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  1. I voted for Cannon due to his game breaking speed, but I have a feeling the Powell signing might doom his chances here.
  2. Good insight here from Breer. Nothing we haven't heard before about the hire and Douglas. As Breer stated, an underrated part of the Douglas hire is the respect he carries in the football community. He will be able to hopefully parlay that into positive (for the Jets) transactions in the future. His staff will be a key thing to keep an eye on as well and a leader is only as strong as the people they surround themselves with. Thank you for posting KRL.
  3. Parcells was great short term. Left the Jets in cap hell, pushed belichick to leave possibility and definitely caused the Jets to miss out on Peyton Manning tho long term. Had the Jets drafted Manning Belichick doesn't leave. But regardless of all that, this was a fantastic hire for the Jets!! Douglas hopefully is a great as we all hear and hope he is.
  4. Definitely a better player than will be remembered for. RIP
  5. A failure? No, a disappointment..ok I'll give you that. He endured QB injury and just plain poor play from the most important position in sports. He did make the playoffs once and actually had a serviceable record. Hopefully for our sake he learned from his mistakes like all of us hopefully do when we mess up. This a microcosm of larger issues we face in society to label him a known commodity and then label it as a fact. Belichick failed in Cleveland, the Pats fans sure are glad they didn't assume he was a known commodity. If you want to die on the hill that he will fail, go right ahead, but to label him a failure I'd just so short-sighted.
  6. For you to definitively state this is as fact is as just as hyperbole as those saying he will most definitely lead the Jets to a SB. Let's assume nothing and just see what happens. I personally feel positive about this situation, but it is still in the honeymoon phase as far as his relationship with the roster goes.
  7. I love the thought process! These are all possible at the end of the day. This board loves to hate on anything off the beaten path, but the amount of time taken on these scenarios is respected here! Well done.
  8. Murray is not in the same ballpark or the same type of player Harper is and its not close. He is a slap hitter with above average defensive skills and great speed who "could" develop some pop. The chances of him getting insane money like Harper who is a franchise player are far, far slimmer than decent QB money which is trending on more and more guaranteed money i.e Cousins. If Murray played RB or WR then yes, baseball might have been better choice.
  9. If the QB's test out really well...like they clearly would have given this mock, there is no way teams like the Giants, Jags, Broncos and maybe Bengals wait. They will look to move up, hopefully the Jets can find a willing partner to trade back.
  10. I made a post about this sometime ago, Joe Montana. From early beginnings and background to skill set, to demeanor.

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