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  1. 12 minutes ago, RevisIsland610 said:

    Why are you so sure? This kid Anderson could make the team if he has games like week 2. The article says that he is a Bowles favorite so h foes have a shot to make it.

    Had a good game against 2nd and 3rd stringers. We've seen this movie before. And he would knock Peake off the roster. Don't see that happening. He's practice squad material.

  2. 33 minutes ago, Doggin94it said:

    If they cut Anderson (a specials playing, cost-controlled rookie with massive upside) for the significantly more expensive Tompkins (who doesn't contribute on specials and has a ceiling as a No. 4 WR), I will lose my sh*t

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    Prepare to lose you sh*t!

  3. For those expcting Anderson and J. Marshall to make the team this year, be prepared to be disappointed. Our receivers will be Marshal, Decker, Enunwa, Thompkins, Peake. Smith will follow once he's healthy. The only way J. Marshall makes it is as a returner, meaning he's got to beat out Ross for that spot. No way Anderson makes it over Peake. They will not keep a skinny UDFA over a draft pick with Peak's potential. Anderson will land on the practice squad where the staff will help him mature as a receiver and add weight. He may a player in 2017, once Thompkins becomes expendable (Smith becomes the 3rd receiver once he's healthy and starts to play). But he won't make the team this year. My hope is J. Marshall beats Ross as the returner. We know what Ross brings to the table, which is not bad. But Marshall seems to have more upside. 

  4. The Jets activated LG James Carpenter off of the Physically Unable to Perform List, making him eligible to participate in training camp practices. Slowed by a hamstring injury, Carpenter was replaced by Dakota Dozier at LG for the first four days of camp. Carpenter, a six-year veteran who started 16 games in his first season with the Jets, was part of an offense that established a franchise record with 5,925 yards. He was a powerful force for a rush unit that finished No. 10 overall and he was also sturdy in pass protection as the Jets were No. 2 in sacks allowed with 22.

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  5. 21 hours ago, PatsFanTX said:

    Sure he does, but I just laugh at posters claiming he will be the Jets franchise QB for the next 12 years as much as I laugh at posters who say he is nothing but crap.

    For crying out loud, let the guy perform on the field before making any kind of evaluations.

    A kinder, gentler, PFT! What happenned, whatever it was - I like it.

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  6. On Tuesday, March 29, 2016 at 9:39 AM, PatsFanTX said:

     

     

    Well look who showed up.

     

    Been a longtime TexJet, hope all is well.

    I've been lurking for some time! Life is good, now need the grownups running the Jets to make football fun again. They did a terrific job in year one.

  7. 27 minutes ago, shawn306 said:

    Not gonna happen

    The Jets are going to work out a deal with Fitz, probably 3 years with the third voidable and they will continue to develop Petty.

    I just don't see the Jets getting on the QB merry go round changing QB's every year in the hopes of finding one.

    We are just going to have to be patient and hope that Petty develops.

    The most logical path. This team is not tanking 2016 - coach and GM should be fired if they did. Starting any rookie QB is tantamount to tanking the season. Adding 2 - 3 starters through the draft will provide enough talent for this team to be very competitive. Lock Fitz in for 2 years, continue to develop Petty, and see where you stand at the end of the year. It amazes me that most Jets fans have given up on a very skilled QB that was clearly a 2 year project to begin with. And Fitz will have a better season in 2016 than Wentz or Goff.

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  8. 16 minutes ago, Stonehands said:

    I am located in the Tampa area and watched a lot of Glennon's games.  He was helped a lot by Vincent Jackson and Mike Evans.  He threw a lot of balls up and let them go get it.  Those guys saved him a lot of times.  People see a decent QB rating from Glennon, but he has a lot of work to do to be even as good as Fitzpatrick at this point.

    According to some posters, he'll come save our Jets and be the QB of the future for this team. Not sure how anyone is confusing this guy for a long term solution at QB. He crapped out in Tampa. McCown put Glennon on the bench and so did Winston as a rookie, but hey, The Buc's are seemingly oblivious to his greatness.

  9. 2 hours ago, Jet Nut said:

    Glennon and Geno are as opposite as can be.  No one who watched both would say they're similar in any way

    Glennon has issues as a QB, just as Geno does. Not necessarily the same issues, but issues nonetheless. Reading comprehension - a lost art. Glennon has a completion rate of below 60%, ypc about 6.6 over 2013 / 2014. His intercepotion ratio is better than Geno, he has that going for him. At the end of the day, he is not particularly accurate, has issues reading defenses, and does not have the game awareness that Fitz has. Not to say Fitz is our savior, he's not. Glennon is just not a good QB. Again, have you actually watched him play?

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  10. Clearly, very few people on this site actually watch Buc's games. If you did, you would not presume that Glennon would be more effective than Fitzpatrick running Gailey's offense. Glennon has issues as a QB, similar to our own Geno Smith. Trading for him makes no sense. Resign Fitz, draft Lynch and move on. You then have two young QB's to learn and possibly take over for Fitz in 2017. Glennon is not that guy - any more than Geno is. Amateurs!

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