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About JetFreak89

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  • Birthday 02/29/1984

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  1. I think the best you can do is compare Avg. Punt to Net Return Yards while also taking into consideration the number inside of the 20 and touch backs.
  2. JetFreak89

    What's latest news on GM search?

    What a horrible dye job....c'mon Mangenius...get it together!
  3. If he and Gase are as close as everyone thinks they are, I don't think there is any doubt that Gase asked him straight up if he would be a yes before the Jets fired Mac and Heimer......one would hope anyway.
  4. JetFreak89

    Mac fired!

    It is entirely possible that the Jets didn't want to disrupt the draft process by firing the GM and putting all of that stress/etc. on the scouts so waited until after the draft. It's also possible that while Mac hasn't had the best drafting history, the team was giving him one last shot to have another decent one like last year and they didn't like what was produced. In either case, if we end up with the guy from philly and Jeremiah this will all be worth it. Get the two signed and in the building an nobody will be thinking about this come the summer.
  5. JetFreak89

    Mac fired!

    If we don't get this GM hire right, Sam's career here is done. This is by no means a Mac defense because he deserved to be fired but I hope this doesn't turn out to be another Same Ol' Jets moment. Should have hired Dorsey when we had the chance.
  6. Can't speak to this board specifically but another two I would add were Matt Simms and Doug Jolley.
  7. I knew Ainge wouldn't make it when I got texts from some of my degenerate buddies who were living in Hoboken that he somehow ended up passed out wasted on their couch even though he didn't know any of them.
  8. JetFreak89

    Mission: Get Sam Darnold a hot, rich wife!

    Don't think a lot of posters read the Kraft quote in the article too carefully....
  9. JetFreak89

    Jets decline Darron Lee's 5th-year option

    Only issue with this is if Mosely or Williamson misses significant time. Taking emotion out of it, Lee is a solid backup and if we end up trading him for a 5th string CB it could come back to bite us.
  10. JetFreak89

    Jets decline Darron Lee's 5th-year option

    So a 5th round draft pick with multiple surgeries has made our 1st round draft pick expendable after 4 years? Cool.
  11. Hence why the Pats use these picks in trades to pick up disgruntled NFL vets on other teams or to move around the draft.
  12. JetFreak89

    Short Passes vs. Deep Passes

    While actually throwing deep may be less effective than short passes as they are less likely to be completed the reason that teams still want deep threats is two-fold: 1) The league has become penalty happy and until the rules change or Pass Interference is no longer a spot foul, deep passes can still be a huge reward even when a completion isn't made. 2) If the team doesn't put a deep threat out there you are effectively transforming your QB into post-surgery Chad Pennington. Defenses no longer have to worry about the deep ball or balls outside the numbers so they collapse the D and make those slot receivers less effective.
  13. JetFreak89

    Am I wrong for liking this draft?

    Nope because as always nobody has any idea how these draft picks will turn out. We can all sit here cheering or frowning but at the end of the day we’re all just Jon Snows trying to entertain ourselves and our egos by trying to be the first one to call out a great pick or a terrible pick so we can point back to today and say “I told you so”. Mac’s track record doesn’t speak well for itself but that really doesn’t determine whether any of these picks will turn into all-stars or not. Sent from my iPhone using JetNation.com mobile app
  14. I’m not going to pretend that he is an offensive star but he is much more involved with Offense than Peake is plus we have no idea on how Gase plans to use him. I don’t know what happened last year but in 2017 he had 376 yards on 46 targets. That’s a little different than the 25 yards Peake has put up the last 2 seasons. Sent from my iPhone using JetNation.com mobile app

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