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  1. 1 hour ago, SR24 said:

    Lafleur wanted Elijah Moore so bad on draft he started celebrating when he was slipping. How does Lafleur want a guy so bad, finally gets him and then plays him out of position every game!?  Someone make it make sense 

    Moore needs to clean up some of his route running though.  When he’s running those out routes he’s not crisp and drifting up field a bit.   He needs to be coming back towards the QB a little, he’s probably about 3-4 yards deeper than Zach expects him to be.  

  2. Aside from the failure to utilize his personnel correctly, another one of LaFleur’s errors has been how he has been coaching Zach.  
     

    During all of camp and the pre-season games we heard Saleh and LaFleur say how they were “forcing” Zach to stay in the pocket, make his reads and not wanting him to use his feet.   Now 3 games in what are we seeing?  Zach staying in the pocket too long, holding the ball and not using his feet.   His ability to get out of the pocket is abysmal.  His escape routes are non-existent.  He’s turning the wrong way into the rush, he’s not leaving the pocket when there have been opportunities to do so.  
     

    They have coached this kid into a box, and aren’t using one of his best attributes.  It’s not good.  

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  3. On 7/12/2021 at 12:13 PM, sec101row23 said:

    A place for random college talk and some 2022 draft eligible prospects.  No 2022 mock drafts please...Lol.

    Going to watch this kid a lot this year, there’s some potential here IMO. 
     

     

    Anyone see the Arkansas/A&M game?   Burks’ skill set was on full display.  Hard to believe he is 230 pounds.  

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  4. 10 hours ago, jetstream23 said:

     

    Jet fans always seem to take solace in the failures and struggles of other teams.   None of that should excuse the absolute s**t show we are seeing this year from this team however.  Zach was the only rookie QB anointed the starter from day one in OTAs.   He was the only rookie QB to receive all of the #1 reps for his team during the entirety of training camp.   It shouldn’t look this bad right now.   

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  5. 2 hours ago, The Crusher said:

    I think the Mims is a future all pro nonsense is truly an example of what makes this place fun. I’m pretty sure most of us pro Mims people are simply calling for him because nobody eyes is doing a damn thing. Just play the athletic guy who gos hard after the ball in the air because we have a struggling rookie QB and nobody else  is helping him. Including LaFleur and his horrible pass routes  that don't seem to work  for the guys who supposedly know it. So only conclusion is? We are all screaming for Mims the future All pro! FREE DENZEL ( FUTURE ALL-PRO)

    I will see your Denzel future All Pro and raise you a Denzel is a future Hall OF FAMER!  
     

    I even told him on Twitter that I believe he will be a HOFer and to not forget his boy Sec101 during his Hall of Fame speech.  

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  6. 7 minutes ago, JiFapono said:

    You know what's funny/sad/hold me?  Those first 2 picks, I dont think are picks if Mims was the target (and dont tell me he cant run those simple routes), I think he prevents the first one when it was a jump ball situation because Davis had cement in his shoes and I think he catches the high slightly off target ball.  

    #freedenzel 

     

     

    Here’s why I call bull s**t on the whole “not knowing all 3 WR positions” thing as a way of keeping Denzel in jail.    Not one of the WRs lined up in all 3 of the receiver positions last Sunday.  Berrios, the leading receiver, lined up exclusively in the slot EVERY play.  Does this staff really believe that they can throw that BS out there and people just lap it up and believe it?   So they can’t come up with a package of plays to try to feature what Denzel can do?   It’s not like this franchise isn’t begging for someone to make a play on offense.  

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  7. 5 minutes ago, JiFapono said:

    Interesting topic.  If I lived in the area, I think I'd be a season ticket holder.   I love live sports.  It's fun.  I love tailgating.  Anytime I've been to a JN tailgate, I've had a blast.  Marvin Jones tried to pick up my wife.  

    Hell, I used to have season tickets to Jags games and I'd just go to the stadium and watch the Jets inside and never go to my seats.  lol.  I was single, the Jags games are huge parties and tailgates are elaborate, woman everywhere, always an after party, have a ton of great stories from those days.  

