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THE BARON

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  1. His compelling limitations are the inept offensive coordinator (GASE) and inconsistent play from the QB.
  2. I guess the league office wants to make sure their favorite team and owner comes out on top. They have their "inside" man back on the job... https://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/nfl/bill-vinovich-back-in-super-bowl-after-his-crews-infamous-blown-call-in-nfc-title-game/ar-BBZtAT3?li=BBnb7Kz
  3. They should keep him and pay him like a mid tier # 1 or top tier #2. He is a natural Jet. Also. Some have described him as "a deep threat", suggesting that he is a one trick pony. Yes, he can stretch the field, but he can be much more versatile than many think. He is not going to be an over-the-middle possession guy, but he can be used to run a lot of the shorter routs too. The few times they let him run shorter routs, his cuts were crisp and he came out of his cuts/moves very quickly and he was aware of the ball. He's just as good with a slant, slugo, hitch, curl as he is with the dee
  4. I'm most interested to see what new batch of excuses the Gase supporters are going to lean on in 2020 when the Jets offense still under performs... The way I see it, Gase has two things he can thank for the 6-2 season ending. # 1 is the low quality of teams they faced and # 2 is the Jets not so secret weapon; Greg Williams... But, hey... He's rich.
  5. If JD manages to lure Conklin away from them who's gonna be the LT ??? Think they can get both Conlkin and Castanzo ? That would be kewl...
  6. For g*d sake, give your brain a chance. Did you see the Jets offensive statistics for the 2019 season ??? Did you watch the games ??? Even Brian Schottenheimer who the Jets fans wanted at the end of a rope would have run an offence that finished much higher in the stats with the materials that charlatan Gase had to work with... I have said that Gase may very well have been a good QB coach, but in no way does that mean he is a good HC or even a good OC. *THAT* is the compelling fact that we are dealing with. The Jets fans are on a high speed bus ride being driven by a blind man...
  7. You can hold in the NFL and get away with it if you are on the offensive line of a team that the league office is queer for. Most of the Steelers game winning drives with Ben Roethlisberger "extending" the play for 10 seconds or more came courtesy of the zebras looking the other way as the Steeler lineman were grabbing on to defenders's in every manner possible. In the Steeler Super Bowl win over the Cardinals, their MVP should have been the line judge. The refs use holding to control the game... Especially in favor of their favorites like the Steelers and NE.
  8. Least favorite. Fan chant at Chiefs game. Get a life.
  9. Exactly. Trade the best player for a draft pick that may or may not work out... Brilliant. Though, if he traded Adams for a top tier offensive tackle with at least 5 good playing years left, I would be OK with it. If JD drafts a defensive lineman of any variety with the first pick, he should be drawn and quartered...
  10. And Manning was telling Gase what to do...
  11. I'd like to have Thomas at LT, but he will be gone. The next best thing would be Wirfs at RT. I dont like Wills at RT or LT. If anything, perhaps Wills can transition to LG. With his much better than average mobility for the LG position, he could do a lot of pulling and getting out in front. I still maintain that my ideal off season coup would be adding Costanzo at LT and drfting Wirfs for RT.
  12. The teams that take Burrow and Tue before Herbert are going to be kicking themselves in the ass in three years time.
  13. That sort of a thing is what I had in mind. It would be a lot of fun. I'd like to see a 330 lb offensive guard run the "dreaded obstacle course"...
  14. My idea is this... It would still be nice to recognize Pro Bowl performances without having to play the useless game. So, I propose this. You still select Pro Bowlers for each position. They get the tittle and the recognition. Next... You send all the Pro Bowlers to Hawaii for an amazing vacation. And you have a fun spectacle on TV that will be a lot more entertaining and safe for the players than an actual football game... NFC vs AFC in the following 1. Tug Of War 2. Dunking Booth, 3. Pie Eating Contest 4. Idiotic but funny and safe obstacle cou
  15. I dig where you are coming from with respect to Herbert's inconsistent play. There are a lot of reasons one player can look better than another with both of them operating within two respective sets circumstances. Also agree on the anxiety any GM would have when selecting a QB like JH or TT. There are some clear red flags there with both of those QB's. If it turns out that they cant clean it up (JH) or break the injury bug (TT) that GM's career has taken a nose dive. The safe pick would be JB at QB, but if it was my choice, I'd go with Herbert because I think he transitions to pro be
  16. I've been saying since the Spring that Herbert is the best QB who will be entering the draft. I would take him over JB or TT for sure. I hope the Jets scouts saw offensive lineman Ben Barch from St. Johns. I'd love to plug that guy in at guard.
  17. 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.
  18. 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 th
  19. 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...
  20. 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...
  21. 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...
  22. He wants to play. This is advice from his agent to get more $$$ from the Colts...
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