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  1. best value would be to play em together like the DL
    6 points
  2. Current max is 505. want 510 by end of year for dat 3x bodyweight DL
    5 points
  3. Jimmy, they've done a lot of great things offseason. There are a lot of things to be excited for. We just had, by all accounts, a fantastic draft. No need to sh*t on the little spark of positivity.
    4 points
  4. Petty would be signed by another team quickly. He won't be cut and placed on the PS; Simms is gone.
    4 points
  5. Just cut him. He's simply another in a long line of CFL-caliber QB's our fan base got obsessed with for a little while. It's inconsequential what they decide to do with him.
    4 points
  6. Vote: Pac Wow that felt so... good.
    3 points
  7. Ok lets stop back and forth - I will always watch my teams no matter how good or bad they are.
    3 points
  8. Oooh mellowdrama
    3 points
  9. I remember when you did one of these to show what a great job Idzik had done with the roster.
    2 points
  10. Doing better thdn Idzik is setting the bar really low
    2 points
  11. Just one who wont watch if he doesnt have his way...which he has zero control over.
    2 points
  12. I'll show you mine if you stick yours in my butt.
    2 points
  13. ayyyyyyyyyyy sup gurl. u looking fine as always Now that Verbal isn't here, why dont' you come on over and sit on my lap.
    2 points
  14. This. Stacy could actually be the perfect fit, as he is a one cut physical runner. The JETS will do the same thing on offense that they will do on defense...throw a horde of guys at you who have a similar skillset and talent level. Whilst other teams will wear down, the JETS will not have much if any talent dropoff regardless of who is playing. This team is shaping up to be a very physical nightmare for other teams to play. The Marshall trade, the Smith pick and Gailey's spread become the keys on O as Defenses will no longer be able to cheat or stack the box. More room for Marshall, Decker, Kerley, Amaro and now Smith to operate. If Owusu and one of Evans or Enunwa can step up, our WR depth will be complete. The crowded backfield should become a bigger weapon than previous years as a result of the spacing dictated by the WR core and offensive philosophy. With less defensive pressure in the box and an improved OLine, Defenses will have a lot to handle dealing with Ivory, Ridley and now Stacy. All of these guys run about 220lbs and can also pass protect (or so I have heard) Add to that mix Powell, the jack of all trades. They may not be all world outstanding but they are all solid , decent backs. This will be a team that can play all out for 60 minutes. The depth on both sides of skilled ,experienced players is unprecedented in recent memory of JETS teams.
    2 points
  15. Got to watch both with my brother in between his tours overseas! AWESOME You hear about the new series?
    2 points
  16. Congratulations Matt Simms! You are now officially a member of the New York Jets Hall of Famer on the Bench Club! You join such notable names as Brett Ratliff, Brooks Bollinger, Lamont Jordan, Greg McElroy, Matt Robinson, Tim Tebow and many others. If only the Jets were smart enough to start you then all the non-believers would surely be proven wrong. Someday you will be released or packaged in a trade (since you have no value on your own) and another team will surely give you the chance the Jets never did and you will certainly fail like all the others because the real reason you are on the bench is that you suck!
    2 points
  17. last week on Sirius NFL Jim Miller was talking about Gailey and how he had to teach Kordell Stewart the basics of running an NFL offense and what the defense was trying to do. Miller said Gailey was the best pure teacher he's ever been around and that Geno was lost in MM's offense. It may all be moot but Geno and FItz is what we have so hopefully one of them steps up. Geno has the tools the be an NFL QB the question is if he can adjust to the mental part of the game. If Gailey can't teach him he's done in the NFL...but at least this yr we have a journeyman who can potentially grind out 9 or 10 wins with a top 5 defense. this defense is loaded and we have a great DC / HC combination. the only real weakness is speed at LB and I think we'll see antonio allen or another safety type playing closer to the line to help in coverage. tough not be at least a little excited about this team right now, total rebuild in 4 months by the new regime - both personnel and culture.
    2 points
  18. Do people think throwing tantrums are productive now? Those billboard guys may have ruined everything.
    2 points
  19. The NFL and the Jets won't miss your $250. But I'm confident Fitzmagic is the starting QB Week 1 and that they'll get your money.
    2 points
  20. That would be a sensible argument if someone was drafting Petty based on his college numbers. But that's not what's happening - he's being drafted for his tools and traits. A qb like that is much more scout-analysis dependent than number-analysis dependent. QBASE, DVOA & DYAR are important tools for understanding statistics, but they aren't the only elements that need consideration, and the pendulum can swing too far in the direction of statistical analysis as easily as it can swing too far in the direction of scouting
    2 points
  21. You dont put a 4th rnd qb you just drafted on the practice squad. If Fitz, geno and petty are healthy at the end of training camp, simms will get cut.
