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  1. 10 points
    Me too. Cuz we both know Macc was taking that guy if he was there at #3. Above all else I was hoping we didn't take Bosa in the draft. I'm certainly not rooting for him to continue to be injured, but who couldn't see all of this coming?
  2. 9 points
    That is why Cannon is probably making this team. Great ST tackle.
  3. 9 points
    Yay for game day! the 3 priorities for today’s game are: 1- NO INJURIES ; 2- let the new draft class kids play; 3- NO INJURIES
  4. 9 points
    Glad we didnt have the choice...
  5. 8 points
    Ugly 1st throw and then straight mother ******* G mode!!! I got my Sam Darnold boner pants on, do you?
  6. 8 points
    I went with Polite mostly because I don't expect to see much PT from most of that list.
  7. 7 points
    Giants fans do not like this tweet. Reminder from Freezing Cold Takes that Hack's first preseason drive ended with a TD pass.
  8. 7 points
    Just got this from the Jets, I would check their site to see if they are streaming it:
  9. 7 points
  10. 6 points
    Darnold will be a top-10 QB sooner rather than later. An undeniable talent.
  11. 6 points
    No parents should have to bury their child. Rest in peace and my thoughts and prayers are with the family.
  12. 6 points
    HUGE pick up for the Texans. Duke will help Watson out a ton. He such a nice little bail out option. That ****tard Mayfield owes a lot of his success his rookie season to just dumping sh*t off to Johnson and let him do his thing.
  13. 6 points
    But you have to bet $500 to win $100. Go ahead and throw $10K down to win $2k if it's such easy money.
  14. 6 points
    Cant believe Sam is only going to play one play today. I know they'll want to give him a series, but what the heck is he going to do after he drops back and throws a bomb to Anderson for a 70 yrd touchdown?
  15. 6 points
  16. 6 points
    I don’t know what happens on other teams or the typical dynamics of young 22 year old rookies talking to mega millionaires but the whole team felt kind of lacking discipline and it seemed like the clownish owner and a passed-by Gruden were the causes. -Practice looked to lack tempo (yes I’m a Gase guy now) -I didn’t like how the rookie safety Abram was sorta cocksure talking back to Gruden when he told him not to hit in practice -also didn’t like Abram disrespectfully talking about his starting QB’s exact salary in front of so many guys- I get a little razzing but it seemed unprofessional and he doesn’t know his role- lack of respect instilled by the HC who seems like he can’t talk to modern day players
  17. 6 points
    Darnold seems to be preternaturally immune to Jets ****ery so far, and it’s been weird to watch. I was concerned during his midseason hiatus last year that he was caving, but he came back and played well enough to inspire hope. The best thing, however, is that Gase is centering his program around getting Sam to improve, quickly. I don’t think we’ll see many DTs and safeties prioritized in the draft moving forward.
  18. 6 points
    Remember when you crossed your fingers and hoped Mark Sanchez wasn’t getting as bad as he looked; or when you prayed Geno Smith might be the Jets’ answer at quarterback before he got punched in the face. Remember when you hoped to squeeze another good season out of Ryan Fitzpatrick or capture some late magic from Josh McCown? Remember those nights when the Jets quarterback situation kept you up late fearing the worst on Sunday? When the Jets play the Giants on Thursday night at MetLife Stadium it will be the first time since heading into Sanchez’s second season in 2010 that the Jets aren’t uncertain about their quarterback situation. Thanks to Sam Darnold these aren’t the Same Old Jets. It’s just the first preseason game, but the Jets look different, they feel different and they act different. For so many years they’ve been built on straw. Whether it was a coach on the hot seat or no real franchise quarterback on the roster or age giving way to injuries, the Jets haven’t been as stable as they are now since those early Rex Ryan years. Give Darnold credit for that. The third-overall pick in the 2018 draft had a solid rookie season and has followed with a strong training camp. He seems to be clicking with new head coach Adam Gase, who was brought here specifically to develop Darnold into an elite quarterback that can carry the Jets to postseason success. That journey unofficially begins Thursday night when Gase and Darnold communicate through headsets for the first time under game conditions. “You just try not to give him too much,” Gase said. “At the same time you want to try to give him a little nugget ever once in a while just to make sure that he understands why you’re calling certain things.” You know these aren’t the Same Old Jets when it’s the Giants who enter the preseason with quarterback questions. First-round pick Daniel Jones will presumably start the season as the backup to Eli Manning and time will tell whether there’s a point in the season when change will be needed or demanded. Jones will probably get more attention Thursday night from a Giants home crowd, trying to understand why he was selected with the sixth-overall pick when he might have been available in the second round. The Jets don’t have to deal with those questions. Darnold won a mock training camp battle with McCown last year to become the starting quarterback. There were growing pains amid a lame-duck year for head coach Todd Bowles, who didn’t have a good enough team to support a rookie quarterback. But while the Jets went 4-12 and Bowles was fired, Darnold gained valuable experience starting 13 games. He threw 17 touchdowns passes against 15 interceptions. He was sacked 30 times, but should get better protection from an offensive line bolstered by the additions of Kelechi Osemele, Alex Lewis and Ryan Kalil. Darnold should also benefit from having Gase as his head coach. It’s not ideal for a quarterback to have to learn an entirely new offensive scheme in his second year, but the long-term benefits should be good for Darnold. “I just have to go out there, execute, do my job and that’s really it,” Darnold said. “Do that to the best of my ability and if I do that, I think I’ll be all right.” It’s just the first preseason game, but these already aren’t the Same Old Jets. Le’Veon Bell and free-agent linebacker C.J. Mosley are in their primes at 27. Pro Bowl safety Jamal Adams will only get better. The offensive line has plenty of experience; the defense has a mixture of youth and age and should excel under defensive coordinator Gregg Williams. Most importantly, nobody has to cross their fingers about the Jets quarterback anymore. TESTING PASTED AS PLAIN TEXT @slats Is that better?
