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  1. I finally have some faith in a GM and all I can say is that if that is the move he wants to make I am all for it. Obviously it's in the teams best interest for Darnold to be the answer. A top 2 pick would be a lot more valuable to this team if they dont need a QB. I feel like it's a foregone conclusion at this point that they have to go QB with the top pick, but I believe in JD and if he ended feeling like he could pass on a QB and get talent on all areas of this team, I would be encouraged.
  2. Becton has looked absolutely dominant but his ability to see the field some 50% of the time is alarming to say the least. It's only one season and I dont know if he was like this in college but I would take Brick and his availability over Bectons dominance for half the season. Havent seen any Bucs games but Becton has been a walking highlight reel. Hard to imagine Wirfs being so significantly more dominating.
  3. "...but evidently a setback..." lmao. AKA any player remotely talented must be cut, traded, or stashed on IR with "evidently a setback" from a hang nail, papercut or gass .
  4. Jets drafting has been beyond atrocious. This team drafts 1st round picks that are out of the league by the end of their rookie contract and 3rd round picks that are cut by the end of their first training camp. Care to look up the talent the Jets have spent their 6th round picks on? Won't argue with Morgan. But JD drafted a very good STARTER with his 6th round pick. I will never complain about any day one quality starter of any position in the 6th round!
  5. Of course there wasnt a chance of you starting a thread without mention of some obscure prospect that cant make the team, but you still spend an abundance of your time digging through their garbage cans at night ๐Ÿ˜ณ
  6. Why the hell is "Marcus Maye" in quotes? God, I hate everything about you.
  7. I disagree. Baby Huey has been visible, which is a drastic improvement to what he has been in his career thus far, but still very, very far from being worth where he was taken. A whole 31 tackles and 3 sacks? It's nice to see our THIRD OVERALL PICK finding his way past an oline man but is still frequently shown up by the late round picks and UDFAs that make up our dline rotation. Late rounders and UDFAs who are MORE than adequate, btw since dline is still our best unit - And, no, most definitely not because of Baby Huey. 3rd overall pick is where you get impact pass rushers. Space eating 3-4 DL are late round picks, as our current roster proves so adequately. AND, to my original point, as already proven by Leo Williams. So no, not "kinda a dumb post". Letting Mac waste all that cap space and then piss away the #3 overall pick BEFOFE firing him was negligence that is just despicable.
  8. Thats a pro bowl year? Yeah, Leo turned into real force when he left ๐Ÿ™„. QWill has nothing to do with LWill. They both suck. They were both absolutely wasted picks. In my mind, the biggest thing thing that makes Q clearly the worst pick is the fact that we had literally already just been through wasting a high first found pick on a DT and to repair that problem, we did the same thing again!
  9. So of course DWC sees a thread about Jamals 2020 stats and has to resurrect another thread using Jamals 2019 stats. How does Maye compare to 2020? Do the pass coverage numbers too, I'd love to see that.
  10. There is always that one guy ๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ˜ค
  11. Add the bolded part and you're absolutely right about the type of trade that gets a GM fired! I can't wait to see what JD does with these picks. I'd bet money that in 2-4 years time there won't be a single person willing to admit they wanted to keep Adams.
  12. I havent said anything about Russell Wilson. In fact he is just another example that proves my original point which was that I'm not going to lose my mind over having the 1st vs. 2nd pick because the top QB everyone raves about rarely ends up being the best QB in the draft, letalone a FQB. If you can't see the type of QB Luck was from the second he stepped on the field, I don't know what to tell you.
  13. @SAR I What do you think of the play calling since Gase gave it up? In all seriousness, not being argumentative - As Gase's last standing supporter (still cant tell if you're trolling or genuinely like the man?) Do you think the O has looked any better?
