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  1. 2 minutes ago, docdhc said:

    I think Mullins looked bad against our defense which isn’t good. I like Johnson over White or Mullins with Morgan on PS. 

    Agreed that he looked bad but he’s at least had some respectable NFL games starting over the years while Johnson White and Morgan have had a combined 0 respectable games lol. And Mullins knows the system better than any of them, at least he should.

  2. Attached pic below… yes I still read the paper.

    Thoughts:

    - Love carrying only 2 qbs… he has White but I’d like to replace him with Mullens. And let’s just cut the dead weight with Morgan and ask for forgiveness from the draft gods for what was JD’s worst move of his career lol.

    - He has Berrios making it over Vyncint with 6 wr overall. I personally want both of them on the team… Smith is productive when he plays and is useful on ST. Maybe we can trade Crowder before the season for some help on D or o-line.

    - At TE he has Griffin over Yeboah. That would be a mistake. Remember Darren Waller was scooped up from Baltimore’s PS. Let’s not **** this up lol. Griffin is a jag.

    - He has 8 corners with Dunn making it. I’d prefer to keep Vyncint over Dunn, as Dunn hasn’t looked good in preseason… but would want to sneak him on the PS for sure. 7 corners is fine for now.

    - Josh Adams is a tough cut. Hopefully can get him on PS. This makes me hate the Perine pick even more, as he’s not much better and was a 4th round pick last year. Him, Morgan, and Davis are looking like terrible mid round picks last year, but still early so we’ll see.

    Other than that I agree with everything. What y’all think?

     

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  3. 5 minutes ago, mrcoops said:

    I wonder if the Bucs will try to keep him. They have to know he's not going to clear waivers if they try to sneak him onto the PS.

    They might even look to trade him rather than lose him for nothing.

    I was wondering the same thing. What are the chances the bucs hold on to 2 kickers? I would trade one of our surplus depth d lineman for him in a heartbeat, someone good isn’t making our roster regardless.

    I can’t believe we missed on Blakenship and Borrealges in back to back years, both undrafted. For ****’s sake, Joe!

  4. 18 minutes ago, THE BARON said:

    Small sample size, but...  From the first preseason game highlights:  Wilson appears to be the best passer.  Footwork, timing, accuracy and ultra fast delivery time all show up for Wilson.  Lawrence had an NFL throw or two, but his moves and throwing motion appear to comparatively slower to Wilson’s.  Fields obviously exciting with what he can do with his feet, but several of his passes were not timed or placed very well.  Lance can throw big to open pass catchers, but also looks to be lacking with accuracy and timing.  Indeed, VERY early to tell much, but from one single preseason game, I’d take Wilson without hesitation. 

    Steven A. was on first take today saying the same thing. Said he was highly impressed with his arm and he just looked like a real nfl quarterback. He’s the only person I’ve seen give love to Wilson… it’s otherwise been all Fields and Lance d riding.

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  5. Was wondering the same thing. Yeboah will get another chance I think, especially since they gave him more money than any udfa ever… they obviously believe in his potential and he shouldn’t be cut for one bad play. If anything Daniel Brown should be cut over Yeboah. The other udfa they gave a lot of money to was Isiah Dunn… I honestly didn’t notice him during the game, which I suppose is a good thing if you’re a cornerback!

    3 cuts I wanna see are:

    1. Daniel Brown

    2. Ballantine

    3. Walter

    The other 2 I’m not sure off the top of my head. Maybe one of the bottom roster receivers. And honestly Naggar was god awful, that 53 yard attempt was pathetic. Let’s see what Amendola can do.

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  6. For some reason, I have a feeling Joe isn’t done wheeling and dealing this off season. I haven’t heard of any specific rumors but I’m curious if anyone else has seen or heard of anything.

    While NFL trades may be uncommon, I feel like it would make sense for the Jets to trade some players at a stacked position (ie dline) for help elsewhere (perhaps linebacker or secondary). For example, I keep hearing about how Foley doesn’t fit the new system as well after he killed it last year and was a top rated IDL. A guy like that has to have decent value on the market… would it be worth it to trade him for a solid starter at OLB or CB? Or am I wrong and Foley fits the 4-3 well?

    I have the same question about JFM… is he a another guy that doesn’t fit the new system after killing it last year in the 3–4?

    Curious what y’all think… in my mind it makes sense to trade guys like this, as their stock is at an all time high and they may not be great fits. The depth at those positions is also solid even without them. If we could get a solid starter at OLB I think that would be awesome. Cashman can’t stay healthy, Davis has potential but sucked in Detroit so I’m not too confident in him… and Nasty Nas and Sherwood are exciting but pretty sure they are like 215 pounds and how much are they gonna hold up as OLB’s for an entire season?

  7. 23 minutes ago, Alka said:

    Welcome to Jet Nation!!  

    Please understand that I am not an expert here, but my understanding is that the offensive system being put in place takes pressure off of the QB.  This system allows throwing to running backs, tight ends, wide receivers, slot receivers, and allowing the playmakers to catch the ball on short throws, seam routes, and allowing them to make yards after the catch (YAC).  A west coast type of offense.

    LeFleur is widely considered to be a QB friendly coach who has a great understanding of the system, and Saleh is being heralded as a players coach, who is tough and expects his players to work very hard on improving and going hard.

    With a capable offensive line which we now hope we will have, and new players who can help the QB with quick throws and getting open, there seems to be hope.

    If anyone thinks I am not accurate here, please do not hesitate to correct me on this.

    Sounds perfect for a rookie QB, and sounds like the kind of system Darnold could’ve been successful in had we used it to start his career.

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  8. 19 minutes ago, joewilly12 said:

    Not so funny thing it seems no matter who the HC is we run the same damn rotten crummy plays. 

    1st down hand-offs. 

    3rd and long draw plays. 

    3rd and long we need 10 throw a 2 year pass. 

    I hope this all changes. 

    Hahah I’m literally traumatized from those offensive sequences. Still can’t believe that was our HC for 2 years.

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