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  1. Is there a way to lock a thread but allow the onslaught of neg rep to continue?
    8 points
  2. The Memphis Express will offer us a 1st and a 3rd to take Hackenberg off their hands.
    8 points
  3. Im bummed he was banned. I was hoping to debate him because the Jets are really good
    8 points
  4. One click to ban. Takes two seconds.
    8 points
  5. Yes, I can lock and then pin it for a little while or keep bumping it myself. Worth a try IMO. After it's locked, give me a glorious positive rep to see if that still works. @TuscanyTile2 I see a lowered reputation in your near future.
    7 points
  6. Watching Hackenburgh in the AAF and realizing the guy that drafted him is still your GM? All you need to know.
    6 points
  7. How many HJ's did you give this year?
    5 points
  8. I'd go with the boldface. Probably didn't want to go with a madam finding high-priced girls for him who could turn around and blackmail him. Or maybe he's just a frugal guy who figured a rub/tug shouldn't cost $100. Regardless, he still has to be spending every day thinking **** what are the odds the day - and time of day - when I'm there is when they get raided after all these years. At least we get to enjoy the humiliation of his being there when they got raided rofl. Hahahaha **** him.
    5 points
  9. Couldn't happen to a bigger jerk
    5 points
  10. So I am starting a new thread and I want everyone to read these words. The other threads were all merged and locked because people think they are commenting on CNN or FOX News. This is a Jets site, we don't do politics. What happened is terrible for many reasons. The human trafficking story is unbelievably vile and sad. Really just terrible. That said, this isn't the place to discuss the problems of evil in the world. A bit of a history lesson here, but there was a time when bad things happened to the Patriots it was considered a good thing. The Patriots owner was just arrested. Tom
    4 points
  11. The last 4 years Clowney played 13,14, 16, 15 games. Remember when John Abraham was injury prone on the Jets and then went to the Falcons and averaged double digit sacks every year? Clowney is also only 26. That's the start of the a pass rushers prime years.
    4 points
  12. I maintain that the Jets picking yet another supposed "elite pass rusher" is a mistake. This is an offensive league, driven in almost every way by powerful offenses that score points. Pass Rush, Elite Corners, etc. are over-rated and over-paid. I appreciate that supposedly there are no offensive linemen worthy of pick #3. But I cannot believe there is not single offensive player of any skill position worthy of that slot. Worse, there is no way I pick at pick #3. Not with this thin and largely talentless roster. We need multiple talented players, not one "elite" pass rushe
    4 points
  13. I was hoping Bon Jovi was involved too
    4 points
  14. The TFL percentage is good but hardly other-worldly. You take a guy like that because of what you see he's got, not what his stats are, otherwise Quinton Coples would have been an automatic team-changer. QW had 3-4 teammates with similar TFL percentages and (in comparison to opponents) borderline-unfair talent for a supporting cast. The Jets, however, do not have this. Other than a live wire edge rusher, the team should otherwise narrowly be looking at offense or parlaying those supposed 2200 points into multiple high picks not putting all their eggs into a single DT: LT specific
    4 points
  15. Pretty funny that guys like us, on a New York Jets fan site, give more consideration to the feasibility of a team being able to offer a contract to a free agent, based on cap space and need. Meanwhile the player in question, doesn't seem to care or know the same things that occur to the casual fan. Tells you a lot about that player, doesn't it.
    4 points
  16. Bell and his reps will leak interest in 31 teams before he finally signs, yawn
    4 points
  17. No it's worse They are mediocre If they sucked like the Knicks I could walk away Haven't watched the Knicks in 2 years, couldn't name 3 players on the team or the head coach
    4 points
  18. That must be Bob Kraft killing time in his lawyers office..................
    4 points
  19. I love Adams. Easily my 2nd favorite player on this team. Any idea that doesn't involve building around Sam is a bad one.
    4 points
  20. Actually Woodson said the exact thing that bothers Jets fans about Adams is exactly what it needed to elevate the team to a higher level. That the way Adams plays Is contagious. It will be fun this year to see how you and the Anti Adams squad navigate through Adams having a strong campaign with a real Defensive mind. I look forward to it.
    4 points
  21. https://www.si.com/nfl/2019/02/25/robert-kraft-prostitution-charges-sex-trafficking-patriots-nfl-combine-dwayne-haskins-kyler-murray IT’S NFL COMBINE WEEK I love the draft. Always have. Always will. As most of you know, I’m a big college football guy and a big football-at-any-level guy, so the intersection of the NFL and its de facto minor league is right in my wheelhouse. The combine, which starts on Tuesday, is the unofficial kickoff to draft season. To break it down for us, I brought in two guys you know—Daniel Jeremiah from NFL Network and Todd McShay from ESPN—a
    3 points
  22. I like how all the scouts and analysts think that if Murray puts on 10 pounds and goes over the 200-lb mark he will magically become tough enough to take the rigors of NFL tackling. It's the same hive mind of stupidity that told us Baker Mayfield was not good enough because he barely if at all crossed the six-foot height barrier.
    3 points
  23. What the hell Jason Taylor sucked for us. he was horrible. Omg I hate this thread, someone break out with the uniform leak??
