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  1. this is the guy you should be excited for
  2. Safe to assume these are the same posters who were so passionate about how bad Josh Allen and Lamar Jackson were going to be?
  3. Also just to add the hype is real. I browse these boards often. All I read was jets need to keep losing for Trevor all season. Now there are fans on here stating wilson is better than Trevor.
  4. When the jets won a game was still happy with it because it meant Fields would be our future. Out of nowhere came the wilson hype train. I still don't get it and I somewhat chalk it up to a covid off-season. A lot of great posts have already mentioned why I agree the pick should be fields. Fields as a young player will be able to score points with the added dimension of being a runner, extending plays, while developing as a thrower. Will be the best athlete on our offense. Will be a huge plus in 2 minute and 4 minute offenses when we have a lead. Prepped for disappointment but stil
  5. Re up. Deserves it and was the enforcer last year. He was blowing people up all year
  6. Any posters able to show how Bryce Huff fits in the new Jets defensive scheme. Is Bryce a better fit in the new scheme compared to Greg William's scheme. 6'3 255, had 2 sacks in I assume limited actions. Is he a potential Shaq Barrett was also an UDFA. https://www.nfl.com/prospects/bryce-huff/32194855-4609-0844-68b1-6617441eaa57
  7. Taking out all these analytics, watching Wilson I just don't see his play in college translate to the NFL. Doesn't move the needle at all. Don't see anything special. What am I missing? From what I've seen, he has all day to throw, receivers are either wide open or winning 50/50 balls. And I don't see the athleticism. Please enlighten me. Where are the throws and skills that will translate.
  8. https://nypost.com/2021/02/08/todd-bowles-not-brady-is-the-true-super-bowl-2021-mvp/ Tom Brady was awarded the hardware as the Most Valuable Player in Super Bowl LV on Sunday night in Tampa. As he always does, Brady gets the accolades and the superstar-treatment hero worship. But Brady — and anyone else who watched the Buccaneers’ dominant 31-9 win over the defending-champion Chiefs at Raymond James Stadium — knows who the true MVP of the game was. It was Todd Bowles. Yes, Jets fans, that Todd Bowles. Of course, the players play the game. And the Buccaneers player
  9. Remember todd Bowles had Mike Macagnan as his GM. Who gave him Fitz geno and hack at QB. Not saying Bowles is or will be a great head coach but there is no argument. No one wins anything with that combo. Congrats to him.
  10. Please be right on the jets drafting fields. How about Wesco at FB? Seems like a great scheme fir there
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