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  1. I work with an orthopedic surgeon who played QB for OSU- he played with Joey Galloway, Terry Glenn, and Eddie George, etc. he has all the inside info on OSU- and he told me personally that Fields has a bad rep within the OSU circles and is considered a “Me first” kinda guy. He’s selfish and about himself. Follow that up with this Orlovsky Comment and it eliminates him in my mind. No matter how good his tape is.

    Dan Orlovsky on the @PatMcAfeeShow show today had some interesting quotes that he’s getting from guys in the know.

    “Last guy in, first guy out.”

    “I’ve heard there are some questions with Justin Fields’ work ethic.”

    “Where is his desire to be a great quarterback?”

    10:41 AM · Mar 31, 2021

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  2. I’ve been thinking about this, even if Ashtyn Davis plays safety alongside Jamal, who will be our depth players at the position? Do u guys think that they will try and convert Quincy Wilson to be a backup at safety? Rontez is gone. Our CB depth is a lot- Desir, Bless, Maulet, Bryce, Hairston, Lamar J, Javelin, and Quincy. Thoughts?

  3. With our jets draft history, how many of our first round picks before Jamal stuck? Look at our first round picks after brick / mangold to Jamal. The only one I believe in the league still is Sheldon. And then our history with second round picks? If Bekton and Mims pan out, it’s already an A for us

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  4. 36 minutes ago, 14 in Green said:

    I already said 2x I’m okay with the pick, but would’ve preferred a WR.

    I also said why...We lack talent at WR.

    You keep asking is there a guarantee that WR would contribute. No, there isn’t. There isn’t a guarantee any draft pick will contribute. *see Jachai Polite* 

    You want me to name names... not my job. That’s Douglas’ call. I don’t pretend to know how to judge the talent of mid tier prospects like so many here claim to be able to do. What I can do is see areas on a team that need an infusion of talent. 

    I do think though the odds favor a 4th round WR contributing more than a 3rd string QB though. You want to argue that, you aren’t debating. You’re just arguing for the sake of arguing. You can do that with someone else.


    I think the main point is we had WWAAYY too many needs to double dip on decent draft picks at positions of need. We had a HUGE need for a backup QB, and yes, we also do need another WR. Notice how we picked up 2 UDFA WRs. Both have a very good shot to make the PS. There’s also more who will be available as FAs. EVEN if we don’t get another WR- we have Perriman, Mims, Crowder, (Herndon and Griffin back as well), Ur draft pick AT BEST would be our FOURTH receiver and 7th option! Why should we draft a fourth round potential AT BEST fourth receiver on the depth chart, if we can get a solid, reliable backup QB with a big arm with the same pick? 

    again, this was a well planned draft by a prepared GM. After seeing how it played out, I’m trusting all his picks. 

    oh yes And Doctson could just as easily put up decent fourth receiver numbers. 



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  5. 15 hours ago, ChuckkieB said:

    I think if JD grabbed another WR instead of the QB in round 4, it would have made this a perfect draft for him on paper. We passed on plenty of WR names that are going to contribute to NFL rosters for a developmental backup QB.  That being said, we signed a few UDFA's at the position and I'm curious if Berrios and Smith can build on their limited time last year and have an impact in 2020.

    Everyone keeps saying this. please tell me how another 4th round or 5th round WR isn’t the same as Doctson? Doctson is a former first round pick who put up 4th round pick numbers. Healthy and in a better system, he’s the same (if not better) than those 4th round guys. 

    im glad we used the picks on other needs- like backup QB and potential safety to replace Maye. 

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