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TexJet

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  1. I think our last big cut will be Marshall - no dead money, full cap savings. Richardson gets traded if we get at least a 3rd for him. Betting we don't cut him loose if compensation is anything less than that. Decker, McLendon stay. Gilchrist....only $2M cap savings and he's hurt. Suspect we don't release him until after the draft, it at all. Harris is the big unknown. Only way he's released is if a replacement is found in FA, which is entirely possible. Can't release everyone, too many holes to fill.
  2. Why is signing an OT stupid? We are about to cut bait on 2 - 3 OTs. We should sign several more.....let them battle it out. Maybe there's a diamond in the ruff. Maybe there's a backup out there we might keep. Only one way to find that out is to bring them in. If they suck, move on.
  3. My take. Glennon will not be a Jet, period. It is more likely we sign an older veteran that has higher upside than Fitz. I'm convinced, contrary to popular belief, the Jets actually expect Hack to develop into our eventual starter. If that's the case, why bring in Glennon. For that matter, why would Glennon want to insert himself onto a team that may be more interested in an in house candidate as the long term solution. Same goes for TT. Look out for Cutler!
  4. Your post would have been more readable if you used punctuation and complete words. Just saying....
  5. We finally agree on something. Spot on.
  6. Pretty much. Atlanta gave the gane away.
  7. Jets fans......wow, all I can say.
  8. I have to laugh at all the comments on Godsey. No one on this board knows anything about him - yet he sucks. Has to since the Texans fired him. Do a little research and you'll find out he was strictly a scapegoat. Godsey has a done a good job with the Texans, the offense has been capable in spite of the complete uncertainty at QB for the past 3 years. Their situation might actually be worse than ours, hard to believe but true. Osweiler was responsible for Godsey getting relieved of his official playcalling duties - O'Brien was no better once he took over. Bottom line, this guy was not the problem in Houston..........a terrible cast of characters acting as QB's was. Whether he can be a good OC for the Jets or not, I don't really know. I get paid to sell enterprise cloud solutions, not provide a definitive commentary on the merits of a relatively unknown OC. But reading the comments here, it's clear that conclusions are being made with little to no supporting evidence either way. Not advocating for Godsey by the way. I just find it interesting how we, as Jets fans, assume the absolute worse in every case and automatically jump on the XYZ sucks bandwagon - regardless of who XYZ is or our lack of insight into them as a coach. As a side note, since the specualtion came from Cimini, I certainly would take it with a grain of salt. God knows who the Jets are actually targeting for the OC position. Godsey may not even be on the radar. That's my rant for the year.....peace.
  9. Hate spell checker. Good catch.
  10. I once heard money can cause irrational behavior. We have that going for us.
  11. I forgot what I had for lunch yesterday, so I can understand the Ryan / Clowney thing!
  12. Clooney and Ryan came into the league just a few years apart. Other than that....yea Texans should have drafted Ryan. LOL.
  13. And there is the Mac connection. Don't have any idea what Mac thinks of him, but he certainly has experienced his coaching up close and personal as Texans QB coach in 2014.
  14. A little discord between coach and owner / GM. That is very much true. But O'Brien had some vindication since Brock returend to the lineup (meaning Brock is still Brock). The fan base here reallllllyyyy does not like Osweiler!
  15. Godsey is a really good coach with an equally good pedigree. Was just made the scapegoat here in Houston - he can thank Brock! On the other hand, did any amazing job last year (along with Bill) in managing to have a relatively decent offense with 18 different QB's starting for the team.
  16. If Cowboys lose this game, Richardson's stock may go up. They need a disruptive DE.
  17. Jets did right by Chan. Rather than fire him they announced his "retirement ". Sure that was discussed, give him a chance to announce his retirement rather than ending his tenure with an outright firing. All good, time for a change.
  18. Richardson may make himself relevant again with this game. Playing like he wants to be here. Trade value may be better than zero.
  19. Right side of the line is playing well. Shell and Dozier doing their jobs. Maybe some hope there. Ijalana is not a good LT.
  20. I don't see the Texans firing O'Brien. They won their division again this year, with QB play that's almost as bad as ours and while losing his best player for most of the year. One injured player would normally not be a big deal, unless that player is JJ Watt. If he did part ways, go after him hard.
  21. After the first quarter, he actually looked good. Again, first real NFL start though against a bad team. Exceeded my expectations, and I like everything he did at Baylor. Kid has a chance.
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