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  1. In how strapped they are for cap room, does a 2-4 start from the Jags make you think about moving him in a trade mid-season?
  2. I am guessing you are talking about the corner from the Vikings Trae Waynes when referring to trading for a back up type? Interested in if this front office decides to make a trade this year. I am really excited about the new pieces in the FO and I am curious to see if they hold onto every pick. I couldn't agree more with the miss usage of Johnson. He will have a very ruff year if he get out played by Roberts,Jones or any other outside corner on the roster. With Gregg Williams, I am going to be watching how he uses Marcus Maye. He is known for putting his free safeties really deep in coverage. I feel like this is the year he can break out, another year of injuries and we have to think of moving on.
  3. I find that part interesting as well. I agree with not trading a player who is that elite in his prime while having your QB locked down for the next couple of years. But I don't think the Jags thought they were going to have a concern with Ramsey. I know this is just a negotiation tactic to get signed up earlier but great players get traded all the time.
  4. Players excited to watch out for in preseason : Burnett Montgomery Roberts Bones Jones Wesco
  5. Next year we can potentially start 4 different lineman. Winters Shell Beachum Harrison
  6. Personally I think this would be huge and make our defense elite on paper. Imagine pairing him with Jamal Adams and company. The amount of trash talk that would be backed up is fit for Rex Ryan days. I know that the huge con here is investing that much into one position, at least it's one of the hardest position to draft for. https://bleacherreport.com/articles/2842509-the-nfls-10-most-important-players-entering-2019?utm_source=twitter.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=programming-league Ramsey may be the NFL's best cornerback. He's due for a massive contract extension soon, and he plays for a team whose defense nearly dragged it to the Super Bowl in 2017. But the Jaguars seem to have soured on Ramsey, and their salary-cap situation for 2019 and 2020 looks like some deranged practical joke. So Ramsey could help new Jaguars quarterback Nick Foles work his magic and spark a quick Jaguars rebound, or he could be traded tomorrow, perhaps to a contender. Think of the intriguing teams with money to burn right now (Raiders, Browns, Colts) and the contenders who always manage to wedge whatever they want into the budget somehow (Patriots, Patriots, Eagles, Patriots): A Ramsey trade could shift the balance of power for the whole league, assuming he doesn't stay put and turn the AFC South into a photo finish. Ramsey's dispute with the Jaguars could also topple the Tom Coughlin/Doug Marrone regime, signaling the end of an era for old-school drill-sergeant executives like Coughlin. And the contract extension he eventually signs with someone will almost certainly reset the market for both cornerbacks and top-tier defenders. Nearly everyone else on this list has the chance to help his team win a Super Bowl. As a great player on the trade block, Ramsey could help any team win a Super Bowl.
  7. I think the hold up with Claiborne is as you explained. The Jets want to bring him in as a back up corner(cb4). That will mean he is being paid 1-3 million on a year deal. If I am Claiborne I wouldn’t sign that deal until week 3 of preseason. Personally I hope Douglas moves on. Very penalty prone, I would scream if this guy only comes in on third downs and gets flagged for defensive holding.
  8. I’m more worried about him gettin high. Doesn’t seem like a “dirty nose” kind of guy lol
  9. It’s kind of odd considering the only great player the Jets have had on offense in there prime plays the same position. Curtis Martin There are a lot similarities to Bell’s running style when looking back at Martin’s highlights. Both running backs have elite ball carrier vision, limited speed, killer stiff arms, receiving skills and more.
  10. Well I mean not really. That would make sense if we had 3 big nose tackles. That is not the case. We have 3 players who can play almost every position on the DL. Which is super valuable. We can move big Q and LEO inside and outside in both 3-4 and 4-3 sets. That is pretty interesting if you have a coach who can actually scheme. Reminds me of how Rex used to use Sheldon, at one point he was playing outside linebacker chasing running backs side line to sideline. I agree it is not ideal, I would rather have an edge rusher or corner that to pay, but if Leo balls this year that would be huge for our defense.