    3 points
  24. It's a nice feeling isn't it? I haven't watched the Knicks or Nets for that matter, In about 14 years. Not much has happened during that time outside of the Jason Kidd coaching years in Brooklyn. It's amazing how enrobed we get with all of this stuff, thinking "this could be the year" Leave for 15 years and come back to see nothing has happened. lol
    3 points
  25. Not a terrible idea that has been brought up in the past. And from all accounts, Blake is a great dude and teammate. You could do worse for a back up. The only issue I see for the Jets, is while they have a ton of money, they also have a ton of holes. That money is going to move fast.
    3 points
  26. These opportunities would be perfect for a team like us. I loved the concept behind he Osweiller deal. The problem with Bortles is that this has been suggested before and the contract is structured in a way where this would not help the Jags as much. I think it only saves them $6-7 million which wouldn’t result in a high pick. There are few salary cap dump options and although this one looked like a great opportunity, it apparently isn’t because of the structure. I don’t recall who found out the structure and shot this down originally but at least now we know.
    3 points
  27. The premise is to act as a clearinghouse for salary for the Jaguars, a la what the Browns did with Osweiller. Not a terrible idea, if you have a deal with someone then to take Bortles off your hands.
    3 points
  28. "Stinks of a guy terrified he'll get snubbed by another FA class and was worried he'd end up with nothing." You nail it. Which means the Jets now have a "GM" in place who really has no confidence in his own abilities and very well might spend the rest of his tenure as he did 99.9% of his time in the job, outside of the panic move to trade up to 3, and that's "playing with scared money". Jets need first and foremost dumb luck on their side while he still has the job. Do you think it is possible that a scenario develops where Maccagnan is made to basically sit in the corner while
    3 points
  29. I'm sure someone else would have forked over $9MM/year with $20MM guaranteed to Enunwa . I like Enunwa but given his body of work it seems pretty unlikely, even in this FA class. Seems more a combination of, "We have no one else technically under contract, have 1 draft pick in the first 2 rounds, and [at the time] no WRs are projected to be worth that high of a pick. Robby's a RFA who'll play under the tag, but otherwise that's it." Stinks of a guy terrified he'll get snubbed by another FA class and was worried he'd end up with nothing. I wouldn't make any guesses as to what "eve
    3 points
  30. Cheating ? He’s not cheating. The girlfriend just had a better agent.
    3 points
  31. Idzik was probably worse. The only thing that saved Mac is him maneuvering to be in the spot for Darnold to fall to us. Other than that he is straight up garbage.
    3 points
  32. Yeah lets use the 3rd pick overall on an interior lineman. The took Shepherd in the 3rd last season. Make it work.
    3 points
  33. Truth, hopefully your husband realizes this
    3 points
  34. It’s like this guy reads my mind
    3 points
  35. So why bother opening and posting in the AAF thread? You think anyone gives a flying F that you don't care? FOH
    3 points
  36. "A team that is use to HANDLING a scandal" LOL
    2 points
  37. and searching the web for another " Spa "
    2 points
  38. The Raiders may need him after your wonderful new Head Coach trades Carr for yet more picks.
    2 points
  39. As you know Sperm, the Defensive Tackle position is not typically a stat driven position. The fact that he's able to generate those kind of numbers out of that position illuminates his talent, it doesn't diminish it. I have been a proponent of trading down from the outset, it is still my preferred outcome. No Jet fan with any sense is under the illusion that this mess can be fixed with the addition of a single player, no matter who that player is. It is for that reason, that I was against the acquisition of Khalil Mack, who I see as the biggest game changing player in the sport today. I f
    2 points
  40. Karma is real. Sent from my iPhone using JetNation.com mobile app
    2 points
  41. Exactly. He's cheating on her with a prostitute from that massage parlor?! I still say that something doesn't add up here (which I say because there were multiple billionaires who went to that same place). I have a feeling Kraft was somehow involved in something far worse than just a misdemeanor.
    2 points
  42. He is a powerful force. Very strong, great with his hands and is far from a one trick pony. Stronger and more polished than Josh Allen. Biggest red flag for me is a lack of tape, due to injury, and games played. Wish he had tried to return this year to prove his fitness for the next level. He and his "people" obviously feel that the " jury is already in" on this player, but I don't feel that way. The "maxed out size" issue doesn't concern me. He is plenty big enough. The consensus #1 overall pick is no sure thing, in my opinion.
    2 points
  43. Jets will get him because he is a guy who will chase the money and not turn Macc down to play for less elsewhere. He is the exact kind of FA we have to chase. This is where we are.
    2 points
  44. Forget this guy. I doubt he’s going to be dominant at the highest level. Virtually everyone coming out of Alabama comes with an inflated performance because of the talent around them. With the Rules the way they are now not only does it make no sense to draft interior D linemen, unless their name is Aaron Donald (who actually put up Sack totals as though he were a great Edge Rusher, not to mention all the plays he blows up behind the line), it doesn’t even make sense to make a CB a Top 10 pick anymore. It’s all about Offense and holding the opposition to FGs as much as you can, bec
    2 points
  45. I hope that Kraft has the clap.
    2 points


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