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  1. A lot here do. Im not convinced the Jet's do.
  2. How many passes did Perriman drop last year. That's why the Jet's didn't even say goodbye. In a roundabout way, you're making my point. If the receivers aren't doing thier job, it makes it a lot harder for the QB to do his. Darnolds best receiver his last year at USC was Deontay Burnett. Go to a quick lube in LA and he'll do an oil change for you.
  3. A very good chance Slater gets drafted before Sewell.
  4. The only time he was under any sustained pressure was against Coastal Carolina. And that was outside pressure. He had 150 yds, 1td, 1 int, up until the last series, where he missed a receiver breaking free in the end zone. Chose to throw into triple coverage, on last play of game.
  5. Did i say that they the worst in history. It was a bad roster. Very bad in spots. You disagree?
  6. He was a 20 yr old rookie. He had a great year as a sophomore at USC. He stumbled his junior year. It was almost a universal opinion, that his flaws we're fixable. Too bad he was drafted bu the Jet's. Anderson goes to Carolina, and explodes. Leo goes to the Giants and explodes.
  7. Tackle wasn't the problem. It was Alex Lewis. A jag playing with two bum shoulders. Mcgovern was bad the first part of the year. He was learning a new offense and figuring out the correct protections to call. And then Van Roten. Who was Rotten a lot.
  8. Flacco would have gotten killed the first half of the season. If Darnold wasn't so mobile. He would have been sacked 50 times the first part of the year. You watched those games. It was a jailbreak.
  9. You seem to dismiss the importance of a QB coach. I can't copy and paste from my phone. Lot's of.stuff online about how important a QB coach was in the development of QB's we all know. The fact the Jet's decided to start a 20 yr old QB without a QB. Coach to keep his head screwed on straight is insanely stupid.
  10. The only numbers that really stand out to me are the number of receptions he had with Carolina. Note how the ypc average dropped though.
  11. It's not enough of a sample size to prove a point. The only thing it could say though is that Darnold was a little gun shy. Flacco is a 13 yr vet with nothing to lose and he had a little more success with Perriman. I don't think Sam trusted him. Certainly not like he trusted Robby.
  12. We lost all 4 games. Got shut out against Miami. He had game decent game. That was NE. If Flacco had played the first 6 or 7 games last year. He would have retired at halftime. The o-line was a complete shi.show.
  13. Jet's have been really bad the last two years with Gase. Bad offense. No help from the defense. Especially forcing turnovers. Bad field position. It's been an all around nightmare. We've had teams in the past that lost a lot of games. There was something always to hang your hat on. Some stud on offense or defense to watch play on Sundays.
  14. Darnold was a bust . The rest of the offense was a bust, other than Becton and Crowder. The defense was a bust. Special teams we're a bust. Gase was a bust. It was a team effort
  15. You're dismissing all of the arguments about why, (possibly), his bottom of the league numbers we're a result of his surrounding talent, the Gase system that was installed, and the Gase factor himself. How much did all those things contribute to his lame stat sheet. I don't know. With respect though. Neither do you, or anyone a part or not a part of this forum
  16. One of the things that has bothered me for a while is the dogmatic view that.the Darnold detractors have. The view, that if we keep Darnold, he will still be the same QB we've seen the last two years According to you guys, they're only could be one outcome. Enjoy your posts. Respect and understand what you're saying. Honestly, though. Nobody can be that sure about what the outcome will be, if Darnold is back next year.
  17. Just listened to a video of Brett Favre in another thread. He had Andy Reid and Steve Mariucci as his QB coaches. All these QB's came into the league with a dedicated QB coach. The Jet's. No. Until now. George Knapp has been around for a long time.
  18. Excuse me. Who was the sideline coach that was working with him on his issues.
  19. No precedent. How many 20 yr old QB''s we're named starters with a cast of garbage around them. Ws don't know what his ceiling is. He could continue to suck. He could become a game manager. Or he could become what we drafted him to be.Tell ya what. I would be more on your side of the fence, if Sam had Bowles and Bates the last three years. Irregardless of the talent around him. We know that wasn't the case.
  20. What's their definition of an open receiver. How much pressure was the QB under when he mised an open receiver. What i do know,( what we know), is that the only receiver he had who got open, and ran a variety of routes, was Crowder. He's done very well with Darnold as his QB.
  21. His play will take a huge step forward, if JD, completes the process of seriously improving his surrounding talent. Let's put it that way.
  22. Yes, it will. Junk receivers. No running game. Bad play calling. Bad pass protection. Believe it or not, those things affect a QB's ability to perform and put points on the board. If Darnold played with High School talent, some people would still blame Darnold for not elevating they're play.
  23. They're are 16 yr old girls with broader shoulders than Wilson. No thanks, Dunnie.
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