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About BklynJetsFan85

  • Rank
    Rookie Free Agent
  • Birthday 12/06/1985

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Brooklyn,NY
  • Interests
    Jets, Mets, Rangers, Knicks, Notre Dame Fightin Irish Football.

Personal Info

  • Tell us a little bit about yourself...
    United States Navy Veteran, currently work for DSNY, die hard sports/fantasy sports fan
  • Where do you live?
    Brooklyn,NY
  • What are your interests? Hobbies?
    Foodie, love fantasy sports, movies/music, working out
  • What do you do for a living?
    DSNY (Sanitation worker)

Jets Info

  • What is your favorite Jets related memory?
    When they beat the pats at foxboro in the playoffs in january 2011
  • Do you have season tickets?
    No
  • What Jets memory broke your heart?
    When they lost to the steelers in the AFC Championship back in 2011 (super rough)
  • Where you alive for Super Bowl III?
    Unfortunately no

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  1. Heard he;s dealing with same neck injury as enunwa
  2. Not sure if anyone mentioned it - I heard that Powell was dealing with similar neck issues as Enunwa... alarming - could explain signing a bit more - insurance maybe?
  3. Jesus christ! Can the guy play an F&%#$#@ snap first before some of you start your crying?
  4. Can see us going Gandy-Golden WR, Bryce Hall Or Pride jr CB, Troy Dye OLB, RB maybe - kid from Florida best available he’s good. TE maybe? Either Bryant or Trautman? Sent from my iPhone using JetNation.com mobile app
  5. I wanted Jeudy too. And wasn't a fan of Becton - but lets look at positives of Becton. -Elite run blocker -Above Average pass blocker (inconsistent footwork/needs to refine technique - it's said it's nothing a good OL coach cant fix) -Nasty field demeanor, mauler, absolute beast. - Outstanding measurables, 6'7 364 (6'11 arm wingspan) - huge for a left tackle. - fast, and possesses lateral quickness. Now Pittman Jr - I loved before the combine. 6'4 223lbs - PHYSICAL (I dunno about the rest of you but I LOVE physical football players) - hate big for nothing WRs - bigtime redzone target - good at boxing out corners and winning 50/50 balls, elite body control. - very good at sudden movements, making quick cuts (worth to note his father was a RB for the buc). - Projects as an "X" receiver at next level (for those of you who are unaware of what that is or never played football - simple answer is the WR1, flexed out wide.) - and for someone who wants to be a smart ass - MOST OF THE TIME they are the team's WR1.
  6. 6 pack of Guinness and honey bbq wings. Was gunna break out whiskey but I got work tomorrow
  7. I had it Jeudy, then Wirfs or Lamb from what was left of my original list - Ruggs if all of them were not on board. Becton wasn't even on my radar - didn't think they'd mess it up. I was wrong lol. Now that he's a Jet though - we can't do nothing about it. Welcome him to the Jets and pray.
  8. Leave it to the jets to mess up that pick Sent from my iPhone using JetNation.com mobile app
  9. Not a lot of people know about Sneed - I like him a lot... ran a 4.38 at combine, great ball skills. Can play corner if asked to. L’JARIUS SNEED, LOUISIANA TECH The sleeper of this safety group turned out to be Louisiana Tech’s L’Jarius Sneed. He started his career at cornerback for the Bulldogs, but played the last two seasons at safety and recorded three interceptions each in back-to-back campaigns. His man coverage background is immediately noticeable on tape with his hip fluidity and back to ball playmaking ability, but he’s still developing as a deep-zone defender and enforcer against the run. Sneed was on my radar heading into the week, but after the ridiculous numbers he put up, I’m starting to wonder if he’s even better than what I initially gave him credit for. He clocked a 4.37-second 40-yard dash and recorded a 41-inch vertical jump and a 131-inch broad jump. He measured in at just 6-foot-0 and 192 pounds. After putting up those explosive numbers with legitimate cover skills on tape at multiple spots in the secondary, I am very intrigued. Sneed’s tape shows a raw player in need of development in the back end, but his combine performance has put him squarely on the radar as an analytical darling for several teams on Day 3.
  10. Don't like Becton, even more so after drug test fail came back (he knew he'd be tested and didn't care). High ceiling guy - lowest floor out of the top tackles - screams boom or bust - i hate the jets history with those types of guys.
  11. Most mocks I've done - multiple big boards - have him dropping to 3rd

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