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About NYDreamer

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    Spartan Warrior!
  • Birthday 03/05/1973

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  • Tell us a little bit about yourself...
    Easy going with a passion for physical fitness
  • What are your interests? Hobbies?
    Working out, Spartan Races, Jets Football
  • What do you do for a living?

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  • What is your favorite Jets related memory?
    Traveling to different games, the Monday Night Miracle was very cool
  • Do you have season tickets?
    Used to be
  • What Jets memory broke your heart?
    The lose in the AFC Championship game against Denver. Fb fumbles the ball and we never got the momentum back. This would have been the year.
  • Who is your favorite member of the NY Jets flight crew?
    I like them all
  • Where you alive for Super Bowl III?

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  1. NYDreamer

    C Nico Falah Watch

    I wish he did stay with us to grow over the offseason
  2. The Johnsons relied on the NFL's program of former advocates to assist with the job search (Structure), prior to that with Idzik, they relied on a job search (Head Hunters) group to assist with that hire. Two times the Johnsons showed that they were relying on help to make those hires. Essentially they are hiring a "Brain Trust" to assist them from NFL resources but that dynamic has failed them. Besides all of the poor game management from Bowles, he is responsible for the hiring of his coordinators and has gone through 3 offensive coordinators. That is on him. MacCagnan: If I look at this roster, I see four players that I would keep: (Adams, Darnold, Herndon, and Quincy (Possible Williams because he is constantly double teamed and he shows up to play every week)
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    XFL Announces Teams

    Playing at Met Life makes sense considering Vince McMahon is bringing Wrestle Mania there this Spring. It's a smart move if you look at as a Public Relations and Advertising standpoint. You capture a future potential fan base in the building they will play in.
  4. https://bleacherreport.com/articles/2809019-unloved-by-fans-mike-mccarthy-is-what-a-lot-of-nfl-teams-want-and-need The Jets Replace "Baker Mayfield" with "Sam Darnold" and McCarthy to the Jets makes as much sense as McCarthy to the Browns. Even McCarthy's most predictable game plans would be a major step up from the current Jets offense, whose signature play is a punt from midfield while trailing late in the game. The Jets need a new general manager in addition to a new head coach. McCarthy won't do much good if Mike Maccagnan keeps handing him Quincy Enunwa and Trenton Cannon and claiming they are Antonio Brownand Alvin Kamara. That makes projecting McCarthy to the Jets tricky. He's never had personnel control, doesn't seem suited for the role (check out how he handled the Packers running backs for the last five years), and there aren't many old Packers execs hanging around after the Packers and Browns divvied them up last offseason. But like the Browns, the Jets would schedule parades if McCarthy could bring them a few of his "disappointing" 2012-16 seasons.
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    Dave Toub(Assistant HC/Kansas City)

    These two Pro's have me interested. A few years back we wanted Mike Westhoff to be considered for the HC job because of his success. John Harbaugh has done well as a former Special Teams coach so Toub is intriguing. Part of the Andy Reid coaching tree. Current job in Kansas City gives him access to the pipeline of Chiefs coaches as he builds his staff on the offensive side of the ball.
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    I can see it now. Bowles to Arizona and he selects the guy in the draft that every Jets fan on this board wants right before we pick. 😂
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    Kareem Hunt Attacks Woman

