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Curse of Namath

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About Curse of Namath

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  • Birthday 03/21/1980

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    Long Island NY

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  • Where do you live?
    Stony Brook NY
  • What do you do for a living?
    Project Manager

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  • What is your favorite Jets related memory?
    Jets defeating Patriots in Divisional Round January 2011
  • Do you have season tickets?
    Yes
  • What Jets memory broke your heart?
    Losing to the Steelers in AFC Championship January 2011
  • Who is your favorite member of the NY Jets flight crew?
    Tracy
  • Where you alive for Super Bowl III?
    Nope

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  1. I think you have to trade down and get picks back with all the holes. Hopped on PFF and did a mock. I don't see it happening but if they can move down with Miami it is only 2 spots. JOK would not have been a pick of mine but he is a legit first round talent and in this scenario added him to the D were he can play all over would be nice. Still get OLine help, RB, WR and CB addressed.
  2. This deal seems completely unrealistic and I don't know who Jacksonville would be so high on that they would give up two second round picks but if this is on the table you have to do it without hesitation. Costello's picks are horrible though. With the additional picks you can go with a luxury pick like Najee Harris and Pat Friermuth and solidify the OLine. Get the T position filled so there are bookends moving forward, drafting a C allows McGovern to bump to a G spot so it upgrades two spots. The luxury of a stud RB and a traditional strong blocking and pass catching threat both help the
  3. Long time reader, never really post. One position I am very interested in what the Jets thinking is Tight End. I think it is a key part of the Lafleur offense and a young QBs best friend. I though Jonnu Smith would have been a perfect fit. Do you think the Jets address this in the draft? Maybe use a second in possible Darnold deal and draft Freiermuth ? I can see Kroft as the only move? I liked the idea of Tonyan from GB but with the second round tender I don't see anyway this happens.
  4. Couldn’t agree more with the 3 top guys to chose from. I am actually excited at the names still available. At this point if you could move Lee for a high 4th (not great value I know) but come away with Butler (give Sam a young big target to grow with, guy is a 1st round talent) and Love (CB is a huge need on this team right now) and to get one who can come in right away and start would be great for Round 4, at the expense of Lee, it’s a win.
  5. THE HOUSTON TEXANS SELECT UNCLE RICO, GARDNER MINSHEW QB FROM UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
  6. TEXANS SELECT ALIZE MACK TE FROM NOTRE DAME
  7. I am a huge advocate of trading down but if the Jets are to stay put this has to be the best case scenario. I saw this the other day online and came away ecstatic at the thought of the draft playing out this way. The Lock pick made me question the credibility of the mock though as that would be a truly shocking move in my opinion.
  8. The Houston Texans select Benny Snell Jr. running back from Kentucky
  9. Texans select Trayvon Mullen Cornerback Clemson
  10. Texans select Yodny Cajuste Tackle from West Virginia
  11. My thinking is he will fit what they are looking to do offensively. He is not a road grader type but is elite is pass protection. Looking to move back into the first round been sending out fliers. If anyone is looking to move out.
  12. With the 23rd pick the Houston Texans select Andre Dillard
  13. Would you be interested in 54 & 55 (710) for 22 (780) ?

  14. The more time passes the more in really think it is a real thing.
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