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  1. If you look at the situations that perriman has been in, I’d also argue that outside of last year, he hasn’t really been in a passing offense that would even have allowed him to be successful. He’s had Flacco in his last 2 years as the starter in Baltimore and rookie QB in baker mayfield in his 3rd year. In his 4th year he started off the season as TB’s 5th passing option at best but as Tampa’s injuries mounted, the guy was finally on the field playing meaningful minutes in a legit offense. What did he do in that situation? he played like a competent number 1 WR. I’m not saying that perriman will become a star in NY but perriman started off his career in some pretty crappy situations. I like his upside. I think he’s going to surprise a lot of his critics.
  2. They do, its called being cut. Because of the trumane johnson, albert hansworths, and the nnomdi asougha's of the NFL, the fully gaurenteed contracts will never be a thing. Most GM's have the contracts set to where free agent signings can be cut around half way through their contracts. With that being said, the johnson signing might have been the worst contract I have ever seen this team dish out.
  3. Peters has made over 110 million in his career, I just find it hard to believe he’s playing to get paid at this point. Even if the jets are interested, If money is equal or even similar, I just don’t see why he’d want to go to the jets.
  4. Lol, I’ve seen a lot of reports over the years but a “believe they will sign” is a new one. I like it on a year deal but won’t believe it until schefter or someone else more reliable breaks the news.
  5. Couple other guys have already mentioned it but he was probably signed for what he does during practice and off the field. Hard working player who can mentor and lead by example. The jets don’t really have too many of these types of guys...
  6. Lol. I sent a couple of messages, one on twitter and one of your contact us page. Was so confused. No need to reply back to them.
  7. I hadn’t heard about this kid as I don’t follow much college football these days, but as soon as I saw this thread it made me remember the RB from the Bucs. Just so happens, that was his dad. Dude was one of the most jacked RBs I’ve ever seen.
  8. Question 4 would have me really disappointed if either happened. If we trade down, we better be picking up an additional second rounder or better at the least. This team has so many holes to fill, under no circumstances should the jets be trying to move up in rd1. Take the BPA if we can’t trade down.
  9. I’m there with you but you have to assume the front office thinks a few of these guys can get the job done. I’d prefer the jets figure out a way to trade down and nab an additional 2nd round pick. Grab a WR and two OL with those First 3 picks but that Kind of trade hasn’t happened in a long time. I just think that with 4 OL signed in free agency, I just don’t see how it isn’t a WR at 11.
  10. I know everyone wants an OT at 11 but with fant, McGovern, van roten, and Lewis signed I just don’t see how WR isn’t the pick if the jets stay put at 11. It’s happening.
  11. I Think the majority of fans wanted Robby back but it didn’t happen. The free agent market for WRers this year was really weak. All things considered, perriman was one of the better options remaining and the guy showed, at least for the last 5 games of the 19’ season, that he may actually be a football player that took longer than he should have to figure it out. I don’t think anyone here thinks we just landed the next desean Jackson but at least there is a little upside with this signing. If it doesn’t work out, it’s a 1 year deal...and we’re on to the next guy.
  12. I live in the Tampa market. Watched a ton of bucs games. Jameis was literally locking on to those two guys on almost every pass attempt, Which I can’t fault him for doing. Both of those guys are elite WRers. The opportunity wasn’t there when both of those guys were on the field. With that being said, I’m not here proclaiming this guy is going to become a great player but, regardless of the system, the guy put together a great final 5 games of the season. There were other WRers on the roster that had the same opportunity to step up and produce, but he was the guy that did it. He has a first round pedigree and flashed some potential when he was finally put in a favorable situation. I’d have perfered to keep Robby but It didn’t happen. This was a good plan B signing with some upside.
  13. Take into account that perriman was surrounded by Evans and Godwin? I can’t because he rarely got targets until those guys went down. I can’t remember exactly, but Godwin and Evans missed at least the last 2-3 games and one of those guys missed more than that. Perriman got a nice one year deal because of what he showed when he became the number 1 WR on his team. Some guys are late bloomers. Maybe he just had his best 5 game stretch or maybe the guy figured it out. I like the upside of this signing.
  14. Good signing. I posted in another thread that he averaged 101 yards a game and had 5 TDs in his last 5 games of the season when Evans and Godwin were out. Not much of a drop off from Robbie with a little more upside in my opinion.
  15. I’d like the jets to try to get perriman now that Robby isn’t an option. Once the Bucs WRers started Missing time, over the last 5 games of the season perriman started putting up really good numbers. Looking at his last 5 games, he averaged 101 yards a game, had 38 targets, 25 catches, and had 5 TDs. With the lack of talent on this team, I think this guy has a legit chance at being a solid WR2. This guy was a high draft pick a handful of years back. Maybe he’ll be a late bloomer type of pick up. With Robbie gone, and the amount of OL we sign, I just don’t see how we aren’t taking WR with number 11.

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