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    Brown or Bell

    Fair point (especially about Jerry Rice). I probably should've said Antionio has a chance to be considered amont the GOAT when all is said and done. But I assume leaving Pittsburgh will hurt his legacy (and final statistics).
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    Brown or Bell

    Not sure this is the case with Antonio. Having a diva-malcontent WR is never a good idea when you're trying to develop your franchise QB. I love Antonio (possibly the GOAT), but we're not the right fit for him.
  3. I think you misunderstood Phil's point - Elite pass rushers are much more valuable than shut down corners. Can't really disagree with him when you see the Giants beat an undefeated and unbeatable Pats team with their pass rush, or when Denver used the same recipe to beat a heavily favorite Carolina team
  4. Couldn't disagree more. Corners get safety help and their job is made much easier when the QB doesn't have all day to throw the ball (thanks to elite pass rushers). Corners just can't effect the game the way a dominate edge rusher can. In today's NFL, QB's have so many passing options at wr/te/rb. Having a shut down corner has minimal effect (taking away 1 wr), whereas an elite pass rusher can take away all those options.
  5. I think drafting a 1st round RB is extremely foolish, if you don't have a solid offensive line in place.
  6. But isn't this an ongoing problem with running backs? They look great one year, and then fall off the cliff the next. Happens all too often.
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    Don't Sleep On Tevin Coleman

    Yes. But he was a bit of a dissapointment after Freeman went down Not the stud some people thought he would be.
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    Poll Adam Gase vs Matt Rhule

    Got to be honest, I can't believe the Jets were even considering Rhule (based on his resume). No way this fan base would approve of a college coach with limited success. Gase had the 2nd best credentials out of all the available candidates. And he fits the mold of a brilliant, young QB guru that everyone seems to want these days.
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    BREAKING: Jets going to hire Gase

    I'm just happy we aint getting an inexperienced college coach or another former defensive coordinator. McCarthy, Monken & Gase were the only 3 choices for me. Preferred the first 2, but I'll happily take Gase.
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    BREAKING: Jets going to hire Gase

    Historically speaking, Gase was the right pick. Look at most of the Super Bowl winning coaches over the past 10 years (Bellichek, Carrol, Coughlin & Kubiak). What do they all have in common? They succeeded their 2nd time around (and never one a championship during their first gig). Like it or not, there is a learning curve for coaches. Jets figured that out and made the right pick.
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    I think Monken is the primary target

    Great point. I'm actually excited about all of these potential hires (Monken, Kingsbury, McCarthy, etc..). I wouldn't even mind Gase. Not the case in 2015.
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    Kliff Kingsbury to interview with Jets

    That would be great. But are we really going to get excited about hiring coordinators? 1 good year and they're out the door.
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    Trumaine Johnson

    Agree about Antinio (even though he might be among the GOAT). But superstar-diva receivers usually aren't worth the trouble (especially when you're trying to develop your young stud QB). Build the O-line, get an edge rusher, re-sign Robbie, & sign Bell (or preferably Hunt).
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    Kliff Kingsbury to interview with Jets

    I'm all for Todd Monken. Did a great job as the Tampa offensive coordinator over the past 2 years and even has head coaching experience as the Southern Miss coach (taking them from 0-12 to 9-5). Not to mention that we're maintaing some coaching "continuity" by keeping the first name (going from Todd Bowles to Todd Monken). I hear the Johnson's consider this a big plus.
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    McCarthy Quarterback School

    Count me in too. And what people forget is that coming out of college, Aaron Rodgers wasn't considered a "can't miss" QB. McCarthy deserves a lot of credit for Rodgers's success.

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