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  1. FO-Ti

    NY Jets Remaining Cap Space

    Signed with the Bills.
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    CJ Mosley Contract Details

    I think the Jets overpaid a bit here but the team can afford to overpay on the front end while they still have a ton of cap space to play around with, better than saving that money and not taking advantage of Sam's rookie contract.
  3. FO-Ti

    Cowherd’s take on Bell to Jets

    This guy contradicts himself every day it seems. Before FA started he said that the Jets would be foolish to not want to pair Le'Veon with Sam, then a couple days ago he has a segment with all the worst recent franchises in the NFL (Jets included) and how they were overspending on players which wasn't a good strategy for long term success while somehow praising the Packers large spending, seemingly for the sole reason that they haven't been a bottom feeder team recently, as if that has anything to do with how successful their signings will be. Now he loves the deal? The dude is all about creating these strange narratives just to fill a segment so that he can garner as much attention as possible, I wouldn't take anything he says too seriously. Here's the video from two days ago. One day it's just about "assembling talent without building a team", the next day it's a "MAJOR MAJOR DEAL" and we are building the next version of the Rams, go figure.
  4. Bell was smart to delete that tweet about 60 million not being enough to come to NY, twitter wouldn't be letting him live that one down right now.
  5. For sure, but he still could have dragged his feet and made us wait until tomorrow or later in hopes of getting another team to jump in. 12 noon tomorrow can't come soon enough, get this deal in ink ASAP.
  6. Didn't really want to pay a RB top money but he's getting a lot less than I thought and you might as well go all in while Darnold is on a rookie deal, not like there are much better allocations of our cap space. Finally a legit weapon on offense!! Mac's firm deadline seems to have worked out for us.
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    John Dorsey

    Wanted him in the Jets FO ever since he was the head of scouting for Ted Thompson in Green Bay, definitely one of the best execs in the business.
  8. I know he was at odds with Big Ben, but I just can't imagine him loving Josh Allen overthrowing him the ball every other pass attempt.
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    Pats not using the tag

    Trey Flowers is going to get a HUGE contract with most of the premier edge rushers already off the market before FA begins. Not sure he will get the 20m per season that the elite pass rushers are starting to command but he should come somewhat close to approaching that type of figure. It's a risk since he's not really dominant at getting to the QB, at least not yet, but he's pretty much elite at everything else you can ask of a 3-4 OLB and it's pretty rare for players of his caliber to hit FA at such a young age coming off their rookie contract.
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    Murray measurements

    I agree he's no where near Baker's level of being able to read defenses and make a quick decision with pressure in his face. He can tend to lock onto his initial read at times, although that's a problem with a lot of young QBs, but I think he's good enough at scanning the pocket that his elite athleticism will allow him to hide some of his flaws that a lesser athlete wouldn't be able to mitigate since you have to constantly account for his ability to escape the pocket. The biggest problem with Kyler is if god forbid he suffers an injury to one of his legs, ala RG3 or Carson Wentz, I think you can expose some of his deficiencies as a passer much more easily but if your drafting him you would hope you never have to cross that bridge.
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    Murray measurements

    I never referenced any specific height in my post and Kyler isn't sub 5'10 so who are you talking about exactly?
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    Murray measurements

    Without getting into a CFB discussion, I'll admit the Big 12 is known for not playing defense but no conference outside the Big 10 and SEC put out consistently great units on that side of the ball. Iowa State, TCU, and K-State are pretty decent and believe it or not but Army has had a real solid defense the past couple of years. He struggled at times against Alabama but it certainly wasn't a bad game by him and still managed to put up 400 yards with 3 TDs with his best weapon in Brown at less than 100%. I don't think the difference between 5'10 and 6'0 for mobile QBs is anywhere near as extreme as the difference between 6'0 and 6'2 for pocket passers, he's going to have to move around to create passing lanes regardless. Kyler is no doubt an anomaly and any team that drafts him would have to take that risk of being the initial team that takes a sub 6'0 QB in the top 10 but you make exceptions for special talent and I believe some team will view him as just that. I definitely agree with your last point, there will still be a limit to how short a QB can go and in an ideal world Kyler would be a tad bit taller but I just fail to believe that Russell Wilson would be impacted much, if at all, if he suddenly lost half an inch of height so there is some model to project for him. I agree that the taller the better, no matter who the QB is, but when the biggest and just about only knock on your game is your height, then as long as you aren't sub 5'9 I think you can have some success with today's offenses.
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    Murray measurements

    Not good for who? Tom Brady? Peyton Manning? Sure I'd agree there but the guy has arguably more mobility than Michael Vick who was 6'0 and is a much more complete passer, comparing him to other traditional drop back passers is silly. With the NFL adopting more spread offenses with the QB getting the ball from the shotgun 90+% of the time I would be willing to wager that we will see much more QBs of this prototype in the near future.

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