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What stats will rookie TE Jace Amaro put up this year?

What will be Jace Amaro's stats his rookie year for the Jets?   44 votes

  1. 1. What stats will Jace Amaro put up his rookie year for the Jets?

    • 40 or less receptions - under 250 yards - 2 TDs or less
    • 50 receptions - 400 yards - 4 TDs
    • 60 receptions - 600 yards - 6 TDs
    • 70 receptions - 750 yards - 7 TDs
    • 80 receptions - 850 yards - 8 TDs
    • 90 receptions - 950 yards - 10 TDs
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    • 100 receptions - 1000 yards - 12 TDs
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    • 105 receptions - 1100 yards - 14 TDs
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    • 110 receptions or more - more than 1200 yards - over 15 TDs
    • Something else (post in thread)

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As I'm sure you all know Jace broke NCAA records at the TE position. In 2013 he put up 106 receptions for 1,352 yards averaging 12.8 yards per reception with 7 TDs to boot. What will he get in the NFL his rookie year for the Jets? Just so everyone is aware, these are ballpark estimates... If I was going to guess exact numbers I'd say somewhere around 68 receptions for 812 yards with 8 TDs.

 

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50/625/4

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I think him and Cumberland will combine to increase TE production over last year by about 50%, 70 catches, 900 yards...give or take.

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I think in his first season it'll be around 550 yards and 8 TDs. He's gonna be a monster in the end zone

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32 catches, 380 yards, 3 TDs.

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I chose other. IDK what they will be, but there are so many different combinations that I dont think it will be one of those above. 

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I can see him with 600 yards on the year. He should also be a very good redzone target helping to minimize redzone fieldgoals and putting up td's.

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I think Cumby and Amaro combined will be close to 1,000 yards and 8-10 TD's. Major improvement for Jets TE production imo.

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110+, 1200+, 15+.  Let's do this.

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ALL OF THE STATS

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As I'm sure you all know Jace broke NCAA records at the TE position. In 2013 he put up 106 receptions for 1,352 yards averaging 12.8 yards per reception with 7 TDs to boot. What will he get in the NFL his rookie year for the Jets? Just so everyone is aware, these are ballpark estimates... If I was going to guess exact numbers I'd say somewhere around 68 receptions for 812 yards with 8 TDs.

 

I'd guess somewhere around half that. The Jets' top receiver caught 43 passes last year. They added Decker to be the de facto #1 WR, and added Chris Johnson to run the ball more than ever and use on dump offs and screens. Those numbers would be a great year for Decker on the Jets. Don't see a rookie TE coming anywhere close. 

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40+ receptions would be a good haul year one, any more than 6TD's would be great.

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40+ receptions would be a good haul year one, any more than 6TD's would be great.

Definitely can live with 40 and 6 from a 2nd round rookie TE. Paired with Cumby's numbers, the jets should have good production from their TE spot this season.

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With the questions in the secondary, and the fact that we play Green Bay, Detroit, Chicago, NE twice, the Broncos and the Chargers, we may not have the luxury to try and ram the football down their throat for 60 minutes. We may actually have to pass some.

 

Four and a half catches a game for Amaro would not be a total stretch of the imagination. That's 70 catches.

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There wasn't a scenario for 103 catches, 1057 yards and 13 TDs, so I opted for 60/600/6... the devil.

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570 yards, 3 TDs

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60 receptions, 700 yds, 5 TDs

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I think he should spend the year holding the clipboard and learning behind Jeff Cumberland.

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Are any of the people predicting more than 50 catches for this kid even familiar with the Jets?

How many catches is Decker going to have this year? Kerley? Cumberland? Nelson/Hill? Chris Johnson? The rookie WRs? Powell?

They had 266 completed passes last year, how many are they gonna have this year?

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Unless he starts playing at Denver there's no chance of him getting 40 catches or more. I'm going with 35< but 5 TDs. He might be great but he still has Geno throwing him the ball.

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Some of you guys are nuts. You're expecting our second round pick to have one of the best TE rookie season in NFL history. Yes, although those stats aren't much to go crazy about for a vet, they are for a rookie. A rookie even better then him in Eifert didn't reach near the total some of you guys are fantasizing. Add in that he's splitting time at best on a balance team with a high chance of it a run heavy offense.

