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DjHoldyHold

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  1. https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-41977709
  2. Rams gonna give us 12 first round picks and Stafford for Wilson
  3. There was an argument for this before he (likely) tore his ACL. Again. Now there is no way in hell the Jets should even think about looking at him.
  4. My dad promised me he would take me to the game whenever the Jets made it, no questions asked. His father made him the same promise, but never got a chance to fulfill it. He even got tickets early when we played Pittsburgh in the AFC championship. Lost a lot of money reselling those lol. End of the day, whatever it takes to get us in the door.
  5. I was really impressed by Wilson considering who was blocking and running routes. The first almost pick was strange and the second was on the TE for dropping it. Shoutout to Fant for breaking up the pass on a tipped ball too.
  6. Brass Balls Berrios (TM) is the only player on the roster yesterday who would have caught that 3rd and 10 pass in the 4th where he got absolutely popped after catching it
  7. It just looks like Wilson forgot how to throw a football. I was high on him coming out of the draft for two major reasons; his accuracy and his decision making. For some reason he has devolved into an inaccurate and slow QB. I'm not out on him yet, but he can't be this bad going forward if he wants to stick around.
  8. at minimum 18% of Offensive Rookie of the Weeks will be jets. thats gotta count for something, right?
  9. My personal favorite has to be the humiliating 2011 beatdown. Thanks Jets.
  10. I want 7 edge rushers. Imagine trying to block 7 pass rushers at once. It's impossible. I don't know why nobody has thought of this yet. Someone get Saleh on the phone
  11. Three years is the time frame for a quarterback. If the dude does not produce well enough after 3 years, its time to move on. For the most part, a quarterback will show who he is in his 3rd season (Josh Allen, Kyler Murray). A rookie who shines or sucks does not always indicate he will be a Rockstar/bum going forward. Baker looked light out his rookie year, now he's meh. Mahomes and Lamar sat their first seasons. Having a guy like Herbert is such an anomaly. There are always exceptions, like injury (RG3), off field issues (Haskins) or advanced suckage (Rosen). A rookie season is a relatively poor barometer for overall career success, although a good rookie campaign is obviously preferable. Looking ahead, a QB's second season is a bit of a better metric to determine success. If you can get a QB to play as well his second year as he did his first year, he's taken a step forward. With a year on tape and an expanding role, quarterbacks often experience a sophomore slump. If your QB can maintain or improve his level of play, then he is set up for a 3rd year breakout, or he will lock in his level of ability (Allen vs Baker). Of course there are exceptions, such as when a guy steps in and plays great, or struggles with flashes of excellence. I see Zach in category 2. I don't think it's fair to count Zach out. So far, he has sucked. Yesterday, he largely sucked. But young quarterbacks usually suck to a degree. We have been privilaged to see so many young stud QB's. Mahomes, Lamar, Herbert are all wild exceptions. The truth is, that type of success was never possible for Zach. We never had the weapons of the Chargers, the offensive line of the Ravens, or the everything of KC. Zach missed a lot of development time and stepped in to a game rusty. All I want to see this year is improvement. Specifically, I want him more accurate and more effective in the intermediate level of the field, with occasional splash plays. If Zach does that this and next year, I think he could be poised for a nice third year, assuming coaching and supporting cast are good enough. If not, God save the jets.
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  13. It's brutal to find a QB in the NFL. Not every team can be so lucky as to have a Mike White
  14. Totally agree. I think the personnel we have isn't being utilized properly either. I think Mosely has gotten to skinny, which was done as per Saleh's request. Our linebackers have gotten really small, making it impossible for them to take on blocks. Quincy Williams has been the only guy who has been reliable stuffing the run. Quinnen has the same issue. He's a bit small to play DT. He is talented and strong as hell, but doesn't quite carry the bulk. I believe he should play more edge/DE. Lastly, our D lineman are not in the optimal position. We are not using our lineman to eat blocks, and letting guards (and occasionally tackles) to move to our linebackers untouched. The Jets are running a pure nose tackle, but don't have the Vince Wilfork/Fletcher Cox type player to take on a guard and center. Instead one lineman is free off the line to chip up to a backer. Playing our d lineman more on the guards (whether it be head up or shaded) will let our smaller linebackers scrape more freely
  15. Unfair to compare anyone to Mike White. He's truly in a class of his own. I'm just glad I can watch his career, can't wait to tell my kids about him
  16. I don't think that's necessary. Granted I'd like every pick on that list but having one is excellent. Especially if the other guys can get to that point or close to it. Michael Carter 2 has looked really good for a mid-late round corner, but he was still not a coveted prospect. However, getting a starting caliber corner out of that spot is fantastic. Same with Michael Carter 1. Moore has flashed, but in a top heavy WR class he had no chance of making the list. He was the sixth (fact check?) WR off the board after all.
  17. Starting White is the only decision the staff can make. There a few outcomes: A: White plays his ass off against Buffalo, solidifying his starting job B: White implodes against a super bowl hopeful, giving the staff an excuse to send the mormon back in C : Wilson starts against a great Bills team, is rusty and gets smacked around a bit, and the fans want his head on a pike and White to start the rest of the season, putting the 2nd overall pick on thin ice not even through his rookie year D : White plays meh, and we are back to square one
  18. Mike White should not be allowed to leave Florham Park. He has flashed. Considering our history at QB, we should not let ANY potential QB talent walk in FA. With that being said Wilson is still the future. Hopefully. He was drafted at #2 for a reason, and this regime lives and dies by the mormon. Without the injury, I feel like the staff would let White play until he inevitably sh*ts the bed, and throw Wilson back in immediately. With a direct comparison it will be easier to make a decision.
  19. The difference between Baker/Darnold and Lamar/Allen (Rosen was just bad) was coaching. Baker started with terrible coaching and eventually got a good one in Kevin Stefanski, and now he's around average. Darnold was given Bowles and Gase, and he sucked. Allen was awful his first two seasons, but he was in a stable environment with good coaching and the addition of Diggs. Lamar was given Harbaugh, an excellent line, and an entire offense built to his strengths.
  20. The little money I have is on lafleur in the booth. What stood out to me is how static the offense looked weeks 1-7 in contrast to 8/9. In these past two weeks we have seen much more 'interesting' sets and formations. A lot more lateral movement, whether it be pre snap or during the play. In the bengals game the offense seemed much more alive even before the ball was snapped. Much of our success these past two weeks should be attributed to better play design, and Mike White being the messiah.
  21. I don't like to make definitive statements on rookies this early but I feel like Moore is different. His skillset is exceptional. Moore is very fast, and more importantly very quick. You can see what I mean on his long reception with 5 minutes left in Q1. His quickness allows him to stop on a dime and break at the top of his (post?) route, separating from his defender. Players who can separate and get open will always have a place in the NFL. Moore's ability to get open will keep his floor high. Moore also has good hands. He doesn't drop balls, although his size could make contested catches difficult, which is less than ideal for a slot-like player. He is also electric with the ball in his hands. His quickness allows him to dodge duck dip dive and dodge defenders at a high level. He can make plays after the catch or with designed touches, like screens, end arounds or jet passes. In short, Moore is a receiver who can get open and separate, reliably catch, and make plays after the catch. Even if he does not develop, he will be serviceable at worst. Hopefully, he will develop and become a Tyreek Hill - Dante Hall esque weapon.
  22. I think the line has looked better without Becton. Not excellent but before he got hurt he wasn't playing that great. With an injury to Moses now we may need him back however.
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