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  1. 1 minute ago, Integrity28 said:

    Watching the Pats game last night, the team that could tackle, won the game. The Pats looked fundamentally where they needed to be to start the season. The Cards looked un-ready for contact. Jets too, in a lot of ways. It's the new CBA, some teams just come in and take a month to stop being pussies.

    Yep, meanwhile the opposite was true of Edelman and the other white receivers on the pats. Very slippery. We better get our sh*t together sooner than later.

     

    Off topic: Did it seem as if the Bengals' game plan was directed away from Calvin Pryor? I know the one play he got hurt, the ball wasn't near him. Yet, he came back in and I don't think I heard his name all game. Either that or he too couldn't get off his blocks.


  2. On 9/4/2016 at 2:48 PM, T0mShane said:

    I keep seeing this repeated in various outlets as though it were fact, but every time I've seen Petty play this year, it's been generally positive stuff, other than the one awful pass in Game 3. Am I missing something, or is this just the parroted hate-speech from derp-blogs who are intent on rallying around the Hackenberg pick? 

    He had a streak where he didn't complete a pass in TC for something like 2 days before the PS started. From there on out, it was all positive stuff.


  3. 1 minute ago, Villain The Foe said:

    What do you think, NE as well? The Pats did make that trade with the Cards for Jonathan Cooper who ended up getting injured. 

    Pats traded a fourth and Josh Kline to Philly, and received Eric Rowe in return, I believe. Now they're trying to flip Kline

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  4. 1 hour ago, Smashmouth said:

    I would love to see more of this kid on the outside with Decker working the slot ...this would be a very similar situation to what Decker did in Denver with Thomas and Sanders on the outside. I say move Enunwa to full time TE . Yes I think Anderson is that good. Also in 4 and 5 wide receiver sets our offense is going to be extremely hard to deal with.

    Charon Peake and Robbie Anderson all need to be on this roster. If it means cutting guys like Milliner then we need to do it. Im sick of holding on to this dead wood I also expect nothing out of Devin Smith because of the 4 or 5 deep passes Fitz threw to him last year he did a horrible job adjusting to the football and that's something that Robbie Anderson excels at.

    I believe a guy like Robbie Anderson can make this offense elite

    Hate to be that guy but Sanders joined the Broncos after Decker left. While Decker was still there, they had Welker in the slot. Anyway, I like what you're thinking, and Anderson is clearly capable of being outside. 

     

    I'm still in the Marshall is getting cut boat, dude had maybe double the amount of drops Amaro had, and he muffed two punts. I'm all for bringing him in for PS, keeping Ross for this season, and bringing up Marshall next year. He's definitely a good KR. I would think the team values both Ross and Marshall right now as returners, and I doubt they keep two on the 53. I think it's Peake Ross Anderson Enunwa Decker and B Marshall

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  5. 3 minutes ago, JETSfaninNE said:

    and put the ball only where the receiver can make a play.  When a comeback route is the 5th route in the progression a normal throw could easily be picked by the corner as he has time to make a break on the ball.

     

    Just now, BroadwayJets said:

    Yeah, he went through them awfully quick, but it's also a positive if he ruled out some options pre snap based on the coverage he was seeing. And I totally agree, he showed some things that he can build off of, and some things he'll need to address and improve. Can't be disappointed in that, let's hope we see some more good things tonight.

    Yeah I really liked the placement. I don't think he was in the pocket for over 3 seconds though, which leads me to believe that the bold was the case, which is a good thing IMO.

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  6. Just now, Beerfish said:

    Agreed, one would need to look at the film I guess to see if any of those earlier progressions were actually there for him nor not,  If you get too used at getting to that level of progression you will get killed in this league.  Hey I was happy the guy got a chance to play and show something, imo you need to something from a player early in his career and his 1st drive was good.

    Yeah, he went through them awfully quick, but it's also a positive if he ruled out some options pre snap based on the coverage he was seeing. And I totally agree, he showed some things that he can build off of, and some things he'll need to address and improve. Can't be disappointed in that, let's hope we see some more good things tonight.


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    "I thought the one incompletion was a good ball," he said. "Every time we had run that play, I'd never gotten back to that read. It was a situation where [the Giants] were running the right defense for it. And I had to get all the way back to my fifth progression.

    On his first NFL snap ever, he got to his fifth progression, and threw a nice ball that was dropped by Worthy. It's impressive that he was comfortable enough to do that, considering the beating he took the last two years at State College.

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  8. 52 minutes ago, Beerfish said:

    This is one reason I have been overly critical of the hackenburg pick.  i like our coach and gm and really before the draft didn't like Hack as a prospect at all.  Once they used a 2nd rounder on him it links them to that player in a big way.

    It seems backwards to me that a GM could be drafting good players year in and year out (not necessarily talking about Mac), but because he drafted a project QB 50th overall, his job is hanging by the results that pick. Quarterbacks are the hardest positions to land, and we should know that more than any fans. Jets fans should be fine with just some stability if the GM is nailing every other position. He could have been taken two or thirty picks later than that, we'll never know. Cody Kessler was taken in the third round.

    Obviously, we want the best QB, and obviously, the FO would make the moves necessary to acquire such a player if it were easy. It's not easy, and he didn't trade up twenty spots for a guy getting beat out by Case Keenum and Sean Mannion. There's middle ground between mortgaging a future for a QB and taking a project QB 50 spots later, and still managing to get solid players after that pick (I guess there's a valid argument about Lynch somewhere in this middle ground). I just think even if Hack doesn't pan out, Mac is playing this QB situation the right way. 

     

     

     

    Disclaimer to all and not necessarily Beerfish: A rebuttal that includes Dak Prescott is not accurate because Dak Prescott hasn't played a down in the NFL yet, nor is it possible to evaluate pre-draft how a QB would react when thrown into the fire.   


  9. They likely have the best roster in the NFL. Aside from C and the vacant ROT position left by Smith, that will be filled up by Ogbeuhi, they're pretty much above average at every position. Won't be an easy game for us, but luckily, they will not have Eifert and Burfict. Their run game is not great, and I expect that we'll have no trouble stopping the run, so doubling AJ shouldn't come back to haunt us. I think this will be a low scoring game. 10-7 type of score. Luckily our pass catchers exceed their secondary, because unless Fitz implodes, we should win this game. Need our D to play lights out.


  10. 1 minute ago, YankeeJet22 said:

    For the most part, i agree.  But I find it interesting that J Marshall is getting reps with the first team. I can see them using Ross as the kick & punt returner until Devin Smith returns, while grooming Marshall for that role.  Ross would then be expendable.  In addition, Marshall was a QB in high school. He'd be perfect for any trick plays on offense.

    Yeah I absolutely wouldn't rule out PS because everything about him thus far has been excellent except for the drops. And that is a solid point about the trick plays. I remain a believer in that Bowles' likes his vets, and that Ross would have an upper hand automatically. I think both of them are going to see a lot of the field on Thursday and battle it out.

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