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  1. Agree on not wanting Newton, can certainly see a QB controversy there if / when Darnold struggles during the season. However, I don't think we run into a similar controversy / predicament if a Flacco / McCown is backing up Sam. The whole team knows Darnold is the #1 for the 2020 season regardless of his play and that the old man backup is there in case of injury. I would find it to be very detrimental to the young offensive talent (Mims, oline) if we got stuck starting Morgan / Fales for any more than 2 games next year if Sam were to go down. Would rather have an experienced Pro to help continue and progress our offensive talent. Maybe that person isn't Flacco/Mccown but it certainly isn't Fales.
  2. These schedules are based on rotations amongst divisions and also the place a team comes within their division in the prior year. The only thing the NFL has say in is what part of the year the matchups are played.
  3. This gives them a ton of flexibility to start the season late. Everyone will still have the same amount of division and conference games for the playoff tiebreaker should they have a shortened season.
  4. Love that he's already asking for the playbook on the draft day call. The interview was great too. He says all the right things for a guy that is playing behind a young franchise qb. Just wants to make himself valuable to the team in any way he can. Not talking about trying to setup a qb competition or beat Darnold out to start. He knows his role and that he'll get his chance when/if it comes.
  5. Ben Graham didn't play for the jets this decade. He marked Nick Folk as the best and only kicker that qualifies (on the jets for 2+ years this decade) Brad Smith was only on the team in 2010 but that is arguably the best kick returning season the jets had all decade. That kick return TD on Thanksgiving against the Bengals was awesome. Motherf**er ran 50 yards with one shoe on.
  6. If he is a key contributitor to the only 2 playoff wins we have this decade. You bet!
  7. Cro was a huge reason we beat Indy in 2010. His kick return at the end of the game was critical to the comeback and it helped to take some pressure off the offense. Wish they used him more often as a kick return threat.
  8. He WAS considerably better. Big question mark coming off major knee injury at 28 years old.
  9. As much as I was a big fan of Avery's play in 2018, would rather not roll the dice on his health in 2020 and use the $6.5 million towards upgrading at the tackle position for a year (i.e. Jason Peters). The first round of the draft can shake out so many ways and giving Joe Douglas the flexibility to move down or not be forced to pick an OT with his first pick would go a long way.
  10. From Rotoworld: https://www.rotoworld.com/football/nfl/player/10633/avery-williamson The Athletic's Connor Hughes wonders if Jets ILB Avery Williamson (knee) will be released once healthy. Williamson is entering the final year of his three-year deal and missed all of last season with a torn ACL suffered in the preseason. Williamson carries an $8.5 million cap number, and the Jets can save $6.5 million of that by releasing him. They just have to wait until he can pass a physical. The Jets are loaded at inside linebacker, returning C.J. Mosley, Neville Hewitt, and James Burgess while adding Patrick Onwuasor. Williamson being cut seems like a no-brainer move. SOURCE: The Athletic Apr 8, 2020, 8:37 AM ET
  11. Isn't that the point? Robert Kraft is spending his time and money to support others in need when the majority of people cannot. Feel free to blast him for it if that makes you feel better.
  12. What types of charities and donations have you given with your pennies this week?
  13. Melvin's average yards per carry is awful. If it wasn't for the volume of goal line touches and TDs hes had over the past few years he'd be scrambling for a backup job right now.
  14. I'd offer him 2 years $19 million ($9.5 APY) with $12 million guaranteed. Can cut bait if he has a terrible next year and gives the team ability to pivot in 2021 draft/FA. Anything more and he can kick rocks, good luck elsewhere where he wont be on the receiving end of 90+targets.

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