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  1. 14 minutes ago, joewilly12 said:

    I wanted hm at #3 because we had a glaring need for a #1 WR a big physical WR and still do that would have helped Sam Darnold's success. QW did nothing for this team.  Football reasons for me.   (you seem to be more interested in the shirtless men pics than I am

    So you admit that you are in fact interested in pictures of men without their shirts on. It appears that only a level of gradation is left to discuss. 👀 

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  2. Conflicted. Do not think safeties, generational talents excluded e.g. Ed Reed, are worth the investment that they see at the top. However, IF you are going to pay someone, guys who have work ethics to be great, like Jamal, are the ones I have less fear of paying. Only thing worse than paying a safety quarterback money, is paying a safety quarterback money who stops trying. 


  3. Steve Marriott and it’s not even close, for me. 
     

    My top seven (2-7 could change on any given day for me:

    1. Steve Marriott

    2. Rod Stewart (The Faces days. Could keep up with The Stones on any given night) 

    3. Greg Allman

    4. Paul Rodgers (Free days) 

    5. Jagger

    6. Freddie Mercury

    7. Chris Robinson  

     

    I didn’t include the ladies, but for me, it would be Janis >>>>> 

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  4. Hard to disagree with the above, although I could flip-flop 1-3 depending on what game I remember most. 

     

    Sidenote: Michael Thomas is proving he is just uncoverable. Will probably break Marvin Harrison's single-season record for receptions. His catch-rate is what, 85%? 

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  5. 3 minutes ago, NYJ1 said:

    The collective logic on this site makes me think everyone of the posters got dropped on their heads as a baby. Trading Jamal Adams is not only foolish, it serves no purpose. The Jets would never get what he's worth. Not to mention he serves as an ambassador to attract free agents. Do you really think CJ Mosley would have come to MY if Jamal hadn't been talking to him? There were just as many teams offering Mosley comparable money. Jamal Adams is a game changer and he also happens to be our ONLY source of pressure on the QB. So you idiots want to trade him so you draft ANOTHER DL? Brilliant logic.

    Money got Mosley here, not Jamal Adams. Same like every other free agent. The only player who will attract other free agents, is a franchise QB. 

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  6. 7 minutes ago, T0mShane said:

    The Jets are going to be around $65 mil under the cap next year, and that's before adding any OL, CB, or re-signing Robby Anderson. That said, Cooper is going to want a Julio+ contract ($22 mil per, $63 gtd) and I'd probably give it to him. He's going to be 26 next season, which is odd because you'd think he was 29 or 30 considering how long he's been a star. You're cutting Enunwa, which can open up $6 mil in cap room, and if you don't re-sign Anderson (it's a huge WR draft this year) then it's good use of money,.  

    I tend to agree. I don’t think Cooper is on Julio’s level, but how often can you get an elite WR in their prime for their entire contract? Allows us to go Oline early and not come out of the draft and go into the season with one or the other. 

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  7. 7 hours ago, Irish Jet said:

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/redskins/nfl-abuse-of-painkillers-and-other-drugs-described-in-court-filings/2017/03/09/be1a71d8-035a-11e7-ad5b-d22680e18d10_story.html

    One drug in particular is highlighted throughout the lawsuit as a staple for NFL teams. Toradol is available only with a prescription. Though not addictive, it is powerful enough that many countries only administer it in hospitals and only after surgery. The lawsuit claims teams would freely offer it each Sunday to numb existing injuries but also in anticipation of the inevitable aches and pains accrued each Sunday.

    Though Matava’s task force recommended that Toradol not be used in anticipation of pain, it cited “unique clinical challenges of the NFL” and stated that each physician should practice medicine “as he or she feels is in the best interest of the patient.”

    Toradol continued to be used heavily in the wake of the recommendation. The sealed court filing also cites a 2014 survey that included responses from 27 teams. On average, 26.7 players — more than half the active roster — took at least one dose of Toradol on game day.

    According to the sealed court filing, months after the task force issued its recommendations, Matava emailed Yates, the Steelers’ doctor, questioning the team physicians who failed to respond to surveys regarding Toradol usage. “If these guys want to give Toradol because they think it is needed or acceptable, then they should . . . say so. What are they afraid of?” Matava, who did not respond to a request for comment, wrote in the same email that “[c]ontinued use of Toradol in the present climate is not rational.”

    But apparently it is still in practice. According to the sealed filing, Yates testified in his deposition that “that even last season, he witnessed players lining up for the ‘T Train’ — Toradol injections before a game.”

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    The NFL teams hand out that sh*t like candy. 

    Ehh, it's a pretty flimsy lawsuit. Toradol is just a high-strength NSAID, it's not some wonder drug that doesn't allow you to feel pain. It's great for musculoskeletal stuff, but I think these guys are overblowing it. I'd be more concerned with their kidneys than them running through a brick wall because of it. 


  8. 1a. Offensive line injuries / regression

    1b. Gurley hurt / whatever they're hiding

     

     

     

     

    2. Goff not being able to carry a team. 

     

    That's essentially it. Everything was predicated on the offensive line and Gurley. Goff looked good because of them. Once 1a and b regressed, their whole team regressed. If Goff was the goods, they could have weathered it, but he isn't and never was. It's the same damned reason that the Pats, Steelers, Saints, Packers, Manning-era Colts etc. can weather pretty much every storm. They have a QB who is the goods and can mask pretty much most positional regression.


  9. On 11/24/2019 at 8:56 PM, T0mShane said:

    It sucks he got injured but he’s also a liability. I wish him perfect health and also to launch him into the sun 

    These seem like exquisitely contradictory statements. I suspect, that you sir, do not in fact, wish this man perfect health. 

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