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NYJ1

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  1. You have no idea what you're talking about. Zach? Perfect? Lol he can't even hit a *cling 5 yard pass
  2. BS. That was a contested catch. He had a CB draped all over him
  3. And Zach Wilson, and the WR's, and the defense, and wait.... The entire team played like sh*t today led by the CS and Zach Wilson and piss poor accuracy
  4. This is such BS. Zach Wilson can't hit the ocean with his passes.
  5. Can Zach execute a normal play? Or is it that he can only be successful when he's throwing with complete abandon?
  6. Make no mistake, this is very much a winnable game for the Jets. The Falcons are a flawed team in many different ways. They're also taking the injury bug on the chin. At this point honestly I think the Jets SHOULD win this game. But the way they'll lose it is if they decide not to do their jobs. They finally found chemistry last weekend but it's a fragile thing. They can just as easily lose it as they can continue on building it. I think the key here is for Zach to execute the game plan and play some boring football. If he does that I think the Jets win....
  7. Today is another test for Corey Davis. He definitely does Get the dropsies from time to time, but he is most certainly a number 1 WR. He made a fantastic CONTESTED catch against the Titans in the end zone last weekend. So all of you yahoos that were flapping your guns can shut it. Whether you think he's worthy of the title "number 1 wideout" or not is IRRELEVANT. He IS the Jets number 1 wideout.
  8. Figure Geno Smith will put up his best numbers over this potential month span. Remember Smith is playing with a better supporting cast than he ever had with the Jets. Just the same, Geno has the general overall intelligence level of a pile of dog sh*t, so that should bode well for the Jets. All things considered though, the Seahawks are going to be hard pressed to match last year's success....
  9. ALL of your post is true. And what I mean by that is he never did get a proper chance, bad coaching, etc., so on and so forth. The ideas aren't exactly opposing. Herndon had a temporary flair of greatness and now we see he was a wasted 3rd rounder by a GM that might go down as the very worst in history. It was time for Herndon to go. He'd warn out his welcome despite being treated like sh*t by the Jets anyway. Just like Sammy he needed new pastures. The best part is Joe Douglas managed to recover way, way, WAY more than he should have.... Sent from my SM-G930VL using JetNation.com mobile app
  10. The NY Jets made the decision to move on from tight end Chris Herndon this summer in a move that hardly came as a major surprise. What was a surprise at the time, however, was how much the Jets were able to get for him. Herndon had fallen off a proverbial cliff following a promising rookie campaign and was fresh off a disastrous 2020 season that saw him finish with just 31 catches for 287 yards in 16 games. What that stat line doesn't show is that Herndon finished with one or fewer catches in more than half of those games. His numbers were inflated by a few outlier performances where he racked up garbage time stats. Herndon was about as bad as a starting tight end could be in 2020, and some even saw him as a potential cut candidate heading into training camp, despite a very weak Jets tight end room. Instead, the Jets managed to ship him to the Minnesota Vikings along with a 2022 sixth-round pick in exchange for a 2022 fourth-round pick. And so far, that trade is looking like a steal for general manager Joe Douglas and the Jets. Chris Herndon has done next to nothing since leaving the NY Jets The Vikings making the move for Herndon wasn't a huge surprise given how desperate they were for a tight end following the loss of Irv Smith Jr. for the season. But it's safe to say that they overpaid. In four games, Herndon has been a complete non-factor for the Vikings. How much of a non-factor? I attempted to use an image of Herndon in a Vikings uniform for this article. There were none. It's like he's not even on the team. He's been targeted just twice over the first four weeks recording a grand total of zero catches for zero yards. He's dropped one of his only two targets. Herndon's averaging a little over 10 snaps per game with a season-low seven offensive snaps played this past Sunday against the Cleveland Browns. On top of that, he still doesn't play special teams so he's provided no contribution there either. But there's always more to a player than his box score statistics, right? Perhaps Herndon is contributing in ways the stat sheet doesn't register. Unfortunately, his dreadful 44.1 Pro Football Focus grade suggests otherwise. Of the 107 tight ends to receive a PFF grade this season, Herndon ranks 94th. Up until a week ago, he was ranked second-to-last meaning that his seven-snap performance on Sunday actually improved his ranking. The Vikings surrendered a fourth-round pick for a player who has provided no value as a receiver, blocker, or special teamer. But what about that sixth-round pick they got back? Doesn't that lessen the value of the draft capital exchanged? Sure, it does somewhat. But probably not as much as you'd expect. Assuming both the Jets and Vikings finish with top-10 picks this season (which seems to be a fair assumption), each of those selections will be at the top of their respective rounds. Therefore, that average value of draft capital exchanged would equate to around a mid-fourth-round pick, using most draft pick value charts. Even if the Vikings select more toward the middle of the pack, that draft value only drops to a late-fourth-round pick. No matter how you look at it, the Jets traded Chris Herndon for the value of a fourth-round pick. Considering the fact that he was in the final year of his contract, was coming off a horrendous season, and has done virtually nothing for his new team, that can't be looked at as anything other than an absolute steal. Joe Douglas deserves criticism for some of his decisions in recent years. But he looks to have hit a home run with this trade. Sent from my SM-G930VL using JetNation.com mobile app
  11. Congratulations to the JETS IMO
  12. He was a steal in the 5th round at first. Now he's nothing but an injury liability Sent from my SM-G930VL using JetNation.com mobile app
  13. If they are truly one dimensional as you say? I would only keep 7 in the box. Commit both of our Safeties to bracket both of their wideouts. I'm also aware Matt Ryan isn't exactly the most fleet of foot, so if you crunch the pocket? That's probably right where he'll be. On offense, I'd like to see Zach just execute the plays that are called. Play boring football as they say. The Falcons won't be expecting that. No one has ever seen Zach just follow the script. He's too young and too new. Have Lafleur design a game plan that takes advantage of what the defense gives them. So long as the Jets defense keeps up their end of the bargain, that should be enough to seal the win..... Sent from my SM-G930VL using JetNation.com mobile app
  14. Definitely Hall in round 5.....
  15. That's what happens when you're 0-3
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