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About Grandy

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  • Where do you live?
    Florida
  • What are your interests? Hobbies?
    I quite enjoy following the massively successful New York Mets, and Jets!

Jets Info

  • What is your favorite Jets related memory?
    Folk kicking the FG to win in Indy as time expired 2010 WC Game
  • Do you have season tickets?
    no
  • What Jets memory broke your heart?
    Doug Brien missing 2 game winning FG's/ The F**king 2012 Thanksgiving Game (35-0 at half, butt-fumble)
  • Who is your favorite member of the NY Jets flight crew?
    That one chic
  • Where you alive for Super Bowl III?
    no

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  1. Lawrence is an amazing talent, but he's been struggling this year.
  2. I agree with the take. It's interesting that they'll forever be compared because of the draft, making them forced rivals. Another interesting thing is the fact that they're totally opposite QB's both on and off the field. One thing many (including myself) gave Baker over Darnold was moxie. Baker seemed like a loud passionate leader of men, but Darnold was more reserved and mature in his demeanor. The thing that always concerned me was if that energy would work if the Browns ever encountered a streak of struggle like this one. Especially if (like many say) Baker's top trait is his fiery persona. I guess that the mature and somewhat quiet demeanor of Darnold works better in this league. Most amazing QB's over time carry themselves like Darnold, and in a market like NY; he's got the best mind for the job.
  3. Lattimore has actually been receding since amazing his first year. As of right now, he'd have the 3rd highest CB grade on our 1-4 team.
  4. Next week should be the only option. Winning on MNF against the Pats changes everything.
  5. We're probably not beating the Pats, but I expect and want it to be at least close.
  6. I'll admit I was wrong about the Goff/Smith tidbit, but Dobbs> Watson is still a thing on there.
  7. Right Now 1) Jackson- He's putting up impressive numbers on the air, and ground. Plus his team is in 1st. Easy choice right now. 2) Darnold- Ever since he hurt his foot last year he's been the most impressive. Just need to see him keep it up for a few more games to give him a safe 1st place vote. However yesterday did really add fuel to the fire. 3) Allen- Numbers aren't that impressive, but his team is 4-1. And although those 4 wins have been with tons of luck, and against poor teams he has shown some good clutch ability. 4) Mayfield- Reallllllyyyyy struggling. His numbers are bad plain and simple, although his hyped up supporting cast has been nothing but disappointing so far. 5) Rosen- He was just benched, and has a 50 QB rating this year. Bad team or not, it's a bad look. When All Is Said and Done 1) Darnold- Has the best mix between current ability, and ceiling. If he keeps up the pace like yesterday, and the final 4 games of last year; him at 1 is a no brainer. Because his biggest knock was turnovers, and if he can limit them; there's nothing in the way of his stardom (aside from another case of mono). 2) Jackson- Don't think he has super impressive passing skills, but they're good enough to strike a scary balance between his legs, and arm. He's gonna win a ton of games until he blows out his legs. 3) Mayfield (Could easily be flip flopped for Jackson)- Though he's struggling now, he still showed a ton last year and I believe he could salvage his performance and remind people why he was so hyped. Just worried about his decision making (on and off the field) 4) Allen- Has had a streak of some nice wins, and has one of the biggest cannons known to man. However I just don't feel that he can sustain a long term career unless he greatly improves his passing skills. 5) Rosen - The definition of being thrown to the wolves. Pre-draft I was high on him, but he's been dealt the worst hand this league has to offer. It'll take something special to save this young man's career. I really do feel bad for Rosen
  8. Imagine relying on Qbase for accurate projections when their top 2 QB's ever (Alex Smith, and Jared Goff) are glorified game managers, and they gave both Watson and Mahomes under a 10% chance to be elite. I mean, Joshua Dobbs has a higher ranking than both Watson, Darnold, and Wentz. It's just as much a crapshoot as every other prospect ranking out there.
  9. Bayless takes certain opinions for viewership. Like every guy who has worked for him either behind the scenes or on air has said that he's actually a great guy that says controversial things to put on an entertaining show; and it works.
  10. Not sure what's up with him. Has he just been figured out, and has yet to adapt his game? Or is it a mental thing? Because he was spectacular last year, and now has a top 5 supporting cast around him. Also it's not like he's just slumping, he's genuinely playing bad football. Ultimately I think he pulls it together, but his last few games have been concerning.
  11. We need rollouts. Darnold looks sharp, now play to his strengths.
  12. Nothing huge but that first throw was the most exciting thing this O has put out since week 1.
  13. Saw the same thing with Eli. Watching film I could swear he was a better QB without him because of over-reliance.
  14. Jones had a bad game, but he'll be fine. Don't think he'll ever be an elite guy, but I expect him to be good. If you look at the numbers through his first 4, they line up perfectly with Darnold's which I found interesting.

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