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About Grandy

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    2nd Year Veteran
  • Birthday 06/05/2000

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    Male

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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. Might give us a bigger chance. I change my prediction from 38-13 to 38-14. Niners win by 24 and not 25!
  2. Rooting for Claypool mostly due to my own stupidity I had Courtland Sutton as my WR 2 this week in fantasy, but he's out and I forgot to put in Hollywood Brown before 1 yesterday so I'm hinging on Claypool to get me 20 tonight. Wish me luck!
  3. Being Carr'd is just having your confidence ruined by an extremely poor situation. Carr undoubtedly had potential in there, he was the #1 pick. He just never recovered from being sacked 70 times.
  4. Replacing a bad coach with a mediocre coach still lands you in mediocrity. I'm good bro.
  5. Macc was worse than Idzik I don't care what anyone says. At least we cut the head off the John Dragon after two seasons. Macc was in there for almost half a decade destroying our team.
  6. The guy was reaching out to Dallas brass in October of last year to get out. Before any of the contract drama. He. Did. Not. Want. To. Be. A. Jet.
  7. It's unfortunate to say the least. At one point he had decent mechanics, he had amazing maneuvering and confidence. It all just got shot. I was so friggin hyped to close out 2018, he was phenomenal down the stretch and showed everything. The moxy, the arm talent, the mobility, and accuracy. I still believe that he would be great if he went elsewhere either in the draft or ala Ryan Tannehill, but it's a shame to see his decline due to a complete lack of support on all fronts. We've completely Carr'd him.
  8. Peep this thread if you want. It shows how decimated his confidence and mojo is compared to his rookie year. We complained about the Bates offense, and how we were starting guys like Elijah McGuire, and Andre Roberts. However Darnold was actually comfortable and looked like he would be something amazing. Gase has tried to choke him into being a QB he just isn't, and he refuses to change that one bit. His great natural feel and instinct is being killed before our eyes. All of what he does best is completely neutered by a guy who wants him to play like a pocket passer. The stubbornness of Gase is profound. He's never had offensive success outside of the greatest passer of all time, but insists on forcing his static offense down the throat of so many guys with little to no adaptation to their talents.
  9. If it was about the money, he'd have an extension right now. He said himself that he can wait to be paid because he's winning now. He was tired of being a loser. Also paying 20+ a year for a guy who has never intercepted a starting quarterback isn't genius strategy for a team that wasn't ever going to be competitive with or without a loud safety.
  10. A known that wasn't going to take a snap for us again anyway, and was doing his best to burn every bridge on his way out. It really is that simple. What else were we going to do?
  11. Adams gives you the picks to put together a few drafts, and an opportunity to spend multiple high picks on more important positions. It's simple.
  12. I still love his talent but its year 3. No matter what you cant be missing those throws and showing such awful mechanics. Let him play out the rest of the season. If we're bad enough to get a QB then we take a QB. If he somehow pulls it together and plays like a franchise guy then we stick with him. It solves itself. Unless we reach the doomsday scenario... Like I mentioned before, the worst possible scenario is not the one where he completely busts in flames. The worst scenario is him being totally mediocre and stringing us along for hope, while never being good enough to be the guy and just winning enough games to stop us from getting a top flight QB replacement.

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