  11. I would be a little surprised if Leo gets moved early this season. Joe Douglas seems like he wants to create a culture where you reward your own if the player does well. I know Joe did not draft Williams, but he is a for sure leader in our locker room and a pretty stand up guy from what it looks like on the outside. I do not agree with some of the fans on here where there is nothing he can do to win over a big contract. He made the pro bowl in 2016 when surrounded by talent. The last couple years he hasn't had that luxury. If he can get back to the pro bowl this year, 2 pro bowl appearances in 4 years is good enough to take a shot on a player. I couldn't agree more with the maybe on the comp pick, we will be very active in free agency, no comp picks for the Jets yet. I think the crowded position in the DLINE room only has a bigger affect if our edge rushers don't work out. If Jachai Polite can show he is 1st round talent, Jordan Jenkins raise his sack total from 7, and Copeland and Anderson reenact there 2018 year, then spending big on Leo shouldn't be too much of a problem. If the linebackers don't show up and next year we need to find 2 edge rushers not 1, then we probably can't afford to overspend on DL.
  12. Rex Hogan .... The answer is Rex Hogan lol
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  14. Wow that is a sad but very true point. I can’t remember us ever having a problem where we are thinking to block interviews or not. Other than coach Mike Pettine, I cant even think of that many coaches
  15. **** Manish. Dude is a square and a click bait loser. Every second you read of his sh*t he puts out, you can never get back. Get out while you still have a chance. lol Watching the way that guy handled Mac getting fired on Twitter was embarrassing and reminds me of why people still get punched in the face for acting like an idiot.
  16. I think behind closed doors everyone knew it was Joes job. You take the interview because it is a resume builder for when you do become available All the time you see when it is time to hire a GM and all these names come up, “Champ Kelly interviewed for the Jets job last year and will likely be a taken by this team”. Great candidates know when to take an interview. Champ Kelly will either be our assistant GM or in serious talks with another team next offseason for a GM position. Either way it’s not like he is going to take Ryan Pace’s job in Chicago.
  17. Sam Darnold, 2018 Year Age Tm Pos No. G GS QBrec Cmp Att Cmp% Yds TD TD% Int Int% Lng Y/A AY/A Y/C Y/G Rate QBR Sk Yds NY/A ANY/A Sk% 4QC GWD AV Career 13 13 4-9-0 239 414 57.7 2865 17 4.1 15 3.6 76 6.9 6.1 12.0 220.4 77.6 30 204 5.99 5.24 6.8 1 1 7 2018 21 NYJ QB 14 13 13 4-9-0 239 414 57.7 2865 17 4.1 15 3.6 76 6.9 6.1 12.0 220.4 77.6 47.9 30 204 5.99 5.24 6.8 1 1 7 Chris Herndon, 2018 Games Receiving Rushing Total Yds Year Age Tm Pos No. G GS Tgt Rec Yds Y/R TD Lng R/G Y/G Ctch% Y/Tgt Rush Yds TD Lng Y/A Y/G A/G Touch Y/Tch YScm RRTD Fmb AV Career 16 12 56 39 502 12.9 4 32 2.4 31.4 69.6% 9.0 39 12.9 502 4 2 4 2018 22 NYJ TE 89 16 12 56 39 502 12.9 4 32 2.4 31.4 69.6% 9.0 39 12.9 502 4 2 4 Robby Anderson career high, 2017 Games Receiving Rushing Total Yds Year Age Tm Pos No. G GS Tgt Rec Yds Y/R TD Lng R/G Y/G Ctch% Y/Tgt Rush Yds TD Lng Y/A Y/G A/G Touch Y/Tch YScm RRTD Fmb AV Career 46 32 286 155 2280 14.7 15 76 3.4 49.6 54.2% 