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  1. I'd be shocked if he started. They paid decent money to just about every spot on the line. Maybe he could sneak into the RT spot, but according to everything I've read he'll probably be a guard He is in an excellent position to step in when someone gets hurt and earn the job that way, though.
  2. If someone is offering a 1st and a 2nd, I trade him. It would offer too much flexibility in the draft. You could draft a blue chip OT and WR in the first, then package a 2nd and a 3rd to get back into the first to grab a C. That gives you another second and third to address CB/Pass Rusher. I like Jamal, but it would be tough to turn that down. If someone is offering a 1st and a 3rd, I think about it long and hard,then I probably take him. It still offers immense draft flexibility and allows the Jets to rebuild the offense in one draft. If the best the Jets can get is a 1st, I would probably keep Jamal. He's still the teams best player, and he is a joy to watch.
  3. I wrote this elsewhere, but according to reports the Jets turned down an offer of a first and third rounder earlier this season. I'm not sure what that means the Jets are demanding, but for the purpose of this post, I'll assume they receive first and third in this draft. An additional first and third would allow for so much flexibility in what the Jets are able to do on Thursday. Hypothetically, lets say they can get a first and a third from Oakland. This would let them to address both OT and WR at 11 and 12, hitting their two biggest needs immediately. This trade would also give them the flexibility to package a second and a third to get back into the first to further solidify the OL, or grab a CB/Pass Rusher. This would still leave them with two third round picks to further improve WRs. I'm a big Jamal fan, but if the Jets could turn him into the scenario I laid out above, I think you need to consider it.
  4. Round 1- OT Round 2- OL/WR Round 3- OL/WR Round 3- OL/WR Basically, I want two of each in the first four picks, with OT in R1. Sent from my SM-G973U using Tapatalk
  5. Sign Peters and draft someone to play RT this year. When Peters retires, the RT can either move to LT, or the Jets can draft an LT That's what I'd do Sent from my SM-G973U using Tapatalk
  6. I think I'd probably try and trade down and acquire additional draft capital. If I couldn't do that, I'd be fine going WR in round 1 and OT in round 2. I'd bring in Jason Peter's or Trent William's for a couple years while the second round pick starts at RT. Sent from my SM-G973U using Tapatalk
  7. I'd be cool if they signed this guy, and drafted someone at 11 to play RT. Then in a couple years, you can move him when Peters retires. Take a C in round 2, and try to find some decent guards in FA (maybe Edoga?) Sent from my SM-G973U using Tapatalk
  8. For me it really depends on the return. If the Jets could get a first rounder and a mid round pick, I'd almost consider it a no brainer. It would give the Jets the opportunity to take two offensive linemen in the first round, opening up the rest of the draft to load up on WR/CB/Edge/OL I love Jamal, but I think I would deal him if it mean getting a first and a mid round pick(s)
  9. If he finished top 15 in most major categories I think I would consider that successful. Top 15 in yards/TDs/Completion%. I dont expect him to be top 15 in INTs this year, he just doesnt seem like that kind of player. He'll definitely try to do too much and turn the ball over.
  10. Idzik had a plan you could very easily see. A plan that I think most fans would appreciate. He stockpiled pics, didnt want to overspend on free agents. Unfortunately, he executed his plan so horribly, it doesnt matter how many picks you stockpile if you dont hit. Macacagnan seemed like a smart guy, but didnt have a great plan. He didnt seem like he recognized how positional value worked in the NFL. He didnt seem to value the OL, and that killed the Jets last year. Overall, I'm gonna go with Mac being better. He drafted Darnold. If Darnold becomes the franchise QB we think he can, Mac deserves that credit.
  11. A lot hinges on the return the Jets would receive. I don't totally remember, but didnt the Jets hold out for more than the 1st and 3rd the Cowboys offered at the trade deadline? I like Jamal, but if the Jets could get a first and third (or better), I'd have to consider it. I don't know how the draft will shake out, so this is a bit pie in the sky, but what if they could get Andrew Thomas at 11 and Jedrick Willis at 17. That makes it a lot easier to go WR in the second round, and C/OG in the third. Combine that with signing Brandon Shreff, and the line takes a giant leap, and wouldnt be super expensive. Would people turn that down because of Jamal Adams? I really dont think so.
  12. I'd personally drive him to Indy. Nelson is an animal. Sent from my SM-G973U using Tapatalk
  13. Of those teams, based on personnel, I think I would say the Jets. If Darnold is as good as I think he is, the Jets are going to be very good. The only thing that would give me pause, is that the Giants ownership is better than the Jets. I trust Mara more than Woody/CJ. But that is basically the only thing I give the Giants over the Jets. Maybe RB as well. I don't trust Mets or Knicks ownership to ever do the right thing. Perry is intriguing for sure, but the Knicks could easily sign Middleton and Tobias Harris and ruin the rebuild they're doing.

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