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  1. From a purely draft points perspective, even a 1st round pick and a 2nd from the Ravens is not a good deal for the jets. Think about it, according to the NFL draft point chart, see below: http://www.mynfldraft.com/nfl-draft-pick-points-chart/ The number 6 pick was worth 1600 points, and in all likelihood, the Ravens pick, barring any picks from trades, compensatory picks, etc..., will likely be a late first round pick, I suggest they will likely be in the AFC playoff game; thus picking towards the last four picks, worth roughly 640 points. Similarly, a second round pick for the Ravens will similarly be towards the end of the second, worth roughly 300 points. Thus, from a pure draft points perspective, it is not a great deal. Yeah, Jamal wants out, but they control him for the next 3 years--1 contract year, and two potential franchise tags--they are not at his mercy, despite what the many pundits are saying. Let's consider trading a multiple time NFL pro-bowler, and the risks associated with any first round pick, let alone one towards the end of the first round. Why make such a deal? Jets are letting Jamal dictate a bad decision on their part. This would not happen to other teams, i.e., the Pats, Chargers, or Packers, etc... In terms of what the Jets get, why give up a home run for a risk in the draft--perhaps if it was done this year, with a loaded draft and a true need a receiver, maybe I would understand it. Now let's look at the Jets track record with first and second round picks and home runs: Milner?? Sanchez?? Geno??? Hill???? RIchardson??? Wilkerson???, and we could go on and on. The Jets need to stand firm---I do not believe in breaking a contract just because you are better than expected. Mahomes is waiting, so should Jamal. The Jets should show what they are prepared to do next year: i.e., $100 million, 70 guaranteed, or something of that sort, but stick to their guns and point out they control him for three years---if he plays too tough, he will holdout for how long??? Is he willing to trash a potential hall of fame career??? I say he should stick to his contract, and the Jets should not be the Jets and let a star go for a gamble--even if it is for two first round picks. The Jets need to act like a professional organization. If he holds out, he is the one the looks awful---Melvin Gordon much??? Terrell Owens??? In terms of comparable deals, the Vikings got four picks for Diggs (admittedly, they did give back a 7th though). I say Jamal is more valuable to the Jets than Diggs was to the Vikings. The Texans got RB Johnson and a second for Hopkins (the teams traded fourth round picks)---most believe the Texans were torched in that deal, at least in terms of raw talent (of late, there is talk of locker room issues with DHop--yeah, yeah???). The Jets should not trade away their bast player. If the new salary cap numbers come out soon, then talk turkey, but they should not let him slip away, or let him dictate their future. In the end, the Jets shouldn't put themselves at the mercy of a player under contract---he should honor the contract he signed!!!
  2. Normally, I do not have much faith in UDFA, but check out the film on WR CAGER--UM and Georgia, if he can stay healthy, at 6'4", kid can play, and gets the contested balls. Also, film on George Campbell is impressive--watch the film, kid is a flyer. I do not think the team is as weak as many think. I still would like Thomas back--Sam and he worked great together. Cager: Campbell: https://www.si.com/college/westvirginia/mountaineers-in-the-pros/breaking-george-campbell-signs-with-jets
  3. What I said is that the Jets and Bills are close. If Jets address their CB issues, the Jets have a stronger D--without their best player last year, they were stout against the run. I believe they will be stronger against the pass this year. It will be close, but Bills are not that tough. Let's not forget, in game 1, before the collapse when our best player hurt his hamstring, the Jets were dominating the Bills (16-0). The collapse happened and Sam was sick--that game and his damn dating habits could have changed everything last year. That game was also huge for the Blls' confidence--they may believe now, but I remain in doubt. We have a tough schedule, but the Jets are not that far from being a contender--two years away in my book. Bills QB looked ordinary in the playoffs--let's see this year with the addition of a top-flight receiver--accuracy much???? I like their lead back--Singletary--nice scatter back was banged up last year (on my fantasy team and one week a stud, next week a zero). Let's see how he handles the bulk of the carries?This year head to head: Bills at home win their game; we beat them at home. In terms of NFC west tour--I do not think they beat any team we lose to--SF? Seattle? I think Bills and Jets can beat Arizona and Rams--we will see when they play?? The teams are not as far apart as you suggest. In terms of QBs and the Phins, no way Fitz is better than Sam--even if Fitz play remains the same, which I doubt, Fitz is as likely to throw 3 picks as he is to throw 3 TDs (Jets fans know this all too well)--the guy had to throw a ton last year because their D stopped no one. Do not tell me crap about Parker--dude finally had a nice year, in a pass-happy campaign--everyone in Miami was talking bust before he showed life. Phins' best draft pick was getting Brida--stud, wish Jets were smart enough to get him--speedster Jets needed. In any case, Jets have unquestionably a better D than the Phins. We will see about the Pats after their offense comes down to earth--reality will be sobering. In terms of TEs, any team in East would take Jets's core over theirs--I do not care what pass crazy Fitz of last year showed. Sam will have a better year if OLine plays to what is expected. New LT will need help, as any rookie. Fant will be a pleasant surprise at RT--watch his film from last year. Our receiving corps will be better with Mims, and a healthy Herndon--I suspect plenty of two, maybe even three TE sets next year (not always, put the have the personnel for it). Bell should improve with a better Oline. I still see a 7-9 or 8-8 season, but the team will be much better. Phins have improved, but they are not better than the Jets. I do not see a great draft on their part, though I like Tua. Pats are substantially weaker. Is their D better? Is their O better? Come on? Where??? RB? QB? Receivers??? TEs??? In terms of the D, I do not think so if the Jets are even close to respectable at CB---they will be. I also suspect Jets to play tons of Nickel packages, and I believe in our DC, who has much more to work with this year. I also expect one more FA move before the end of camp--If Avery Williams and Winters are gone, I like an Edge pick-up (I hope, at least). Bills are much better than last year, but we are not that far behind. I recall all those fans here killing Sheppard as a bust, now most love him. Give Q some time, he will have a nice season if he stays healthy--he is still very quick and will be destructive up the middle. Mosley will make a huge difference. The team a far better than the Phins; better than the Pats without a viable QB, and slightly behind the Bills if the balls rolls our way for a change. Then again, that s what makes me a Jets fan--eternal optimist!!!! Final standings: Bills (10-6 or 9-7); Jets (7-9); Pats (7-9);Phins (6-10).
