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Everything posted by HawkeyeJet

  1. Totally missed it! Right on my man
  2. I think only a certain set of people will know this image and/or reference, but if you do, you are awesome.
  3. Here are some highlights of him playing basketball in high school. Rare athlete. He'll definitely be in the discussion at 11, if he makes it that far.
  4. Was it Jeremiah or McShay that was rumored at one point to be a potential hire for Douglas? Whichever one it was will be interesting to see their mock projections for the Jets. Guessing whatever they project will be the exact opposite of where the Jets actually want to go.
  5. I remember Hunt. He was a good ball player. Those were they end of the Danny Hope years and start of the Hazel years at Purdue, which were pretty lean
  6. I don't think I've ever been annoyed by something so trivial as this writer abbreviating Safety as "SAF" and not "S".
  7. I've never really posted mocks before because I don't enjoy sifting through who other teams will take etc. But since these websites take care of that, here is my first ever attempt.
  8. Also, that is such a moronic article title by whoever wrote it. He was a practice squad player, every team in the NFL just watched a guy they could have had.
  9. I don't even remember the guy at Purdue, let alone the NFL. He was a WR in college for 3 of his 4 years at Purdue according to his bio and his biggest contributions in COLLEGE came on special teams.
  10. I am not trying to defend the Johnson's with these numbers, but I just think they are probably not as bad as most people would think. I think Woody is a schmuck, but people act as though he's Dolan or Haslem and I just don't see that. if my numbers are correct, I think the Jets are 19th in the NFL in winning percentage since Woody bought the team. They have more winning seasons than losing seasons over that time. So while they haven't been "good" they haven't been a complete disaster either. The first decade of his ownership was actually quite productive, as far as Jets decades go. This past one? Yeah not so much. The horrible hires of Idzik and Macc back to back were just crushing. While looking to Seattle the first time was the right place to look, he picked the wrong guy. Macc was an awful choice based on an awful recommendation. I think he knows he needs to step away and let football people make the calls, he just can't pick the right one to trust.
  11. A ground based offense and stout defense sure seems to be working this game. More than one way to skin a cat, as they say.
  12. This is unbelievable watching a team play this poorly on this stage
  13. I can't see either of these teams hanging with KC. Only chance SF would have is if their pass rush completely takes over. GB would only have a shot if Rogers goes unconscious and carries them in a shoot out. I don't think either is likely at all.
  14. I'm all about nostalgia, so I like it. Not a commentary about the on field product of either team
  15. Watching these 2 teams play each other in the late slot of Conf Title Sunday makes me feel like I've time warped 25 years into the past
  16. We all know the OL needs a facelift first and foremost. After watching these playoffs this year, the Jets 2nd biggest need is speed, everywhere. We are ungodly slow as a team.
  17. Wonder how similar this Judon guy is Smith. Maybe they can correct their mistake in the off-season
  18. But you are the one interjecting that point. He hasn't said that he's not better than Darnold. I've never said it. Passing on Mahomes and drafting Adams very well might be a huge mistake. What I take issue with is that everyone just transforms the current version of Mahomes they see and assume that's the version of Mahomes that would be playing on the Jets. Even though EVERYTHING about his development would be different. Not only different, but worse. Worse coaching, worse team around him, worse hill to climb in his division, worse pretty much everything. Is it so unreasonable to think that stuff matters in a young QBs development? For those of us who think it does aren't saying it's the ONLy thing that matters, but the responses that we get are as if we said it was the only thing that matters.
  19. You are making very reasonable points. I've made similar statements and it just doesn't go anywhere. It's not an unreasonable notion that he's not a MVP and Superbowl QB if he went to a dumpster fire of a situation. That's very reasonable. That's not saying he wouldn't be a good player(and you aren't implying that) but some people think a great QB can just erase most issues. Maybe they can. I don't believe that, but I could be wrong. They can hide some issues no doubt
  20. Lost in all the Mahomes debate is Andy Reid has lead 2 seperate teams out of Superbowl droughts of 24 years and 50 years. He's pretty good too.
  21. I explained what I meant in responding to Jetsfan80 if you care to read it. I didn't mean you are making a snap judgement on your opinion of Mahomes. I just thought it was humerous that you gave someone the business for posting immediately after Mahomes made a a subpar play to kind of highlight their point, but then he makes an average play to a wide open receiver and you immediately chime in with "best QB in the league" post.
  22. Josh Allen is elusive? Watson has a strong arm? This over generalization is silly. To say all those guys are the same type of QB simply because they are mobile is extremely debatable. They are all mobile though, that is true. A lot of difference in all the players listed after mobility though.
  23. Doesn't it happen both ways? My point is for every person nitpicking his less than stellar plays there is someone exaggerating an average play he makes to accentuate how great he is.
  24. Isn't it sort of ironic you were scoffing at people making snap judgements about certain plays as it relates to overall performance of players and you make a post about how good Mahomes is immediately after he threw a TD to someone without anyone within 10 yards of him?
  25. Ok this is wild. That pivotal 3rd and short where the Titans were called for a hold, the flag was thrown immediately at the snap. Whatever he threw his flag for, he didn't call, and then someone on the crew went with a holding. The Chiefs are the better team, but this has been a very poorly officiated game.

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