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  1. I’d prefer Zach takes his 2nd half performance last week and repeat it each half on Sunday.
  2. I’m just here for the entertainment and as long as Zach and the offense gets better, it will be a fun year. Granted they only played one game and things can quickly change or proven otherwise; however, most of my expectations have been wrong. 1. Zach develops into a FQB; so far promising 2. The Oline is at least average; they may gel but not looking good so far 3. CBs are a major weakness; very solid performance the 1st game. 4. Safeties are a strength of the defense; Joyner’s injury changed that and Redwine got burned by Anderson 5. Elijah Moore would be a stud fr
  3. I wasn’t able to watch the game. What do you mean by the Panthers dialing it back? Did they stop blitzing or what?
  4. It will be interesting to see how AVT, “the most NFL ready lineman,” and Elijah Moore who many consider a real steal play out. I’m not including ZW because although the initial returns look very promising, IMO selecting a FQB is the most difficult and subjective draft selection as too many promising QBs bust in the NFL. If AVT and EM bust, maybe we need a name change, shaman, or something crazy to break the Jets curse. In hindsight, I would have drafted differently because of the Oline issues. At the time of the draft I thought JD made good selections.
  5. For now I’m going to focus on the positives of Zach’s performance and the DBs playing better than expected. If Zach’s numbers were the same for every game of the season he would throw for 4,386 yards 34 TDS and 17 ints. Who wouldn’t be excited if he put up those numbers as a rookie? And, he put those numbers up despite lousy protection and too many dropped balls. He should only get better and if the Oline can at least become average, we are in for an exciting season.
  6. Well…Frank Gore is still a free agent.
  7. For me, I’m giving the team a pass on W-L record this year with new coaching and players, and not being able to fill so many holes in one offseason. With all the draft capital and cap space, if the Jets aren’t playoff contenders next year, then there is something wrong with the JD/Saleh experiment.
  8. That’s a good point. I highly doubt they tank as bad as the simulator. However, they have been having a lot of drama this year as well, and they still haven’t extended their LT who Wilson wants the team to extend. Add in the tough division, this maybe the year Seattle misses the playoffs.
  9. If this really happened (not counting on it), we would have the 1st and 4th picks in the second round. It would be draft day nirvana.
  10. Other than Morton at RT, the Carolina Oline is trash. If Jets can get a good pass rush, Mosley can contain CMC and Becton does well against Harris (Carolina’s stud edge pass rusher; Becton should destroy him in the run game), and Wilson doesn’t stink, the Jets can win this one.
  11. https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/32133086/simulating-2021-nfl-season-projecting-285-games-biggest-storylines-super-bowl-winner?device=featurephone ESPN ran some simulations and has Carolina picking number 1 and we getting two top 5 picks because Seattle falls apart this year and has wins like the Jets. As long as we compete, Zach develops and a couple of other rookies shine, I can’t say I would be disappointed at all.
  12. Maybe if we include Feeney?
  13. It’s good to see that JD takes out his trash.
  14. He’s seen both Zach and Sam play. Maybe he likes his chances to actually play in Carolina.
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