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Scott Dierking

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  1. The genius tag is getting to him. He now wants to prove he can win with inferior players and will draft them in that order. It keeps the "genius" label intact
  2. Now, if I were one to question a team's moves, and b e ultra critcial without knowledge of a plan, I COULD write-Coulkdn't they have traded down and still got this guy later? Don't they understand value?
  3. I think they have had 3. Didn't they go to the Bowl 10 years ago?
  4. It's a good pick. I actually think they get a little value
  5. Agreed-They are doing everything within thier power to give him weapons. I guess this finally makes the Peerless Price experiment look silly
  6. As much as I hate to admit it, Michigam is a football factory and their players come very prepared to play in the NFL
  7. Just my feel in watching both players. I saw Jackson probably 5 or 6 times, while I saw Smith maybe only twice. I tend to think that SEC Corners coming out tend to fare better overall, on average than Big 10 CB's. But that is a generalization, and one that OI don't think fits in this case. Again, JMO
  8. I totally disagree- You have to be able to chuck at the line with leverage and control your body. Tall CB's that are athletic are much preferable over shorter ones. JMO
  9. Marlin Jackson is a ball Hawk and positions his body very well. I know one thing, I did not see any WR's running by him, so his speed can't be that poor. He is a FOOTBALL player
  10. That would have been my pick if we were still at 26. If he is sitting around 35, I say we should make a move for him. Give a 4 next year
  11. He is 5-10 standing on a phone book. He does not fit Bradways prototype CB-He likes them tall and physical. Note that Aaron Glenn was ridden out (partly due to salary). The Jets, typically, have been very careful NOT to select players with scrapes with the law.
  12. Justin Miller is SO MUCH NOT a Jets player, it is silly. Bradway DOES NOT want undersized corners. Neither do I
  13. Gee, RS, you only consider starters that make full time contributions to be successful 6th round draft picks? I didn't realize that rosters were only 22 players deep
  14. TS-Jet fan since 73 myself-Not that means anything. And you know what-Thiks era has been the highlight of that mostly turturous time. Not that thsi is as far as I want my team to succed, far from it. But I have seen how bad franchises are ruined (or more correctly re-ruined) by thinkling short term and thinking that success is built overnight., This regime is different. This regime ghas a plan, has an idea how successful organizations are built and maintain and have even had a modecum of success. For the success that they have, outside of any other like it most of us have enduerd, I give them the rope to let a plan play out. If you want to go back to the circle jerk of continued upheaveal and lack of continuity, so be it. I just have been there and done that before. And the results have been terrible. Trust me, far worse than they are now
  15. TS-Who is to say that the player(s) that th eJets are enamored with at 26, have the grades to be where they are at 47 and 57? You woudl rather they reach at 26, to say that they sat tight, rather than parlaying the pick into inaother player, a pick and the ability to still get the players they want? We don't have the luxury of knowing how their draft board is stacked, and it is premptuous to fully comment otherwise
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