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  1. that would be perfect - Jamal would hate it and it would improve our pick in 2022.
  2. my point is that you need a good/great QB, but we should take the trade stock if it is enough, and then draft the replacement in 2022 or 2023. If Darnold is that bad we will be in top 5 next year as well. Also, with the trade items we have, we should have 3 firsts in 2022 and two firsts in 2023. Build the team, draft the QB and have him join a quality team where most of the offense knows the plays - then take a run on the QBs rookie contract for the next 4 years. We lose the first (not really lose, but can't pick a WR for example) and all the extra players and start the clock immediately on the new QB. At first everyone was like, you can't pass on Luck, I mean Darnold, I mean Trevor. But, Trevor is gone - yes, we can't go to the big show with Sam IMO, but lets build a team and then draft our next Wilson (2nd round), Mahomes (top 10), ...
  3. Yes, of course they are. But after watching a couple of games yesterday it occurred to me that Seattle had the better QB situation, but his team was beat by a QB with a broken thumb on his throwing hand. Of course, the Ram's great defense made a big difference, but still. More shockingly, an ex-CFL QB stayed in the game with one of the best (if not the best). Again, this CFL QB got to play against a Todd Bowles defense, but for a while that game was pretty close. I believe that the QB is really important, but I think it shows that a very good team with a great defense and good supporting staff on offense can be very competitive against a team with a much better QB. QB is the most important position, but having a great team around him appears to be just as important and enough to win, or almost win, post season games with a less talented or an injured QB. This is why I think if we can truly get a boat load of picks we should trade out of #2 and then even again. I no longer think Sam will overcome his issues here, but 2022 (or even 2023) is really a better time to draft a QB. Let the rocks or tomatoes fly...
  4. No way Jets draft OT at #2 with Becton on the team. No way does Fields fall to 14. IMO
  5. I don't watch a lot of college football, but after seeing 3 Florida games, I have been wanting this guy all year. I agree if we trade down (maybe twice) and could land him, it would be an amazing draft. The real question is what will we get for the trade down? If it isn't at least a 2nd this year and a 1st next year and 2023 it may not be worth it.
  6. i would want to see what we could get for trading down twice and keep Sam another year, but if we could really get a #1 for Sam, I would pack his bags for him. Personally, I think his career is likely over - hopefully for him another team would help him turn it around, but a 1st? and the #15? crazy.
  7. The should call a wambulance; this isn't fair, the Eagles rested their starters and we didn't get into the playoffs because we only won 6 games and just missed wining the division. Seriously, i don't think the Washington football team should win a division under .500
  8. IMO Gase was fired because he sucked. His offense was predictable and QBs struggled with it; he didn't game plan and didn't adjust his scheme to fit the player. If Gase was fired because of the fans or PR, then it doesn't matter who we hire next, the Jets are doomed. Only a short term thinker would fire a coach for PR. It takes time, patience and strength to build and coach a quality team. We keep trying to short cut the effort and you never move forward that way. Spend the effort and build - we paid this year for the lack of talent; we have good picks and a lot of cap space. Now it is time to pick the right coach, draft smart, and spend even smarter. Next year should not be embarrassing but it isn't going to be good. The hope is that we are competitive and have a real shot at meaningful games in November; the following year should be fun. But we need to be smart and NOT do things for PR reasons. Gase sucked here. he sucked in Miami too. Choosing him was a mistake. Sure, the team never quit on him. That is an important part of being a great coach. No coach can be successful if the team quits on him, but there is so much more. Scheme, discipline, culture, game planning, choosing good coaches, game time decisions, giving players with talent, drive, and character playing time instead of getting a buddy 16K yards. Even in a lost season, these young players deserved a chance to play, the team deserved to learn about the players and get them experience. The best players should play. That is part of being a great coach too.
  9. just providing an alternate view point. football is a team sport. yes QB is most important position, but a good QB on a great team can win, where a great QB on an average team cannot. and, what if the guy doesn't pan out or gets killed because of the lack of talent? not only on the OL; a team with no defense will put their offense and the QB in bad place. a great WR that can win the jump ball battle can make a qb successful where with only 1 or 2 you can isolate them or are 1 dimensional when they are hurt. Fill the team with talent and depth. It is a long game thought process; most people don't get it. Even if you are convinced Sam is done, as many are, if you can get enough for moving down twice, it MAY be worth it. pick up 2 or 3 extra 2s this year and 2 more 1sts next year and the year after and the team is set. we would have 2 1sts to spend on team and 2 or 3 2nds this year, 4 firsts next year, 3 the following. that is an amazing team. With all of the draft capital, you can easily pick up a qb next year or the year after. also, consider some of the better qbs that were taken after the top 5. roll dice on one QB or 4 extra picks this year, 2 extra next year and 2 extra the year after. plus you get Sam on 4th year next year and then a rookie for 4-5 years after that - team would be set and still have cap to spend on select FA. of course if you love one of the QBs or you can't get the return in picks it isn't worth it. you have to balance the opportunity costs of not picking the QB as well. with all of those picks you could rebuild in 2 years and just explode talent in the 3rd year; suck for sam didn't work; CONSIDER the long term and not the FAN choice.
  10. Thanks for the info. over / under of him saying absolutely nothing? over / under on at least 3 threads being started arguing over whether or not the nothing he said has any hidden meaning?
  11. I also do not like Harbaugh; and to be honest, I will have trouble rooting for any team he coaches - I also don't know if he is the right fit - that being said, he his head and shoulders above most of the people being talked about. I am also split on having yet another rookie HC - it works sometimes, but haven't we had enough of that. Of course, re-treads haven't really worked for us either - LOL... surprised you are still posting so soon
  12. Did I miss something? Here is a team playing in the easiest division in the league - they only beat like 2 teams outside of their division that was won by a team below .500 - even the hapless Jets might have done as well if they had that schedule.

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