    Another investigation just opened that he punched some guy in June as well: https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2018/12/02/report-nfl-investigating-second-incident-in-which-kareem-hunt-punched-a-man/ Report: NFL investigating second incident in which Kareem Hunt punched a man Posted by Michael David Smith on December 2, 2018, 6:27 AM EST Getty Images Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt is under investigation for more than one violent attack. Hunt, who was cut by the Chiefs on Friday after video emerged of him punching and kicking a woman in February, is also being investigated by the NFL for an incident in which he punched a man in the face in June, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. If Hunt engaged in a second incident of violence in June, knowing that he was already under scrutiny for the incident in February, that would be the kind of repeat offense that the NFL says its personal conduct policy is designed to prevent. That could mean Hunt will eventually get suspended for more than six games, which the NFL has called the baseline suspension for such incidents. It is unclear whether the police were involved in the June incident. There have been no reports of Hunt being arrested or facing charges. But the NFL will suspend even players who aren’t arrested. And if Hunt committed two separate acts of violence, suffice to say he’s going to be suspended for a long time.
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    Well this article just came out that Bowles could be a candidate in Arizona if let go by the Jets. Keim has ties to Bowles and he has many of the assistants still there. Mac and Bowles were an arranged marriage. https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/todd-bowles-back-to-the-cardinals-some-execs-believe-its-a-real-possibility/
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    Jets OL 5th highest paid, ranks 24th

    This was definitely a positive from the game play today. He showed good pulling skills. Perhaps found his position moving forward.
  10. Let's look at it from this lens. When Sanchez came to the Jets, we had a tremendous offensive line, running game and wr's he could throw to. In fact the team around him was good enough to go to two AFC championship games. Then we let a lot of the offensive weapons walk Sanchez was never the same. We cannot say the same about the talent Darnold has around him right now, this was similar to him at USC. The year before he had Ju Ju Smith Schuster and an offensive line. The second year he struggled without the talent. The goal must be to build the talent around him.
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    My problem is we have all seen this picture before when he had a lot of money when he first arrived with the Jets. That money was spent on players who no longer contribute to our team. Revis, Cromartie, Fitzpatrick, etc. No replacements for DBrick or Mangold. Draft picks not being developed. Trumaine Johnson is costing a lot of money over the next few years. So my point is, how is him spending money and running the draft going to change this year? He has not shown improvement. The other side of the argument is we keep moving on and on and on and on and on. I'm guessing we would have been in a better place if we kept Tannibaum and Mangini at this point.
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    Miscellaneous Jets Draft News

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    It's like us Jets fans, we know what the result is going to be yet we keep coming back to have it happen again 😀
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    https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2018/11/17/trumaine-johnson-has-been-an-expensive-disappointment-for-the-jets/ Trumaine Johnson has been an expensive disappointment for the Jets Posted by Michael David Smith on November 17, 2018, 9:26 AM EST Getty Images When the Jets signed cornerback Trumaine Johnson to a five-year, $72 million contract this offseason, the thought was he should come in and immediately improve the Jets’ defense. In a sense, he did, as he intercepted a pass in Week One. But since then, the results have not been pretty. Johnson has been profoundly disappointing to people inside the organization, according to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News, who quotes one source as saying, “Thought he’d be better.” In fact, since that solid performance in Week One, the Jets’ defense has actually played better during the five games Johnson missed when he was injured. Many league observers believe Darryl Roberts, the minimum-salary backup who was starting while Johnson was hurt, has actually played better than Johnson this season. That’s despite the fact that Johnson will pocket $26 million in salary and bonuses in his first year with the Jets, while Roberts makes less than $1 million. Johnson returned to the lineup on Sunday, moving Roberts to the bench, and the Jets promptly turned in their worst defensive performance of the season. The 28-year-old Johnson looks like he’s not as good a fit in coach Todd Bowles’ defense as he was with what the Rams were asking him to do. That’s always a risk with a free-agent signing, that a player earns a big contract because he plays well in one situation, but doesn’t play well in the next situation. Bowles is likely to be fired after this season, which means it’s going to be some other coach trying to get the most out of Johnson next year. Whoever that coach is, they’d better get the most out of Johnson. He’s set to cost $12 million against the Jets’ salary cap in 2019 and $15 million in 2020, and the way his contract is structured makes it virtually impossible for the Jets to move on from him until then. He still has time to get things turned around, but through his first half season with the Jets, he’s looking like an expensive mistake.
  15. Well, the defense lost to back up QB's in a few games this year with no game plan change.

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