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1 minute ago, Maxman said:

 

Jalin really isn't helping himself with this inability to hold onto a ball, is he? He's lucky we're so devoid of bodies at WR that he'll probably still make the team.

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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

 

Here's a first: Christian Hackenberg starts out as the Jets' No. 1 QB in team drills.

 

And on the sixth play of the team period, Jets QB Christian Hackenberg is picked off. So much for seizing the moment.

 

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42 minutes ago, Maxman said:

 

 

42 minutes ago, Maxman said:

 

Like it was custom ordered by @T0mShane and @dbatesman. Cheers!

40 minutes ago, Maxman said:

 

The narrative with this trend is that it's not Hack, it's that Burris can't keep up with Robby.

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2 minutes ago, Beerfish said:

As I said the other day our great D will be in for a surprise when they actually face real NFL offenses.

I kind of agree, this is all so similar to 2011 & 2012. Hearing the D dominated but then during games..... lets hope it is not a repeat.

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4 minutes ago, Integrity28 said:

Every day I read these tweets, and every day it seems like Hack and McCown are ******* up... while Petty quiety makes big plays. I might be wrong. Just the impression I'm left with.

seems that way. Petty sure makes you kinda want to root for him.....

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5 minutes ago, Integrity28 said:

 

Like it was custom ordered by @T0mShane and @dbatesman. Cheers!

The narrative with this trend is that it's not Hack, it's that Burris can't keep up with Robby.

I think the narrative with this trend is that Hack would be a pretty good QB if go-routes were all you needed to win football games.

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5 minutes ago, Integrity28 said:

Every day I read these tweets, and every day it seems like Hack and McCown are ******* up... while Petty quiety makes big plays. I might be wrong. Just the impression I'm left with.

Yup.  Will be interesting to see it ourselves as opposed to reading tweets when preseason begins.

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7 minutes ago, gEYno said:

I think the narrative with this trend is that Hack would be a pretty good QB if go-routes were all you needed to win football games.

Buddy Ryan rotated his qbs based on down and distance. Jaworski in some situations, Cunningham in others.

On second thought, let's not do that.

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10 minutes ago, gEYno said:

I think the narrative with this trend is that Hack would be a pretty good QB if 7-on-7 were all you needed to win football games.

FTFY

Kid is probably Johnny U at street football.

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The west coast offense, with short timing throws, could possibly be a better fit for Petty as it has more pre-determined reads then what Gailey ran.

When first Petty started last year, he had very few plays where he had to move through his progressions.  This offense, could simply be a better fit for his skill set.

Will be an interesting preseason at least.

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36 minutes ago, BCJet said:

The west coast offense, with short timing throws, could possibly be a better fit for Petty as it has more pre-determined reads then what Gailey ran.

When first Petty started last year, he had very few plays where he had to move through his progressions.  This offense, could simply be a better fit for his skill set.

Will be an interesting preseason at least.

My primary hope is that the Coaches can play the best QB.  If it is Petty, play him.  Petty has another year in the pros-makes a big difference.  It does not have to be an irreversible Hack negative.

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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets practice ends with Christian Hackenberg's second interception. This was a missed opportunity for Hackenberg, who got the majority of the first-team reps for the first time in camp -- an indication he will play a lot in the preseason opener. He completed 12 of 20 with two TDs and two picks. Bryce Petty (8-for-12) had a solid day, with two TDs. Josh McCown (4-for-5) didn't see much action, probably a sign he won't play much Saturday night. Does anybody want this job?

 

 

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets injury report: Nothing much has changed. RBs Matt Forte (hamstring) and Bilal Powell (neck) remained on the sideline. It's unlikely they will play on Saturday night against the Titans. LB Lorenzo Mauldin (back) also sat out. LB Frank Beltre, who has flashed at times, sat out after injuring his groin yesterday.

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1 hour ago, Integrity28 said:

 

Like it was custom ordered by @T0mShane and @dbatesman. Cheers!

The narrative with this trend is that it's not Hack, it's that Burris can't keep up with Robby.

Batesman and I are positivists. We only deal in evidence.

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