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Flowers Stays In AFC West


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Posted 28 June 2014 - 12:23 AM

Brandon Flowers

Brandon FlowersBrandon Flowers was recently the topic of a big debate between many Jets fans.  The Jets have a big need at CB and after letting big names go unsigned during the early part of free agency, some Jets fans wanted the Jets to sign Flowers.  Check out the 6/24 episode of JetNation Radio to hear a strong opinion by Brandon Dowling on why signing Flowers would have been the right move.

Flowers didn’t have a great season in Bob Sutton’s system in Kansas City. So this is another example of John Idzik remaining methodical and not panicking when it comes to acquiring new players.  Dimitri Paterson, Dexter McDougle and Darrin Walls are a few of the players who will have an opportunity to prove Idzik right and make an impact alongside 2nd year starter Dee Milliner.

Here is the thread with more information on Brandon Flowers decision to stay in the AFC West and sign with the San Diego Chargers.

 

 

 



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