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  1. Cute that they're sticking to the "company line" but Williams is a JAG. They're probably hoping someone will be desperate and trade a pick for him
  2. CLE loved Mayfield's "swagger/attitude" and he did wonders for them last year. But a smart HC would've taken control of him last off-season and told him to cut it out with all the off field social media "battles". It takes too much work to be a good QB in this league and nonsense should be cut out. Mayfield is another example of how QB's shouldn't be "annointed" as great because of ONE good year https://www.espn.com/nfl/player/stats/_/id/3052587/baker-mayfield
  3. Agreed, he also would've had his first sack but he whiffed when Wentz ducked in the pocket
  4. Everything on offense is connected. If a QB doesn't know where to go with the ball, holds it too long and is immobile the OLine will give up sacks. A number of sacks from yesterday were on Falk's lack of skills. Also, if Falk got extra reps in practice NOTHING was going to change. He's a practice squad QB trying to run an offense and he can't. Watching the KC/IND game last night illustrated a few of those points. Because Mahomes got his legs banged up he was immobile, held the ball too long and got sacked a ton. He looked nothing like his MVP self
  5. After watching this offense without Darnold, I remember this from one of my camp notes. Unfortunate that nothing changed: https://forums.jetnation.com/topic/145764-krl-camp-notes-72519/?tab=comments#comment-4138113 Concerns - Inaccuracy of the backup QB's - Offense didn't function well when Darnold wasn't under center
  6. Anyone who didn't think this game was going to be a blowout was delusional. The day Sam Darnold was ruled out with mono this game was over. The offense knows they can't compete with Luke Falk as a starter. And it showed in their body language, you didn't see frustration you saw resignation with the numerous turnovers and three and outs. A bit of credit to the defense for hanging in there and playing with emotion as they were constantly on the field. Considering that the three turnovers led directly to 21 points they held PHI to 10 points, not bad: - Nice to see Quinnen Williams back and making some plays. He blew a layup sack as he whiffed on Wentz but at least he was in PHI backfield a number of times. He has to build on this game, because by the end of the year he has to be a consistent DLine playmaker - Why??? Because Leonard Williams is the "jaggiest of JAGs". Another game where his name was never called other than being hit with penalties. What a HUGE disappointment - Why was Trumaine Johnson let out of the doghouse??? I would rather see if Nate Hairston can develop into something by the end of the year. No more old high priced free agent CBs!!! Only CB's 27 years old or younger from now - Neville Hewitt continues to step up in CJ Mosley's absence. Another 10 tackles, TFL and a QB hit in his reps - Tarell Basham (5 tackles, 2 TFL) and Jordan Willis (2 QB hits) flashed some edge pressure - Brian Winters is bad, that is all - Chuma Edoga was spun around on way too many plays - Luke Falk is not an NFL QB at this point. Holds the ball too long, below average arm strength and seems totally overwhelmed. Other than that he's terrific - LeVeon Bell is being wasted, his talents are still there and he show glimpses but he can't overcome the dreck at OLine & QB If Sam Darnold isn't cleared this week prepare for another dumpster fire against DAL
  7. No surprise about Allen's performance, he is what he is. A physical freak who is inaccurate and turnover prone. Also, Allen's "superman running routine" knocked him out for this game and probably the next one if he got a concussion. BUF defense is legit if anything what Darnold did against them with mono (28/41 for 175 yards and 1 TD) is more impressive now
  8. In my book QB's need to be a starter for at least three years in the league before they can be considered for the Elite category. Mahomes isn't there yet
  9. This should stir up a lively debate, here's how I rank the present starting QB's: Elite Brady (NE) Roethlisberger (PIT) Brees (NO) Wilson (SEA) Rodgers (GB) Elite In Time Mahomes (KC) Good Rivers (LAC) Watson (HOU) Prescott (DAL) Wentz (PHI) Ryan (ATL) Newton (CAR) Goff (LAR) Average Dalton (CIN) Foles (JAX) Carr (OAK) Cousins (MIN) Stafford (DET) Below Average Mariota (TEN) Winston (TB) Keenum (WSH) Flacco (DEN) To Be Determined Darnold (NYJ) Allen (BUF) Rosen (MIA) Mayfield (CLE) Jackson (BAL) Brissett (IND) Jones (NYG) Trubisky (CHI) Murray (ARZ) Garrapolo (SF)
