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  1. That definitely affects the players, but how it affects the fans might be a different story. I’m not trying to impose my views on anyone else, I just think that personally, I’d be OK with it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. I’ve thought about that. I wonder how that affects season ticket holders (like myself) I’d also imagine that the prices for tickets might sky rocket (or might be dirt cheap because no one wants to go). Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. I have to tell you, I watched UFC last night and watching them fighting in an empty arena did not bother me at all. I think I’d be perfectly fine watching football in an empty stadium Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. First game against Buffalo - loss 2nd game - 49ers -loss 3rd Game -Colts - win (Phillip Rivers looked shot last year) Game 4 Broncos - win Game5 Cardinals - win. (I'm not sold on Murray coming into Metlife and their defense still sucks) Game6 At Chargers - win Game 7 Bills at home - Win Game 8 at Chiefs - loss Game 9 Pats - win Game10 at Miami - loss (the Jets annual screw up game) Game 11 Miami - win Game 12 Raiders - win Game 13 at Seahawks - loss Game 14 at Rams - loss Game 15 Browns - win Game 16 Pats - loss 9-7 and the 7th playoff seed.
  5. Why is everyone so high on Buffalo? Jets barely lost to them in last year's opener with Darnold playing with mono and Kaare Vedvik missing kicks that were the difference in the score.
  6. I agree, but I think by 2021, Mims will (hopefully) be the #1 WR. A trio of Mims, Juju and Crowder is a very nice WR corp.
  7. Suprisingly, there are stories coming out of Pittsburgh that the Steelers probably won't resign JJSS, who is a free agent after this year: https://steelerswire.usatoday.com/2020/05/02/options-for-pittsburgh-steelers-wr-juju-smith-schuster/ https://www.fantasypros.com/nfl/news/256579/juju-smith-schuster-beat-writer-considers-it-unlikely-pit-re-signs-him.php If you weren't aware, Darnold & JJSS were teammates for 2 years at USC. JJSS is a big fan of Darnold (and apparently of Jamal Adams): https://www.newyorkjets.com/video/pro-bowl-wr-juju-smith-schuster-sam-darnold-is-a-great-locker-room-guy I would love to see Darnold throwing to JJSS and Mims for the next 5-6 years. Something to file away and keep an eye on. I fixed the title so some of you would not be so butt hurt.
  8. More than 1 of you guys said it, so I'm not going to quote, but the cover 3 zones the team will be able to run while allowing these long CBs to press at the line then drop into zones is going to be a tough D. Jets really are only 1 pass rusher away from making this a scary defense.
  9. Jets secondary makes the list. https://www.pff.com/news/nfl-10-most-improved-units-after-the-2020-nfl-draft-and-free-agency "The Jets’ secondary was by no means bad in 2019 … it was just a bit top-heavy. They had one of the best safety duos in the NFL in Jamal Adams and Marcus Maye — both of whom ranked among the top-20 highest-graded safeties in coverage last year — to go along with one of the league’s most underrated slot cornerbacks in Brian Poole. But it was murky other than that, and their coverage as a whole suffered as a result. Luckily for them, they got Bryce Hall 158th overall in the draft. A Week 7 injury destroyed Hall’s stock somewhat, but he has the makings of a potential steal if his health is in order — he has some of the best ball skills we have ever seen and actually produced the highest forced incompletion percentage in the two seasons before he got hurt. They also picked up Pierre Desir after the Colts released him. Desir has had an up-and-down career and is coming off a rough season that was hindered by injury, but he produced the 18th-highest grade at his position in 2018. This was a great low-risk, high-reward signing by the Jets. And while safety wasn’t a huge need for the team, when a guy like Ashtyn Davis is available at pick No. 68, you take him. Davis was considered the best single-high safety in the class in our eyes — he is a rare athlete and former track star at Cal. If I were Gregg Williams, I’m tweaking the defense to ensure Adams, Maye and Davis are all on the field at the same time for the Jets, because that would be an absolute headache for opposing quarterbacks."
  10. It's funny, I started researching Samuel b/c its been a few years since he was drafted (even though he is only 23). 1) He's from Brooklyn, so he'd be coming home if traded to the Jets. 2) Samuel ran a 4.31 at the combine. It probably won't happen, but he is a nice fit for a variety of reasons.
  11. It's ironic. I was watching and wondering why the hell they were asking a guy that big to cut block. That being said, he showed some nice agility getting low enough to cut block at his size.
  12. The Samuel kid from Carolina is allegedly on the block. 23 years old, YAC guy who gets used on a lot of gadget plays. Sounds like a Gase type.

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