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Everything posted by Dcronin

  1. So many of you - complaining losers! I wanted an Edge guy too but this guy will be able to play anywhere and be disruptive. He'll also free up our other guys. https://www.sny.tv/jets/news/nfl-draft-scouting-report-how-quinnen-williams-fits-with-jets/306597010
  2. Is anyone else shocked that he's 26? Seems like he's been around forever! Solid, versatile pickup.
  3. We are living in the Photoshop era. Everything is fungible. Everything can be changed. Why? Why not? It disgusts me. I love the classic Jets logo and uniform. One of the best. Classic. But alas, we also living in the "gotta sell merch" era. Shame. I will say, I think the Seahawks and Patriots redesigns were truly inspired and effective. DC
  4. What the F is wrong with you??? The guy has averaged 130 yds per game from scrimmage! Jesus what a buncha miserable people!
  5. My God you are all such a bunch of miserable, negative, sad sack losers. What is it, day 1 or 2 of Free Agency? You're all practically ready to jump off the GW bridge. May go be a Browns fan to get away from you Debbie Downers. Jamison Crowder will be our leading receiver this year, FYI. He's a stud. DC
  6. Saw his name on Fantasy all the time. He's super shifty, hard to cover. Gets open over the middle a ton. Love it.
  7. Potential nightmare: https://deadspin.com/adam-gase-is-building-a-locker-room-powder-keg-with-his-1832493806?utm_source=deadspin_twitter&utm_medium=socialflow&utm_campaign=socialflow_deadspin_twitter
  8. Wondering when the Jets will get an Offensive Coordinator, unless I missed the news.
  9. It's all Belichick. When he's done, it's done. They have 3-4 more rings on the way.
  10. This is nuts. NY is the city that gave me my life. There is no place in the US that compares to the dazzling variety of people, food and opportunities that NY offers. It is the ultimate American experiment, the great metropolis. I live in LA and love it but miss NY every day.
  11. Why? Indy: Andrew Luck Cleveland: Baker Mayfield, loads of other talent all over. Jets: TBD
  12. Or no? Seems like there are more teams than usual with more than 50 mill in cap space, but maybe it's always like that. I am happy we have so much space, but sad that so many other teams that players might be excited to play for over ours also have a ton. Mainly the Browns and Colts. Top 5: 1 Indianapolis Colts $108,394,436 2 New York Jets
  13. https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2018/09/03/khalil-mack-trade-super-bowl-prediction-peter-king/
  14. Name one person, ONE in all of sports commentary who you can even honestly say is "often right." There isn't one. Sports analysis and opinion is BY FAR the easiest job in the world. Zero consequences.
  15. Whoa --just looked it up. Gregg Williams' Cleveland D was ranked.... 30th!!!!! WTF? DC
  16. The greatest dynasty in the history of sports will continue its reign. Belichick and McDaniels in the building means playoffs every single year no matter what. This is what every offense should be like: dynamic, frustratingly unpredictable in a way that keeps Ds off balance. They will likely win today. I am not a Pats fan, just deeply respectful, despite all the Belicheat stuff. They are just unreal. Impossible place to win in the playoffs for opponents.
  17. DO NOT LISTEN TO ANYONE. One thing is true about sports: no one knows anything. Anything could happen. A good historical example of no one knowing anything, recently mentioned somewhere, I forget: When Doug Pedersen was hired, Eagles fans were mostly like WTF??? At the same time, many NFL experts said "Nice job" to Cleveland for hiring Hue Jackson. He's a good offensive mind. He gels with Sam, we're in good shape, that's it. Everyone ******* relax. If he's as big a douch as everyone here thinks he is, I hope he's gone after a year with McCagg. DC
  18. God, I would hate working for a loud a$$hole like that, I really would. I didn't see Hard Knocks though - does it show moments where he's laughing and getting along with the players, too? Yelling works to an extent, but some players just tune that sh*t out after a while, too. Anyone concerned with that, or is his track record just too good? (Seems that it is.) DC
  19. Oh my God this board. Holy crap what a bunch of miserable sad sacks. This is ALL about Sam Darnold, that's it. They hired the best guy to develop him into the franchise QB we all think he can be. He didn't have a QB in Miami. He's a great offensive mind. He's younger. Stop it. Jesus, what a buncha sad losers. Give him a chance. DC
  20. I would relax, bloodthirsty crowd who wants a rash decision. Let's make this job attractive to our next candidate, okay? AFTER this season. With cap space and a high pick. Not in the middle of a lost season with a torn and frustrated locker room. Calm the F down, everyone.
  21. I think the overall point of the piece is very much in defense of Sam. He is worth being protected. They are just saying bad systems and environments (like Sanchez had) can affect a kid. They really really need to help the kid out. Baptism by fire is one thing, but sending him into the fires of hell every Sunday without help or improvement or full-scale personnel/coaching changes is maybe not a great idea.
  22. Oof. A gloomy POV for sure, not sure I am on board with the analogy completely. Sanchez wouldn't have bounced back from his first NFL pass being taken for 6. But it's a reasonable call for concern. After today's showing, I don't know how you look your team in the eye without making a major change. https://www.theringer.com/nfl/2018/11/4/18062302/sam-darnold-new-york-jets-miami-dolphins
  23. And by that I mean. O.P. You have to lay off the kid. He has nothing to work with, he's being tossed to the lions out there.
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