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  1. Don't beat yourself up. McCown ain't all that. We won 5 games last year with Fitzpatrick. With or without McCown we were winning something similar this year. Maybe 4 wins with Petty, so one extra win. We were never in play realistically for the number one pick, because..Cleveland. What has hurt us this year is the Giants imploding, and Luck going down injured. With NYG and Indianapolis falling off the cliff, even the second available QB was unlikely with Petty.
  2. Broken hand for McCown

    This could be our Mo Lewis/Drew Bledsoe moment?
  3. Not using a time-out before the half with a minute on the clock tells you all you need to know about they think of McCowns abilities.
  4. 3rd and 7, down 23, hand off to Forte. What is the point of anything anymore? FML.
  5. What is Brad Smith up to?
  6. Start the Hack next week.
  7. *throws remote across the room. Just bench the OAP please.
  8. Not really. Tampa and Houston could have joined us on 5-8 with a win. Could have been useful to move up a slot or two.
  9. LOL. Siemian, or whatever his name runs for the first down on 3rd and 8. Pity the Texans, Buccs, Colts lost earlier. We could do with some help in the tankathon. At least there are plenty of other nice games going on. Rams Eagles looks good. Jags Seahawks.
  10. Cousins should be the target

    Cousins has looked great any time I have the Redskins this year. I'd sign him in a heart-beat for 22-25m. As much as I love Darnold or Rosen, it is hard not to believe Cousins + Barkley/McGlinchey wouldn't improve our offense more than Darnold/Rosen + any other offensive players available in free agency.
  11. Jets very alive in playoff hunt

    Everyone is happy this weekend. The play-off hopefuls see the Bills, Titans, Raiders and Dolphins lose. The pro-tank crowd see the Texans, Bengals, Chargers and Broncos lose. We should have more bye weeks, we literally can't lose.
  12. Sunday Games Thread

    I usually like to watch late night Sunday night games. But tonight's are unwatchable. One is the usual Patriot blow-out. Another is the car crash horror show that is the 2017 Buffalo Bills. The only close game is between the 3-6 Denver Broncos and the 3-6 Cincinnati Bengals. I tried watching a bit of this, but life is too short to subject yourself to Brock Osweiler. The AFC Championship this year is the weakest it has been in living memory.
  13. Sunday Games Thread

    Good day for the tank*. Chargers hold on here and it is all good. Buffalo might not be winning too many more games, which could be a concern. * not sure who we tanking for.
  14. Jets D Dancing in 3rd Quarter

    Great moment, I can't stop smiling when I see that. I was as pro-tank as anyone. On board for Suck for Sam and all of that. But this team are playing their hearts out. They are playing for each other, playing for their head coach, and playing for us. They are not the greatest team in the world but they are competitive. I don't think you can ask for much more. In the long run, the collective swagger and belief you get from moments like these, plus whatever mid-round pick in the first round we end up with, will be better than the sixth or seventh pick we could have got if we lost last night. We were never getting a top three pick. We were always too good for that, even if some of us didn't realize. p.s. I love Jamal Adams.
  15. Scouting the qbs for next year thread

    Darnold looks lost out there. The pick and the fumble are bad enough, but his sullen 'deer in the headlights' look on the sideline doesn't exactly scream leadership material either. Darnold has the physical tools, but mentally he isn't ready to take over a game like this. His lack of starts is showing. He has a big decision to make. He probably should stay another year, but I'm not sure that coaching ticket in USC is the one to show-case what he can do. If he comes out, on the right team and with the right coaching, he has enough raw materials to succeed in the NFL, but as things stand he would be a reach if selected in the top 10-15 in next year's draft.