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  1. I can't imagine anyone was under any delusions that Odell Jr. was the product of good parenting, right?
    7 points
  2. Several of you guys are well informed. Tay was healthy throughout his USC career, except the very end of his time at USC. If his game translates to the pro level, you guys got a steal. Also, zero drama, high character, quiet kid who just puts his head down and works hard, let’s his play speak for him. He'll earn his targets, not ask for the ball. He’s younger than Sam.
    6 points
  3. They’re an organization that gets the most bizarre pass on things. What they did for that punter was some seriously evil sh*t. **** the Giants
    6 points
  4. I believe Riely Reiff their LT is out and Danielle Hunter didnt practice yesterday which would be a huge loss for the Vikings. We should put Clairborne on Diggs, double Theilin and bring as much pressure/confusion as possible at Cousins. He has 5 lost fumbles this year so far and hopefully can turn it over a couple times Sunday.
    6 points
  5. Nothing is more annoying than when I’m trying to have a conversation with a buddy at the game and I can’t hear them. Be mindful and show some respect for the people around you this Sunday!
    6 points
  6. In a move that wasn’t all that surprising as we suggested the possibility of it earlier this week, the Jets have added rookie wide receiver Deontay Burnett to their active roster. Burnett takes the roster spot that opened up earlier today when the Jets cut ties with wide receiver Terrelle Pryor. The post Jets add Deontay Burnett to Active Roster appeared first on JetNation.com (NY Jets Blog & Forum). Click here to read the full story...
    5 points
  7. You ask a big flippen homer her opinion? I'm afraid to say much, but I'm excited he has a chance. I love Tay, I've mentioned before, he's undersized but a very hard worker, a football player with sticky hands, runs great routes and the first WR to arrive for practice, last to leave. Worked extra hours with Sam. Smart player. Reported many times that he could be found catching from that ball machine (forgot the name!) long after everyone else was gone. "Big Play Tay" http://www.stack.com/a/how-usc-receiver-deontay-burnett-forged-some-of-the-strongest-hands-in-the-2018-nf
    5 points
  8. I think it's likely a combination of factors. He is out for a couple of weeks, we have decent vet depth at WR, he is on a 1 year deal so it's not like he is part of our long term plans, he is given up on a couple of routes early, he has complained a bit, he has a history of being a problem in the locker room.... You add all that up and the Jets probably felt like it was worth the risk to cut him. If he was healthy and ready to play this week, he wouldn't have been cut so it's clearly NOT just a locker room issue. Managing an NFL roster is not always easy.
    5 points
  9. Nothing develops a QB better than releasing a guy that he likes.
    5 points
  10. How Sam Darnold goes from beloved to feared By George Willis Sam Darnold says the Jets have found their identity. Asked to explain that, the rookie quarterback mentioned using a dominating offensive line to establish the running game to set up the pass. That’s what he wants the Jets to be known for. “Our offensive linemen are really establishing the line of scrimmage in these games that we’ve played,” Darnold said Wednesday. “We’ll continue to dominate up front and continue to make our plays on the outside.” That’s the X’s and O’s part of it. The other part o
    5 points
  11. Behind the same line, I don't think Darnold gets hit nearly as much. If the Jets had drafted Rosen, I think we'd be collectively complaining about the OL a lot more than we currently are. Rosen doesn't move well, and he's inaccurate with his throws when he tries. He doesn't have very good pocket awareness. What he does well is throw a pretty ball from a clean pocket. He'll have to learn to feel the rush and adjust better as a pro, but there's only so much improvement I think you can reasonably expect there. Maybe "elite" is too strong a word, but you've definitely got to put a top ten ty
    5 points
  12. The minute they drafted Chubb and extended Duke Johnson, everyone knew it would be one year and out for Hyde. And they come away with an extra draft pick. Good move by Cleveland.
    5 points
  13. I drafted Fournette and Hyde. Oh fiddlesticks! Edit - Sorry for not remembering the new policy.
    5 points
  14. But when those Boos come out, they automatically know how to be loud lol.
    5 points
  15. Nice article but that line at the end was super stupid.
    5 points
  16. Burnett is quicker than fast, proto-typical slot possession guy. Slightly taller version of Jeremy Kerley.
    4 points
  17. He has at torn groin, doubt anyone will be picking him up. Lets not make him the second coming of Randy Moss.
    4 points
  18. I'm thinking he is not the best citizen in the locker room.....
    4 points
  19. There's GOT to be more to this story. Seems like they had so many other options.
    4 points
  20. Nice to see everyone here has learned their lesson about overreacting.
    4 points
  21. RB's a dime a dozen. Look at Lindsay for denver not drafted and the guy looks outstanding.
    4 points
  22. Can’t we just turn his headphone off like the Pats do?
    4 points
  23. This is THE game this year. If they Jets win this, they are legit contenders for a wildcard spot. This is the biggest game for this franchise since week 17 in bowles 1st year. This is a big game!
    4 points
  24. telling his son to "produce headlines on the field, not off". He posted on Instagram a 2017 video of Mara slamming a chair in the owners box, accompanied with, "This is the owner of the Giants Throwing a chair in his box. He criticized Odell and he does the same? Talk about the The tree acting like the apple". LOL. The Giants are becoming a reality show, and are imploding before our eyes. I love it.