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Some of you guys are nuts. You're expecting our second round pick to have one of the best TE rookie season in NFL history. Yes, although those stats aren't much to go crazy about for a vet, they are for a rookie. A rookie even better then him in Eifert didn't reach near the total some of you guys are fantasizing. Add in that he's splitting time at best on a balance team with a high chance of it a run heavy offense.

He's better than Eifert, he just plays on a better passing team.

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From worst to insane to realistic

Worst: He breaks a leg in a meaningless 4th pre season game in OT n never takes the field again.

Insane: 100+ catches, 1600 yards, 22 TDs

Realistic: 35-40 catches, 550-600 yards, 4 TDs.

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There wasn't a scenario for 103 catches, 1057 yards and 13 TDs, so I opted for 60/600/6... the devil.

Why, cuz 6/6/6 wasn't possible? He can be the primary receiver on every Jet play at the opponents 1. I'm sure he can manage those figures

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While I refused to give the New York Jets a report card for their 2014 draft class, I do have an opinion on it. The Jets came to Radio City Music Hall to play, loaded with 12 picks, none of which the team decided to trade to move up. They had their plan and stuck to it, making no impulsive leaps up the draft order. And out of all 12 picks, I liked Texas Tech tight end Jace Amaro in the second round the best.

The Jets made several good selections, so deciding just one best choice was tricky. Louisville safety Calvin Pryor was their first-rounder, and several football minds and former NFL safeties hailed the selection. Pryor is the perfect fit for a Rex Ryan defense, say John Clayton and Brian Dawkins. Mike Mayock said before the draft that he can see Pryor, a free safety in college, playing strong safety in the NFL just as well.

Cornerback Dex McDougle of Maryland was the Jets’ third-round choice at number 80 overall. Some criticized the Jets for waiting until the third round to address the largest dearth of talent on their roster, but McDougle is an NFL-level talent when healthy (he had season-ending shoulder surgery in 2013). Day Three selections can easily become important contributors, too – just ask late-rounders Tom Brady and Richard Sherman.

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Amaro wants to catch 100 passes a year. For his rookie year, I’d settle for 80.

But if I’m picking just one player, I think Jace Amaro should prove to be the most immediate contributor to the New York Jets out of this rookie class.

I wrote in April that tight end was the Jets’ biggest draft need, not cornerback. I just did not feel any of the first-round cornerbacks would immediately improve the secondary; watching Dee Milliner struggle last year also gave me trepidation. On the flip side, the team needed another weapon on offense. Everyone talks about how weak and unremarkable New York’s offense was in 2013. The only way to fix that is to bring in more talent.

I waxed poetic about North Carolina’s Eric Ebron all spring, but the knock on him was that he didn’t block. Critics called him a “glorified wide receiver,” something many tight ends have become as the league grows more vertical. But Amaro is a better blocker than Ebron, and while there is certainly room for improvement, his being multi-faceted will come in handy in Marty Mornhinweg’s West Coast offense.

I like Amaro’s attitude. Though the idiom “chip on his shoulder” gets thrown around a bit too much in sports anymore, Amaro seems hungry to prove wrong all the teams that passed on drafting him. He called himself a better tight end than Ebron and claimed he wants to be a Tony Gonzalez-type who catches 100 balls a year.

On top of everything, it was a value pick, too. Amaro was no reach for the Jets – he practically fell into their lap after being projected by many pundits as a late first-rounder.

Amaro is the last new weapon the Jets needed to revamp their offense. On the other side of the line from returning tight end Jeff Cumberland, Jace Amaro adds even more firepower to a once-lowly offense now stacked with Eric Decker, Jacoby Ford and Chris Johnson.

NFL Owners’ Meetings: The spring NFL Owners’ Meetings are currently being held in Atlanta. Today, the owners voted to move the point after touchdown attempt from the 2-yard line to the 15-yard line for the 2014 Hall of Fame Game and first two weeks of preseason, as a test run for potentially lengthening the kick full-time. The owners also chose to table discussions about expanding the postseason field from 12 to 14 teams until October, meaning that the 2014-2015 NFL Playoffs will still feature just six teams from each conference. Finally, the league awarded Super Bowl LII in February 2018 to Minneapolis over Indianapolis and New Orleans.

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