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About RedBeardedSavage

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  • Birthday January 1

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  • What is your favorite Jets related memory?
    2010 Divisional Round Playoffs, Jets 28 - Pats 21
  • Do you have season tickets?
  • What Jets memory broke your heart?
    Doug Brien, Heinz Field
  • Where you alive for Super Bowl III?

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  1. RedBeardedSavage

    What are u listening to right now?

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    Anyone here ever quit drinking?

    I can't say I can relate specifically, but I can relate generally. My vice of choice was weed. I quit a daily habit about nine months ago at age 31. You'll likely have to change habits, I'm sure everyone on here has told you that, but you'll also have to some shed some friends. That might sound ruthless and sh*tty, but it's the hard truth that you need to hear. I bet there are some friends that you wouldn't be friends with if you didn't share this vice. Those are the people that need to go. Accept that you'll have to suffer some social consequences; you're not gonna be that "down AF" guy anymore, but you'll feel better when you look in the mirror and that's what matters.
  3. Meh, the best player I've ever seen was this guy: Don't care about stats. Don't care about longevity. I still watch this youtube on the reg every couple of months: And that was just his rookie year...
  4. RedBeardedSavage

    What are u listening to right now?

    I'm sure a lot of you have seen this too, it blew up quick:
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    What are u listening to right now?

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    Darnold Starting and QB Development

    I don't understand: "well we drafted him high, so he's gotta play now!" "since when did sitting help anybody?... Dorsia?...nobody goes there anymore" "We've got to compete this year... because..." Aaron Rodgers sat. Carson Palmer sat. Pat Maholmes sat last year. If we had the Texans roster and coaching staff, sure, maybe we give Darnold a shot to win the job. But we don't. We've got Bowles and a bottom third roster. I love that we got Darnold. I'm excited going forward. But we've still got McCown and this offensive unit is a long way from a good supporting cast. The most logical thing to do is to give Sam the time to learn how to be a professional for a year, maybe throw him a game or two weeks 16 and 17, and then spend a lot of money and draft capital next year on offense... hopefully get a new head coach in too; one that we're confident can develop a quarterback.
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    Darnold Starting and QB Development

    Meh, we're all question marks on offense. If Robby stays out of trouble, If Kearse duplicates last year, If Enunwa returns strong, If Beachum, Long, and Rawls stay healthy, If Shell continues to develop... then maybe it's worth giving Darnold the keys. The safer option is to redshirt year one.
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    Darnold Starting and QB Development

    Redshirt year 1. He's 20, our offensive roster stinks and we're not contenders by any stretch.
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    Day-3 (Rounds 4-7)

    I want to build an offensive line like Dallas or Philly. I can think Shell has been a pleasant surprise, to a degree, and still want to add depth, opportunity, and athletes to that unit. As a franchise, we seem to be infatuated with five techniques. I wish, instead, if we felt the same way, and spent as many resources, on offensive tackles.
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    Please no Josh Allen and no Mayfield.

    I get that you're trying to get clicks for your article and sh*t, but you know, it'd be a lot cooler if you didn't.
  11. RedBeardedSavage

    JetNation 2018 Mock Draft DISCUSSION

    @Lith & @Dcat - thanks guys, you did a great job.
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    Star College QB's who struggle in the Pros

    I agree. I think most of it, so long as you pick a player that has a baseline of talent and is willing to work, is luck and situation. To this day I think Kellen Clemens might have been a good one if McCariens held on to that TD pass in Baltimore; Clemens would have engineered a last second comeback win @ Baltimore against Ray Lewis, Ed Reed and Terrel Suggs in their prime - moments like that can make careers: a player builds self confidence, earns the belief of his teammates and the faith of the fan base. This buys him the time and confidence to develop. But JMac let the ball slip right between his hands and it ended sailing directly into Ray Lewis’s chest for the easy pick. What could have been an amazing comeback win on the road by an upstart quarterback against a superior team became a game ending interception and the world shrugged it off because we weren’t supposed to win that game anyway.
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    JetNation 2018 Mock Draft SELECTIONS

    Carolina Panthers select Martez Carter RB Grambling State @Patriot Killa OTC
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    JetNation 2018 Mock Draft SELECTIONS

    With the 234th pick in the 2018 NFL draft, the Carolina Panthers select Jake Wieneke WR South Dakota State
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    Forum on Arden Key

    I don't want Key because I don't think we're the team that can afford that risk. There are too many holes on this roster to take a chance on someone that might be out of the NFL by the end of his rookie contract. I've been dying for this team to draft a true pass rusher, but Key is too risky. For me, he makes much more sense for a team that can afford to miss, especially considering we'd likely have to move up to draft him.