  19. 6 points
    I don't think giselle has felt anything coming from tommy before
  20. 6 points
  21. 6 points
  22. 6 points
    Well it's not just that, but he did it smiling; in a way that doesn't put a target on his back for the next NE pass rusher's late hit dirty play or hyper-motivate them just for him personally. Seems elementary what to do, when someone does a simple, right thing. Meanwhile plenty of others either jump to classless trash talk before they've backed it up, or kiss his cheating ass because they're in such awe they're almost afraid of him. Especially at his age. What a great kid.
  23. 5 points
    I have no doubt we'll have a new kicker within the next 24-48 hours.
  24. 5 points
    Cannizzaro needs to go. Joe get somebody in here now. Sent from my SM-J701M using Tapatalk
  25. 5 points
    Very few things make a tear come to my eye. The suffering or news of the passing of a young one always does though. It’s always heartbreaking news. My prayers go out to his family, no parents should have to bury their young. Also to his friends, and to your son. God bless you all.
  26. 5 points
  27. 5 points
  28. 5 points
    That’s crazy a rookie is getting better with practice!
  29. 5 points
    Can you guys just stop this sh*t. Great article about Sam getting derailed by the same old lame BS. It stopped being funny 100 threads ago.
  30. 5 points
    It's teeny-tiny on mine, and others have commented similarly.
  31. 5 points
    Remember when you crossed your fingers and hoped Mark Sanchez wasn’t getting as bad as he looked; or when you prayed Geno Smith might be the Jets’ answer at quarterback before he got punched in the face. Remember when you hoped to squeeze another good season out of Ryan Fitzpatrick or capture some late magic from Josh McCown? Remember those nights when the Jets quarterback situation kept you up late fearing the worst on Sunday? When the Jets play the Giants on Thursday night at MetLife Stadium it will be the first time since heading into Sanchez’s second season in 2010 that the Jets aren’t uncertain about their quarterback situation. Thanks to Sam Darnold these aren’t the Same Old Jets. It’s just the first preseason game, but the Jets look different, they feel different and they act different. For so many years they’ve been built on straw. Whether it was a coach on the hot seat or no real franchise quarterback on the roster or age giving way to injuries, the Jets haven’t been as stable as they are now since those early Rex Ryan years. Give Darnold credit for that. The third-overall pick in the 2018 draft had a solid rookie season and has followed with a strong training camp. He seems to be clicking with new head coach Adam Gase, who was brought here specifically to develop Darnold into an elite quarterback that can carry the Jets to postseason success. That journey unofficially begins Thursday night when Gase and Darnold communicate through headsets for the first time under game conditions. “You just try not to give him too much,” Gase said. “At the same time you want to try to give him a little nugget ever once in a while just to make sure that he understands why you’re calling certain things.” You know these aren’t the Same Old Jets when it’s the Giants who enter the preseason with quarterback questions. First-round pick Daniel Jones will presumably start the season as the backup to Eli Manning and time will tell whether there’s a point in the season when change will be needed or demanded. Jones will probably get more attention Thursday night from a Giants home crowd, trying to understand why he was selected with the sixth-overall pick when he might have been available in the second round. The Jets don’t have to deal with those questions. Darnold won a mock training camp battle with McCown last year to become the starting quarterback. There were growing pains amid a lame-duck year for head coach Todd Bowles, who didn’t have a good enough team to support a rookie quarterback. image.gif.db76a82280576a0b7935c4af121de074.gif But while the Jets went 4-12 and Bowles was fired, Darnold gained valuable experience starting 13 games. He threw 17 touchdowns passes against 15 interceptions. He was sacked 30 times, but should get better protection from an offensive line bolstered by the additions of Kelechi Osemele, Alex Lewis and Ryan Kalil. Darnold should also benefit from having Gase as his head coach. It’s not ideal for a quarterback to have to learn an entirely new offensive scheme in his second year, but the long-term benefits should be good for Darnold. “I just have to go out there, execute, do my job and that’s really it,” Darnold said. “Do that to the best of my ability and if I do that, I think I’ll be all right.” It’s just the first preseason game, but these already aren’t the Same Old Jets. Le’Veon Bell and free-agent linebacker C.J. Mosley are in their primes at 27. Pro Bowl safety Jamal Adams will only get better. The offensive line has plenty of experience; the defense has a mixture of youth and age and should excel under defensive coordinator Gregg Williams. Most importantly, nobody has to cross their fingers about the Jets quarterback anymore.
