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  1. 18 hours ago, PepPep said:

    Hypothetical proposed by...

    https://www.ganggreennation.com/2020/1/13/21033580/would-you-joe-burrow-sam-darnold-new-york-jets-hypothetical-trade

    Personally, I would not. I know what we have in Sam, we are lucky enough to have gotten him and we need to build round him. As good as Burrow may become, he is a huge question mark. 

    But I know there are a lot of Burrow fans out there and a lot of Darnold doubters who may disagree. 

    Thoughts? 

    Next year for trevor lawrence yes


  2. On 9/25/2019 at 10:04 AM, Patriot Killa said:

    I watched a lot of Baker last year. I didn’t see one reads? I seen him go through progressions rather well. Kind of hard to stat pad 27 touchdowns, Phil

    I’m just saying.

    turns out its possible.

    Out of Bakers 9 multi-td games 6 were against what were basically the worst defenses in the league.

    7 tds/0 int in 2 games vs Cin who was the 32nd ranked pass def and worst overall ranked defense, 28.4 ppg which was 30th

    3 tds/0 int in 1 game vs Atl who was the 27th ranked pass def and 28th overall ranked defense, 26.4 ppg which was 25th

    2 tds/2 int in 1 game vs Oak who was 32nd overall ranked def and 19th against the pass, 29.2 ppg which was worst in the nfl and the 19th ranking vs the pass is misleading because they had the least pass attempts against since they one of the worst vs the run and scored only 18.1 ppg while also giving up the most td passesdespite the lack of passing attempts against them

    2 tds/0 int in 1 game vs the bucs who were 26th vs pass and 27th overall defense and gave up 29 ppg which was 31st in the nfl

    2 tds/1 int vs the chiefs who were 31st overall def and 31st against the pass and gave up 26.3 ppg which was 24th in the nfl

     

    So thats 16 tds/3 ints vs very bad defense

    BUT:

    10 tds/12 ints in his games vs good (ravens, texand, chargers) and average (steelers, broncos) defenses show a whole different story that is more in line with his performance this year where he played better defenses overall. and his team was stacked with talent on offense this year

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  3. 18 hours ago, Rhg1084 said:

    Miami is in the most enviable position for sustained long term success out of all the team in AFC east. A million high draft picks to go along with a ton of cap space. Flores gets to build the team the way he wants, and I trust they will be successful. Not saying they will win the division next year but in 2 years I fully expect them to be a force to reckon with 

    and very little talent. we all know fitzmagic can make your team look good for a little bit before it all comes crashing down. 


  4. 1 hour ago, More Cowbell said:

    Dude, you aren't  funny. It's  actually sickening watching you try to justify  what Garrett did.

    hey dude, i never justified it. i only said rudolph started it. but guess what. i don't give a rats ass if you like me or  not. you can suck my cock....you're SICKENED!!! lol. give me a damn break

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  5. 1 minute ago, New York Mick said:

    Garrett who is known for late hits, hits Rudolph late then wrestled him to the ground when there was no chance of winning and the game was over. Rudolph got pissed and grab the back of Garrett’s helmet while they were wrestling and Garrett was still holding Rudolph down. After that Garrett pulled him off the ground by his mask, ripped his helmet off and hit him with it. Rudolph didn’t get suspended or fined so I guess the NFL seen the same thing I did. Garrett also might face legal action Rudolph won’t. 

    Whatever. I dont see rudolph as an innocent bystander is all. Obviously he didnt deserve to be brained by his own helmet. But he did have a part in escalating the situation from an overzealous takedown into an actual fight

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  6. 16 minutes ago, New York Mick said:

    How did he start it? Garrett took 5 seconds to knock him into the ground then Rudolph defended himself. 

    dude seriously? first of all it wasnt close to 5 seconds and it wasnt even a hard take down. rudolph got triggered and tried to twist and rip garretts helmet off but failed. garrett said ok **** it....and succeeded in ripping rudolphs helmet off......then while being attacked by pouncey i believed and restrained by another steeler, rudolph charged after garrett......and proceeded to eat a helmet to his head and then get layed out 

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  7. 6 hours ago, FireTheJohnsons said:

    Wow, youre delusional, honestly not worth the time. Carry on, no biggie, NFL's fault for giving the helmet, not Garrett......

    seriously.....if this were the case we should start suing steel companies for supplying the metal that makes the frames for cars that are involved in fatal car accidents

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  8. On 11/11/2019 at 10:33 AM, THE BARON said:

    Agree fully.  After the "ghosts" game, I heard some of the pundits say that Sam is already ruined and wont recover.  Then, we see him with a solid performance vs. the Giants.  Looks to me that Sam is very solid above the shoulders and has strong character.  Adversity does not keep him off track,  He's the guy you want.  Despite a media bashing and one of the worst offensive lines the Jets have ever fielded, he's still positive and he's still making a lot of nice throws.  I'm glad the Jets drafted him and I'm glad Douglas took over for Mac.   We'll see a much improved o-line next year after the off season and we'll see a lot more good things from Sam. 

    already ruined at 22 years old? kids got a total of 19 games under his belt, and doesn't have a very good set of skill players aurrounding him and his o-line is atrocious. some of these experts are annoying af

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