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  1. from NJ.xom "The hashes are so much closer than college, so I feel like I can see the field a little bit clearer in a weird way," Darnold said. "It's really nice to be able to get that width and be able to see exactly what the coverage is. You can tell right away most of the time whether it's man or zone, which is really cool." It's a simple, quirky distinction between the pro and college games, but it's made a world of difference to Darnold. That's not to say that his ability to read an NFL defense – and then use that to efficiently run the Jets' West Coast offense – hasn't required plenty of preparation, though. "One of the things I've been working on in practice is determining man and zone, one high (safety) or two high (safeties)," Darnold said. "Just those simple things that help you so much in determining what side to go to because once you can eliminate one side and just work on one side, it makes the game a lot easier." And at times, Darnold did make the game look easy on Friday night. That was particularly true during his scoring drive, when he led the Jets on a 10-play, 64-yard crusade in the two-minute drill just before halftime. Darnold completed his first six passes and finished 7-of-8 on that drive, including a 15-yard TD to Charles Johnson on third-and-goal.
  2. It's not hard to see that this Darnold holdout is a planned collaboration between Jet's front office and Darnold's agent. This is all intended to protect Darnold from early pressure to perform under media and fan base expectations to start week 1. Now they are building this holdout as their excuse as to why Darnold will not be ready to start week 1. Expect to see him start first game, at Jacksonville, game 4, or at home game 5 against Denver Broncos.
  3. He’s not broke. Any bank will loan him any amount of money he wants knowing he is about to sign a multi million dollar contract. And he has insurance against injury. He has an agent. What do you think agents do?
  4. Jets' Sam Darnold report card | How did QB perform at minicamp? | NJ.com http://s.nj.com/4ceekYG
  5. Go someplace where somebody actually gives a **** what you think.
  6. Darnold may get a pass for sucking this year. He won't get 2 passes.
  7. I never said Marrone has 0.0 input. But the Jacquar owner has said Coughlin makes final decisions. From a Jacksonville report: Caldwell is the key to making the structure work. If he’s able to accept Coughlin now having FINAL SAY without becoming bitter or dissatisfied, there will be minimal problems. That doesn’t mean there won’t be disagreements -- there always are in any front office -- but they must not fester and become bigger issues.
  8. I may be wrong but I believe it was clarified when Macc and Bowles signed their initial contracts. Macc has final say over roster composition and Bowles decides who plays on Game day. Remember earlier this year when Macc signed a db and Bowles was not aware until advised by the media? LOL. Bowles never dressed him on game day.
  9. And Gronk and Gates are ALL TIME greats.
  10. Tom Coughlin and David Caldwell are the football decision makers, not Idzig and Marrone.
  11. Make a real pick Integrity, lol, so we can hold you accountable.
  12. If you were in a position where you had to select the number ONE OVERALL pick today, for the Jets, who would your selection be?
  13. Best move - having 100 million available in cap space.
  14. No way he's going in the top 8 draft board.
  15. Well let's then finish 4-12 and get the best possible draft pick.
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