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  1. Wondering same thing. I checked his twitter and there is nothing....
  2. After next offseason, this team SHOULD be one of the best in the AFC. They are projected to have all 7 of their draft picks + a lot of cap space to spend. The rebuild is over though. This is no longer a bottom 5-10 team. We should be competitive in most games this year and should win around 7-10 games.
  3. I guess people were missing my view. I wasn't suggesting that the Jets haven't had busts (of course they have). My point was that more draft picks is better because you can find premium talent throughout the draft.
  4. Not exactly sure what about your post should make me weep.
  5. Pryor was not drafted 9th overall.
  6. John Abraham was drafted 13th overall. Tom Brady was drafted 199th overall. There is talent throughout the draft. Give me more lottery tickets. Trade back, acquire more tickets.
  7. Elite TE's make tough catches (in my opinion). Herndon showed he has the ability to not only make the spectacular catches, but also the tough catches. Herndon simply needs to learn how to run more efficient and precise routes. Jason Witten was not an elite athlete, but he was an Elite TE in the NFL because he knew how to get open. I want to see Herndon step his game up in regard to route running and blocking. If he can, he will be elite. All that being said, I am with you. I don't think he will be an elite TE, but he has a chance to be a top 10-15 for a long time.
  8. I love Chris Herndon. He has the ability to become and remain a top 10 TE in the league for a very long time. My hope is only that he works hard and that he and Darnold form a rapport much like the top QB/TE connections. If they form a chemistry, they could be very tough to handle on 3rd and manageable passing situations especially with Bell being the threat that he is out of the backfield.
  9. Ok...I have been a new member for about 2 weeks now and I finally have something I can argue about! Trading Leo isn't helpful for a number of reasons: -He is still so young and talented: Has he lived up to the #6 overall draft status? No, probably not, but he is still a good/very good player that WE drafted. Good franchises don't give up on young players like this who are good. -5th year option: the 5th year option is designed for players EXACTLY like Leo. He hasn't played up to his draft status, so by exercising the 5th year option, you have to pay him a little more, but you also get another season to develop/watch film on him. By keeping Leo here, we keep a B/B+ player on the defense for 1 more season. If he plays lights out, we can tag him or sign him. If he stinks the place up, we can keep him on the cheap or let him walk.
  10. It was completely asinine considering the position wasn't a dire need like Oline was and still is
  11. Ugh...I remember that pick specifically. Hated it so very much.
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