  10. Darnold is an unproven QB who has shown flashes of talent in a year plus 1 game. With him contracting mono, even the one game he played this year was compromised. Darnold had an impressive summer but I surely never "crowned him" a finished franchise QB. All these "hot takes" on second year QB's is stupid, franchise QB's ONLY show themselves over time. And no one from the 2018 class has proven anything yet, even the "great" Josh Allen
  11. Let the BUF troll have his fun. Their history is they jump on QB's and announce them as "the one" way too early. It hasn't worked out since Jim Kelly: - Bledsoe - Edwards - Fitzpatrick - Losman - Manuel - Taylor Allen definitely has elite physical tools BUT unless he addresses his issues he'll remain a "show" and never become a "franchise QB": - Inaccurate - Erratic arm - He's a one read and run QB - Turnover prone - When pressured he steps away from the pocket instead of into the pocket - He runs too much and it will catch up to him. Look at Cam Newton all that "robo QB" running has caught up to him and his body is breaking down
  12. Amazing how people forget that!!! When Mosley was on the field he was totally inept
  13. The media is so tired. They do the same "shampoo, rinse & repeat" for EVERY player that has a hot start. Last year it was Mayfield and now they are calling him overrated. QB's are only judged to be great over time, not 1 game or even 1 season
  14. It couldn't come soon enough!!! At least for one week the pain of watching this team can subside!!! The question is once this week is over are we going to be subjected to 13 more weeks of this dreck??? Special Teams - How sad is this? Lachlan Edwards almost has the same number of punts (24) that the two backup QB's have in completions (35)!!! Edwards has become a consistent punter unfortunately we've seen way too much of him - With the offense being so bad Sam Ficken has only had three kicks (1 FG, 2 PAT). He's made them all so he's way ahead of the kickers who've been cut - Trenton Cannon is the touchback king and Braxton Berrios has become the "Latino Jeremy Kerley" with all his fair catches. They've done nothing in terms of flipping field position Defense - When is CJ Mosley coming back??? In the 40 minutes he's played the defense pitched a shutout, generated four turnovers and scored twice. Since Mosley has left the field the defense gave up a 16-0 lead and allowed 23 and 30 points. Mosley is a DC on the field without him this defense has no shot - Blake Cashman (14 Tackles, .5 Sack, 3.5 TFL) and Neville Hewitt (21 Tackles, 2 Sacks, 3 TFL, 1 INT) have stepped up in their increased reps. Once Mosley comes back that could become an interesting trio to watch on the second level - When is Quinnen Williams coming back??? The #3 pick in the draft needs to get on the field and display the talents he showed at Alabama because no one on the DLine is making an impact. Which is just another indictment on Leonard Williams and his career where he's defining himself as a JAG. Incredible that he's making $14 million for basically doing nothing. Hopefully Quinnen Williams can finally break the cycle of high wasted DLine picks which has plagued this team since 2012 - Trumaine Johnson has become another wasted high price free agent CB. Hopefully Joe Douglas and his staff learn from the organization's past mistakes (Revis, Johnson) and don't go after older CB's in free agency - Brian Poole and Nate Hairston have shown promise at CB. Hopefully that continues and they can be part of a revamped CB position in the future Offense - What offense??? Its been a total breakdown in all phases which has led to a performance worse than a JV high school team. Granted Sam Darnold hasn't been available, but its time Adam Gase earns his money by creating a functional NFL offense - Darnold's absence has exposed the deficiencies on all levels: 1. The OLine can not protect a traditional pocket passing QB. Darnold covers their weaknesses with his mobility and pocket presence 2. Poor pass protection makes the receivers ineffective/worthless 3. The opposing defense has no respect for Trevor Siemian & Luke Falk. They don't fear them so they overload the box with 8 or 9 defenders and dare them to do anything 4. An overloaded box has made it impossible to run the ball. So LeVeon Bell's talents can't fully be used - Darnold hopefully will be back after the bye but its unfair to expect that he alone will fix these issues. OLine changes need to be considered, Ryan Kalil and Brian Winters have been two of the biggest culprits. Will Gase ignore their contracts and go to Jonotthan Harrison, Alex Lewis or Tom Compton??? Now back to a relaxing week without Jet football
  15. Pure bad luck, during camp I reported the team did mid-practice conditioning (gassers) daily. They weren't eating donuts and goofing off

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