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  1. No they didn't. If Pittsburgh rescinded the tag, then he'd be a free agent and able to sign wherever he wants
  2. King P

    Jets Waive ArDarius Stewart

    Reminder... Godwin was still on the board 😭😭😭
  3. King P

    the fitz saga continues

    Have they not learned from Fitz past? This saga gets a 2nd go round?
  4. IIRC, Schefter reported that Cleveland originally was going to release him, but now have changed their mind and is are leaning towards trading him. Reason being that numerous teams have called inquiring about trading for Gordon, because since he's a vet, if he gets released he will get to choose where he wants to play next
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    Bowles is not suited to be Head Coach

    It's becoming increasingly obvious that Bowles isn't cut out for this. He'll be flushed out soon enough though
  6. Aside from the elite QBs, I disagree. This is just the NFL and the sports media force feeding you the narrative that the QB is the end all be all, and that no other position matters🤷🏽‍♂️
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    Le’Veon Bell anyone?

    Oh look, its a bunch of posters calling a player selfish because he actually wants to get paid. Color me shocked 🙄
  8. Reading this thread lowkey confirms what I've been saying for a long time now as it pertains to Jets fans... The majority of our fanbase (or at least a very significant amount of them) are Jets fans 1st, NFL fans 2nd. Like if the NFL decided to abolish the Jets, they'd completely stop watching football
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    2019 Head Coaching Candiates

    Titans OC Matt LaFleur is a name to look out for. If that offense looks great than he's going to get alot of looks sooner than later
  10. King P

    lynch cut

    His father is pretty damn successful at what he does though
  11. 😂😂😂 I was having a convo about something that happened in 2015 while I was writing this up and put in that year without even realizing
  12. Breh, did you even read my original post? Of course we would love to build up the O-Line. But our GM is on record as saying he prefers to build the mid/late rounds. He's most likely not going OL in the 1st. Which is the rational in trading for Mack. There's no difference maker at OL available to help us right now
  13. Mack might cost a pretty penny, but he's worth every cent he gets. The draft pick we get would be under control at an affordable rate, but what if busts? Our luck with drafting edge rushers hasn't been great, why not go with the sure thing?
  14. I know we've talked about Mack a bit, but I figured I'd discuss this topic from a different point of view that I'm not sure has been brought up (it might have and I just missed). I wanna focus more on Macc than Mack for a second. Not to crap all over him, but just to give a reminder of his perspective so that a trade for Mack can be rationalized. Now this is assuming the Raiders are willing to trade Mack and lower their demands. I'm completely against trading more and 1 1st. But if we this can get him for a 1st and a 3rd, I'm all for it. Here's my rationale. I'm not one to play Nostradamus, but I believe that the Jets will have a high pick in 2019. Not saying Top 5 necessarily, but Top 10 most likely. Now remember, Macc has definitely shown that he's a BPA type of guy. Now who will be the best player available? I can't tell you that exactly. But if we were to take an educated guess, it will most likely come down to either an edge rusher (next class is deep with pass rushers) or an offensive lineman (more specifically a left tackle). Now I bet most of us would rather go OT. We've all complained about our porous O-Line and even made threads about crappy the line is (*waves* hi @Paradis). So of course we would want to finally address that. But now, here's where Maccagnan's draft philosophy comes into play... Macc has been on record stating that he basically doesn't place high value on O-Lineman. All you'd have to do is look at his track record to see that. But if you need even more proof, I leave you with this quote from our GM himself... "I think historically, when you look at teams that are successful, one of the things they do in the draft is they find value in offensive line prospects that they can grow and develop. They don't always have to be high picks. Alot of teams are very successful developing an offensive line through the draft - picks from the 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th round, and sometimes even college free agents." There you have it folks. The man believes you can go O-Line in the mid and late rounds. You know what this tells me? It tells me that if Macc with our 1st round pick is given the choices between edge rusher and OT, put your money on the edge rusher being selected. So this is where Khalil Mack comes into play. Because as I explained, edge rusher will most likely be the selection in next year's draft. If that's the case, why use that 1st rounder on a prospect that may or may not be a bust, may or may not be as good as Khalil Mack, when we can just get there sure thing in Khalil Mack? You know 90% of you have been yearning for a legit pass rusher since John Abraham was our last one. So if one was obtainable, you wouldn't want him? I'll leave you with a quote from my main man, The Great Peter Griffin....

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