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17 minutes ago, Gas2No99 said:

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?

 

Saying "Does anybody want this job?" really pisses me off when you just get done saying Petty went 8/12 with 2 TDs.  Yeah, guess he doesn't want the job... 

With that said, if Petty does well and gets screwed over by the CS, I will join in on the Bowles hate. 

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2 minutes ago, Drums said:

Saying "Does anybody want this job?" really pisses me off when you just get done saying Petty went 8/12 with 2 TDs.  Yeah, guess he doesn't want the job... 

With that said, if Petty does well and gets screwed over by the CS, I will join in on the Bowles hate. 

Crazy how that keeps happening 

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1 hour 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.

See this the Jets secret plan; let the one guy playing consistently well rot while we revive another old QB in McCown!!

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29 minutes ago, Gas2No99 said:

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?

Hack Progress:  Completed 60% of his passes to his own team.  I actually think its good.  I think one interception was the TE's fault.

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If Petty gets enough preseason reps with the 1s and 2s..  he might just earn the starting gig.  And if the CS gives it to one of the others anyway, the Jets will have a mutiny in the locker room.

A few fans at these practices seem to think Petty has some players in his corner already.

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The big positives im kinda reading about is that hack is getting better. I am sure he can easily hit the ocean now. Seriously, he's improving.

petty is also doing ok and it seems like they are both closing in on mcclown.

if mcclown starts, coach stimey need to go

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Jets play of the day: It was an uneven day for QB Christian Hackenberg, but he made one throw that illustrated an improved passing touch. He hit Robby Anderson on a sideline fade route, about 25 yards, dropping the ball in the bucket, just beyond the reach of CB Juston Burris. Hackenberg can deliver a fastball; this showed he has a change up in his repertoire.

 

 

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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets rookie report: RB Elijah McGuire rebounded from a shaky day with a solid practice, especially in the passing game. With Matt Forte and Bilal Powell injured, McGuire got a good run with the starting unit. He's not dazzling, but he kind of grows on you. WR Chad Hansen, having a quiet camp, made two receptions in team drills. TE Jordan Leggett  (6'5"  236lbs.) got outmuscled for a pass by CB Dex McDougle (5'11"  194lbs.), :blink:resulting in an interception. He needs to be a little more aggressive with the ball in the air.

 

 

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Overheard at Jets camp: Don't tell NT Steve McLendon about the low outside expectations. "We want to bring a championship here," said McLendon, who has emerged as a team leader. "The last time we've seen a championship here was '68. We had those guys in '68, they put something up that hasn't been done -- and that's all we're trying to do."

 

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50 minutes ago, varjet said:

Hack Progress:  Completed 60% of his passes to his own team.  I actually think its good.  I think one interception was the TE's fault.

The other was in a 2 minute drill situation where he probably forced a pass he might not have in a normal game situation, but he has to take care of the ball in all situations hopefully he learns from his practice mistakes.

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Again thanks for the tweets.Much appreciated.

Might be coming together well for Petty. An offense that fits him better than previous. Some starting experience in the bank. Chemistry with team mates.

I seriously thought he might get traded during this camp but IMO we're seeing enough to suggest he might be our best.

1) Petty 2) Hack 3) McCown would be ok with me as a line up so far.

Haven't been looking forward to pre season games so much as now that's for sure. 

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1 hour ago, Gas2No99 said:

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.

Wouldn't it be funny if our coach actually seen enough of McCown, and realized he is as bad as his 2-22 record the last 3 seasons, and has officially started a 2 man QB competition between Petty, and Hack.

Now back to reality it was probably more of a Vet rest day for Bowles predetermined week 1 starting QB in this staged "QB Competition".

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18 minutes ago, slats said:

Seems to me that most of Petty's big plays have come in 1 on 1s or 7 on 7s, not 11 on 11s - which, granted, is on the coaches' rotations. I'm on the anybody but McCown train, so whatever happens, happens. I'm instinctually drawn to Hackenberg because of the abundance of Jet fans here who tell me that there's no way in hell the guy could ever be a starting QB in this league, but I'll happily watch Petty steal the job in the preseason. 

Petty's best work came yesterday in 11 on 11's during two minute drill when he went 5-5 with a deep TD pass.

Today some of his best work was also 11 on 11's.

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6 minutes ago, Maxman said:

I am rooting for Hackenberg because I think he could be a franchise QB. I fully admit there is a chance that he could also be a guy that never starts a single game in the NFL lol.  But I think the upside is bigger with Hack than Petty.

That said, if Petty wins it, give him the job. I never understood people who root against one player over another. If Petty can be the guy then let's go. My opinion is that he won't be but since I am not making 7 figures a year as an NFL talent evaluator I won't be hurt if Petty plays well!

This is one of the most definitively spineless position statements I've ever read.

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7 minutes ago, Maxman said:

I am rooting for Hackenberg because I think he could be a franchise QB. I fully admit there is a chance that he could also be a guy that never starts a single game in the NFL lol.  But I think the upside is bigger with Hack than Petty.

That said, if Petty wins it, give him the job. I never understood people who root against one player over another. If Petty can be the guy then let's go. My opinion is that he won't be but since I am not making 7 figures a year as an NFL talent evaluator I won't be hurt if Petty plays well!

Max, all joking aside, I think Hack winds up as one of our biggest busts ever.  

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1 minute ago, Maxman said:

He was taken in the 2nd round so if he never plays he probably can't even break into the top 20 of busts.

Guess technically you're correct.  This franchise has had its fill; of first round turds.  But Mcc's decision to pick Hack in the second round should end his tenure as GM.  Dumb move all around.  

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Well Bryce has something going for him...he had great chemistry with Anderson last year who happens to be our #1(by default) ... unfortunately he really didn't have much chemistry with anyone else.

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