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  1. I'm saying Bryce Huff starts over Jordan Jenkins
  2. I was surprised at how effective he was, I thought he was washed. If his legs are healthy he would be a good add
  3. Darnold stablized his play and improved but there were other reasons for the 6-2 second half: - Gase kept the locker room together - Williams developed a bunch of defensive "no names" and coordinated his butt off - Boyer coached up the special teams even with an erratic K and P
  4. Jones is the focal point of their defense, without him KC's defense is a joke: https://www.espn.com/nfl/player/stats/_/id/3044859/chris-jones Jones situation is like Bell not Adams. Jones played out his deal got tagged and if he doesn't get what he wants he can sit out with no penalty. Adams has two years left on his deal and is throwing a "social media tantrum" trying to get a new deal
  5. Hmm, there are no sports and I want to generate hits to my twitter feed. Let me jump on the stupid side of the Jamal Adams "debate" and back him up. Maybe Adams will see it and re-tweet it and I can go viral. Sounds familiar??? See through these dumb narratives
  6. Cute story that totally doesn't wash. Because if its so necessary that Adams gets his money now why did he publish that list of 7-8 teams that he would go to without getting an extension? His camp is trying to clean up the mess his mouth/social media has caused, not working
  7. I'm thinking out of the box. it would've been easy to go with "chalk". Fatukasi's snap get off was crazy last year. Phillips was way more athletic and disruptive than Anderson was. Onwuasor's chemistry and production with Mosley in BAL will give him the edge at ILB: https://www.espn.com/nfl/player/stats/_/id/2576761/patrick-onwuasor And even though Jenkins re-signed he wasn't a top priority for Douglas. In fact it was assumed he was gone, I think Huff's speed off the edge will excite the defensive staff
  8. DLine - Williams, Fatukasi (his timing of the snap is crazy), Phillips LB - Basham, Mosley, Onwuasor (his chemistry with Mosley), Huff
  9. Link to the presser: https://www.newyorkjets.com/audio/adam-gase-offseason-conference-call-6-26
  10. Mehta is getting owned after Gase's presser. Everyone on the beat is tweeting what Vaccaro wrote because the coward didn't show up: Mike Vaccaro@MikeVacc · 1h The most essential part of being a sports columnist is being accountable. Rule #1: you rip someone, be available to that person as soon as possible so they can refute and rebut you if they so desire. Always. Sometimes it’s uncomfortable. Tough. To do otherwise is pure cowardice.
  11. If true, give me Deebo Samuel, a 2021 #1 and a 2022 #3 https://www.espn.com/nfl/player/stats/_/id/3126486/deebo-samuel Or Kendrick Bourne, a 2021 #1, a 2021 #4 and a 2022 #2 https://www.espn.com/nfl/player/stats/_/id/3045523/kendrick-bourne
  12. As truthful as the Logan Ryan and Kyle Long signings he "broke"
  13. To me this is a total plant story to try to make Adams look good. Everyone knows Gase isn't liked by the fanbase, so what do you do? Plant a vague story pointing blame at Gase hoping to shift the narrative in support of Adams. I don't buy it, everyone knows Williams runs the defense and the only player who had an issue with him was Trumaine Johnson. Enough said
  14. Players, stop saying its just business if you can't understand the business climate: https://www.si.com/nfl/2020/06/22/covid-impact-market-jamal-adams-dak-prescott • With Jamal Adams’s contract situation in the news, it’s certainly worth looking into how slow the pace of veteran extensions has been in general this offseason. Digging through it, I could find just three examples of guys getting big-time extensions with years left on their deals since America went into lockdown, without a trade being part of it (DeForest Buckner and Darius Slay got paid as part of trades). One was Panthers RB Christian McCaffrey, another was Texans OT Laremy Tunsil and a third was Bills S Jordan Poyer (whose deal was done before things went really crazy). Meanwhile, contract-year stars like Joey Bosa, Jalen Ramsey, Ronnie Stanley, Ryan Kelly, Alvin Kamara, Dalvin Cook, Chris Godwin, George Kittle, Keenan Allen, Patrick Peterson, Von Miller, and, yes, Adams are waiting for theirs. So the natural question: Is this COVID-related? And the answer is yes. The looming revenue shortfall doesn’t just make cash an issue for some teams, it also makes projecting the cap a problem. If there are big losses in 2020, that means the league and union will have to borrow from future years to keep the 2021 cap level to this year, which could mean ramifications reaching into 2022 and ’23. You may remember back in 2010 and early ’11, teams were hesitant do long-term deals for guys because of salary cap uncertainty. Same thing, to a degree, this year. Which might mean a lot of guys waiting a while for deals. And that could add an interesting twist to the seasons of some teams.

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