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About BklynJetsFan85

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  • Birthday 12/06/1985

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    Brooklyn,NY
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    Jets, Mets, Rangers, Knicks, Notre Dame Fightin Irish Football.

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  • 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)

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  • 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. The same problems I had with Darnold coming out are the same problems I have with Fields: Forces throws Not great at reading defences - needs a lot of work (for me this is dedication with watching tape and processing information at line of scrimmage) - doesn't process pressure quickly (pocket awareness is trash)... that's what scares me. Ohio State's offense is built for him to not have to fully process his reads and his OL has been so good for most part that he doesn't have to go off the script often. He doesn't do well with that either. Accuracy is inconsistent Field vision is meh at best His flaws make him undraftable for me. Remind me too much of the trash cans we have had at QB. He is such a Jets pick.
  2. 12: R1 P12 QB Mac Jones - Alabama 23: R1 P23 G Wyatt Davis - Ohio State 34: R2 P2 RB Najee Harris - Alabama 43: R2 P11 CB Tyson Campbell - Georgia 66: R3 P2 S Paris Ford - Pittsburgh 80: R3 P16 C Josh Meyers - Ohio State 104: R4 P2 WR Austin Watkins Jr. - UAB 143: R5 P2 CB Kary Vincent Jr. - LSU 181: R6 P2 OT Foster Sarrell - Stanford 245: R7 P23 TE Tommy Tremble - Notre Dame Trade Partner: Las Vegas Raiders Sent: Round 3 Pick 22 Round 5 Pick 10 Received: Round 3 Pick 16 Trade Partner: San Francisco 49ers Sent: Round 1 Pick 2 Received: Round 1 Pick 12 Round 2 Pick 11 Future Round 1 Pick
  3. did 4 rounds, didn't do any trades in this one.
  4. Exactly and the jets are in the Ryan Leaf spot Sent from my iPhone using JetNation.com mobile app
  5. neither - was Lawrence or BUST. Neither is an upgrade to Darnold. Draft WR Ja'Marr Chase from LSU or that tackle from Oregon (i'd prefer the almost sure thing WR, because we already have a good LT, and can grab a RT later in draft). Build around Darnold, get him a line through free agency and/or draft. Get him weapons to throw to.
  6. 3 other picks i really like CB Deommodore Lenoir Oregon: scouting report as of 11/18/20: Oregon cornerback, Deommodore Lenoir was set to be apart of arguably the best cornerback duo in college football before teammate Thomas Graham opted out. Nonetheless, Lenoir is still a very talented cover corner in his own right. The first thing that stands out with Lenoir’s tape is how physical that he plays at 5-foot-11 and 190 pounds. He enjoys getting his hands on receiver’s in press coverage even if he has the tendency to get overly physical. He shows the hip fluidity to flip his hips once engaged with receivers without losing his leverage on them. A good mover when lined up in off-coverage, displaying good short area quickness and burst when breaking on routes. Lenoir’s best trait may be his instincts to decipher what his eyes are seeing in front of him even if he doesn’t always trust it. A physical brand of football that also extends into his run support, Lenoir is a guy who may have some positional versatility as well. Lenoir is another cornerback that this writer hopes to see perform at the Senior Bowl especially with the Pac-12 playing such an abbreviated schedule this year. EDGE Patrick Jones II Pitt https://nflmocks.com/2020/12/05/2021-nfl-draft-patrick-jones-scouting-report/ No way he falls this far... some sites have him going as early as round 2. We could dream tho right lol. LB Nate Landman Colorado - I'm a huge fan of physicality. I prefer it over finesse, if they can have both cool... but I LOVE old school, hard nosed, blue collar, mean streak football. https://www.nfldraftdiamonds.com/2020/06/nate-landman/ As per WalterFootball: Nate Landman, ILB, Colorado Height: 6-3. Weight: 230. Projected 40 Time: 4.75. Projected Round (2021): 4-6. View Ranking History 11/21/20: Landman has 20 tackles and one tackle for a loss so far this season. 9/5/20: Landman had an excellent sophomore season in which he did a good job defending the run and produced a lot of big plays in pass defense. His production was down in 2019, but it can be hard for linebackers to duplicate huge stat lines. Landman needs to show pass-coverage skills with NFL speed and athleticism.
