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HawkeyeJet

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  1. One a serious note, Anderson at 36 surprises me. I guess not necessarily the number itself, but the fact that he comes in 1 spot behind Melvin Gordon.
  2. Now that I scrolled down for 27 minutes to get here, I forgot what I was going to post in response.
  3. Manfred is getting killed for 2 things: 1. Not suspending any players 2. Calling the World Series trophy a "piece of metal". That said, the Patriots should be punished again.
  4. I just realized Dotson is 27. Wow. Was a 24 year old rookie.
  5. Once my Detroit ownership is confirmed that #3 pick is on the block folks
  6. If the Jets can trade down and get an extra 3 and 4 and still get one of the Big 4 OTs......
  7. Might as well sign Corey Coleman and Laquan Treadwell and have a 2016 WR bust battle to the death. The winner earns a roster spot. The losers, well it's a battle to the death.
  8. I'll give one last pre combine submission. This one almost feels like I said take OL no matter what, but really for positional needs and value the way this particular draft unfolded, I had too. I could have went Lamb at 11 here, but had to snatch up Thomas. I'd take this in a heartbeat.
  9. In one thread 30 year old injury prone Alshon Jeffrey is generally being panned. In this thread, people seem open to 30 year old injury prone Prince Amukamara. I don't get it. When healthy(which neither usually are) Amukamara isn't the caliber player Jeffrey is. Never has been.
  10. I think so. Maybe not. I think some people just want speed everywhere. I can think of multiple teams that don't implement have that type of receiver in their 3 WR package.
  11. It's one thing to say acquire Jeffrey and forgo drafting a WR in Rd 1-3 because of it. I would not be in favor of that. If the question is simply would I rather have Alshon Jeffrey or a WR with the exact pick needed to acquire him, I'll take Jeffrey every time. The odds of finding a starting caliber player at any position in RD 6 or 7 is very slim.
  12. What 6th or 7th RD(assuming it's that type of compensation) WR do you project being better over the next handful of years than Jeffrey?
  13. I'm a big believer in having a big, physical receiver in your main group. I prefer having diversity of skill sets in the WR Corp. We have our slot WR in Crowder. I'd be all for Jeffrey as the big, physical receiver and red zone target. This would allow the Jets to allow Anderson to get his huge payday elsewhere and draft a burner(or all around receiver) to replace him.
  14. I have a terrible memory. I enjoy lots of posters stuff, regardless if I agree or not. I'll likely come back and add to this list. @T0mShane @Lith EY(whatever his current user name is) @Spoot-Face @JiF @Beerfish @maury77 @sec101row23 @Mogglez @Jetsfan80 @jetstream23 @KRL @RutgersJetFan @peebag @Sperm Edwards
  15. What if he's more influenced by his time with Ravens than Eagles?
  16. I think the main thing it tells me as a fan is NFL franchises are having a difficult time evaluating OL out of college and would rather pay for someone they've already seen in the NFL. I think outside of QB, the OL is the hardest transition from College to NFL.
  17. This is probably a bigger deal than it seems
  18. I appreciate your passion to do that and share. Keep on keeping on. I also appreciate your screen name allows me to use this GIF (no disrespect intended)
  19. Moot. Might as well just turn this thread into a donnybrook of message board etiquette.
  20. I actually think you could make a very reasonable argument that it isn't a pass happy league anymore. It's still a QB driven league, but I do think offenses are shifting away from the pass happy game plan of 5-10 years ago. Look no further than the two assumed best young offensive minds in the game in McVay and Shanahan. Both of their offenses are predicated on running the ball and indiscernible play action passing. Add in the heavy use of too and zone read around the league, I'd argue modern offense is more centered around the run game than it has been in 20 years or more
  21. My thoughts are Damien Woody is the best Jets related follow on Twitter. Whether I agree with him or not(here I agree) his views are balanced and thought out.

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