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Cyberjet

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About Cyberjet

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    Practice Squad Player
  • Birthday 07/11/1956

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  • What is your favorite Jets related memory?
    SB III
  • What Jets memory broke your heart?
    Vinny and the Jets Denver playoff loss
  • Where you alive for Super Bowl III?
    Yes

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  1. First off finally some good music to a highlight tape. i don’t know if it’s me but the UFAs appears to be very good. I don’t quite understand why someone goes undrafted but some of these UFA seem they should have been drafted. For instance, would Jackson be out of place if he got drafted in the 5th round? It almost seems a few of these UFAs are a lock to make this team.
  2. What’s the magic number for the amount of black coaches hired - is it 12% based on population or 70% based on the number of blacks playing football? the reality should be the best person for the job which may include someone who busted their tail since college trying to learn the game. Regardless of color. There is a difference between a coach’s learning curve and skill set and in the vast majority of cases their experiences versus a player. Many players cannot make the transition to head coach. Bill Belichick was not an overnight wonder, was not great player rather he busted his ass to learn and study the game, did the dirty jobs coming up the ranks and become a coach. The numbers of black or white players is irrelevant. Now if one of the requirements to be a head coach was that you had to have NFL experience as a player then there might be room for an argument
  3. The bottom line is Gase has a good relationship with his players and he doesn’t take any bs with guys who don’t buy into the team. It’s really rather simple. He’s open to hear from his players. The fact that Darnold spoke to him indicates he’s an open minded coach and lets players mature in their own time
  4. I love that gif or meme or whatever it’s called
  5. I agree . Why didn’t we go for a WR with the 211 pick? Cager or Campbell would have been my choices oh wait......
  6. This will be the Jets most significant pick. Unbelievable weapon. How many years have the Jets been backed up in the end zone knowing it’s a punt out to 40. Not anymore
  7. This is one of my favorite picks of the draft. STs are vital and this guy is a weapon. what makes this pick so great is that JD manipulated the draft to get 10 picks thus making a pick for a punter sensible and “excusable”. If the Jets only had 5 or 6 picks you could make a stronger argument for not drafting a punter.
  8. He reminds me of Mark Ingram
  9. Mann will have the biggest impact. He’s a game changer. Perine will be next followed by Becton.
  10. Agree. He has that initial burst acceleration. The Jets drafted him to be a starter. Bell will be moving on eventually.
  11. I know and to think that the Patriots didn’t draft one receiver. How bad is that!
  12. When have you ever seen a Jet GM turn the #48 pick into WR Mims/#125/#129/2021 6th round pick. unbelievable

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