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  1. 4 minutes ago, Prodigal Syndicate said:

    Brady is a career winner. Stafford is a career loser who played worse in the playoffs than regular season and is 0-3 in them.


    If that's there reasoning they are in for a rude awakening.

    Brady and stafford should never be mentioned in the same post... should be an immediate ban...lol

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  2. 12 hours ago, heymangold said:

    in the 4 years he's been the HC he's made the playoffs 3 times (9-7 the other year) and have been to a NFC championship game.  he's 43-21 overall.

    i'd kill to be that relevant here in NY.

    I dont love Goff , but he has taken a team to a sb, and is so much better than Darnold, its laughable. 

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  3. 3 hours ago, ScarletKnight89 said:

    Carton doesn't work in the afternoons doing sports talk. He's a morning guy. Evan annoys me more with Carton. He was much more likable with Joe.

    Yeah, i think this is my biggest issue with the show. You either like Carton or you don’t, very little middle ground. I happen to like him. My issue is with  Evan, he is trying so hard to be whats he isn’t . He spends the entire show trying to tell Carton where he is wrong. Listen to it, so painful. Carton needs a frat boy, athlete type of partner to play off of, Evan is just a nerd.... also, notice, he yells half the time, and just bad radio... they will break this up some time this yr




  4. 30 minutes ago, ScarletKnight89 said:

    I think JD will be judged by his decision on Sam more than his decision on Watson's fate. I understand your point though.


    I could not agree more, if he keeps Sam, with all these other options available and Sam does not finish at least in the top 15 qbs, his legacy is sealed. Puts us right back at square one, without a qb. 

  5. 25 minutes ago, FidelioJet said:


    I all for taking Lance at 2 if that’s their guy. 

    I simply don't think we should trade down and hope he’s there. 
    Whichever QB you like you should take at 2.  Don’t mess around with QB. 

    Fair take for sure. You never know who may deal up ahead of you. That said, i would not be surprised if jets have wilson, fields and lance rated in similar fashion. You would need to have a backup plan you like in case that happens.  If 4 qbs get taken in top 6( doubtful) , a very good, if not great player is falling to 7. Sewell, one of the wrs, etc... If you like Lance safer move is to trade to 4, although return will be less, almost 100% chance he is still there..

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  6. 1 minute ago, JetBlue said:

    I know there are no guarantees but if we could get the Lions to trade their 7th, and 21st along with other draft picks, for # 2, I would strongly consider doing it and drafting Trey Lance. The key is knowing he probably needs to sit for a year.  We could bring back Darnold and let them compete and then trade Darnold next year.  If Darnold show signs of becoming the player we thought he would be, we could always turn around and trade Lance.  Either way we would have our franchise quarterback and the capital to build around them.   If Lance is gone at 7, take Pitts or best available offensive player (Chase, Smith etc.) and roll with Sam for the year.   Either way you look at it, we can add some serious talent.  If Sam is not the answer, we will have Lance waiting in the wings and ready to take over by mid season or next.  

    I could see doing this, add picks by trading to 7, and then select Lance, However, i would not keep Darnold, and would roll with lance from day 1. Between trading down from 2, and dealing Sam, you should get several more picks to surround Lance with more offense

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  7. I have been giving this some more extended thought recently. At first, i dismissed it any many of you have, he is going to be 33 next month, not a fit for the Jets. That said, with so many Qbs still effective in their late 30s, and even 40s, rivers, brees, brady, ben, rodgers, etc., could easily argue that Matt is still in prime, with 4-5 very good yrs left. The other variables are even more favorable, signed for 2 more yrs at 45 million( border Line  cheap) for a qb with his resume. The draft capital will be Much less to give up compared to Watson, likely our 23 and a third or 4th gets it done. We can then trade out of 2, knowing we have a gd qb secured, and get the haul we all expect...and we still have our high second and 2 1st rounders next yr, as well as whatever we get for Sam.

  8. 12 minutes ago, CTM said:

    He's an excellent DC. He' a good HC that lucked into the greatest draft pick in the history of football.

    Belichick very likely will make the playoffs again as he's a good coach but I've been saying for years Brady gets the lionshare of the credit for the dynasty and this year, as well as 2008 kinda cemeted it

    Could not agree more! I have been saying this to my Pats friends for years now. If the Jets had brady in several of the Sanchez Yrs, and even some of the Chad years, we likely would have won 1-2 super bowls. 

  9. 9 minutes ago, section314 said:

    Very possible. What do you think of this proposal, at least for starters? Starts with the idea that they don't want Sam in any type of trade. We offer, #2,#23 and #34, all this year. It's basically giving them three #1's. Figure that JD probably has a decent idea for what the market for Sam is. If you could flip him for a 2, you would get our pain out of the way this year, and have picks in every round except the first. With Watson on board, we would probably have a pretty good recruiting tool to add a couple of pieces we could have used our picks on. If Watson forces their hand, they may find it hard to beat a deal like that.

    You dont seem to get it, the #2 pick is actually worth 3 mid to late number ones, on the trade value charts. Get familiar with it before posting random, nonsensical trades. And no, the Jets are not trading all of their top picks in 2021 either.



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  10. 42 minutes ago, southtown24th said:

    Rewatching the press conference.

    Heard Saleh with Carton and Evan.


    The answer to the Sam Darnold question(s) is: premeditated, pre rehearsed, calculated and strategic--all which were most likely talked through several times with Joe Douglas and Johnson.  Make no mistake about it.


    Mentioning, "there's a reason he was #3 pick in the draft" aka WE WANT A HIGH PICK FOR HIM WHEN WE TRADE HIM.

    Mentioning, "I will speak about how we game planned for him when I was with SF" aka I WON'T SAY ANYTHING ABOUT HIS FUTURE HERE--ONLY ABOUT THE PAST.  


    Sam is a goner.  They want to trade him and they want AS MUCH FOR HIM AS POSSIBLE.


  11. 50 minutes ago, Jetsfan80 said:

    Statistically false.  

    Tua dinked and dunked a lot, but 64 % completions, 11/5 TD:INT ratio and 87.1 QB rating would be welcome numbers to get out of Darnold.  And this was Tua's first season (coming off a strange and shortened offseason), while Darnold has been in the league 3 years.

    It's interesting that teams seem willing to move on from statistically better QB's, like Tua, Mitchell Trubisky, and Gardner Minshew, yet a sizable number of Jets fans somehow still want to hold out hope in Sam Darnold. 

    Based on the last 2 yrs, Sam is not better than anyone, statistical fact, not opinion 

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  12. 6 minutes ago, Sonny Werblin said:

    Between the fair catches, poor tackling and the refusal to just let Mann handle the KO duties after he outperformed the FG kickers, I am done with Boyer. And when your Punter is the best tackler on your punt cover team, it is time for the ST coach to go.

    Agree, they had to be in the bottom five in punt and kick- off coverage

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