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  1. 7 hours ago, Jet_Engine1 said:

    Robbie Anderson clone (6'3 200 lb'er 4.3 40) for a team that doesn't throw deep. 



    LOL, we wish.  He's just as bad a route-runner but with worse ball skills.

  2. 5 hours ago, slimjasi said:

    The 96 team didn’t a have a prospect on Darnold’s level, but I understand the comparison.



    That team had a lot of talent - as far as prospects:  Keyshawn Johnson, Wayne Chrebet, Richie Anderson, Marcus Coleman, Aaron Glenn, Ray Mickens, Mo Lewis, Marvin Jones and Hugh Douglas.  Adrian Murrell ran for over 1,000 yards.  To say the 1996 team was more talented than 2019 would not be an exaggeration...they just had horrific coaching.  Dont forget - one year later - Parcells was one dumb call away from a 10-6 record and a playoff birth with virtually the same roster.

  3. 28 minutes ago, Billsfan35 said:

    Bills are a playoff lock, boys. Top flight defense, an emerging star QB who’s better than Darnold, and a good head coach. Maybe next season for you Jets!!! Hahaha 3-0!!!!!!

    You may change your tune after the Pats make Allen look worse than Luke Falk next week.

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  4. I am developing a fear that our offense is too complicated and involves too many in-action reads by the WRs - kinda like Joe Walton's offense. Such an offense requires intelligent WRs and an Intelligent QB as well as all being on the same page when making the reads.  I feel like (and this applies to week 1 with Sam) the QB is dropping back and has no idea what patterns are being run because nobody is in sync.

  5. 8 minutes ago, Bugg said:

    Would note the Browns last night fielded a secondary of bubble gum and duct tape and managed to keep a good Rams passing attack mostly in check. As a fantasy owner of Todd Gurley I can so attest. And yet again insane Jets fans are advocating giving up  resources for MORE DBs. Are you f___ing insane? 

    Their pass rush was a major factor in hushing the Rams attack.  If we had a shutdown corner it would allow us to blitz more and create pressure.  Having said that I doubt the Jags or anyone else for that matter would give a significant return for a sleepy Leo Williams.    I'd say Williams value is now at about a 5th round pick.  Trading Williams and a #1 for Ramsey would be a steal, unless we end up with a top ten pick.  I still say the best option for the Jets is to tank - sit Darnold for the rest of the season and get the overall #1 which would be worth at a minimum two #1s and two #2's, and that's how you rebuild folks.

  6. 7 hours ago, Beerfish said:

    Please, Enunwa is one of the most overrated jet players of the last 5 years.

    This team is healthy enough to not stink out he joint.

    Good coaches do things to at least look good losing.

    The offense looks worse than the gailey, morton and bates offenses all of those with terrible o talent as well.

    This guy is supposed to be a good offensive coach.  Is he yet another one of these guys that will be good if you are 100% healthy and have he team stocked with pro bowlers?

    Yes Enuwa is overrated but having him in allowed Crowder to be in the slot - where he belongs.  The perpetual throwing short of the sticks (actually reminds me of Bruce Coslet) is inexcusable and a show of zero confidence in the OL and the QB.

  7. 1 hour ago, bitonti said:

    Contra Case

    Fans are giving 14 a pass because we can't consider the possibility he's not worth the Jerseys we all bought.

    Sam Darnold is a USC QB and has been living a college style lifestyle, finding the sweatiest 19 year olds to make out with at bridge and tunnel bars near Penn Station 

    Remind you of anyone? He's a hot dog and a headband away from Sanchito. 

    USC QB's motto should be "Hey, I'm only here for the Puss." 

    At least Joe Willy had the decency to disinfect his mouth properly with whiskey. 

    also he's never available. 2 years he's missed time. it's like all the selfishness of Sanchez with the durability of Chadwick 

    nice guy im sure. maybe next time they can draft someone who's seen snow before 


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  8. My brain tells me the Pats will shut Bell down (he will be held to under 40 yds rushing), sack Falk at least 5 times and pick him off twice, on D the jets will play bend but dont break so I expect several 12-14 play drives that will hold the scoring down a bit and the Pats will win by a final score of 34-0.  


    My heart tells me the Jets will put up an epic fight and keep the game relatively close - in other words I took the Jets and the points because in my heart I cant bear to think otherwise.

  9. 12 minutes ago, joewilly said:

    Not sure what year I traded passion & hope for cautious numbness but been a fan since 68 and travel to US for at least 1 game per year........got jets/dolphin tickets nov 3rd lol. 

    I will remain numb until the Johnsons sell the franchise. 

    3 things that will never happen:  The Johnson's selling the Jets, The Wilpon's selling the Mets and Jim Dolan selling the Knicks.  Why you ask?  Because all three owners are spoiled brats who have no desire to do anything but spend obscene amounts money on themselves, which is sustainable as long as they have endless amounts of cash flowing in from their sports franchises.

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  10. By the time the trade deadline (Oct 29), we will  at best, be 2-6.  Hopefully Joe Douglas has a brain and trades Le'Veon Bell and Robby Anderson.  We shud get a 2 and a 5 for Bell and a 4 for Robby.  I dont think anyone else on the team is worth much of anything, and you keep Mosely and Adams as defensive leaders.  My guess is with an easier final 8 we end up 6-10 or just on the fringe of the range of elite players coming out.  At least we would have a 1, two 2s, a 3 and two 4's and hopefully come away with 4 impact players- assuming Douglas is not another fraud.

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  11. 22 minutes ago, JoJoTownsell1 said:

    This is why drafting Saquon at the start of a rebuild was awfully stupid. By the time the Giants have this figured out Barkley will be in year 4 and demanding a monster contract that teams now realize are not a smart move. 

    If the Giants fall completely out of the playoff hunt the Giants would be wise to sit Barkley the last few games of the year. 

    They should trade Barkley for a haul, if anyone is willing to give up a haul for a RB.

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