over a rock and find the next great QB for the Jets....Glennon has a very low probability of being that guy and you are going to have to pay him big boy money to find out if I am wrong or not.
  12. He was just off back to back pro bowl seasons and had 1,000 + yards receiving in both seasons Glennon played.....not too shabby for the number 2 receiver on a team.
  13. First of all, you have taken a few examples, but lets use those. If you are being objective, having a 6' 5" all world receiver adjusting to those passes is much different than having a normal receiver. Those are all big plays that are in his stat line that would not happen without a receiver like the ones shown.
  14. Glennon's early results were a result of having Mike Evans and Vincent Jackson to throw to. He threw a lot of 50-50 balls into traffic and came away with some great catches. He is still a very unknown quantity and is probably going to get paid like a starting player. I don't think that is where we need to be spending money. We should be developing the guys we have already and adding a known quantity veteran to the mix.
  15. Bowles is going to have a much stronger rolodex of potential assistants for his next employer.