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  1. I cant see him getting anything more than a 2 year deal.

    If he continues to play great and balls out in the playoffs, I think the max would be 2yrs $20M/YR. With the understanding that it’s his job.

    Likely contract is 2yrs $10/yr with the opportunity win the starting job. 

  2. 3 hours ago, Warfish said:

    Jets must beat Lions and Jags, first and foremost.

    They need to also beat at least one of Minny/Seattle.

    They do that, I think they're in.

    Better still if they can steal one from Miami or Buffalo, but I have my doubts.

    10 wins.  Get to 10 wins.  Start Sunday, kick Kirk Cousins ass, right @Jetsfan80!

    10 wins is tricky. We can make it with 10 but there’s a lot of ifs. 11 is the magic number.

     

  3. 11 hours ago, maury77 said:

    A gut call, are you friggin serious? You act as if @Warfish doesn't have a literal mountain of statistical evidence to support his position.

    For Zach Wilson to "turn it around" on the Jets at this point would be unprecedented (I believe) as far as recent history goes. Even beyond the statistics at this stage of his career, I don't remember a lot of young guys coming back from last week's press conference fiasco. 

     

    Unprecedented is the right word.

    - No QB that has been as bad as Zach under pressure has ever turned it around. It’s so bad, Patriot players even came out and said all you need to do is pressure him and he will look at the rusher

    - No QB with his poor traditional stats has ever turned it around. He’s in Jarmarcus territory.

    - Despite 4 years of college coaching, 2 off-seasons of private coaching and 1.5 seasons plus 2 spring trainings of NFL coaching, his mechanics still suck

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  4. 53 minutes ago, Hex said:

    It's possible this year for the Jets to be 11-6 and miss the playoffs.

    1 Chiefs 14-3

    2 Phins 13-4

    3 Bengals 12-5

    4 Titans 12-5

    5 Chargers 12-5

    6 Bills 12-5

    7 Ravens 11-6

    8 Jets 11-6 Miss the playoffs due to HtH

    I picked a bunch of games and all but maybe 2 or 3 were reasonable picks and I got this outcome. It's not totally far-fetched. This is if the Jets finish their last 6 games 4-2. If they do worse than that it's even more plausible. Going 5-1 in the last 6 is pretty much a lock for playoffs, but anything less and it's totally possible they don't make it.

    To answer your question, Chargers, Bills, Ravens beat out, Bengals could have a switcheroo with Ravens too to beat the Jets out.

    Chances of this happening seem so slim. Like @jamesr said, the Bengals have a tough schedule and the Chargers have to run the table. Not worried about this scenario at all.

    11 is the magic number. 10 likely doesnt cut though. 

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  5. We’re set at the offensive skill positions. Another playmaker is not moving the needle. We are set at CB as well. 

    It’s a bit early. So, not sure. We don’t even know what Mike White is. One thing I would do is continue to invest in the OL and DL. I would also like us to bring back a lot of our guys. These guys are building a great culture. Let’s keep the guys that are good and have the right attitude.

    TBD on QB.

    But Im not really worried about this now. I trust Saleh and Douglas. Plus, we are in the mix right now. What if we catch fire and win it this year?

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  6. 6 hours ago, T0mShane said:

    The Bears blitzed Mike White four times on Sunday. His stats on those plays? 4 of 4, 79 yards and a TD. White, for his career, gets the ball off in 2.39 seconds. Good luck blitzing that. 

    On one play, the defender blitz him off the right edge. Mike White saw him, winked at him, and threw over the defenders head for a completion.

    How do you defend that? A: you can’t.

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  7. 2 hours ago, FidelioJet said:

    Yeah, his draft profile was he had a big arm.

    His big issues were slow release - and lack of athleticism.  Athleticism for a pocket passer is overrated and his release seems fine to me.  

    Yup. He has a good arm. Seems to take some off it though so that it’s easier to catch. But he zipped that ball between two defenders on the first pass to Moore. So he definitely has some juice.

    I think Zach has a quicker release. But White’s release seems perfectly fine.

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  8. On 11/28/2022 at 6:27 AM, More Cowbell said:

    Watching this tells me Mike White got a bad rap around here with his arm strength. He isn't  going to throw it 70 yards like Allen, but this guy has some zip on the ball and threw accurately  into some tight windows. This guy can be our QB. I think the Bills won't  have the same success as last season when they sat on the intermediate routes. White can make a 30 or 40 yard throw. 

    Yup. The game manager thing gave people the impression he has a weak arm. Nope. He can sling it when he needs to. His Arm strength isnt Josh Allen level but more around Tom Brady which is plenty strong.

  9. 30 minutes ago, NYJCAP2 said:

    More so than the SOS from his college team, the thing I find interesting about White was how well he does with the process.

    Meaning, he didn’t play until his senior year in HS, and even though he played some as a freshman as USF, he didn’t really shine until after he transferred (sat out a year) as an upperclassmen.

    He clearly developed as his career went on at every stage.

    This is something that has to be noted. He didn't take football serious until his senior year in HS. I believe he also played his junior year though.

    Before then, he was trying to be a MLB pitcher.

    He’s bit like Darnold in that sense. Both got a late start because they were multi sport athletes. 

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