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Claymation

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  1. Thanks for sharing. His take on getting Breece Hall for an extra 5th And him being a HR hitter is something to get excited about. Continuity is what will breed success with this team, Zach being in the same system will allow him to get comfortable with this offense. Saleh said he won’t have to think what people will be doing, he will just know. He brought up the Cole play where he was short of the TD as an example. Great interview no cliché
  2. Isn’t he canoodling with Kay Adams, from the NFL network not the Kay Adams from The Godfather.
  3. It’s colder in May than in December in NJ.
  4. Who would, except for a handful of people.
  5. Fant reminds me of Beachum, that average at best LT we had during Macagnan years. I guess people here really do like Mac's player personnel decisions.
  6. I like the fact the Jets double dipped at edge. Connor Rodgers thought he had talent, questioned his off field stuff but dinged the Jets overall score because of the pick. He is a strong player with a violent punch, plus he has a nose ring. Daphne Zuniga will struggle to make the team this year because of Michael.
  7. I am guessing the Joe will monitor the players getting cut this month and next before mandatory mini camp. Teams will likely trim their roster, that is how the Jets acquired Morgan Moses. They also picked up Solomon Thomas. A healthy Lawson and and Johnson II, they should be much improved. Plus they got Whitehead. After what I saw from Zach last year after he came back, I think he is well on his way to make the next step. They improved the interior OL, Becton should be healthy, a new 3 down back and the have 4 new receivers/TEs. Overall this is a better team, floor is a 7 win team. It's up to Robert and his merry men to improve upon that.
  8. The cupboards aren't bare anymore, the success of this team now falls squarely of Robert and his staff. They have to develop these players and more importantly Zach Wilson. The success of this franchise depends on it.
  9. Edge Lawson rehabbed all last year and the two draft picks in Johnson II & Clemons
  10. That's fair, but I don't like their RBs at all. And I prefer Garret Wilson over Waddle and Moore over Wilson. Obviously Hill is the class of the Receiving Corp. Head and Shoulders better than everyone on either team.
  11. I would take the Jets offensive weapons over the Patriots and the Phins. LWR17Waddle, Jaylen 21/1 RWR10Hill, Tyreek T/KC SWR11Wilson, Cedrick U/Dal TE88Gesicki, Mike 18/2 RB2Edmonds, Chase U/Arz 31MOSTERT, RAHEEM U/SF LWR00Parker, DeVante T/Mia RWR84Bourne, Kendrick U/SF SWR16Meyers, Jakobi CF19 TE85Henry, Hunter U/LAC RB37Harris, Damien 19/3 38Stevenson, Rhamondre 21/4 LWR84Davis, Corey U/Ten RWR00Wilson, Garrett 22/1 SWR8Moore, Elijah 21/2 TE00Uzomah, CJ U/Cin RB00Hall, Breece 22/2 32Carter, Michael 21/4
  12. He was lower than JJ on their board.
  13. The cupboards aren’t bare anymore, if this team doesn’t field a competitive product, that falls squarely on Saleh’s shoulders.
  14. There is quite of bit of talent on this roster, it’s up to Saleh and his staff to get this team to playing up to its potential. JD and the personnel staff did their part.
  15. Winners from Round 1 New York Jets The picks: Ahmad "Sauce" Gardner, CB, Cincinnati (No. 4); Garrett Wilson, WR, Ohio State (No. 10) and Jermaine Johnson II, DE, Florida State (No. 26) I'm a big fan of these three picks. The Jets got my top-ranked corner and top-ranked wide receiver in the top 10, and then they got a potential steal late in the night in Johnson. Gardner is going to shut down one side of the field. He's long and fast, and he didn't allow a single touchdown as the primary defender in his collegiate career. Wilson is only 6-foot, so he's not a huge red-zone target like Drake London, but he plays bigger because of his long arms, leaping ability and excellent body control to come down with acrobatic catches. He's going to help Zach Wilson complete easy passes because of his ability to run after the catch. And by the way, Wilson is the first receiver the Jets have taken in Round 1 since Santana Moss in 2001. Johnson slid -- he is my 11th-ranked prospect -- and the Jets pounced, trading pick Nos. 35, 69 and 163 for Nos. 26 and 101. I thought it was possible they could have taken him at No. 10 if the board fell differently, so this is a home-run class so far for general manager Joe Douglas. And he still gets an early pick on Day 2 (No. 38) to get another starter. Head-scratching moves from Round 1 New England Patriots The pick: Cole Strange, G/C, Chattanooga (No. 29) This was a huge reach on my board. I thought Strange might sneak into Round 2, but he's not a first-round talent. I know New England has a hole at guard, but will Strange even start immediately? Strange made 44 starts in college and plays with good technique, but this is high for a prospect who is No. 69 on my Big Board. The good thing for Bill Belichick & Co. is that they added extra capital by moving down eight spots with the Chiefs, adding pick Nos. 94 and 121. https://www.espn.com/nfl/draft2022/insider/story/_/id/33821092/nfl-draft-2022-round-1-winners-head-scratching-picks-reaches-mel-kiper-first-round-updates
  16. JD and his staff value premium positions. In his past 3 drafts, JD drafted these positions in the 1st round: Left Tackle Guard QB CB Edge WR
  17. Good, I was worried they would have taken Thibs at 4. Now get me a WR at 10.
  18. Sauce/Jermaine Johnson, in either spot. Trade up to Baltimore's 15 for WR. JD, Make it happen!
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