  4. Silly original post. If you are trying to look objective, try not to be so obviously biased. Instead, just start: As a Bills fan.....blah, blah, blah.... Let's revisit again at your rankings: QB: Jets (by a substantial amount), Bills, Pats?, Phins? (last two will be lunch!). TE: Jets (by a mile), Bills, Pats, Phins WR: Bills (by a mile), Jets, Phins, Pats (This is the Bills largest edge) RB: Bills, Jets, Phins, Pats (Top 3 almost even now that Nell has an Oline) OLine: Crap shoot, but I have it Pats, Bills, Jets, Phins But the Defensive, oh our defense--will be sick: LBs: Jets, Bills, Pats, Phins (Jets by a mile) DLine: Bills, Jets (close behind; better in the run game), Pats, and Phins CB: Bills, Pats, Phins, Jets (let's wait and see here??) Safeties: Jets (by a mile), Pats, Bills, Phins. Overall D Jets, Bills (very close behind), Pats, Phins
  5. Silly original post. If you are trying to look objective, try not to be so obviously biased. Instead, just start: As a Bills fan.....blah, blah, blah.... Let's revisit again at your rankings: QB: Jets (by a substantial amount), Bills, Pats?, Phins? (last two will be lunch!). TE: Jets (by a mile), Bills, Pats, Phins WR: Bills (by a mile), Jets, Phins, Pats (This is the Bills largest edge) RB: Bills, Jets, Phins, Pats (Top 3 almost even now that Nell has an Oline) OLine: Crap shoot, but I have it Pats, Bills, Jets, Phins But the Defensive, oh our defense--will be sick: LBs: Jets, Bills, Pats, Phins (Jets by a mile) DLine: Bills, Jets (close behind; better in the run game), Pats, and Phins CB: Bills, Pats, Phins, Jets (let's wait and see here??) Safeties: Jets (by a mile), Pats, Bills, Phins. Overall D Jets, Bills (very close behind), Pats, Phins
  6. Enjoyed Podcast--amazing interview. I did take issue with how dismissive the coach was of Fant. Decided to look up some film of the guy, and was impressed. Check out the article below to show how Fant owned several elite players and young stars such as the Bosa brothers. After watching this film and other videos of him, I believe in the guy as a pass blocker--show-up the doubters young man! You have Jets loyal fans willing to give you the benefit of the doubt--the coach's "hold you breath" comment in the interview struck me as cheap shot. Watch and see. Look for other tape. They show similar results. https://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/nfl/some-gm-will-give-seahawks-george-fant-starter-money-in-free-agency/ar-BBZYfuy
  7. It may be only one game, but we were up 16 in the fourth, lost to a running quarterback and made him look like Brady. The team collapsed! No D!! No Oline!!! Our QB looked weak, indecisive, and inaccurate. This is a weak team!!!!
  8. Me too. We stink! Can't cover, little pressure, Mosley leaves game and not one guy steps up. I think Dallas'.......cheerleaders can protect their QB better. Sam who? He looked indecisive, threw as if he was 4'3", and was afraid to go deep. When he did, he overthrew and under threw almost every pass. Sam threw into coverage repeatedly, and receivers other than Anderson were blanketed. This in not a every good team! Another wasted year! Being a fan of this team s nothing short of torture and BULL****!!!!!!!
  9. It is so frustrating to write, but the Jets are not very good. Bills receivers looked like Jerry Rice clones--They had 4-5 yard separation even in short routes. Our guys, other than Anderson who was evidently too fast for Darnold, were repeatedly covered. Bell is a stud, but had no help from the line. The fourth down play he must have broken at least two tackles behind the line of scrimmage. The team is just weak. Darnold was under pressure all day, but he looked like he was 4'3" and seemed afraid to throw down field. We just stink!!! I hate everyone and everything today!
  10. What a collapse!!! Same old Jets!!! We suck yet again!!! No one can ever step up on this team! ******* frustrating to no end!!!! ****!!!!!!

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