  7. highly unlikely we'd get this lucky with trades or be smart enough to make them... and highly unlikely some of these guys drop (especially devonta smith in first round) 1: R1 P1 QB Trevor Lawrence - Clemson 27: R1 P27 WR DeVonta Smith - Alabama - doubt he drops this far 41: R2 P9 C Creed Humphrey - Oklahoma 53: R2 P21 RB Najee Harris - Alabama - might drop this far (gotta grab him if he does 65: R3 P1 G Jackson Carman - Clemson - another guy - not sure if he drops this far, but possible - projected rounds 2-3 94: R3 P30 CB Tyson Campbell - Georgia 108: R4 P6 S Brady Breeze - Oregon 109: R4 P7 CB Deommodore Lenoir - Oregon - really like this gy 142: R5 P1 TE Matt Bushman - BYU 148: R5 P7 CB Keith Taylor - Washington - a bit of a project technique wise but ceiling very high 160: R5 P19 EDGE Patrick Jones II - Pittsburgh - doubtful he drops this far 180: R6 P1 LB Nate Landman - Colorado - really like this guy, super hard hitting LB, plays old school blue collar football 249: R7 P27 G Zion Johnson - Boston College Trade Partner: Denver Broncos Sent: Round 4 Pick 1 Received: Round 4 Pick 7 Round 5 Pick 7 Trade Partner: Cleveland Browns Sent: Round 3 Pick 26 Received: Round 4 Pick 6 Round 3 Pick 30 Trade Partner: Miami Dolphins Sent: Round 2 Pick 1 Received: Round 2 Pick 9 Round 2 Pick 21
  8. hrm lemme do a little research... gunna do this QB - Lawrence (2021 first round pick) RB - Trey Sermon (Ohio State, 4th round) ****TRADE**** (Trade with NYG... sent 3rd round/31st pick for 4th round 3rd pick and 5th round 3rd pick) LT - Becton LG - Clark C - Josh Myers (Ohio State, 2nd round) RG - Tommy Kraemer (Notre Dame, 4th round) RT - Fant TE - 2022 pick or sign someone to a short deal. WR- Chris Godwin (4yrs, 17mill per) - we know what he's capable of when he's the man. only 24 years old. WR - Mims WR -Terrace Marshall Jr. (LSU, 3rd round pick from in draft trade with cinci) DE - Q NT - Fatukasi DE - Franklin-Myers OLB- Huff/Zuniga ILB - CJ Mosley ILB - Micah Parsons (Penn State, 2021 1st round pick) OLB - Bud Dupree (5 years/18mill per, steelers dont have much cap space and have TJ Watt on roster and a lot of other guys to sign) CB - Bryce Hall CB - Eric Stokes (Georgia, 3rd round) ***TRADE*** (3rd round 1st pick for Bengals 3rd round 9th/26th picks) S -Maye S - Davis
  9. Well if I'm not going Rex, then I'd go with someone from this list. 1. Wade Phillips (shocked rams didn't extend him) 2. Marvin Lewis (former bengals HC, dominant DC for ravens in late 90s/early 2000s currently assisting herm edwards at ariz state... heard he wants to come back to nfl) 3. Jim Leonhard (former Jet, current Wisconsin DC - they been very solid since he took over) 4. Take a look at 49ers position coaches... DL or LBs coach
  10. HC - Eric Bieniemy or Brian Dabol OC - Tony Elliot (Clemson OC) OL Coach - Brendan Nugent (Assistant OL coach, NO) DC - Rex Ryan (Man I miss this guy, match made in heaven) QBC - Tom House (Baseball guy who has worked with top QBs in NFL, widely respected) or Josh McCown DBs coach - Darrelle Revis LBs coach - Bart Scott or Brent Pry (Penn State DC/LB coach) ST - Andy Hilly (Assistant ST coach KC)
  11. They offered him 10mill a year. He goes and signs with carolina for 2 years 20mill (but from what I read it's more like 1yr/12mill) He got an 8mill signing bonus with carolina for 2020.
  12. Jets only seem to have a good run defense lol Only thing to look forward to right now smh

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