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  1. Looking at the current 90 man roster, in my humble opinion, these 15 players face the longest odds to be on the Jets Opening Day 55 man roster in 2020. (We will exclude QBs for the purpose of this thread) James Murray 6'5" 304 Holy Cross (OL) Corbin Kaufusi 6'9" 276 BYU (OL) Domenique Davis 6'2" 315 UNC-Pembroke (DL) Ahmad Gooden 6'2" 245 Samford (LB) Sterling Johnson 6'4" 290 Coastal Carolina (DL) Javelin Guidry 5'9" 191 Utah (CB) Jared Hilbers 6'7" 305 Washington (OT) Ross Travis 6'6" 248 Penn State (TE) Kenneth Dixon 5'10" 228 Louisiana Tech (RB) Jehu Chesson 6'2" 204 Michigan (WR) George Campbell 6'3" 183 West Virginia (WR) Wyatt Ray 6'3" 250 Boston College (DE/OLB?) Brad Lundblade 6'3" 305 Oklahoma State (C/OL) Josh Adams 6'2" 213 Notre Dame (RB) Anthony Cioffi 6'0" 205 Rutgers (S)
  2. Who might be "surprise" cuts the Jets might make prior to the 2020 season? For this thread we won't count Brian Winters or Avery Wiliamson as "surprises" if they got cut Wild Guess / Thinking Out Loud - Top 5 Potential "Surprise" Cuts Trevon Wesco -TE/H Back - I like the kid and think he has potential but with Griffin, Herdon and Brown at TE, There might not be a place for Wesco. He did a decent job at H Back but doesn't add much on special teams. Could be the odd man out if Jets decide to keep an extra player at another position Blake Cashman - ILB - No doubt he did some really nice things when thrown into the deep end of the pool last year. If Mosley is healthy and Jets keep Williamson and with several other options at ILB, Cashman could be gone. It would be surprising, yes, but it's possible. He could go to the Practice Squad if we could sneak him through Jonotthan Harrison - C/G - Certainly a hard working and reliable veteran - stepped in 2 years in a row to stabilize a disaster at C, but will battle Josh Andrews and maybe even draftee Cameron Clark for that spot. Jordan Jenkins - OLB - Another player I like and a solid vet. But if the Jets play more 4-3, if draftee Jabari Zuniga and UDFA Bryce Huff look good in preseason and athletic guys like Jordan Willis or John Frnklin Myers get healthy, maybe Jenkins could be gone - unlikely yes Henry Anderson - DE - Looked great 2 years ago, less so last year. If Kyle Phillips continues to improve and if Willis or Franklin-Myers or even Zuniga plays DE instead of OLB, Anderson might be a surprise cut
  3. Classic JetNation thread, someone posts good news, but instead of congratulating the players, the info is used to bash another player. Class Muther-Lovin' JetNation
  4. I'll fight any man that doesn't have Lou Holtz #1
  5. RB #4 - Trenton Cannon vs Josh Adams vs some unknown late roster cut Top 3 spots are set with Bell, Gore, and Perine. Assuming the Jets keep 4 RBs, which they might not, it will come down to the dependable special teamer Cannon vs the highly touted but lowly productive Adams. A talented RB from another team who can play special teams that gets cut late might be a target as well WR #5 - Josh Doctson vs Vyncint Smith vs Lawrence Cager Top 3 WRs are set with Crowder, Breland, and Mims and you have to figure Berrios will earn a spot as a PR and backup slot WR. That leaves the former 1st rounder Doctson, the athletic Smith and the intriguing UDFA Cager fighting for the 5th spot. Of course it's possible the team will carry 6 WRs and 2 of the 3 will make it Offensive Linemen #9 & #10 - Jonothan Harrison vs Conor McDermott vs Ben Braden vs Josh Andrews vs Jared Hilbers The 1st 8 OL spots are safe with Becton, Fant, Edoga at T, Lewis, Van Roten, Winters (if healthy) at G, McGovern at C, and Clark at G/T. That leaves 1 or 2 spots. Harrison is a decent backup at C/G and McDermott is a decent G/T backup. Harrison seems safer and McDermott, Braden and Andrews might fight it out for the last spot with UDFA Hilbers (if the Jets keep 10 OL) Outside LB #4 - John Franklin-Myers vs Frankie Luvu vs Bryce Huff I think veteran Jordan Jenkins, improving Tarell Basham, and draftee Jabari Zuniga are safe at OLB. Franklin-Myers is a big athletic player but is always banged up, Luvu is a solid backup, and Huff was a coveted UDFA and college pass rush phenom. Inside LB #3 & #4 - Blake Cashman vs Harvey Langi vs Neville Hewitt vs James Burgess CJ Mosely and Avery Williamson are safe (assuming both are healthy), that leaves a quartet of talented players fighting for 2 spots. Cashman showed potential before being hurt last year, Langi and Hewitt are solid vets who contribute on special teams and Burgess is a tough physical old school ILB. (I'm assuming Free Agent Signee Patrick Onwuaswor is making the team at either OLB or ILB) Cornerback #6 - Nate Hairston vs Arthur Maulet vs Lamar Jackson Brian Poole, Pierre Desir, and draftee Bryce Hall are locks. Draft Day tradee Quincy Wilson is probably a safe bet as well. Also have to think Bless Austin showed enough as a rookie to be a safe bet for the #5 spot. That leaves solid vet Hairston, 12 game stater Maulet, and touted UDFA Jackson fighting for the last spot at corner Safety #4 - Bennett Jackson vs Matthias Farley vs Anthony Cioffi vs Shyheim Carter Jamal Adams, Marcus Maye, and draftee Ashtyn Davis are locks at Safety. That leaves an intriguing 4-man battle for the last spot. Jackson is athletic and contributed on special teams late in the year, Farley is an experienced vet who also helps on special teams, Rutgers grad Cioffi made it to the final cut down with the Raiders and played well in the CFL for 2 years and versatile UDFA Carter drew high praise from Nick Saban for his all around play in college Placekicker - Sam Ficken vs Brett Maher vs someone else Ficken started out bad but gradually improved to be an average NFL kicker by the end of the year. If he can keep improving, he might win the job. Maher has a big leg but was obviously inconsistent with the Cowboys. They will likely battle it out all 4 preseason games - if neither takes a step up and looks like a valid option, the Jets will be scouring the waiver wire and trying out unemployed vets once again
  6. Which of these 10 options is the most likely Jets Starting offensive line in Game 1 at Buffalo?
  7. I got a larger signing bonus then some of those guys to join the Army back in 1984
  8. If there is a 2020 NFL season as we all hope and pray there will be, who will lead the Jets in Receptions, Receiving Yards, and Receiving TDs?
  9. Rich was from here in Mobile, AL, Jerome was from the next town down the road just over the Mississippi Line in Gulfport. Barkum was a teammate of Walter Payton at Jackson State

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