8.0 8 43 0 30 5.4 0.9 0.2 163 14.3 2323 15 3 17 2016 23 NYJ wr 11 16 8 78 42 587 14.0 2 52 2.6 36.7 53.8% 7.5 3 42 0 30 14.0 2.6 0.2 45 14.0 629 2 1 4 2017 24 NYJ WR 11 16 15 114 63 941 14.9 7 69 3.9 58.8 55.3% 8.3 3 9 0 7 3.0 0.6 0.2 66 14.4 950 7 0 7 2018 25 NYJ WR 11 14 9 94 50 752 15.0 6 76 3.6 53.7 53.2% 8.0 2 -8 0 1 -4.0 -0.6 0.1 52 14.3 744 6 2 6 Jamal Adams career high, 2018 Games Def Interceptions Fumbles Tackles Year Age Tm Pos No. G GS Int Yds TD Lng PD FF Fmb FR Yds TD Sk Comb Solo Ast TFL QBHits Sfty AV Career 32 32 1 38 0 38 18 4 0 3 5 0 5.5 197 149 48 18 10 16 2017 22 NYJ fs/SS 33 16 16 0 0 0 0 6 1 0 2 0 0 2.0 82 63 19 9 2 7 2018* 23 NYJ SS 33 16 16 1 38 0 38 12 3 0 1 5 0 3.5 115 86 29 9 8 9 Leonard Williams career high, 2016 Games Def Interceptions Fumbles Tackles Year Age Tm Pos No. G GS Int Yds TD Lng PD FF Fmb FR Yds TD Sk Comb Solo Ast TFL QBHits Sfty AV Career 64 63 1 6 0 6 3 2 0 0 0 0 17.0 220 114 106 32 85 35 2015 21 NYJ DE 92 16 15 3.0 63 29 34 7 21 9 2016* 22 NYJ DL 92 16 16 2 0 0 0 0 7.0 68 36 32 11 19 10 2017 23 NYJ DL 92 16 16 1 6 0 6 1 2.0 47 22 25 3 25 8 2018 24 NYJ de/DL 92 16 16 0 0 0 0 2 5.0 42 27 15 11 20 8 More dawgs.... Kelechi Osemele, Back to back pro bowl's 2016 & 2017 Year Age Tm Pos No. G GS AV Career 93 93 48 4 yrs BAL 51 51 23 3 yrs OAK 42 42 25 2012 23 BAL RT 72 16 16 7 2013 24 BAL lg 72 7 7 3 2014 25 BAL LG 72 14 14 8 2015 26 BAL g/LG/t 72 14 14 5 2016*+ 27 OAK LG 70 15 15 12 2017* 28 OAK LG 70 16 16 9 2018 29 OAK LG 70 11 11 4 CJ Mosley career high 2017 Games Def Interceptions Fumbles Tackles Year Age Tm Pos No. G GS Int Yds TD Lng PD FF Fmb FR Yds TD Sk Comb Solo Ast TFL QBHits Sfty AV Career 77 77 9 157 1 63 35 6 1 5 65 1 8.5 597 398 199 43 32 65 2014* 22 BAL LB 57 16 16 2 23 0 18 8 1 0 1 6 0 3.0 151 99 52 8 12 13 2015 23 BAL LB 57 16 16 0 0 0 0 7 1 0 2 41 1 4.0 117 77 40 13 9 9 2016* 24 BAL LB 57 14 14 4 40 0 28 8 1 1 0 0 0 92 56 36 5 4 13 2017* 25 BAL MLB 57 16 16 2 94 1 63 7 3 0 2 18 0 1.0 132 96 36 11 5 15 2018* 26 BAL MLB 57 15 15 1 0 0 0 5 0.5 105 70 35 6 2 15 Le'veon Bell career high, 2016 Games Rushing Receiving Total Yds Year Age Tm Pos No. G GS Rush Yds TD Lng Y/A Y/G A/G Tgt Rec Yds Y/R TD Lng R/G Y/G Ctch% Y/Tgt Touch Y/Tch YScm RRTD Fmb AV Career 62 62 1229 5336 35 81 4.3 86.1 19.8 397 312 2660 8.5 7 48 5.0 42.9 78.6% 1541 5.2 7996 42 8 60 2013 21 PIT RB 26 13 13 244 860 8 43 3.5 66.2 18.8 66 45 399 8.9 0 43 3.5 30.7 68.2% 6.0 289 4.4 1259 8 1 8 2014*+ 22 PIT RB 26 16 16 290 1361 8 81 4.7 85.1 18.1 105 83 854 10.3 3 48 5.2 53.4 79.0% 8.1 373 5.9 2215 11 0 17 2015 23 PIT rb 26 6 6 113 556 3 42 4.9 92.7 18.8 26 24 136 5.7 0 20 4.0 22.7 92.3% 5.2 137 5.1 692 3 0 5 2016* 24 PIT RB 26 12 12 261 1268 7 44 4.9 105.7 21.8 94 75 616 8.2 2 32 6.3 51.3 79.8% 6.6 336 5.6 1884 9 4 15 2017*+ 25 PIT RB 26 15 15 321 1291 9 27 4.0 86.1 21.4 106 85 655 7.7 2 42 5.7 43.7 80.2% 6.2 406 4.8 1946 11 3 15 2018 Missed season - Contract dispute
  18. Its June in the NFL. Every story is the epitome of a non news story. Unless your team fire's your GM around this time of year. Kind of like the two teams we are talking about now