    2 points
  22. No you definitely don't
    2 points
  23. More like Macc is burning the old house down then building a new one on top of the ashes. The moves he's made along with the constant reference to coach Bowles anytime someone asks about a players role lets me know that we have guys that are about doing their job while respecting the next man's role and working together to be successful. 2 years ago I was excited to get John Idzik until I realized as you stated his changes were more cosmetic based on the fact that he was restricted by the owner. No matter that situation, I've been very impressed with How Macc and Bowles have worked together to bring talent to this organization. I get the feeling that we have responsible, sensible professionals leading this franchise.
    2 points
  24. The jets being a comfortable landing spot for a qb....
    2 points
  25. I'd rather have his brother Kal.
    2 points
  26. 2 points
  27. What the **** did you just ******* say about me, you little bitch? I’ll have you know I graduated top of my class in the Mafia, and I’ve been involved in secret raids on that weird wheel of time community, and I have over 300 confirmed kills. I am trained in mafia warfare and I’m the top scum lord in the entire US You are nothing to me but just another target. I will wipe you out with precision the likes of which has never been seen before on this Earth, mark my words. You think you can get away with saying sh*t to me over the Internet? Think again, ****er. As we speak I am contacting my network of mafia spies across the USA and your IP is being traced right now so you better prepare for the storm, maggot. The storm that wipes out the pathetic little thing you call your life. You’re ******* dead, kid. I can be anywhere, anytime, and I can kill you in over seven hundred ways, and that’s just with my bare hands. Not only am I extensively trained in mafia combat, but I have access to the entire arsenal of the JiF's gunshow and Crushers fuppa and I will use it to its full extent to wipe your ass off the face of the continent, you little sh*t. If only you could have known what unholy retribution your little “clever” comment was about to bring down upon you, maybe you would have held your tongue. You didn’t, and now you’re paying the price, you goddamn idiot. I will sh*t all over you and you will drown in it. You’re ******* dead, kiddo.
    2 points
  28. Wouldn't that be like him admitting guilt?
    2 points
  29. 19,000 posts in an opposing teams blog... that's a reason for arrogance right there! Nothing even slightly pathetic about that at all....
    2 points
  30. Lucking into the best pick is forgetting our history. JETS of years past, take a position player from a small school in same position. (Kenny O (not marino), Kyle Brady (not Sapp).) This pick shows real maturity on management.
    2 points
  31. Mac is a cool guy. He even admitted to reading mock drafts. Said nobody had Leonard Williams going lower than third pick. Lol.
    2 points
  32. You have to love how he is trying to create a new culture, team to put in place. Maybe we found a competent person in charge after years of missteps.
    2 points
  33. Tanny - treated draft draft picks after round 3 like garbage to be tossed away. Dominated by the head coach, sparse number of picks lead to no depth/development in the long run. Idzik - Actually had not a bad concept of how to operated, accumulate picks, use cap judiciously. However poor background in scouting and the actual draft picks were lousy in many cases. Also a total lack of the ability to make moves quickly if necessary. MacCagnan - Values draft picks but is not afraid to use them to get players, especially if it is a bargain. Extensive scouting background and a plan for addressing needs and developing. The ability to move fast and without fear within the draft. The one pick trade up to ensure they got Petty, getting a more established RB on the cheap. The trade down, though panned by a number of posters added some valuable picks and more trade flexibility. MacCagnan also is humble enough and realistic enough to know that not all picks will turn out. The results will be what is important going down the road but I like the make up of our new GM far better than the previous two.
    2 points
  34. All scouts hired by the accountant had to go. Good. It's not like that. This is the field these men chose, and they knew going in that they'd be hired and fired based on the whims of new hires above them. If they purposely did anything to sabotage the Jets' draft, they'd be blackballed from ever getting hired again. Everyone did the best job they could on their way to their next job.
