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BklynJetsFan85

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  1. Got in at .04, .05 (had 3000 shares by then), then another 375 shares when it was at 0.29... just holding it - see what it is in a year or 2... then see what's up. I also have a couple shares of ETH
  2. Nah in mocks i did on thedraftnetwork, PFF and fanspeak - he was going late - 6th/7th
  3. TE Kenny Yeboah, Ole Miss CB/S Trill Williams, Syracuse (biggest surprise for me that he didn't get drafted) C Drake Jackson, Kentucky CB Shakur Brown, Michigan State
  4. C Drake Jackson, Kentucky - grab him in 6th maybe? short arms, but he's fast, smart, good hand placement, solid initial punch. worth a flyer in 6th imo. has 4 years of experience in sec
  5. If you want to protect your QB, it would behoove you to pick guys that fit your scheme or else get guys who can't move and your RB sucks and/or QB gets destroyed. I agree with not going for a small guy like that. As an ILB I wouldn't care those measurable or even the tweener SS/LB 225-230lbs... as long as they have the speed that goes with the tweener size
  6. Moore gives us a HR threat but not exactly sure why they grabbed a WR after keeping Crowder, drafting MIms last year, signing Davis & Cole (Cole being depth piece), and we still have Berrios who's a good WR3/4... We have a gaping hole at RB and CB. And of course broncos trade up the very next pick to grab Javonte Williams. I'm not mad at the pick because he was a projected 1st rounder, and it gives Wilson a true burner across the middle. He gets comparison to Steve Smith Sr. It's a bold comparison, we will see if it translates.
  7. I like in this order for round 2, don't want the edge rusher: RB Javonte Williams, North Carolina (5'9, 212lbs) - He's my RB1 in this draft, reminds me of a bigger, more violent version of Aaron Jones. Just plays mean and he can move too. 4.55/4.58 40, not burner speed, but for a guy his size - like getting hit with a freight train. https://www.cbssports.com/fantasy/football/news/javonte-williams-nfl-draft-profile-fantasy-football-fits-scouting-report-pro-day-stats-40-yard-dash-mor LB Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah, Notre Dame (6'1 1/2, 221lbs) - I have a bias towards ND players, but
  8. 1. Obvious QB pick 2. Most promising Edge rusher in draft - pair him with Lawson 3. Plug and play RG Wyatt Davis, big time Mauler that is agile and good in space - fits our scheme that requires athleticism, speed and agility on the line. 4. made a trade with the 3rd rounder 2nd pick - didn't trade back too far, and was able to get a 2023 2nd... they wouldn't give me a 2022 3rd so I tried to a 2023 2nd with it and no other picks... it worked. Drafted RB who fits our new scheme, fast stop-go RB who can make sharp cuts, great pass catcher, 6.6 yds a rush. 5. RT Spence Brow
  9. I got in trouble on facebook for commenting on this because somehow it falls under the no politics rule. I will say this and keep it short. It all comes at a VERY suspect time. People forget the type of power really rich sports team owners possess and how far their reach is.
  10. Don't think they need a WR now. Should def be looking for multiple corners and IOL. Now you ask me about a TE? I think he grabs one somewhere in the first 3 rounds (by our 1st 3rd rounder)
  11. 12 At most Sent from my iPhone using JetNation.com mobile app
  12. If we can't get Pitts, I'd like Brevin Jordan from Miami. Possibly drops to 3rd round. I'd trade up for him if he's there in late 2nd and you think another team will grab him.
  13. Why not? Most NFL fans that I've come across today, and Jets fans I know think it's a bit too convenient that it happened now. The timing is just very very suspicious. I hope the Jets can get him for a discount now. I don't believe any of the allegations, not even a little bit
  14. My biggest issue with JuJu is that he's only a high tier WR2. We MUST have an established WR1 to take teams' top corners off JuJu, at least in spots. He hasn't been the same WR since Antonio Brown departed the Steelers. Imo, there's no reason to overpay here. We have seen his ceiling. Unless Mims develops into a top 10 WR, almost no point in signing JuJu. I love his energy and the intangibles he brings, but I'm not sold on him being our savior or answer at WR
  15. I'll say this much... I find it very odd with the timing of all this. I also saw the allegation. It just reeks of bullsh!t. I'm not buying it. Franchise QB, still in his mid 20s, wants out of Houston and the owner of team doesn't want to trade him... this what real power looks like. They gunna try to ruin his career/life and tarnish his reputation. It's sad that this is where we are at in society. This sexual assault allegation stuff has been used as a weapon in politics, sports, entertainment, even at regular every day jobs so that people can have control of an unfavorable situation. I don't
  16. The timing... just seems to be staged by someone powerful... to **** this kid life up because he doesn’t want to play for Houston Sent from my iPhone using JetNation.com mobile app
  17. 2: If we take a QB? Wilson or Fields No QB, keep Darnold (unlikely) - we would trade back tho I think... lets say we are dumb and don't - Either Chase or Waddle (you dont draft TEs in top 5 (really shouldn't in top 10)... you don't switch a LT to RT and Becton is going to be an All Pro LT. 23: either a guard Davis or Vera-Tucker or if they think he wont drop to 2nd round - RB Javonte Williams (one of my fav players this draft) 2nd round pick - swap whatever I said for 23rd pick... if none available... draft best available (we have holes everywhere)
  18. we need guards/center most imo... I really like Vera-Tucker & Davis. Also really like Dickerson - but he drops to 3rd round... maybe late 3rd (latest)
  19. Used Draft network with 1 trade for this. RECEIVED Round 3 Pick 80 SENT (Las Vegas Raiders): Round 3 Pick 86 Round 7 Pick 240 Round 1 Pick 2: QB Zach Wilson, BYU Round 1 Pick 23 LG Alijah Vera-Tucker, USC (plug and play) Round 2 Pick 34 RB Javonte Williams, North Carolina (reminds me of Nick Chubb or a more violent Aaron Jones, would even take him at 23... my RB1 of this draft) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ooEOtvuC0U Round 3 Pick 66 WR Amon-Ra St. Brown, USC https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t8ovuSAn3EQ Round 3 Pick 80 TE Brevin Jorda
  20. Mac Jones - full scouting report Mac Jones’ athletic genes are littered throughout his family, but it all started with his father, Gordon Jones. Playing at both Florida State and later Flagler University, he went on to lead the program to an NAIA national title in 1977. His mother, Holly Jones, played tennis at Mercer College, and his older brother, Will, would follow in her footsteps, but as a soccer player (2012-2015). Jones also has a sister, Sarah Jane, who played tennis at the College of Charleston (2014-2018). Jones’ parents are both partners at the same law firm in Jacksonv
  21. Jaelan Phillips, Miami A consensus 5-star recruit, Miami EDGE Jaelan Phillips played his first two seasons at UCLA before transferring to Miami where everything came together in 2020. Phillips was flashy at UCLA but played a modest amount of snaps across 11 games in two seasons. Ankle, wrist, and concussion issues limited his time on the field for UCLA before his move to Miami. Phillips’ performance in 2020 was exactly what the Bruins thought they were getting in the former prized recruit. A balanced defender, Phillips is a playmaker against the run and pass, where his exciting blend of
  22. For RB... possibly our 2nd rounder (or maybe another 2nd rounder we get in a possible tradeback) RB Javonte Williams, North Carolina 5'10, 220lbs (runs a 4.4-4.5 40) runs very violently, gets comparisons to Nick Chubb and Aaron Jones
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