  14. Couldnt agree more. Thats why although I have no clue what to so re Darnold and the top overall pick, I do have faith that Douglas knows what he is doing. Becton is an absolute beast but this season is not leaving me with a good feeling regarding his ability to stay on the field. Did he have injury issues in college? I'm happy it hasnt been his knees, but I was a bit concerned about a man that size and his body being able to hold up and he certainly isnt making me feel any better about that. Love what I'm seeing from Mims. I think he is already showing the talent of a high end #2, which makes me hopeful that he could develop into a WR1 type we havent had since Marshall. Davis was all over the field tonight, LOVED to see that. Adams was a terrific talent but I continue to believe a defense can/should be built with a safety like Davis and resources spent, appropriately, on positions that actually impact the game. I'll take Ashtyn Davis and 2 first rounders over Adams, his contract and his primadona BS EVERYDAY!! PS. F Jamal Adams
  15. Absolutely. Jets looking capable all game, Mims making a couple plays, Pats looking like a shell of themselves with talent that appears to rival the pitiful Jets AND the Jets managing to lose and preserve their perfect season at the time time was the absolute PERFECT outcome. Anyone wishing we had beat up on a pathetic Bradyless Pats, like that will somehow start to make up for the past decade is delusional and shortsighted to say the least.
  16. Luck was absolutely the generational talent he was talked up to be. The Colts ruined his career by not getting an adequate Oline until after he decided to retire before 30 because he didn't want to be crippled the rest of his life. IMO Luck was the last projected QB talent of a draft that actually lived up to what he was supposed to be.
  17. Based on what? I'd agree with this during the past decade, but what have you seen from JD to make you say this in one offseason that was spent beginning to dig us out from the disaster of the last 2 front offices
  18. I don't think there is ANYTHING that can happen the rest of the year that should change what needs to be done. No meaningless end of season wins that SAR will spend all off season gushing about should change anything. We see what this team is. Whatever Douglas is concluding is the problem today, whether it be Gase, Sam or both, that is what needs to change at the end of the season. Nothing, I mean NOTHING here on out changes what this team has been this season
  19. Absolutely, couldn't agree more! I just posted this in the the thread about Jax projected to get the 1st overall: Maybe Fields wouldnt be a bad thing? I dont know anything about Lawrence but I feel like Scouts/Media/Experts have been piss poor at projecting QBs. When was the last time the "can't miss" "safest" or "generational" QB prospect actually ended up being really good, letalone the best QB in that draft? Mariota? Winston? Mayfield? Darnold? Rosen? Trubisky? Goff? Wentz? Watson went 12. Mahomes 11. Jackson was what, 32? I feel like the NFL can't scout/project college QBs for SH*T these days. I'll admit I dont know anything about Lawrence but I'm too jaded to get ANY amount of QB hype credence anymore. I'm not going to cry over 2nd overall, If Douglas wants a QB, I dont have any trust that Fields wont be better. Hell, if history is any indicator, the FQB of the class wont be in the top 10.
  20. Maybe Fields wouldnt be a bad thing? I dont know anything about Lawrence but I feel like Scouts/Media/Experts have been piss poor at projecting QBs. When was the last time the "can't miss" "safest" or "generational" QB prospect actually ended up being really good, letalone the best QB in that draft? Mariota? Winston? Mayfield? Darnold? Rosen? Trubisky? Goff? Wentz? Watson went 12. Mahomes 11. Jackson was what, 32? I feel like the NFL can't scout/project college QBs for SH*T these days. I'll admit I dont know anything about Lawrence but I'm too jaded to get ANY amount of QB hype credence anymore. I'm not going to cry over 2nd overall, If Douglas wants a QB, I dont have any trust that Fields wont be better. Hell, if history is any indicator, the FQB of the class wont be in the top 10.
  21. Yup, because any word that comes of Gase's mouth absolutely deserves to carry the same clout as BB. One of the single most successful head coaches in sports history vs. A clinically antisocial, incapable of winning head coach that couldn't manage to execute my high school's playbook. Definitely same.
  22. Well, it sure didnt take long for this guys rep to get into the red. Did anyone find out which attention starved poster this account belongs to?

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