Jump to content

Cyberjet

Members
  • Content Count

    934
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by Cyberjet

  1. Can you imagine if Fant doesn’t want to give up his #76?!
  2. If you told me this was Zach Wilson’s brother I wouldn’t blink. and I’m convinced the film Mike L is giving Zach to take home are ‘Leave It to Beaver’ reruns
  3. It’s quite shocking the amount of $$ put into that stadium and how poorly designed and aesthetically displeasing it is. It’s like they never looked at the other stadiums and said ‘holy sh*t’ that’s what we want. They tried to be different but settled on the mundane
  4. Agree. JD will never negotiate from a position of weakness. Plan A: sign Maye to a Jet friendly contract. Plan B: they got people behind Maye that will succeed so they franchise or trade him next year. Franchise him if they feel that Davis or whoever is not ready.
  5. Hilarious. I’m watching the video thinking the same thing only to finish the video and find your comment right below it. Lol
  6. I have to respectfully disagree. The Jets made a decision to part ways with Donald. We can speculate why all we want but the bottom line is they parted ways. One reason was Wilson. End of story. He will be the starter day one and he and the coaches will let him grow into the scheme. This is not Vinnie Testaverde in Tampa Bay. This is a very good coaching staff. This is different. The Jets don’t have an Alex Smith. It will be a mistake to bring in a veteran that will become ‘his’ team. This is Wilson’s team ‘til proven otherwise.
  7. Wilson starts. This whole draft was designed for them to grow together. No matter how bumpy a ride. No way they throw in a veteran to start - that could throw a wrench into the system and effect his development and chemistry with the players. This is Wilson’s team.
  8. More than anything is the support and system that will be in place for Wilson. In my opinion Wilson has all the tools and is set up for success with this system. If Wilson doesn’t succeed it’s on him.
  9. Or possibly trading down from #226 to #207 ensured JD that he would get one of his players in the last groupings. 226 might have been a perceived risk of missing out.
  10. Yes - that’s why day3 makes sense. They drafted based on the coaching philosophy. That defense is going to be flying around and will have multiple packages. Should be interesting
  11. Agree 100%. Good fusion with coaching staff.
  12. I get the sense that the coaches and GM were locked in on the same page
  13. I think they targeted specific talent to fit the system. This is going to be a multi packaged defense fast hard hitting to meet many needs. Personally I’m sick and tired of 3rd and five and they get 6. This is no longer one guy does it all all the time. plus all these guys will be special teamers. the kicker is in the UDFA
  14. Another point though relatively minor AVT has proven he can play DT
  15. I don’t think that’s correct. Michael Carter was taken with the 2nd pick of the 4th round which was the Jets scheduled pick Jets received pick #143 in this trade. Subsequently the Jets converted that effectively to #175 and #200 Granted the loss of value, in the end their was no loss of draft numbers. Jets lost #23/66/86 but gained #14/175/200 from the trade. Minnesota Vikings receive: #23 overall (Christian Darrisaw), #66 overall (Kellen Mond), #86 overall (Wyatt Davis)) The Jets receive: #14 (Vera-Tucker,OG), #175 (Pinnoch,CB) , #200 (Echols,CB)
  16. I never understand how people ignore the fact that the Jets received pick #143 in this trade. Subsequently the Jets converted that effectively to #175 and #200 Granted the loss of value, in the end their was no loss of draft numbers. Jets lost #23/66/86 but gained #14/175/200 from the trade. Minnesota Vikings receive: #23 overall (Christian Darrisaw), #66 overall (Kellen Mond), #86 overall (Wyatt Davis)) The Jets receive: #14 (Vera-Tucker,OG), #175 (Pinnoch,CB) , #200 (Echols,CB) That is how I judge the trade.
  17. Teams were running away from him
  18. I was watching a video about Josh Adams, ND RB - what happened to Josh Adams potential Heismann candidate? The main conclusion was that he benefited from a good OL and production decreased due to poor OL play. Think about that statement. there are not many RBs that can be productive with average poor OL play. OJ Simpson Barry Sanders are 2 that come to mind. L Bell is one who needs a good OL scheme i like the RBs with a good OL, I guess Perine sucks. Mason would be a good addition
  19. If the Jets are developing a system where they want a heavy hitter then Ben Mason is the way to go. He brings a different skill set to the RB committee. I didn’t realize Perine was so awful. RBs: Coleman/Johnson/Adams/Mason
  20. Everyone says our 4 RBs suck. I’m not sure the Jet coaching staff agrees. I think their philosophy is a good OL makes good RBs. But we’ll find out.
  21. I think they will work well in this system. They will not find any better RBs in the latter rounds. They are developing a strong OL not only for Wilson but also for their running game
  22. I think the Jets are set at RB. 4 RB committee: Coleman Johnson Adams and Perine.
  23. Great article The bottom line is that Douglas knows what he has in Darnold. Great person above average maybe pretty good that you need to build a strong team around. Definitely something Douglas can work with to succeed. Douglas KNOWS that he will get at least that much from the second round pick but with the potential for more. That is why he made the trade and in doing so received 3 xtra draft picks knowing he has at least maintained the quality of the QB position and probably more
  24. I said You make that trade every day if you are a GM. The picks are up to the GM
×
×
  • Create New...