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  1. Favre 508 TD’s 336 INT’s 71,000 Yards I’ll take a Sam Darnold version of Brett Favre all day, every day.
  2. Who knows. Just threw it out there. Bowles loves the guy. I’m not sure the relationship with Bates but again I’m guessing it’s pretty good.
  3. Sounds like by not hiring a QB coach, possibly, maybe Mc Cown could be the 2019 QB coach. Just saying.
  4. I agree. I think if the CB’s and safeties can play man and jam the receivers it will open up for more blitz schemes. Bowles did that a lot the first year.
  5. Yeah!!! What’s with that anyway. The D has spit and sputtered and many times seems out of position and frankly unprepared.
  6. I’m always very optimistic at this time of year. The Jets are loaded with young talent. And they tend to play with heart and pride rather than for their next contract. They also have some maturing and mature vets in the mix which is a good thing. Yes they can win the division. With Brady entering his 40’s, he’s one hit away from watching the games from the sidelines and they don’t have a Jimmy G to back him up. They lose Brady and all is lost for NE. They got a shot for sure if things fall into place and we get a couple breaks... for a change. We actually played some tough football last year and we’re in most of the games. Had a lot of penalties that killed many good drives, had a few bad calls. If they could clean it up on the field, get some wins under their belt, build confidence as the season progresses, yeah they can do it.
  7. Yeah that’s a crazy run. That will probably knock some starters out.....right out of the gate. How can they schedule that. I don’t recall any team having that schedule.
  8. Good read Sperm E. I’m not assuming anything. My wife had a DVT and PE and goes on thinners if she needs surgery. And it would be rare to just have them once and not be treated continuously, although again my wife doesn’t take anything regularly. She is a Factor 8. I’m a little sensitive to the fact that people just throw the steroid accusation at football players and other sports athletes. I powerlifted for 25 years (drug free) and was good. Had a National Title and many State Championships under my belt and was many times accused of using steroids, which I didn’t. Was tested more times than most lifters at the meets since I was winning and breaking state records frequently. Not bragging about it, just not a big fan of throwing it out there unconfirmed. He’s never been popped for juice to my knowledge and we don’t know his medical history or current treatment. Hope he’s an asset to the team.
  9. Well you know what happens when we ASS U ME. Just not a big fan of putting a label on a guy when we really don’t know. People get pulmonary emboli all the time for various reasons without Roids. Could be genetic or random.
  10. Weed and traffic infractions. If that’s the only skeletons in his closet...no big deal. If he can play sign him up.
  11. I didn’t know it was confirmed that his blood clots were due to steroids. Unless you are just assuming that.
  12. Right now he’s a big “if” but maybe he’ll pan out. Worth a shot in training camp and preseason. He’s young and has potential and it’s not costing the Jets much to try him out. LT is critical.
  13. Just his draft scouting report brother. He seems like he has a problem keeping his weight up. Blood clots and weight gain is not a good combination but has some positives.... and negatives.
  14. Draft scouting report: Strengths Outstanding athleticism. Very good lateral quickness coming out of stance. Former high school hooper who still has basketball feet. Able to mirror pass rushers before and after engagement. Rarely beaten cleanly around edge by speed. Continues to slide feet and maintain engagement up and around pass arc. Works to keep his blocks centered in his power zone. Easily redirects back inside to chase an inside challenge. Has loose hips and quick feet providing recovery ability. Plays with his length. Fluid in space and can get to challenging angles. Keeps battling to anchor if he gets bumped early. Finds ways to get his man blocked. Weaknesses Carries stringy frame with upper body that looks like a defensive end. Lack of lower body strength exacerbated by elevated pad level. Needs to bend hips to dip pad level below defender's. In pass protection, opens outside hip up early rather than staying square in initial stages. Hands take outside path to target and punch can be ill-timed, allowing rusher first strike into his frame. Defaults to lunging at target when he panics. Lacks anticipation against twists. Will have to add more bulk and strength. Grabs and holds to counter bull-rush. Narrow base carries no power as base blocker in run game. Footwork and angles inconsistent on reach blocks.
  15. May be a good pickup. Keeping his weight up is concerning considering potential heat health issues. Draft scouting report: Strengths Outstanding athleticism. Very good lateral quickness coming out of stance. Former high school hooper who still has basketball feet. Able to mirror pass rushers before and after engagement. Rarely beaten cleanly around edge by speed. Continues to slide feet and maintain engagement up and around pass arc. Works to keep his blocks centered in his power zone. Easily redirects back inside to chase an inside challenge. Has loose hips and quick feet providing recovery ability. Plays with his length. Fluid in space and can get to challenging angles. Keeps battling to anchor if he gets bumped early. Finds ways to get his man blocked. Weaknesses Carries stringy frame with upper body that looks like a defensive end. Lack of lower body strength exacerbated by elevated pad level. Needs to bend hips to dip pad level below defender's. In pass protection, opens outside hip up early rather than staying square in initial stages. Hands take outside path to target and punch can be ill-timed, allowing rusher first strike into his frame. Defaults to lunging at target when he panics. Lacks anticipation against twists. Will have to add more bulk and strength. Grabs and holds to counter bull-rush. Narrow base carries no power as base blocker in run game. Footwork and angles inconsistent on reach blocks.
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