    2 points
  35. He totally body caught these. Oh, there you go. Finally!
    2 points
  36. http://www.ganggreennation.com/2015/5/3/8539157/bryce-petty-a-detailed-look-at-the-jets-newest-quarterback It's time to start looking at our draft picks in more detail, and today I'm going to start with former Baylor QB, Bryce Petty.  TWEET (14) SHARE (264) PIN On January 27th, I wrote my scouting report on Bryce Petty of Baylor, within that report I came to the following conclusion: I'm still very undecided on Petty and his pro potential. I see a lot of things on tape that I really don't like but then I see some things I love and I love his work ethic and you know the saying "Hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard". He has a steep learning curve for the NFL but a part of me really thinks he'll do it because he believes he can and he'll work his socks off for it. However I certainly don't think he's the best quarterback in the draft and I think he'll struggle early before finding his role. There are too many negatives for me to really buy into his NFL potential but write him off at your peril, if he lands with a good coach on a team willing to develop him, he could be very good. From the moment we selected him in the 4th round, I've been studying tape on the former Baylor QB, in the hope that I'll be more convinced by his potential. I'm still very unsure about Petty, but after watching a number of interviews with him, if he doesn't succeed, it's not going to be through a lack of effort. He brings a fantastic attitude to the table and he's going to work his socks off to succeed. Here are some issues that I picked up when watching. Deep Ball Accuracy I was watching the SMU tape to start off with and it struck me how inconsistent Petty was with his deep ball accuracy. He had 4 chances at long touchdown receptions to his receivers, he hit on one of them and missed on three. A 25% success rate didn't hurt Baylor against a poor SMU team, but it is something he'll need to clean up. In the NFL, you don't get 4 open chances a game, you get one, and when you get it, you better hit it. Running Ability & Toughness Petty isn't the fastest player you're ever going to see, but he has good athleticism for the position and he runs with authority and toughness. Put simply, he is a competitor who will take a hit if he has to, on occasions he takes hits you wouldn't want him to take but that's the price you pay when you run from the read option. Petty's decision making was excellent when running the read option, and he had a lot of success with it. Baylor Offense - Simplified It's hard to talk about Petty without mentioning the offense that he came from. The Art Briles offense is a simple one for a QB, mainly because the plays are called from the sideline, the QB has one read and it's all about fast players and a fast tempo. They spread their receivers out wide to create a very wide coverage responsibility area for the defense, as a result their players find themselves in man to man coverage. When the receivers are not getting behind defenders with ease, they are taking easy completions in the flat and turning it up-field. As a result Bryce Petty is not asked to do too much. He has simple reads and simple throws, a lot of his completions come in the flats and 5-10 yards down field. However, don't make the mistake of thinking that Bryce Petty doesn't have talent. He showcases a good arm and he can fit balls into tight windows. While he's not comfortable going through his progressions, he has done that in college and he's done it with success. However I'm not going to sit here and try and convince you that he throws most of his touchdowns to his 3rd read and into a tight window. The truth is, he throws the majority of his touchdowns to his first read who's wide open behind a defense who don't know how to handle the Art Briles air attack system. However, if you can score touchdowns by throwing to your first read who's wide open, why wouldn't you? He didn't have to go through his progressions all that much. Arm Talent Bryce Petty doesn't have the strongest arm in the NFL draft, but he has a strong enough arm to make all the throws. Even when throwing off his back foot, he gets enough velocity behind the ball to complete all the throws you would want from an NFL quarterback. I appreciate that so far it hasn't been a ringing endorsement for Petty, but he really does have a lot of talent and I wanted to showcase a few throws that I found really impressive. What will the Jets need to work on with Petty? The Jets will need to work with Petty on reading an NFL defense, that is the single most important aspect. If he ever wants to start in the NFL, he's going to need to know how to go through his reads, progress to his hot read if under pressure and recognize blitzes. His footwork is OK when he gets through his motion. However he took his snaps exclusively from the shotgun, the Jets will need to work on his drop back, keeping his balance and being in the right position to deliver the throw. Running a huddle. Like Mariota, Petty didn't really run a huddle at Baylor, mainly because he didn't have to. Baylor run an offensive play on average every 20 seconds, as a result, Petty is a rhythm guy. An NFL team won't run that fast, so he needs to know how to get the play from the sideline, communicate it clearly to his team and manage the clock effectively. There is a lot of work to do with Petty, and if you are expecting him to be starting from year one, you're not being realistic. However with my extensive film study of him, I've seen enough to suggest he can learn to run a pro offense and he has the arm talent to do so. I don't like these developmental big arm quarterbacks who rarely if ever work out. Petty is not one of those guys. He shows touch and I've seen him come off his first read, go to his second and deliver the ball on time. He feels pressure in the pocket and climbs and slides. He shows an understanding of the game and he's been one of the most productive college quarterbacks in recent memory. There is a lot of work to be done, but to repeat my initial conclusion from January If you get a spare 13 minutes, make sure you watch this video. Write him off at your peril, if he lands with a good coach on a team willing to develop him, he could be very good.
    1 point
  37. Or Rust, or 15' snow banks, or 1000s of mouths with no teeth?
    1 point
  38. Simms has the size arm and pedigree. I thought he's looks ok in the limited time he's had on the field. Would love to see what a REAL open competition brings
    1 point
  39. http://bleacherreport.com/articles/423314-the-manning-passing-academy-the-grades-are-in The Manning Academy says you're wrong. Second to Kaepernick. Bigger arm than Luck. http://thejetpress.com/2013/08/31/analyzing-matt-simms-new-york-jets-first-nfl-start/ http://cover32.com/jets/2013/08/28/matt-simms-and-the-jets-battle-for-the-third-qb-spot/ Just give up.
    1 point
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  41. the people investigating the case have said at least twice he is not a suspect. he was questioned for the most part because he used to date the woman, and it is believed the child may have been his
    1 point
  42. My Doc did that too. Thats why I ate him.
    1 point
  43. Whatever. They still have gay sharks on their helmets.
    1 point
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