    Dont have those stories sitting on the couch.  And lord knows I'll find a stupid way to spend that money on something else.

    The problem I had with season tickets is that we only ended up going to maybe 3 games a year, due to kids activities on the weekends.  As I’ve gotten older my desire to go to the games has declined.   I was fortunate enough to be able to unload my PSLs shortly after they instituted them.  I used that PSL money to fund the golf club membership.  I get way more enjoyment out of that.   Now if we feel like going to a game we just grab some tickets from stubhub for half of face value.  

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  8. 55 minutes ago, kdels62 said:

    I started looking into Forsyth about a week ago. He’s intriguing. Immediately, I wasn’t completely enamored with him like I was with Linderbaum but I wasn’t disappointed like I’ve been with so many other IOL prospects in the past 2 years. 

    He’s not Tyler as a prospect, but an interesting option after the first round.    Will be worth watching him as this season goes on.  

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  9. 1 hour ago, BCJet said:

    Exactly, if something isnt working, and a key employee is essentially saying he wants a change - why not try it out.   Even with ipads and still-frame pictures, its enormously different being able to see the field from upstairs vs the sideline

    Im well aware that the OC cant stop the QB from throwing picks, so thanks to everyone for that part of the analysis.

    I agree.   Before this season started this topic was brought up and I felt for a rookie OC calling plays for the first time it would be more beneficial to be upstairs calling the plays.   It’s less chaotic up there and less distractions.  You have Calabrese and Cavanaugh to hold Zach’s hand between drives on sideline.  I think LaFluer has too much on his plate right now and he isn’t nearly experienced enough to handle this.  

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  10. 4 minutes ago, dbatesman said:

    For anyone who doesn’t feel like clicking through (and you shouldn’t), it’s just Peter King saying this;

    I think Jets GM Joe Douglas let down Jets franchise quarterback Zach Wilson on Sunday. I’ve harped on this through the offseason, the need in New York for a veteran backup to be a guide for Wilson. And Sunday, the need showed up. 26-year-old backup Mike White the only man in reserve. Four minutes into the second half of a loss to New England, Wilson dropped back and let a bomb fly deep down the middle of the field. No Jet was close when the ball fell to earth. But a Patriot was close—safety Devin McCourty, who intercepted it. Four interceptions in 35 minutes for the green Wilson. After the pick by McCourty, Wilson should have been yanked, given the rest of the day off while a hold-the-fort vet finished. There is no hold-the-fort vet, so Wilson stayed in and took his lumps. It’s just not sensible to treat the long-term answer at quarterback like this.

    What a load of horsesh*t. You can say he hung the rest of the team out to dry, because Andy Dalton or Gardner Minshew probably wins yesterday’s game, but hanging Wilson out to dry? Give me a ******* break. Wilson’s the starter, for better or worse. When he sucks out loud, no one is benching him to protect his feelings. The idea that we need to save these guys from themselves so they don’t get sad is ******* pathological.

    The problem is that the other 52 guys on the roster suffer as well.  They need development and are playing for their contracts as well.  Zach needed to be pulled yesterday, it was beyond obvious.   

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  11. 6 minutes ago, JiFapono said:

    If Zach Wilson didnt put up one of the worst performances I've ever seen from a QB, that was a very winnable game.  Just a modicum of competence from the QB position and the Jets win.  

    This was a conscious decision by the coaching staff and GM to throw him to the wolves in spite of what's best for this team and quite frankly, for Zach.  And that's the shame of it, when you're rebuilding and you dont really know what you have and you're breaking in a bunch of unknows and hoping for next season, having a QB like Wilson basically negates any roster assessment's you can make.

    This becomes the bigger problem.  The development of all of your other younger players takes a step back when the QB plays like he did yesterday.  You learn nothing and develop nothing from yesterday.  Zach needed to sit yesterday, but there wasn’t even a washed up vet on the bench that you could bring in to run the offense.   

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