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  1. Yeah we build an OL and Perrine will run for 1800 yards, sure. Not happening. You need both, you need to draft stud RB at least once every 5 years so you dont have to spend money getting one through FA. Last real stud RB we drafted was McNeil 40 years ago. Gimme a break, enough of the narrative that any RB will do.
  2. We could've had Mahommes and Dalvin Cook or Alvin Kamara or the RB from Cincy. But we got two strong safeties instead... Back to back.
  3. Please Bell wascwashed up by the time we got him, went to KC and was worse. That dude should retire asap and McCagnan should be rounded up and shot.
  4. Perrine is another McGwire your hair will turn white waiting for that guy to become an elite back... Not happening.
  5. In the end we draft the wrong OL anyway. Might as well get the no brainer stud back. We fck up 90% of our picks. Hard to mess up the top two or three backs. They are always good.
  6. Every year the draft comes around and we ignore RB. Other teams get stud backs and win games with them. We get the McGwires and Perrine's of the world. You sign a FA like Ivory or Bell but by the time you trot them on the field the ankles and knees start to falter, you get the hammys. I dont care if we draft 7 consecutive OLs... I want a stud back for once in my fcking life. Bilal and Leon in the last 20 years and the fans dont complain... Oh and a sprinkle of Shawn Greens, that it! No wonder our offenses always suck.
  7. If Najee is sitting there at 34 you take him and don't look back. This a workhorse back, he can handle 30 carries a game and catch out of the backfield. I agree, we need OL, I would not mind draft 5 OL in this draft.
  8. I know how we all want the team to be complete to then draft a franchise RB, I know the NFL has gone the way of the RBBC. I also know LaFleur will run the SF offense which utilizes zone blocking and athletic linemen to create gaps so that any decent runner can be productive in this system. Its just that I watch Harris and I see a 1500 yard rusher perennial probowler with the ability to catch as well as a receiver out of the backfield. A real weapon who defenses will have to account for and a game breaking guy. We have no game breakers on offense. Maybe if not at 23 then with our second rounder
  9. Marshall/Decker and prior to that the trio of Braylon/Holmes and Cotch, and before that Keyshawn/Chrebet, and Toon/Walker. It seems like every winning era for the Jets has had good WR tandems. We might a decent Foursome with Davis/Mims/Crowder/Cole... if Herndon gets his head out of his ass and goes back to his rookie year self, we might be on to something.
  10. Mims or Davis? They are both built for it, in Davis' case he came close to a 1000 yard season in Tennessee playing second fiddle to AJ Brown last season, but with us he will be our most experienced WR. I think Mims might be a tad more athletic with a tad higher upside but Davis is probably stronger physically, the more experienced route runner and ready to explode on the scene as a legit #1. I say for next year Davis will garner the most respect out of an opposing defense at least so maybe Mims becomes the main target. Maybe neither becomes a true number one but more like solid number 2
  11. Nah... I wish but Sam's a bum and I love Wilson.
  12. A guard, a tackle, even a center, but we signed some bum from the Chargers who was terrible for them. Our OL will continue to suck unless we draft a couple of impact OL, but even if they're good I just dont put a lot of faith in rookies.
  13. And I think there will be at least 5 possibly more.
  14. I always wanted Williams, the Silver back. We have thrown money at a bunch of bums why not Williams?
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