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  1. 3 minutes ago, BCJet said:

    It would be very helpful for the team to have Hall get 6-8 games this year to get his feet wet and have him be able to hit the ground running in 2021.

    Agreed.   You can say that about the entire rookie class.  

  2. 23 minutes ago, Paradis said:


    I question the collective intelligence of this board when they decline to entertain this scenario ^^... TL is not the only way to a lombardi. If you land muster a kings ransom of legendary proportions, your franchise is going to be robust with talent and can win in a variety of ways - including with Mac Jones the next year, or Dick Dick McClain, etc. 

    Dick Dick McClain can spin it though.    You could even trade out of 1 and still get Fields.  Until we see who is drafting where this becomes a tedious conversation.  My fear is that if the Jets do have #1 overall that JD isn’t even going to be able to make the decision, the Johnson brothers will be running up to podium with the draft card all filled out.   

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  3. 13 minutes ago, JiF said:

    Yeah agreed, plenty of all time greats played and didnt "love the game" - they were just really good.  Van Roten came out yesterday talking about how he gets it the fans frustrations, his dad is 60 year Jets fan and he said something along the lines of, "this lockerroom loves the game" etc.  It's not his fault they suck.  They can love the game all they want, hell, you could argue some of these fringe rosters players love it the most with what they have to go through to make a roster.  They're just like, not good enough.  Simple. 

    As for the rookies not playing, it sucks but I'm not overly concerned, this team is god awful I'm not sure there are even meaningful snaps to have.  If these guys just get a few games under their belt before the season ends, I think that's just fine.  Not ideal but nothing was coming from this season other then "experience" and I'm not quite sure this "experience" would even be beneficial.  Besides, it's not like Gase would play them...

    I think every snap a rookie takes is meaningful.   These guys, specifically Becton, Mims and Perine need to start seeing stuff on an NFL level.   Becton needs to see speed rushers, bull rushers, stunts etc...  Mims needs to just get on the field, but also he needs to start learning how to beat press man and how to set up NFL corners when running routes.   Perine needs to see blitzes and how to recognize where the pass rush is coming from.  Any reps they take this year is just more experience they have so that next year isn’t another “rookie” season.   

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  4. 9 minutes ago, Ohhthepain said:

    Ty Johnson showed too much promise with that 34 yard run so Gase had to bench him for the rest of the game

    So very true.   If you want to see just how bad of a coach Gase is just look at what he did with the RB distribution on Sunday.  Aside from taking out the hot hand in Johnson, he benches Perine for dropping a pass and when questioned about it in his presser he states that he didn’t want to put Perine back out there because he didn’t want to hurt his confidence..Lol.   Wouldn’t putting him back out there and throwing him another ball do more for his confidence than benching him?   

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  5. 11 minutes ago, Sonny Werblin said:

    I thought mcFarland was drafted by Pitt to feature him as a 3d down back and pass receiver in his rookie season. Boy was I wrong. Ironically, for all of our complaining about perines play time their stats for rushing and receiving thusfar are nearly identical.

    Agreed.  If Conner and Snell stay healthy then McFarlands role will be somewhat limited.   I do think as the season goes along that they will start giving McFarland some of Snell’s touches.   They havent thrown  the ball to the RBs all that much this year.    What’s interesting is if you look at their receivers and how much each are targeted, you will see such a balanced distribution.   Of their regulars the lowest  targets is 24 times and highest 28 times.   They have thrown the ball 161 times and rushed it 159.   Such great balance.  

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  6. 16 hours ago, varjet said:

    The Steelers, a team that knows how to draft, took Anthony McFarland from MD a few picks after Perine.  Before Morgan and Clark by the Jets.

    JD's picks have not been perfect and beyond criticism.

    He also traded down in the second round, away from picking Chase Claypool.  

    I agree 100% about McFarland.  I thought he was really good value where he went.   McFarland has much better speed and acceleration than Perine.   I guess we’ll see how this plays out.  

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  7. 2 minutes ago, JiF said:

    I've said it a few times now but this is really the most appropriate thread for this take:

    This is the worst NFL Football team I've ever seen take the field.  No joke, not being hyperbolic, it's legit.  This is the worst team I've ever seen take the field in the NFL.  All the historic sh*tty teams, 1 win Jets, Browns, Fins, winless Lions - all beat this team no questions asked. 

    Take the 1 loss Texans and Falcons, if they played the Jets right now they both would be at least 10 point favorites over the Jets.  The  only 1 loss teams that would be less than a 7 point favorite would be Washington and Giants.  

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  8. 6 minutes ago, Scott Dierking said:

    Would really want to take a look at Justin Fields this Fall. If he shows he looks like a true NFL QB, in the mold of the era, you may have to listen to an offer.

    Say, if the #2 team wanted Lawrence badly, and you could get 2021 overall 2nd, 2021 2nd round, 2021 3rd round, 2022 1st round, 2023 1st round, I would have to listen.

    Probably no, but for a king's ransom, I have to listen

    Arthur Blank will trade anything necessary to get Trevor.   If the Falcons finish with the 2nd pick, you could get a really good deal to swap picks with them.  

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  9. Here’s something for the conspiracy theorists who think Trevor could return to Clemson next year and snub the Jets.   In Saturday’s rout against Georgia Tech this past Saturday Dabo didn’t play DJ Uiagalelei, the heir apparent to Trevor next year.  Now you may say, no bid deal they wanted to give the other guys some reps.  BUT, when you realize that Saturday was Clemson’s 5th game of the season and if DJ played in it he would not be able to redshirt, you can play in 4 games and still declare a redshirt year.   We’ll see next week against Syracuse if DJ plays as Clemson should have that game under control in the 2nd quarter.   Something to follow for the Trevor could snub the Jets crowd.  

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