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  1. Sting has a message for Villain:
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    Every snap you take and every throw you make
    Every run you fake, for my own sake, I'll be watching you.
    Every single play and every audible you say
    Every game you play, every fumble away, I'll be watching you
    Oh can't you see, you belong to me
    How my poor heart aches with every throw you make
    Every move you make, every audible you fake
    Every tackle you break, you take the cake,  I'll be watching you.





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  2. Well then, You really got me thinking on this one.  We have the answer! History tends to repeat itself and if we look carefully at all of the information presented regarding all of the great QB's who were beaten out at their first school, transferred and then went on to have SB winning careers the 2017 draft  has 2 guys that we need to look into extensively in the later rounds.  Davis Webb and Nathen Peterman:
    While all our Jets fans are debating that we should look at Mike Glennon, lets remember, Glennon beat out Russel Wilson at NC State.  He was drafted 2 spots ahead of Wilson in the third round of the draft.  Wilson went on to play in 2 Super Bowls so far and won one:  http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nfl/seahawks/2013/10/31/russell-wilson-mike-glennon-buccaneers-north-carolina-nc-state/3331785/
    Well now look at this Draft:  Davis Webb was not given a fair chance and was beaten out by Patrick Mahommes II at Texas Tech.  Davis transferred to CAL and had a decent career. The one thing you notice about Webb is when he received NFL coaching during the Senior Bowl week he progressively got better as the week went on eventually winning MVP honors.  The arrow is pointing up for him:  http://sportsday.dallasnews.com/college-sports/collegesports/2016/10/21/ex-texas-tech-qb-davis-webb-feels-get-fair-chance-compete-job-red-raiders
    http://www.calbears.com/news/2017/1/28/football-senior-bowl-mvp-davis-webb-lifts-south-to-victor.aspx
     
    The Other guy who is intriguing is Nathen Peterman from PITT:  Peterman transferred from Tenn Vols. after being beat out by Dobbs.  Both of these QB's also played in the Senior Bowl.  http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/ncaaf-dr-saturday/report--tennessee-qb-nathan-peterman-will-transfer-to-pitt-182049136.html
     
    The point is:  Yes when you have an elite talent like Manning, Rivers, Big Ben, Luck etc. starring at you at the top of the first round you make the move.  In a draft like this you look to find that guy who has gone through the humility of being beaten out, embarrassed, but did not keep him from getting better and holding that little extra grudge.  That is what made a lot of those great NFL qb's that much better, the mindset to prove everyone wrong and thank the organization that took the chance on them!
     


    isn't that what Hackenberg is or was coming out of college ?


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  3. Well then, You really got me thinking on this one.  We have the answer! History tends to repeat itself and if we look carefully at all of the information presented regarding all of the great QB's who were beaten out at their first school, transferred and then went on to have SB winning careers the 2017 draft  has 2 guys that we need to look into extensively in the later rounds.  Davis Webb and Nathen Peterman:
    While all our Jets fans are debating that we should look at Mike Glennon, lets remember, Glennon beat out Russel Wilson at NC State.  He was drafted 2 spots ahead of Wilson in the third round of the draft.  Wilson went on to play in 2 Super Bowls so far and won one:  http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nfl/seahawks/2013/10/31/russell-wilson-mike-glennon-buccaneers-north-carolina-nc-state/3331785/
    Well now look at this Draft:  Davis Webb was not given a fair chance and was beaten out by Patrick Mahommes II at Texas Tech.  Davis transferred to CAL and had a decent career. The one thing you notice about Webb is when he received NFL coaching during the Senior Bowl week he progressively got better as the week went on eventually winning MVP honors.  The arrow is pointing up for him:  http://sportsday.dallasnews.com/college-sports/collegesports/2016/10/21/ex-texas-tech-qb-davis-webb-feels-get-fair-chance-compete-job-red-raiders
    http://www.calbears.com/news/2017/1/28/football-senior-bowl-mvp-davis-webb-lifts-south-to-victor.aspx
     
    The Other guy who is intriguing is Nathen Peterman from PITT:  Peterman transferred from Tenn Vols. after being beat out by Dobbs.  Both of these QB's also played in the Senior Bowl.  http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/ncaaf-dr-saturday/report--tennessee-qb-nathan-peterman-will-transfer-to-pitt-182049136.html
     
    The point is:  Yes when you have an elite talent like Manning, Rivers, Big Ben, Luck etc. starring at you at the top of the first round you make the move.  In a draft like this you look to find that guy who has gone through the humility of being beaten out, embarrassed, but did not keep him from getting better and holding that little extra grudge.  That is what made a lot of those great NFL qb's that much better, the mindset to prove everyone wrong and thank the organization that took the chance on them!
     


    isn't that what Hackenberg is or was coming out of college ?


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  4. A big NO to aging veterans and unproven players.  Unless the Jets draft a QB that they think can start right away, they should let Petty have one year to prove himself, and if he falters during the year, give Hackenberg a shot. If its a big sh*t show, than draft or sign a QB in 2018. 


    unfortunately mac and bowles have different agendas! a veteran will be targeted .


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  5. Blah, blah!!!  McCoy got fired in SD and ran back to his previous organization.  Musgrave got pushed out
    in OAK because the Jets wanted to talk to Todd Downing (QB coach, now their OC) and they got scared


    regardless , the Jets still don't have an OC , QB coach, offensive philosophy , no way to get a playbook or tape for the young qbs to study and learn


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  6. John Gruden gave him glowing reviews this morning on Mike
    and Mike. He's an excellent leader , most victories ever against ranked opponents , went toe to toe with Alabama back to back years , side line demeanor when down 14-0 and getting abused was very positive . He thinks he should be the #1 pick


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  7. Look at the History at the Qb busts in rd1 it still wouldn't prevent you from taking one . Fournette is the RB equivalent to Andrew Luck. 


    agreed ! however there are very few rbs taken first round. especially in today's game where you need more than one rb. Qbs are the golden goose. that's why team teach every year and hope they hit the lottery. Look at the current playoff teams , besides Zeke no rbs taken first round. The one thing in common re franchise qbs. I'm not saying those rbs aren't future pr bowlers but less pressing need than the building block positions.


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  8. The vets did a great job last year and our record showed it ! This year every vet has had a down year or a plain terrible year.
    Qb- terrible
    Wr- hurt and/or terrible
    Te- ?
    Oline- injuries to almost every position
    D-line - the supposed strength of this team , what a joke
    LB- i expected some growing pains with 2 rookies and and a 2nd year player as starters
    CB - Revis island has officially closed for business . Safety play possibly worse in the league

    All the vets gotta go and time to rebuild the right way not some smoke and mirrors parlor trick


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