you made a thread asking 'is Mac over his head?' and proceeded to bash most of their FA moves and just about all of their draft picks in the first post of this thread. And then you get your panties in a bunch when I quote a post from you back in May gushing over the draft and the draft day trades.
So which is it? You liked the moves when they were made but now that we've lost 4 out of 5, you don't like them? If that's not considered monday morning qb-ing, what is? Why not let the season play out, and give Mac's moves a chance to success/fail before starting a thread about whether Mac is competent enough for the job?
It's easy to be a Monday Morning QB. Peter King makes a nice career out of it. When I read your initial post, I read a guy ranting about how almost every move Mac has made has been a disaster. I debated responding, but then thought - what did this guy think about the moves in real time? Was he so negative then? And I found my answer. That's not evolving and devolving.. that's just being overly critical in hindsight. Will you be writing a glowing post about the draft picks if the Jets go 5-1 down the stretch and make the playoffs? My guess is that you will.
Nothing wrong with Williams. Devin Smith's play has been extremely concerning. But the guy missed all of the pre-season and the first few weeks of the season. He has the tools. He deserves more than a handful of games before labeling him a bust. Maudlin has been great when on the field. Hopefully with the coaching staff cutting Coples, Maudlin gets a bigger role Petty was a project QB.. who get this - is a project in year one. Harrison was waived in a numbers game, and was quickly resigned to the practice squad. Jury's out. Simon is on the practice squad only due to the depth we have at DL. But given that Harrison probably wont be back next year, it's a good bet Simon is part of the DL rotation in 2016.