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  1. Major major difference in the allegations & reason they weren't prosecuted
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    Antonio Garcia Article

    I think you're missing the boat on Ijalana. The Jets paid him more than Qvale because Qvale can't play LT, while Ijalana can backup RT in a pinch. If Garcia beats out Ijalana for the backup LT job, sure, I can see them cutting Ijalana and keeping Qvale, since Qvale's skills at RT are better than Ijalana, and he has that versatility, and they don't need a 3rd string LT. But unless that happens, they're not going into the year with a backup LT they don't feel comfortable playing in an emergency, so Ijalana would have to stay - which means Qvale gets the short straw
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    Antonio Garcia Article

    If Garcia looks remotely competent in the preseason, there is no way that the Jets keep Qvale - a UDFA who has developed into "capable backup RT" and is playing for 1.9M on a 1 year deal - over Garcia, a third round draft pick with starting LT upside who is under contract for four more years (his rookie year will have tolled, given he was on NFI), and who will cost less than $1,000,000 the next few seasons. Especially because if he looks competent, he wouldn't make it to the PS
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    Jets OTA’s June 5th, 2018

    Just not Herndon, please
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    Jets OTA’s June 5th, 2018

    I knew he looked young, but Darnold just turned 14?
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    "The Art of the RPO" with Doug Pederson.

    Seems like that bubble slant concept would be very, very vulnerable to a zone drop from the DE on the slant side. QB reads the box safety, goes pass, reads the slot corner attacking the bubble, determines slant is the throw ... a dropping DE picks that off easy
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    For the "Trade Teddy" guys.....

    That's not accurate. The 2019 comp picks are based on the 2018 free agency moves. It's why we had a comp pick last year for Damon Harrison, who signed with the giants in 2016
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    For the "Trade Teddy" guys.....

    Not unless we lose more qualifying free agents than we sign, and given our cap room & the state of our impending free agents, I'd say that's unlikely
  9. https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1001910491730460674.html Cool story - covered a random woman's baggage fees when she'd have been forced to miss her flight. Good dude, apparently.
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    For the "Trade Teddy" guys.....

    Sure, except for the part where Ratliff was playing against future grocery baggers and Bridgewater was playing with the Vikings' starters against the opposing starters. And the part where Ratliff was basically playing "throw it as far as you can" catch with David Clowney outrunning said grocery baggers down the field by several yards, while Bridgewater was throwing 17 yard outs against tight coverage. But other than that, your comparison is totally apt, and the idea that players don't develop and that play in preseason games is completely meaningless in assessing skill sets and likelihood of success in the regular season is probably completely right (and never mind that "play in preseason games" is how professional coaches and GMs assess who makes the roster and how they stack their depth charts; what do those guys know?) Never has a poster more appropriately chosen a dunce-cap avatar than you, Phil, so nicely done.
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    For the "Trade Teddy" guys.....

    Dude, you're wrong on this. If you looked at his preseason tape the year he got injured, he was making exceptional and accurate downfield throws regularly. He was a 1st round pick heading into his third year in the league after a probowl year where he completed 65% of his passes, and he looked like he was ready to take the next step into the very-good-to-great tier that preseason. Then his knee blew up.
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    For the "Trade Teddy" guys.....

    Yes, absolutely he does. By that point, he'll have made about 12M in his career, which is more than enough for him to be comfortable for life even if he doesn't get that 10M due to injury - for him, the upside of signing that early extension isn't life changing money. And if he hits free agency after a healthy year where he shows he's an effective starting QB again, then with his pedigree and age, he's looking at at least 15M per and multiple years of guarantees on a free agent deal. The risk-reward is way out of whack for him to be signing a short term deal for non-starter money after "proving it" on a "prove it" deal.
  13. Saw this in a longer article over at NorthJersey.com (which mostly recaps info we've seen elsewhere), and thought it was meaningful: Full article is here https://www.northjersey.com/story/sports/nfl/jets/2018/05/30/jets-otas-week-2-takeaways-sam-darnold-robby-anderson-jamal-adams-teddy-bridgewater/653762002/ These are the types of little things that you absolutely want a bridge-QB doing for your highly touted rookie. No chance Roethlisberger does something like that for Rudolph, and I highly doubt Bradford does it for Rosen. Yeah, Aaron Rodgers became Aaron Rodgers without any help from Favre, and if Darnold is going to be great he could probably do it without a "mentor QB" - but just because something isn't necessary doesn't mean it's not beneficial. Snark away, but that type of approach from McCown will be a very good thing for the Jets going forward.
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    For the "Trade Teddy" guys.....

    If he really looks good, we won't have that option. Why would he sign another deal here to be the guy holding the spot for Darnold instead of going somewhere as the long-term starter? If he really looks good, he'll have that opportunity somewhere (NYG? SD? TB? NO? NE? CIN? BAL? MIA?)
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