    3 points
  25. SUPER EXCITED about this move. He was great at USC, great in the preseason, has tons of chemistry with his college QB in Sam. He ran a hamstring hindered slowish 40. He is not slow by any means in game action. PLUS he is the type of receiver we dont really have on the team so far this year. We hugely upgraded the slot position. You have to think he was flashing in camp as well and Jets were afraid of losing him. With no WR signed for next year he is a foundational player for our offense. LOVE this move. Pryor's tweet does suggest a return as well.
    3 points
  26. He’s more of a high 4.5 or 4.6 guy. He was hurt for the combine and USC pro day. He had a workout with Ronald Jones prior to the draft and ran 4.7, he wasn’t 100% for that workout either.
    3 points
  27. I saw that he ran a 4.7 while dealing with an hammy injury. Reminds me a little of Kearse who isn't the fastest WR but gets open and catches everything thrown his way with the added bonus of having a history of making big plays with Darnold.
    3 points
  28. He was not well liked by his teammates in both Cleveland and Washington. Obviously, the coaches there didn't like him much either. He must be a massive jerk-off both on and off the field. Just speculating. I'm thinking that a trade is coming our way because I doubt that the coaching staff believes that Burnett can replace Pryor's skills on the field. I don't know, but there is clearly more to this than we know.
    3 points
  29. Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer To replace WR Terrelle Pryor, who was released, the Jets promoted rookie WR Deontay Burnett from the practice squad. This will give them five receivers for tomorrow against the Vikings. Burnett is a former USC teammate of QB Sam Darnold. Their most memorable game was the 2017 Rose Bowl, when he caught 13 passes for 164 yards and three touchdowns against Penn State — the game that vaulted Darnold into national prominence.
    3 points
  30. The Jets will be fine. I am going to take him in my Draft Kings entry tomorrow. He won't do anything.
    3 points
  31. I will not pipe down! People are saying the things on the internet and this is an outrage!
    3 points
  32. Not a fan of the move because Pryor is an ATHLETIC 6'4" Red Zone threat - a great developmental tool for Darnold. He's had a good line thus far this season: Games Receiving Rushing Total Yds Year Age Tm Pos No. G GS Tgt
    3 points
  33. (eye roll) What the Cheats do; Does. Not. Matter.
    3 points
  34. I'm very surprised by this unless he is more of a D-bag than any of us knows. Something about the way his ex-teammates from Washington treated him preseason would seem to suggest that this might be the case.
    3 points
  35. He's behind only Robby with TD catches, has the same amount of catches as Robby, and is near the top of the WRs in terms of yardage despite getting little to no in game reps compared to the other guys. People are going to justify this because he complained once about being frustrated about his role because he feels like he's made plays in limited action (which he has), but if we sign Rishard Matthews I hope you guys all know that he has an attitude issue 10x worse than Pryor. I'm not a fan of the move. As much as I like Deontay Burnett from his USC days, he's not going to make any
    3 points
  36. Don't like the cut but don't know enough behind the scenes to judge. Pryor is that big, athletic red zone target that every team needs. I guess we can use Herndon or another of the 40 TEs we have but I was warming up to Pryor a lot. I don't think the Pats grab him because they already have Gordon. However, I think there will be interest in him once he's medically cleared. I can't believe there wasn't another way to clear a roster spot if we had any intention of bringing him back so I'm doubtful that happens.
    3 points
  37. And then the Patriots give him a call....
    3 points
  38. Seems like a mistake. If it's a roster space issue they could waive Cannon and nobody would claim him
    3 points
  39. Keep Harbough far, far away..........Rashon Gary on the other hand
    3 points
  40. Leonard Fournette injury looking like long term.
    3 points
  41. There's always that guy at every game. You're sitting there, trying to enjoy your $20 pretzel and being out of the house for a little bit, then some dude named Logan with a Pearl Jam tattoo that's been tailgating since Thursday and thinks Stella is a craft beer makes eye contact with you, has a mini-convulsion, spilling beer on some kid sitting next to him, and starts yelling "WHADDYA DOIN SITTIN IN THE CHAIR THAT YOU PAID TO SIT IN, DA JETS NEED US" right at you as you're just trying to enjoy a day with your dad. Logan is also the guy that screams "GET HIM!!" at the top of his lungs when he's
    3 points
  42. Winning every single game we get at home is important because our fans are amazing. It’s awesome to be able to play in front of them. Whenever we make a big score or score a touchdown, to feel the momentum in the arena really shift, it’s awesome to be able to feel that. We’ll continue to grow off of that as a team and ride the wave of energy throughout the game. - Sam Darnold THIS QUOTE IS WHY EVERYONE MUST BE LOUD on SUNDAY!!! We are CAPABLE of beating the Vikings, The Jets need US to help give them THE EDGE!!!!! TO VICTORY!!!! SKÁL!!!!!!
    3 points
  43. 5 years into his career, where, in your opinion, does this thread rank in TuscanyTile2's list of threads started? Here are some of his other threads started:
    3 points


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