  19. This can be an interesting story to watch for until the July 15th deadline for the Texans to get a deal done with Clowney. (currently on the franchise tag). The Texans just fired there GM, it can be a toss up of how the new GM might feel about him. I personally would be shocked if a new GM came in and moved Clowney as the first move. I know he doesn't play Center or Corner back. Pairing him with our front 7 would be a great addition that might help these corners out with not having to cover as long. https://bleacherreport.com/articles/2840399-texans-rumors-jadeveon-clowney-not-expected-at-minicamp-despite-franchise-tag The Houston Texans reportedly don't expect defensive end Jadeveon Clowney at their mandatory minicamp Tuesday as he holds out for a long-term contract. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported the news. The Texans placed the franchise tag on Clowney this offseason, but he has not signed the tender, meaning he cannot be punished for missing mandatory workouts. Clowney, 26, is scheduled to make $16 million under the tag. The 2014 top overall pick recorded 47 tackles and nine sacks in 2018. The Texans and Clowney have until July 15 to agree on a long-term deal. Otherwise, he will have to play out the 2019 season on the franchise tag. Odds are Clowney will not be in camp until after that July date unless the two sides come to terms on a deal. Texans defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel told reporters it's been helpful to the team's backup linemen to get extra reps in offseason workouts. "If a guy like Clowney comes back, see where he is, we know what he can do when he is at the top of his game," Crennel said. "So we work with the guys we got here and hopefully, they can get better so that if somewhere down the road they have to go in the game and play, they can play at a high level." Clowney has been a Pro Bowler each of the last three seasons and was a first-team All-Pro in 2016. He hasn't become the NFL's best pass-rusher the way the Texans have hoped, but he's essential to their defense, especially since JJ Watt missed large chunks of playing time in two of the last three years.
  20. Ok, I agree with the NFL being a total different beast as far as the talent you are going against. Being basically a walk on for 2 different schools may not be the adversity as far as overcoming injury but it for sure is an example in adversity. Saying Josh Rosen has not gone trough adversity yet is more realistic to me The Browns also had basically a top 5 line last year with a good combination of left guard Joel Bitonio, center Jc Treeter, and right guard Kevin Zeitler I don’t want to wish the injury bug, but they would need a lot of bugs to have a a line like Rodgers had. Baker ran a ton of RPO’s (run play option) with an extremely quick release in Oklahoma and last year in Cleveland which help disguise bad pass protection He is known for a quick release and ability to scramble, I am sure if a lineman or 2 go down, play calling/style will help reduce the number of sacks he is taking.
  21. The same guy who was a walk on at Texas Tech then became the starter. Transferred to Oklahoma, sat a year, then won a Heisman trophy. To even go a step further, the guy got drafted by the Browns and changed the culture to one of the most losing organizations in one year. I think if any player has proven when adversity hits, they respond, it’s Baker Mayfield.
  22. Great point, I never thought to look for the run blocking grades from Bell's time with the Steelers. What were the run blocking grade in Bell's break out 2016 year?
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