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  1. 27 minutes ago, Prodigal Syndicate said:

    Since day 1 his player relations has been garbage. 

    Yea. I agree. This is not about Darnold the QB. I remember Douglas publicly  stating that talking to Darnolds  family he was going to do everything in the off season too support him. What happens. Robby signs with the Panthers and he pays a washed up center 8 mill too stink it up for 10 games until he was benched. A definite pattern of dishonest statements since he's been here.

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  2. A bunch of things about him bother me. Maybe I'll have the patience and guts to post a sperm sized post. For now,after saying he made a mistake not aggressively  trying to resign Robby. He follows that by talking bullsh*t about how much he wanted to extend Maye. Then makes a low ball take it or leave it offer. His drafting is a problem. His honesty and playing straight with his players rubs me the wrong way.

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  3. 45 minutes ago, oatmeal said:

    As I typed earlier 

    RunCMC on the day =

    24 rush 72 yards and a Touchdown 

    5 Rec for 55 yards

    and a spy and full box anytime he’s on the field but yes He DIdnT Do NoThING IT WaZ DARNOLD 



    He averaged 3 yes a carry. If you take away two big gainers when the game was almost over, he did not nothing today as a runner. You can make that argument about other QB's. Would Josh Allen be as good as he was last year without Diggs. Take Kelce and Hill away from Mahomes, and see if he is the same QB. 

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  4. 2 hours ago, oatmeal said:

    No what’s pathetic is praising darnold for literally being carried by the nfls best RB for 2 games like he’s arrived. He was the third overall pick expected to be wayyy more than the game manager that he is now. 

    comparing a more talented rookie to a 4th year veteran game manager Qb is comical 


    Lol. The Saints stuffed the Panthers running game today. It was the passing game with Darnold at QB that won that game. 

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  5. 6 minutes ago, Peace Frog said:

    Wait till Sam plays a real defense like New Orleans! He sucks!!

    Oh wait, he’s got CMC and Moore!

    He still sucks!

    Wait till he plays the 2000Ravens defense or the 1985 Bears defense!

    He’d SUCK against them!

    Come on, where is the lunch money hater dude? 


  6. 4 minutes ago, The Crusher said:

    He’s off to a good start. That’s all this is. Just don’t buy it. We’ll see. 

    He's staying in the pocket more. Getting rid of the ball quicker. Making good decisions,  especially  on 3rd down. A different  QB. You know I've been saying this for months. Adam Gase totally fuc... up his development.  

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  7. 3 minutes ago, The Crusher said:

    I’m down on Joe too and this won’t make Joe’s top ten list of mistakes 

    Get off that weight loss program. If we kept Sam we would have had Sewell and Creed Humphrey, and had a bunch more picks to play with. McGovern would be back at RG. Becton would have been moved to RT. If Darnold continues to impress at the age of 24 behind an average at best o-line. Getting rid of Darnold might be the worst mistake any GM has made in a long time

  8. Just now, Jets723 said:

    That’s all true but I think he just needed a change of scenery. After 3 years of the worst coaching and supporting cast in the nfl I think it takes a toll mentally.  

    Maybe you right. He does  look like he has the shakes.1061202230_giphy(28).gif.1e115b88e655f73203b35fd47e19ce67.gif

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  9. 1 minute ago, Peace Frog said:

    It’s weird that one dude hasn’t shown up in this thread. 

    Maybe he’s waiting for Sam to blow up next week. 

    Oh then we’ll all hear the same illogical vitriol. 

    He can't  post that Sam didn't  throw for 300 yes now.

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  10. 1 minute ago, mrcoops said:

    He's not broken. He just needed a change of scenery, which he got. It was the right move for both Darnold and the Jets, who needed to re-set the QB clock.

    We changed coaching staffs. Going from Gase and Loggins to Saleh and Lafleur is almost a change of scenery.  Not to mention the offensive line he might have played behind.

  11. 56 minutes ago, mrcoops said:

    Darnold was absolutely done here. Nothing that has happened since has changed that.

    Gase was fired. That happened.  Competent  receivers we're signed. That happened He doesn't look like a broken QB to me. Maybe you.

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  12. 1 hour ago, Jetsfan80 said:

    Jonathan Ogden did.  6-9, 345 lbs.  Only missed 4 games his first 8 seasons in the league.  He only started missing chunks of games after he turned 30. 

    I know Ogden is very much the exception to the rule, but still.  He's an example of a durable giant.  

    Look at Ogden though. Looks like an Athlete at that weight. Not just a huge human


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  13. 3 hours ago, Barry McCockinner said:


    Being injury prone means you are more susceptible to injuries where other players wouldn't typically be injured. Basically, you're soft. The injury that happened to Becton on Sunday would have injured any player in the NFL had they been in that position. It wasn't like he was blocking someone and his knee just gave out because he's soft. He had a 350 pound DT crash down and roll up on his knee.

    That's not to say he's not soft or injury prone. Maybe he is - maybe he's not. I personally don't think we have enough evidence to make that declaration yet but I can say with certainty that the injury that happened Sunday did not happen because he's an injury prone player.

    As big as his legs are, they still have to support like 340 lbs. Too big for his own good.

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