Enough with blaming the dropped passes for the offense. Infuriating as each drop is, the receivers have also saved bad passes. Detroit has dropped how many passes so far today? It won't be their storyline after the game because they have 31 pts (and counting) midway through the 3rd quarter even with those drops. The Jets are nowhere near being the leaders in drops (or drop percentage). We're not even in the top 10 In drops. Both of the 2 remaining undefeated teams are worse than the Jets in dropped passes.
I think this is my favorite line from the article: "He urinates more times a day than Secretariat on Flomax. And the bowel movements, he says, are three-to-four times a day." Then they quote Reilly shortly thereafter where he says, "It cleans out all the crap in your system." Indeed it does. 3-4 bowel movements a day, every day? Woof!
Uyuyuy. It's not a gotcha comment and you're reading too much into it. I don't believe in going all out over the top, maxing out the cap with veterans with a short shelf life with no QB. I'd rather hold back some and leave a good amount of that flexibility. We went from one extreme to the other in this regard. I think picking up, re-signing, or building around a bunch of high priced 30-plus FAs & older veterans is a poor way to build a lasting success for the franchise. We spent like we were close enough to go all in despite the conspicuous absence of a QB worthy of it. Whatever the difficulties you want to romanticize about playing QB, Fitz sucks at it. Are there some - or many - who suck even worse? Yes. That doesn't make him good enough, and even worse he wasn't the QB they were building around this past March; it was Geno Smith.