  32. 5 points
    when your parents inject you with roids starting in your teens...it's not surprising if your body doesn't hold up.
  33. 5 points
    Injury prone like the rest of his family.
  34. 5 points
    I am excited to see the following, in this order. 1. Sam 2. Sammy 3. That Darnold kid
  35. 5 points
  36. 4 points
    Whoever 43 is sucks. Sent from my iPhone using JetNation.com mobile app
  37. 4 points
    Preseason is such a cock tease. Time to rewind the first series over and over...
  38. 4 points
    New unis are a significant upgrade. Better color, cleaner lines, just all out awesome
  39. 4 points
  40. 4 points
    Crowder is like the fifth option. @Joe W. Namath
  41. 4 points
    Browns trade RB Duke Johnson to Houston Texans for a conditional 2020 fourth-round pick. (via Tom Pelissero) Baker has spoken.
  42. 4 points
    Thank You!! There is no one way to win. Come on folks!! But one thing is for sure sure you start acting like someone you are not than you have already lost.
  43. 4 points
    So psyched the game is tonight. C;mon Sam, TD on the first drive then watch the rest of the game from the sidelines.
  44. 4 points
    Nice pun in the last sentence whether intended or not! They are the same archetype so far. Struggled early and middle rookie year, strong finish, lotta hype during second off season. That's where I hope the comparisons end, and the divergence begins. The one main difference for me, granting the TC difference you cite above, is that the media was never all-in on Sanchez like it is Darnold. It's pretty obvious to us now that a lot of the Sanchez optimism was reflected, spillover from the general optimism surrounding the Jets (especially the defense) for his second year. It's a positive sign (to me) that the guys who analyze this sport for a living seem universally bullish about Sam, and only Sam. No spillover team hype muddying the waters this time. Here's hoping.
  45. 4 points
    I hear you, and to each their own. I enjoy setting myself a little bit. Gotta be happy about this team at some point in the year, and it seems to rarely happen during the regular season. That said, Sanchez' numbers his second year were worse than Sam's rookie year almost across the board, while playing on an 11-5 team and throwing to Edwards, Holmes, Cotchery, and Ladainian Tomlinson. For all the talk of lack of weapons around him, that's a lot better than Sam had last year (and probably this one, too) on a 4-12 team. Sanchez should've been able to stack a couple practices with that cast around him. I guess I just think calling Sam, "Mark," is way off the mark.
  46. 4 points
    Can’t make plays on the ball And I dress like Keri Hilson Wag my fingers at the haters Like my name is Kyle Wilson
  47. 4 points
    He’s adorable and want him to hit Brady so hard Giselle feels it.
  48. 4 points
    Yeah and it's a shame because Bosa obviously has elite type talent. But two injuries in his first training camp already after two consecutive season ending injuries. Not a good start here. I'm glad we don't have him. That would be a very Jetsy thing to be dealing with. We're all full up with that crap with All day Maye. I'll tell ya, Q was one of the last guys I wanted to draft due to his position and our needs, but how does anyone not fall in love with that kid? From his braces filled smile to his childlike innocence to the fact that he says the word dominate more than anyone I've ever heard before. I love him. I'm thinking his type of pressure up the middle is what ends Brady's reign. I seriously think that. Add to it that when Brady takes a side step Polite just might be there waiting to take his head off. Jesus! I'm loving Q on the Jets right about now.
  49. 4 points
    How come they get to have joints at practice while others get suspended?
  50. 4 points
    As absurd as this thread is. It should be noted, the expectations shouldn't be that high. I looked up all 3rd round Front 7 picks since 2000. Of the 139 who played a game in their rookie season, - 16 had 3 sacks or more. - 7 had 5 sacks or more. The most was 8 for Ngakoue in 2016. I'm wonering what everone's expectation is for him in his rookie season


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