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  1. So the Jets don't have a head coach in mind, but they already know what OC they want to force on a yet unhired head coach. Yeah, that makes sense.
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    Jonah Williams

    This is realistic. As much as we will hate it, I can also see the Jets going with Greedy at 5.
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    mock offseason

    @Paradis, it really is difficult to hit a lot of "home runs" in the simulator. Also, I try to be reasonable with the drafts. For example, I had Jachai Polite available for my second rounder, but we all know he isn't going to be there, so I didn't pick him.
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    mock offseason

    Lol, you asked for it Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    mock offseason

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    mock offseason

    What do you think about Jonah? He’s arguably the best offensive prospect in the draft. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    mock offseason

    Although Risner is listed at 6'5", he seems a little shorter to me.
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    mock offseason

    #71, playing RT (frequently against Montez Sweat, a 1st round edge prospect)
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    mock offseason

    @sec101row23 , you are right about WR. I tried to get Lockett as well, but he wanted too much $$$. Although Risner is currently playing RT, I think he is athletic enough to play on the other side. I'd prefer Paradis to Morse (especially at over 7 a year), but Paradis resigned with Denver in my simulation.
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    Jonah Williams

    @Lith
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    Jonah Williams

    Dude, I'm struggling since draft breakdown went down.
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    Jonah Williams

    I can't friggin believe it, but it appears that we are headed for another top 5 pick. I think most of us want offense with the first round pick and many of the online boards think Williams is the best offensive prospect in the draft.
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    mock offseason

    @RobR I still love ya re Savage, we needed a vet backup QB. I can't go into next season with being an ACL tear away from 16 games of Davis Webb. If not Savage, is Trevor Sieman that much of an upgrade? I tried to sign Sieman first, but he wanted too much $$$. Davis, Harrison, Ijalana and Hewitt were strictly depth signings. You can flip them for other vet minimum salary depth signings and I'd be fine with it. Hewitt was better than you are giving him credit for during the preseason. Re Bell, yeah, I completely understand your point. I think there are arguments for and against signing him. That being said, he was the best skill position player available in FA and, at the end of the day, we need a better offense and we have money to burn. I agree with you about Leo, but I offered 9 million a year for 4 years and he took it, so I came in slightly below the numbers you quoted.
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    mock offseason

    @Lith I technically added 4 OL (I drafted a C/G in the mid rounds). Risner plays LT for KSU, so he was my tackle upgrade. The way the board fell for my first round pick, he was the best OL available. The FA options for tackle were trash. I would keep Robby, but for whatever reason, the software didn't include him. Despite all the players I signed, I had 34 million left in cap room, so I could definitely fit Anderson in. Re Patterson, I wish I could show you the board when the pick came up. There just were not a lot of options. If we can develop Patterson, he is a long term back or someone we can flip for a pick in the future. Remember, I used the New Orleans 3rd rounder on Patterson. That pick was the next to last pick in the round (almost a 4th rounder). My second rounder came down to WR v. edge rusher. I went with edge rusher because a) I think we have more young talent at WR then edge & b) next year's WR class is supposed to be loaded (like 2014 loaded).
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    mock offseason

    Hi all. I decided to run a mock offseason through Fanspeak. For a one time fee, you get to use their ultimate gm feature, which allows you to cut, restructure, resign free agents, sign other teams free agents and draft. CUTS Kevin Pierre Louis - we can replace him with Neville Hewitt or a draft pick, saves about 2.5 million. Spencer Long - cause he is bloody awful. RESTRUCTURE AND RESIGN Leonard Williams - I don't want to pay him 14 million next year, but I don't want to waive him either. I extended for 4 years at a lower salary. Quincy Enunwa - His injuries allowed me to bring him back at 8.5 for 3 years Jonathan Harrison, Dakota Dozier, Henry Anderson, Ben Ijalana, Neville Hewitt- cheap depth resignings. FREE AGENTS Tom Savage (5 million per for 2 years) - With McCown retiring, Jets will need a vet. Savage has a connection to Mac from his Houston days. Le'Veon Bell (13.5 for 4 years) - Some of you are going to kill me for the money and years, but the Jets need elite players on offense. Tyrell Williams (10 for 3 years) - Big outside target for our young QB. Mitch Morse (5 for 4 years) - young, above average center who will be the team's best center since Mangold. Dee Ford (10 for 3 years) - It came down to Ford v. Fowler. Ford (when healthy) has been a better player. Ford is killing it this year. Rodger Saffold (10 for 3) - elite guard who will play between Beachum and Morse while keeping Darnold clean. Maxx Williams (5 for 3) - above average tight end who is still young and will provide depth behind Herndon. Za'Darius Smith (5 for 2) - Depth edge signing who will compete with Jenkins (and possibly a rookie) to start across from Ford. Ronald Darby (11 for 4) - Claiborne was asking for too many years, so I went with the younger (24 years old) option. DRAFT I traded back from 7 to 16 so I could pick up a second round pick Round 1 - LT DALTON RISNER - LT prospect who could start in place of Winters right away and take over for Beachum next year. KANSAS STATE Round 2 - EDGE BRIAN BURNS - Good edge rusher (9 sacks so far this year) who can start off on passing downs while he fills out his body down the road to be an every down player FLORIDA STATE Round 3 - TE T.J. HOCKENSON - underrated prospect due to playing next to Noah Fant. IOWA Round 3 - QB SHEA PATTERSON - good prospect to develop into a backup or to trade down the road. MICHIGAN Round 4 - C/G GARRETT BRADBURY - more OL NC STATE Round 5 - LB TROY DYE - very good athlete who can help right away on special teams. OREGON Round 7 - WR TYRE BRADY - good developmental WR prospect. MARSHALL

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