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  1. Freemanm

    Rosen's Value Dropping

    Why wouldn’t they just keep Rosen then instead of drafting the elf? What makes them think the elf will turn out better results, given how bad the team is right now? Very perplexing
  2. Freemanm

    What is your local NFL team?

    Always the Jets https://www.newyorkjets.com/video/1982-2nd-round-playoff-game-vs-raiders-2437508
  3. Freemanm

    Rosen's Value Dropping

    Was Rosen ever that good? I didn't follow his college career but thought he showed some flashes in his rookie year. Did he just get crushed in his rookie year playing for a bad team, and is there any hope of him being good?
  4. Stewart sucked. Selecting him in the third round of the the draft was as big a draft mistake as Suckenberg. I read that Toilet Bowles was the one who wanted him.
  5. https://www.cbssports.com/aaf/news/as-aaf-suspends-operations-lets-take-a-look-at-10-players-whove-earned-an-nfl-shot/ i think CB Jamar Summers should at least get a shot in camp
  6. Freemanm

    Opposing scouts wonder about the Jets

    "Gase is their first offensive-minded coach since Rich Kotite (1995-96)..." Article would be great without pointing this out. The words Rich and Kotite in the same sentence still scares me.
  7. Freemanm

    Robby Anderson Twitter Thread

    I’m really not up on my street slang. Can someone please translate the above?
  8. Freemanm

    New Mock has Jets Trading With Giants

    Unless the Giants are willing to trade a stockpile of picks for #3 (it would have to be a very lopsided deal), I don't the Jets trade down with them.
  9. I have no hair left because Geno Smith made me pull it all out that season by being good in one game, then throwing 4 pics in another.
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    Gase speaks at League Meeting

    I think Lee gets traded at around draft time. The math simply doesn't add up, unless they can somehow trade Avery Williamson, which is doubtful
  11. What about everyone saying that we need Bosa or Josh Allen?
  12. I'm not that into college football. What's the talen drop off if we move from #3 to, say, #15?
  13. Nothing is going to happen until draft day at this point. I think that’s when we trade Darron Lee as well, probably for a fifth rounder
  14. Jets CEO raises expectations while joking of bizarre Super Bowl celebration By Brian Costello March 24, 2019 | 11:51pm Enlarge Image Christopher Johnson PHOENIX — After spending more than $120 million in free agency, Jets CEO Christopher Johnson expects his team to be better — much better. “I sure as hell hope we’re a playoff team,” Johnson said Sunday at the annual league meetings. “Look, I want to win every game. We can’t get there fast enough. I’ve said it before: I’m an impatient man. I want this team to win. I think we have a really good chance to be a quite good team this year.” Johnson said he would not deliver a playoffs-or-else mandate for general manager Mike Maccagnan or new coach Adam Gase, but he clearly has elevated expectations after the team’s spending spree. The Jets added running back Le’Veon Bell, linebacker C.J. Mosley and wide receiver Jamison Crowder in free agency. They also made a trade for guard Kelechi Osemele. The Jets have won a combined 14 games over the past three seasons, something that cost coach Todd Bowles his job. Maccagnan survived, but this may be his last chance to get the roster right. “These were impact players,” Johnson said. “These are kind of like a wish list. As a matter of fact, it is a wish list because we put together the list prior to free agency and we got a number of the people we were hoping for. I think this team is better right now than it was a month ago.” With the addition of a big-name player like Bell and quarterback Sam Darnold entering his second season, the Jets feel like they are on the upswing. The crosstown Giants are in full rebuilding mode after trading away Odell Beckham Jr. SEE ALSO Jets celebrate the 'good news' with Rob Gronkowski retirement Johnson was asked if he think the Jets can overtake the Giants in New York City. “Honestly, I’m not that worried about that,” Johnson said. “I just want to win games. All that can come. Look, if we win a Lombardi Trophy, I’ll wear it around like a crown until people are sick of me and say, ‘you take that off his head.’ In the meantime, I just want to do what I can to make this a better team and the rest of the chips will fall where they may.” Even after the spending spree, Johnson acknowledged the Jets still have work to do. He did not mention specific positions, but the Jets are still thin on the offensive line and at cornerback to name a few. Despite those holes, he feels good about the fact they built the team up around Darnold. “It starts, to a great extent, with protecting Sam and giving him targets,” Johnson said. “I think we’ve done a good job there, not only the people we have coming in free agency but the players that were coming along last year, specifically Chris Herndon. I think seeing his growth, his connection with Sam and then you throw in Bell, who I think will open up Robby and Quincy and Crowder. I think that that is a really good recipe for success. SEE ALSO John Mara gave 'reluctant approval' to Giants dealing Odell “Of course we need a lot of other pieces and we’re working on that. We’re not completely done with free agency. We haven’t even gotten to the draft, but I’m really excited about it.” One player the Jets missed out on was linebacker Anthony Barr, who agreed to a deal with them and then backed out to rejoin the Vikings hours later. “We want people on our team who want to be New York Jets,” Johnson said. “Not everybody wants to be in New York. If he didn’t want to be here, that’s fine. It’s disappointing when someone backs out on an agreement, but we want people who are all in.” The free agents are not the only new thing about the Jets. The team is unveiling new uniforms next week. “I love the new jerseys,” Johnson said. “The players who have seen them love them. They’re frankly the people I want to please most in this process. I want them to feel great in their uniforms. I think it’s about time for us to have a new look. I think this is going to be well-received. These things are pretty badass I think.”

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