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  1. Seems all the suits like the pick [emoji19] Sent from my iPhone using JetNation.com mobile app
  2. As much as I want to pick the Titans, and I think they match up well with Baltimore, the Ravens will overpower them. The Chiefs??? I'm still not convinced Neither Seattle, San Francisco (at this moment) nor Minnesota scare me. Green Bay and Rogers have it going and their defense is strong. Baltimore and Green Bay in the Super Bowl.
  3. Jets were up by 16 and Buffalo came back. Buffalo up by 16 and Texans get em. Karma. Sent from my iPhone using JetNation.com mobile app
  4. Hmmm a fitting end to Buffalo would be up by 16, now down by 2. Karma is a bitch! Sent from my iPhone using JetNation.com mobile app
  5. Neil ODonnell. Most important position on an NFL team and he was an EPIC fail here. Sent from my iPhone using JetNation.com mobile app
  6. Fun post! Thanks for doing this Its a great start but as a 59 year old Jets fan I have some tweaks FWIW. LT- Winston Hill, I did see him play - he was a beast! LG: Faneca (his early tenure with the Jets) yup! Center: Mangold No question TE: Mickey Shuler, (2nd Tight End Rich Caster - was money in the clutch, made Richard Todd look like an NFL QB at times) RG: Dan Alexander (Yup) RT: Marvin Powell (Yup..... loved this guy's motor) RB1: Emerson Boozer (OK this one's an emotional pick, I met him when I was 8. Great man!) RB2 (pick a full back or scat back): LeVeon Bell. I would love to see him with the O-Line above WR1; Wesley Walker (No contest) WR2: Don Maynard (He was FUN to watch! He and Brett Favre would be electric!) Slot: Wayne Chrebet (Say no more) QB: Brett Favre... (Namath was a gunslinger, Farve was gunslinger with better knees!) Punt/Kick Return: Bruce Harper - yup K. Pat Layhey (was consistent for so long, might go with Jason Meyers with the new rules) P. Dave Jennings (yup!)
  7. Tell ya what Jamal.... Increase the number of interceptions you have in your whole career by more than two and then maybe, just MAYBE, you will be treated like Aaron Donald or Tom Brady. Compare that to the actions of Lev Bell and Robbie Anderson yesterday and, dear Jamal, you have exposed yourself for what you are...... a TOOL... plain and simple.......a TOOL. Now for the next, oh I don't know, 9 weeks or so STFU and try to play to the caliber that you believe you are. Bet ya can't
  8. True but still watching how JJSS uses his body and strength to win the ball is something you rarely see Anderson do. Bothe need to improve if they are to have a future with the Jets or any NFL team. Sent from my iPhone using JetNation.com mobile app
  9. That catch is a textbook example of how a young receiver should compete for a ball and WIN. Robbie Anderson watch that on film and get your $&@? together. Sent from my iPhone using JetNation.com mobile app
  10. True, but this also indicates that our young QB actually does gets it, can make the right calls, and is not as clueless as NFL films, Rich Eisen, ESPN and the rest of the world think he is. His learning curve is learn to throw the ball OOB or in the dirt like Brady and take the grounding penalty when his receivers and O-line spit the bit. And FFS lets pray that this is the LAST time the Jets braintrust authorizes a mic'ed up 22 year old QB.
  11. If Gase and Sam actually run the offense they showed a bit of in preseason we will be competitive and may even win the game. Call me naive and whatever other crappy term you want but I firmly believe Gase knew Sam was sick and dumbed down the O In week one. If the Jets don’t come out firing and attacking the Cowboy defense then we have our answer. There is no excuse this week. I’m not looking for a win, on paper the Cowboys are a better team. If the Jets score and it is close then there is hope. Sent from my iPhone using JetNation.com mobile app
  12. Yes absolutely he should be given more than 1 game. But the expectation is justified. Again at #3 pick, the learning curve should be relatively shallow. Let’s see in a month how much impact he’s had. Sent from my iPhone using JetNation.com mobile app
  13. As frustrating and mind numbing as the last four games were to watch (as well as the last 10 years) consider for a moment the position that Gase is in. You have developed an offense and a playbook that requires a smart, athletic, mobile quarterback to execute. You actually cart out that offense in pre-season and score on your first possession in two games where qb1 starts, something the Jets have failed to do in, like, forever. Then you lose the ONLY athletic mobile QB On your roster. You are left with Luke Falk who makes Rick Mirer look like Tom Brady. If he tries to run that offense......he has no hope. So you try to simplify it and in the process everyone is out of sync. You rely on the ONLY true playmaker on the team who is healthy and in the lineup to carry you and in the NFL of 2019 you get the expected result. The D keeps you in the game as long as you can but you simply can’t win games in the NFL like this in 2019. Let see what happens the next three weeks. There is enough offensive talent on this team to at LEAST score two to three TD’’s with Darnold. . If it’s the same old same old can’t move the ball with your smart athletic mobile QB then, yup, Gregg Williams time. If the offense scores and games are close.....give Gase and Douglas a year to get the roster right. Sent from my iPhone using JetNation.com mobile app
  14. I am usually just an observer here but....The number 3 draft pick MUST be a difference maker, regardless of position they are drafted for. We can argue, and mostly agree, that we should have drafted an edge rusher instead of an interior lineman... that’s on the crappy GM we had. But at 3, Q better play the position better than most. Having said that he has had 1 game. To be fair the jury is out. But to have high expectations of a 3 pick is justified. We saw some good things from him Sunday, but he needs to come up the learning curve quickly to justify his draft spot. Like.... not letting a QB duck under you. JJ Watt doesn’t let that happen. Q I wish you all the best in validating your high draft pick!! Sent from my iPhone using JetNation.com mobile app

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