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    • I consider your disagreement a badge of honor, sir. You clearly do not understand how to build a football team.  Yes, the QB is the most important piece of the puzzle, but it's not the only only piece. You and others in here act like getting the franchise QB is the end game. Tell that to Dan Marino. In this league you need to be able to do to things, not just one. You need to be able to throw the football, and you have to be able to stop the other team from throwing the football. The most valuable position after QB is Edge. You don't pass on the second most valuable position in the league for one of its least valuable: RB or TE. That's lunacy. The San Francisco 49ers didn't make it to the Super Bowl on the strength of Jimmy Garoppolo's QB skills, they rode Joey Bosa there. That's why they traded up to #3 this year, to dump the QB who got them to the big game just two years ago and take advantage of the team's strengths.   And NO, throwing 40-50 times a game is a way to get your QB to develop bad habits - like Darnold, frankly. Being on such a bad team led him to take more risks, more risks meant more bad plays/turnovers, and that led to him being gone. You need each side of the ball to able able to trust the other.  We can pick defense next year? Joe Douglas will not be heeding this terrible advice. He needs to BAP his way down this draft, adding the best player in each spot right down the line to continue to improve the overall roster. Then, next year, he has five picks in the top 100 again to address both offense and defense with the best player on his board when it's time to make his selection. That's how you build a championship team, not by passing on Edge Rushers and CBs for RBs, TEs, and OGs. 
    • The Jets will be entering the season in the same position the NY Knicks did: - Joke of a franchise, steeped in dysfunction - Bad ownership - Awful expectations - Bad roster The question is can the Jets repeat what the Knicks did to overcome those "issues": - James Dolan finally hired the right GM (Leon Rose) - Rose assembled a good front office staff and hired a good HC (Tom Thibodeau) - Thibodeau assembled a good player development staff and meshed with the front office to determine the vision for the roster - The coaching staff developed players before and during the season:   * Julius Randle was a "JAG" and is now an All Star, who has developed into     a "Batman"   * RJ Barrett was a "consolation prize" after missing out on Zion Williamson.     And in his second season he's left that tag behind.  Improving in every area     and developing into a "Robin"   * Before getting hurt Mitchell Robinson had developed into an effective starter   * Immanuel Quickley was thought to be a "reach" as a first round pick.  He has     outplayed his draft position and is a knockdown 3 point shooter   * Roles were clearly defined for Derrick Rose, Alec Burks, Nerlens Noel, Reggie     Bullock and Taj Gibson.  To where they're effective in every minute they get - The coaching staff then implemented a clear style/identity (relentless defense) which would define how the team would play.  That style allowed them to hover  around .500 and develop confidence - Now with players developing, roles defined and confidence building the team is playing its best ball of the season (7 wins in a row).  And on the verge of making the playoffs Perceptions don't define how a season will go, the work people put in does
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