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  1. I believe there are three keys for the Jets to make the playoffs and go to the Super Bowl. 1) The Jets need to solidify every position on both the offense and defense. (Right now the team isn't a whole) 2) The team can't let garbage in the locker room like in the past, that disrupts the teams chemistry. 3) They need to play mistake free football!!! No more dumb penalties that kill drives!!! Twq of those keys the coaching staff have to put it in the players head!!!
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    Stick and Pick

    I would prefer trading the pick for more picks a few teams have built there teams by trading draft picks. Look at the Patriots they have done it and are still doing it. This is a great way to build this team!!!
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    Jets Game By Game Predictions

    I believe the Jets can go 8-8 or 9-7 this season. I also believe the Jets will surprise a lot of teams.
  4. The Jets have two obvious needs Edge and Oline, and they have the 3rd pick in the 1st round. The Jets do have a problem by having that pick. They have two choices one stick with that pick, the other is trade that pick for more picks. If they stick with that pick which only means nobody gave them a good offer for a trade. The Jets should then pick OLB Josh Allen for their edge rusher. This is the only obvious choice to take at #3 in the 1st round because there is no olinemen worth picking at #3 and they have been needing a edge rusher for years since John Abraham left and it was never addressed by the previous GMs. Unless Bosa falls on their lap, which would be a steal in the first round. If the Jets do make a trade depending with who and where in the draft, that's when the Jets should pick the olineman like a center. With this trade they can also add draft picks like a second round pick for this years draft and for next years draft. But it all depends on what is being offered to the Jets.
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    NFL Schedule Released Tomorrow April 17th

    https://nypost.com/2019/04/17/2019-jets-schedule-complete-regular-season-slate/ Sports 2019 Jets schedule: Complete regular-season slate By Brian Costello April 17, 2019 | 12:13pm | Updated Enlarge Image Sam Darnold Corey Sipkin More On: new york jets Reloaded Jets have their goal: Take down the Patriots 'Rude motherf--ker': Bart Scott's Bill Belichick hate is now personal Le'Veon Bell expecting big year from his Steelers replacement NFL Draft: Jets could make a run at cornerback Greedy Williams The Adam Gase era with the Jets will get underway against the Bills at MetLife Stadium on Sept. 8. Odell Beckham Jr. returns to the area the following week, when the Browns come to MetLife for a “Monday Night Football” matchup. The Jets then head to New England for their first matchup with the Patriots. The rematch will be a Monday night affair in Week 7. The Giants also land on the schedule this year, as the two New Jersey teams meet in Week 10. The game at MetLife Stadium will be considered a home game for the Jets. Le’Veon Bell’s chance to go up against his former Steelers teammates will come in Week 16 at home. The star running back famously held out all of last season with Pittsburgh before signing a four-year, $52 million deal with the Jets in free agency. Here is the entire schedule: Week 1: vs. Buffalo Bills, Sept. 8, 1 p.m. Week 2: vs. Cleveland Browns (Monday night), Sept. 16, 8:15 p.m. Week 3: at New England Patriots, Sept. 22, 1 p.m. Advertisement Week 4: Bye Week 5: at Philadelphia Eagles, Oct. 6, 1 p.m. Week 6: vs. Dallas Cowboys, Oct. 13, 4:25 p.m. Week 7: vs New England Patriots (Monday night), Oct. 21, 8:15 p.m. Sign up for the Starting Lineup newsletter and submit your NFL draft questions. We’ll answer our favorites weekly until the draft. Week 8: at Jacksonville Jaguars, Oct. 27, 1 p.m. Week 9: at Miami Dolphins, Nov. 3, 1 p.m. Week 10: vs. New York Giants, Nov. 10, 1 p.m. Week 11: at Washington Redskins, Nov. 17, 1 p.m. Week 12: vs. Oakland Raiders, Nov. 24, 1 p.m. Week 13: at Cincinnati Bengals, Dec. 1, 1 p.m. Week 14: vs. Miami Dolphins, Dec. 8, 1 p.m. Week 15: at Baltimore Ravens (Thursday night), Dec. 12, 8:20 p.m. Week 16: vs. Pittsburgh Steelers, Dec. 22, 1 p.m. Week 17: at Buffalo Bills, Dec 29, 1p.m.
  6. I would wait for the schedule to come out before predicting their win/loss record. I don't think the Jets have a favorable schedule this year.
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    Jets not a “must watch team”

    The only way people will take notice of the Jets is they get into a winning streak by beating a few playoff teams on the way. That's when people will take notice!!!
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    We’re good, luv.

    Cousins still can't beat teams with over .500 records. The Jets are better off without him!!! I believe Cousins sees the Jets are building a nice team with the Jets signing of Bell and other free agents. With those signings it caught his attention and now he's probably rethinking.
  9. Tomorrow Monday at 4:00 PM eastern time the free agent signing period begins. So the Jets can talk to all the free agents they have in their radar and start offering them contracts but the signing won't become official until 4:00 PM. This week is important and the Jets should be in the headlines all this week signing free agents. Lets see how many teams besides the Jets want Bell? Lets hope the Jets make a move on the first day?
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    Vince Young Fired after DUI

    I'm very surprised how Vince Young career has fallen. This guy had talent and he ruined it himself, that no team would touch him. Now, he lost his coaching job because of his stupidity.
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    Antonio Brown to Raiders

    Brown got what he wanted and asked, He got traded to the Raiders and they reworked his contract thanks to the free press that he got. But now he will have to perform and show Gruden and the rest of the Raider nation that he's worth the trade and money. Remember he is use to his surroundings in Pittsburgh and the mentality of playing for the playoffs. Brown doesn't know what he's getting into and he better realize Tomlin isn't his coach anymore and the talent level with the Raiders isn't like the Steelers. How long will it be when he throws the QB and Gruden under the bus? Lets see when he starts throwing tantrums when the ball doesn't go to him?
  12. No one has mentioned Clay Matthews and he is a free agent an edge rusher. Only problem is that he's 33 years old but he can still play. I would take a chance an sign him to a 2 year contract with an option for a third.
  13. AB was talking about playing in sunny California for either the 49ers or Raiders. Now he will be playing in snowy Buffalo next season. What's funny AB could threaten that he will retire, he is going to try and do a Bell by sitting out one season. But he forgets he is signed for 3 years, so if this trade stands, he will be Buffalos property for the next three years. He says he will retire let him, only surprise here is if he sits out like Bell, and unretires, he still will be Buffalos property. AB can't pick and choose where he wants to go, and the Steelers are not going to accommodate him as everyone can see. AB wanted out and the Steelers obliged, but it wasn't where he wanted to or expected to go.
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    Debate - Bell vs Coleman

    My only problem with Bell is that he was out for a whole year, how good of shape is he in? That is my only question. If I were the GM for the Jets I believe Bell should take a physical before signing any type of contract. Remember, he was inactive for one year and you have to wonder how long will it take for him to be in football shape? Reason, I am saying this is because he can get hurt immediately and Bell becomes useless and a bad signing.
  15. If teams begin to have doubts with Kyle Murray, he still has his Pro Day to go through and he might have to go through a few private workouts before the draft.

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