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  1. If you call having one of the best SS's in the league for another season "no reason", then yeah... Keep him for no reason.
  2. Even the best of the GM's is playing a game of craps when it comes to the draft. I don't think you realize the nature of the crisis that the Jets are facing. Needing five offensive lineman while a second year QB is still learning the position ??? You are pretty much looking at a five alarm fire. It will take tremendous focus on that task in order to avoid another losing season and perhaps a dead QB. You cant hang your hat on the draft to fix this problem. Adams has to be traded for a deal that included an offensive lineman of note, or not traded at all. It is not conventional to think that way, but the Jets are really in a bad spot.
  3. Yeah, but dont trade him *unless* it is for a high caliber offensive lineman. Every other position is a luxury at this point. NOTHING needs to get done until that line is fixed. If you get a first rounder pick for him, that pick may or may not work out. If it was any other team with varied needs, I would say, yeah, take the first round pick for him, but when you need 5 offensive lineman and the life of your brand new QB depends on it, you dont f*** around at the crap table...
  4. If his contract is up, what are they gonna do, put him in handcuffs ??? Either you trade him NOW and get a proven top tier offensive lineman in trade, or you keep him for one more season and get the benefit of his good play for one more year before he walks for more money than the Jets are willing to pay. They could also consider extending him now with a backloaded contract...
  5. Perhaps all you JA haters would prefer Eric Smith at the SS position ??? He never said anything immature... Bottom line. If he is really a team guy, he'll accept a fair deal. If he wants to fleece the Jets for every penny they are worth, let him walk when his contract is up. If you can trade him now, it has to be a deal that gives the Jets NOTHING SHORT of a Pro Bowl caliber O-Line guy in the prime of his career...
  6. He wants to play. This is advice from his agent to get more $$$ from the Colts...
  7. The last time the Jets had a top notch line, it was Brick, Faneca, Mangold, Moore & Woody Damian Woody was FA, Faneca was FA, and Brandon Moore came from The Scottish Claymores. When you need *five* new starters for your line, FA is a must. They have to be looking everywhere now. They sould have scouts at Div II, Div III and semi-pro leagues looking for guys on the O-line that they can bring in as undrafted FA's This is a seriously desperate situation. FIVE positions on the line have to be filled.
  8. Winters and Shell have to go. Beachum is top tier back-up or bottom third starter. He is not bad. Between the three of Beachum, Lewis and Harrison, one if not two will still be starters unless they have the best off-season in team history. IMHO... The Jets management should be fully engulfed in plans to revamp that line. All other priorities rescinded. All crew members expendable...
  9. Agree fully. The can get one or two starters from the draft this year *IF* they hit on their picks, but that line could use 5 new starters. 4 at the very least. It is the worst line in the league and the worst in Jets history.
  10. I think a new CBA should get rid of the franchise tag. More trouble than it is worth. If I was Castonzo and the Jets offered me $$$$$ but the Colts franchised me, I'd sit down for a year...
  11. We shall see. I agree it will take a substantial offer. If I was the GM, it would be my priority. Castonzo in FA and Wirfs in the draft...
  12. Due to the circumstances with the Jets offensive line and where Darnold is in his development and the lack of LT's that will be available for the Jets in the draft, you take the pain of paying a lot of money for a guy like Castanzo. He has at least four good years left in him. Not only does the LT position depend on it, but so does the life and health of the QB, the offense and the 2020 season. This MUST be taken care of...
  13. Castanzo and Solder are not the same guys. Solder came into the league needing a lot more meat on his big frame. Players that need to work that hard at bulking up are not "natural" for their position. They usually fall off a cliff performance wise near the end of their career. Castanzo has at least four more very good years left in him.
  14. Castonzo all the way. Landing him would be a major coup. Stick him in at LT and draft Wirfs for RT. Draft a versatile interior O-lineman between rounds 5 and 7. Jets could go from having the worst offensive line to one of the better ones. It all comes down to adding a LT in FA. Castonzo is a nice player. Skilled, good team guy and always on the field. Pay OVER market for him. It is *THAT* important...
  15. No problem, there... One or both of them will have a Super Bowl hangover. Every season is a new season. You can go from worst to first and vice-versa... The Jets problem is not Frisco or KC. It is Gace and his league low producing offence...

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