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  1. 8 minutes ago, johnnysd said:

    He really is. He comes across to me as sort of that slick totally shifty dishonest preacher type that preys on peoples base emotions. Cannot see him lasting another year. Could easily be an in-season firing. Dodged a bullet with him only to be hit by a speeding bullet train.

    yea, he's exactly the type of guy I could hear uttering something like Positive Vibes Only and never producing results. 

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  2. 15 hours ago, Lith said:

    But he was still PFF's top ranked R1 offensive rookie from PS Week 1.  Did not watch any of this game, but based on these clips, PFF's evaluation would seem to be off.  

    PFF's primary purpose is not accuracy. It's attention. They have produced rankings/lists solely because they know it will cause uproar among fanbases and lead to attention. You can use PFF, but every single thing they do needs to be taken as a flawed/compromised effort.

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  3. 23 minutes ago, JiFapono said:

    In theory this might be true, but in practice, we dont really dont know yet.  You're putting a lot of stock into all the rookies and 2nd year players hitting and while I'm confident in a lot of them, it's way too soon to be trading away depth and talent from this team, IMO.  Especially with a team that is often injury riddled like the Jets.

    This is something that seems lost of people. Depth is really about having multiple options. Not "I need 3 linebacker and have 3 good ones so I'm set". What happens if one of those guys gets injured? Now your option are limited and if #4 is dog arse.. well, you have to play dog arse now. 

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  4. 19 minutes ago, munchmemory said:

    Yeah, I guess.  But who truly, in their hearts, believes Zach will make a monumental jump into the realm of a competent NFL QB?   Very few. The prospect of watching his play again this season just adds truck loads onto the mountain of my already staggering depression. 

    I don't, but the Arizona situation is incredibly rare. Going into year 3 with doubts would be awful.. look at Miami. They spent a TON of money to find out if Tua is the guy in year 3 (2022) and if he's not.. they're wasting a lot of expensive contracts and will be losing a lot of that defense after the 2022 and 2023 seasons if they have to start over with a rookie next season. Given the crazy amount of round 1-3 picks they've had.. that would be devastating for them.

    Jets have a very similar situation.. they got a crazy team to give them a ton of assets for a questionable player. If they are trying to answer the Wilson question in year 3.. well then we're back to Mac's rebuild of his own rebuild in 2024 even if Wilson shows he belongs. 

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  5. 3 hours ago, Integrity28 said:

    This is exactly what he means. Penalties are yardage. Look at how the Pats have leveraged penalties into a dynasty.

    Sorry he didn’t spell it out for everyone. 

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    No, everybody understood.. except for Quincy Williams who listened to it backwards. 

  6. 1 minute ago, bla bla bla said:

    I took that as "get in their head until they cause a penalty, then don't retaliate"

    He seems to be forgetting to tell them the 2nd part.. also the 1st part about waiting until the other causes a penalty and not just committing the penalty themselves. 

  7. Can someone explain to me the whole "JETS MEDICAL STAFF SUCKS!!!!" is now "ZACH WENT TO LA FOR SURGERY! WHAT A SLAP IN THE FACE TO THE JETS MEDICAL STAFF!" flip flop from people?

    The jets medical staff is likely where the recommendation came from.. they might be able to do the surgery, but it might be they have done 3k surgeries on shoulders and have a ton of experience there where the Rams guy has that kind of experience with knees. This isn't some fight for who *gets* to do it.. the doctors are going to go for the best possibility of the best result. 

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