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  1. I don't see how this could be a bad move at all. He's been a free agent since last season when he was cut, and no one jumped on him, so he'd be getting the vet. minimum from us. He and Sanchez had great chemistry, he's a great blocker for our run-first offense, he can stretch the field along with Hill to open things up for Santonio and Kerley underneath, and he was a real team player for us. He didn't have a fair chance in San Fran because of his injury and wasn't able to compete at his potential. I would take him back in a heartbeat if he is healthy and at the right price.
  2. Although I really like the Stephen Hill pick, I think we should still see about bring Braylon back. I know Tannenbaum said before the draft that he wasn't ruling anything out, but is there any news on that since? I think a one-year deal that is mainly incentive based would be great for us, granted he's healthy.
  3. absolutely not. he's almost worse than david barrett
  4. He probably feels at this point in his career that he's earned the right to say what's on his mind all the time. He should just keep his mouth shut.
  5. http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2012/03/06/jets-reportedly-interested-in-free-agent-ronnie-brown/ Jets reportedly interested in free agent Ronnie Brown Posted by Evan Silva on March 6, 2012, 5:16 PM EST Free agent tailback Ronnie Brown is running out of gas at age 30, but he can still pass protect and catch passes at a respectable level. Multiple sources tell ESPNNewYork.com’s Rich Cimini that the Jets have interest in Brown. Brown knows new Jets offensive coordinator Tony Sparano’s system from their time together in Miami, and would be a natural replacement for free agentLaDainian Tomlinson. Tomlinson was the Jets’ third-down back last season, but isn’t expected back. The Jets need a third-down specialist because starter Shonn Greene struggles mightily in the receiving game. In terms of playing time, New York would seem to be one of Brown’s best possible landing spots. Probably more speculation but I think he would be a good addition to our running game, especially with L.T. most likely not coming back and the fact that he's played in Sparano's system.
  6. You're saying Shaun Ellis was invisible for 10 seasons on the jets?
  7. Cotchery felt his days as a jet were over. he asked for a release or to be traded cause he was gonna be replaced by derrick mason. he got brought in for a physical and that's when the jets let him go
  8. Jets management is known for not being loyal to players. That's been the case for many years now. The way Cotchery, B.Smith, and Ellis left just shows it. I don't feel bad for Ellis though. Brad and Shaun staying in our division may have meant something. Also, not sure why he was told he would be a backup when he came off a great year for us (stats for 3-4 DEs don't tell the story obviously) and Mo Wilk didn't prove anything yet.
  9. he isn't coming here. i'd take braylon back before him. the last thing we need is another over-the-hill receiver to sign a one year contract and spend the season working on building chemistry with sanchez.
  10. Obviously Shotty was gonna be gone before Sanchez. 1.) We have a much bigger financial investment in Sanchez. 2.) Shotty has ruined every quarterback we've had since he's been here. If we let go of Sanchez, the next QB to step in would be ruined too. So yeah, Shotty is clearly the one going to take the first blame. Now that he's gone, we can see what the real problem is. If Sanchez fails to progress again, we will cut ties with him and start fresh. After four years, you know what a guy is about. Other great quarterbacks have struggled through their first three years, but if you don't make a significant stride in your fourth, you are probably never going to be a franchise quarterback in this league.
  11. If you spent the time reading the article, no quote from the Jets was made. This is 100% speculation.
  12. If we don't make it in, Schottenheimer is a gonner for sure. If we do, heck, let's see what happens. Why don't you give any positivity to this forum? You love watching this team lose. BTW, if we "back door in" which is ridiculous because that would mean we still have a better record (or a least tie-breaker) than all other AFC wild card viable teams out there, we would be a dangerous team. We may be the most inconsistent team in the NFL, but if we play WELL, nobody wants to play us. We can definitely beat Houston if we were to make it to the post season, and then we would play New England in Foxboro. Who wouldn't love that?! And I won't ruin my new year since we wont play till 2012. But either way, GO JETS! I'm tired of your negativity
  13. Thanks JIF for your continuous negativity. We got this. Go Jets!!
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