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  1. No I don't think this is happening, we are locked into Wilson. But in a fantasy world I could see it happening if SF is willing to give up: - Garrapolo - The #3 pick - And their second rounder this year SF would have to pay a premium because we are cleaning out their cap by taking Garrapolo and giving them their top choice for QB (Wilson). It would work for the Jets because Garrapolo would take over at QB and make us better while allowing Fields to sit and learn. And another second rounder would allow Douglas to flood the roster with talent
  2. He has to go to a team with an established QB so he can sit for a year (SF, ATL, DET)
  3. For those who are basketball fans, a successful Jet season to me would be what the Knicks have done this year: - They had no positive expectations - An owner who was always mocked (Dolan) finally found a good GM (Rose) who hired a legitimate HC (Thibodeau) - That HC brought in a good player development staff that improved players before the season and most importantly during the season (Randle, Barrett, Burks, Robinson, Noel, Quickley) - They developed an identity in how they play (relentless defense) which allowed them to "punch above their weight" and hang aroun
  4. Amazing he was 21 last year with no pre-season games and he basically dominated from snap one. If he stays healthy he's going to be a terror for 10+ years
  5. All Kalil did was point out how horrid a decision Johnson and Maccagnan made in hiring Gase
  6. KRL

    CB Market

    Its also interesting to remember that one of the best cover 3 CB's, Richard Sherman was drafted in the fifth round
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    CB Market

    The lack of action in the CB market probably points to a pretty deep draft class. So the free agents still out there aren't going to get big offers. Early in free agency I didn't think we would be interested in Richard Sherman but now with OTAs coming up I could see Saleh wanting him so he can be an "extension of the coaching staff"
  8. If you could engage your brain cells you would know that the point I'm making is that the government has a history of saying "something is for the public good" but then doing the opposite. Its called analytical thinking, do some research
  9. People can do what they want, but if you think I'm going to have a team dictate my health decisions your crazy. On top of that who in the world would trust their health records being passed around on the internet on an app. I'm sure nothing could go wrong with that. In closing I've got two words for you: "Tuskegee Project"
  10. Could see it, but I wonder if the BAL connection Douglas, Alexander & Savage had gives him a grace period
  11. Ryan and Tannenbaum (early) were probably unified, before that it was when Parcells was HC and GM
  12. Agreed, that's why I can see us picking another DE at #23 or #34. If Mosley "wants to play" this year and he's in shape he could have a big year (a ton of ifs)
  13. With this being the case I could see us adding Richard Sherman as a vet resource
  14. https://www.si.com/nfl/2021/04/12/mmqb-brandon-staley-building-relationships-chargers-sam-darnold-trade Going through the Darnold process was really good for the Jets’ new powerbrokers. Through it, Joe Douglas and his top lieutenants (Rex Hogan, Chad Alexander and Phil Savage) had a great shot to see up close what Saleh and his coaches value in players. “No doubt,” said Douglas, when we talked Wednesday. “Obviously, you’re excited about Robert. And then you’re excited about this great staff of hires and teachers he’s bringing in. And then you’re excited about the defensive scheme,
  15. Good schematic article. I'm sure Saleh/Ulbrich will have wrinkles, but based on the player responsibilities the CB's won't be as "stressed" as in a man to man defense. Therefore we may not be looking for a CB that early: http://insidethepylon.com/football-101/glossary-football-101/2015/12/09/itp-glossary-cover-3/#:~:text=Cover 3 is a zone,or dime- backs) underneath.
  16. The premium positions are: Offense - QB - OLine Defense - Pass Rusher - CB All the other positions ability to succeed are dependent on those four groups
  17. This!!! The scheme makes the RB, SF had Breida, Mostert and Coleman (no names) and went to the SB
  18. Good research, that's why its important not to get wrapped up with "names"
  19. From these breakdowns Rondale Moore sounds like a "Tyreek Hill type" with hopefully no off field issues: https://www.nfl.com/prospects/rondale-moore/32004d4f-4f67-2093-7b5b-808e901606a0 https://www.si.com/nfl/draft/news/purdue-wide-receiver-rondale-moore-pro-day-reaction
  20. From these breakdowns Rondale Moore sounds like a "Tyreek Hill type" with hopefully no off field issues: https://www.nfl.com/prospects/rondale-moore/32004d4f-4f67-2093-7b5b-808e901606a0 https://www.si.com/nfl/draft/news/purdue-wide-receiver-rondale-moore-pro-day-reaction
  21. I guess because Hoyer was with SF in 2017 he's the choice? https://www.espn.com/nfl/player/stats/_/id/12477/brian-hoyer If he does come in its pretty obvious Wilson will be the day 1 starter, Smith here would've made it a legit camp competition
  22. Everything depends on how the board falls. Our #23 and #34 picks could easily be from the following position groups: - OLine - WR - TE - DE - CB Whichever group is thinner in talent should be picked first
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