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  1. Hire John Beck. He was the guy who turned JW into one of the hottest prospects in the '21 draft.

    They communicate well, Beck has become a Guru developing QBs. Benefits for JB opportunities

    for future hot coaching opportunities, if he wants to stay independent source , great pub.

    Benefit for JD a franchise QB and a job saver. JW needs a friend and his mentor

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  2. 2 hours ago, kmnj said:

    the only thing that is positive is to see many of the joe fan boys finally seeing how badly he  sucks-the writing was on the wall when he drafted Morgan a guy that had zero chance of ever playing for us-a team with so many glaring holes  JOe just wasted a draft pick 

     

     

    Morgan & Perine in the 4th. Wasting two thirds to move

    up  for a guard.  There were plenty of good players taken much lower

    Peoples Jones, Slayton, Alex Cappa

  3. Fatso Douglas is a tre' dumb bastid, who has been GM

    for going on three years. The sycophants who luv him

    say he has only had two drafts, forgetting his first season

    that he brought in stars like Pierre Desir. His first draft pick

    Becton was physically and mentally soft a big schmuck over

    ultra competitive Cede Lamb

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  4. 3 hours ago, JTJet said:

    Idk about you, but I dont ever want my QB in a position to have to tackle anyone. 

    Usually means it's for a bad reason... usually. 

    Idk just spit ballin here. 

    I like his competitiveness, my mistake, I've got to do somethin about it.

    Like a qb who blocks and fights for an extra yard for a first down and

    for a score. You can keep your chicken sh*ts like Sanchez who looked

    for the safest route to the sideline, where he can enjoy a Nathan's hot dog. Believe me his team mates take note the kid is not trying to save

    his ass, but risking his body to make a play

     

  5. On that throw he was falling away yet the ball went 50 to 55 yds with no use of his legs.

    More importantly the play showed what a competitor the baby faced bastid is.

    After moving in the wrong direction the kid got on a horse and beat everyone down

    the field to make the tackle.  I've seen every NY AFL/AFC game since 1960, from

    Al Dorrow  to present  his competitive instincts are at the top. Looks like he ran 4.4

    chasing the interceptor

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