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  1. Saying he isn't as high on him is more to the fact that I feel that JT doesn't think Wilson is ranked behind Lawrence the way most analysts are thinking. He loves the physical attributes of Wilson but questions some of his in game decision making. Basically a very similar assessment of what people have had here with Darnold.
  2. JT isn't as high on Wilson. Watched his QB school analysis and his prevailing thought is that Wilson plays too fast and misses reads which doesn't really bode well behind the Jets OLine coming from BYU where he rarely got pressured.
  3. Gesicki and Pitts are going to be the new Gronk and Chico in the division
  4. Grier really showed how to masterfully do your job. He got a nice haul from SF and was then able to trade up to 6 and will be in good position to get the player he’s targeting. Just imagine if they drafted Herbert instead last year. Even if Tua doesn’t work out that team will be stacked for whatever QB comes in.
  5. If anything this makes the #2 pick even more valuable. The only reason SF traded up was to get a QB so that makes whatever team wanting to draft Wilson have to pay that much more since they have to trade for #2.
  6. Is he just watching the receiver get open without looking at the pocket? Some of these plays look like they’re taking a few seconds to develop which is asking a lot with our OLine.
  7. Adoree would be great if not for the fact we won’t have Berrios returning kicks
  8. That's actually not that bad of a gamble for the Jets or another team trading for him if they believe he is a viable starting QB.
  9. I would also assume a lot of it has to do with injuries and having a rotation of practice squad players every week. Sure Darnold could make better decisions but if you're unfamiliar with your targets and their tendencies how are you going to any consistency week after week? At some point you're probably going to take some stupid risks to make something happen.
  10. His deep throws look pretty effortless which is impressive.
  11. So we agree to disagree. No one is doing any mental gymnastics I just believe your surroundings and stability have an affect on your development in anything in life but guess that’s difficult for some people to comprehend that concept. But hey it is what it is.
  12. Ummm Troy Aikman? Hell why don’t you name me a great QB that has thrived in Darnold’s situation with a lack of talent and coaching instability in their first 3 years. And Gates was an undrafted rookie in 2003 who showed promise by the end of the year and was primed to breakout the following year in 2004 the same year Brees broke out. So it isn’t a coincidence that having elite receiving talent helps the QB “get better”. And yes in order for Darnold to ever turn the corner he needs to cut down on his interceptions but he fixed his fumbling issues so hopefully with better talent and co
  13. Again you ignore the fact that Brees had better talent around him. He came into the league with LT who was a 1000 yard rusher from the start and a pro bowler his 2nd year. LT had 100 catches his 3rd year for Brees. Darnold has none of that so sure you’re right it’s a desperate attempt for optimism because Darnold has been setup to fail while the Chargers made sure Brees had parts around him to suceed.
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