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  1. 7 minutes ago, JiF said:

    I dont see it either but here is another where he fell to me and this is officially, my favorite one so far.  lol


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    Damn, we have very similar taste...Lol.  Aside from Tee and Thomas, I also really love Akers and Pittman.  

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  2. 21 minutes ago, JiF said:

    In the recents one I've done it was basically  OT-Mims or WR-OL.    I figured I'd really wait on this one before going WR.  It's scary but I dont hate it.  

    The best one I've done had Tee at 48 but I just dont see that happening....but this one would make me cream myself even though we're waiting a bit on OL after Thomas


    I did one where Tee was available at 48 as well.  Maybe he gets to the second round, but 48 is wishful thinking.  He’ll probably go 47 because God has a sense of humor at times and I’m sure he would be amused watching me stress out as Tee fell pick by pick in the second round.  

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  3. 15 minutes ago, Jimmy 2 Times said:

    What do we need for that to happen?


    We saw him get open including deep for years. 


    I think we need a few other guys to run really well to push him that far to us. 

    4.6 would be a disaster for Tee, doubtful he runs that slow.   Most likely he’s right around 4.52.  If he runs sub 4.5, he won’t get past Green Bay at 30.  

  4. 22 minutes ago, Jimmy 2 Times said:


    To be fair, Chicago thought they had their QB when they traded for Mack.  And Mack's first year in Chicago, Mitch looked like he could be something to build around.  At the very least, he looked a lot better than I thought he would. 


    Would've been a horrible trade for us though. 


    That was more of my point,  I can almost see why Chicago did it, but what a disaster that would have been for the Jets.  

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  5. 17 minutes ago, Lith said:

    And this is why it could be disaster to wait until R3 and R4 to address WR.  The top, immediate impact guys will be gone.  As will some of the tier 2/3 guys -- likely Shenault and Reagor will be gone by the time we are on the board in 3.  Maybe a couple of other guys too.  We will be looking at talented developmental players or safe high floor low ceiling prospects.

    We need to invest early in WR.  If not at 11, then at 48.  I usually get killed for saying this, but a trade up from 48 should be in play in R2, depending on how the draft falls.  If we need to give up a 4 to move up 4 or 5 spots to get a first tier guy that we really like, then should be a possibility.

    Agree 1000000000%.  If it’s OT at 11, then 48 NEEDS to be a WR.   I wouldn’t object if they flipped one of the 3rd round picks to move up from 48.  I would prefer higher quality in the second over quantity.  

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  6. 10 minutes ago, jetstream23 said:

    I agree, but mocks are interesting right now.   I was seeing Tee Higgins fairly consistently going as the 4th WR after Jeudy, Lamb, Ruggs in most mocks, right around the Shenault area late in Round 1.  Now he's somewhere either ahead or even behind guys like Justin Jefferson, Jalen Reagor, Brandon Ayuik, etc.  I think he could be as high as a Top 20 pick or as low as #47 (knowing our luck!!!)

    I think recently a lot of receivers get too much hype and are slotted and mocked way higher than they actually go.  Last year was a perfect example of this.   This years depth and quality is different, but I still think there are too many guys with first round hype right now.  Are 6 WRs going to go in the first?  That seems like a lot.  

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  7. 1 minute ago, Matt39 said:

    Has nothing to do with that. The level of sophistication the Jets process appears to be on the football side of things just leaves a lot to be desired. I was hoping Douglas would improve/build it and put the Jets on par with orgs like Seattle, Baltimore and Philly. Just doesnt seem to be happening. But hey, maybe he's a draft wizard and things work themselves out.

    You have no f**king idea what goes on behind closed doors.  None.  Stop pretending like you have a clue about what Douglas is putting in place.  Honestly, you seem like a little child with this.  

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  8. 2 minutes ago, Matt39 said:

    Communicate, be a presence. This behind the scenes shy guy routine that Maccagnan played us all on is concerning. That's all. He also took the Jets job, which most of the "in-demand" GM's have just turned down interviews. There's good reason to be skeptical.

    Be a presence how?  Again, what do you want him to say?  You sound like you just want Joe to come out and give you a hug and tell you everything will be OK. Lol..

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  9. Just now, section314 said:

    Would love it. I don't remember Al Toon being a 4.4 type of guy, but he got open all the time and caught everything.

    True. A.J. Green ran 4.5 at his combine.  Tee is so much like A.J was coming out of college.  

  10. Just now, Matt39 said:

    Do you get the impression anything has really changed? The new President is an internal hire. Football side is still cloak and dagger other than Gase occasionally going off script. Nothing about the processes, scouting, analytics has been communicated. Just more "football guys" doing "football things" and Joe wants to build the o-line. Great. Anyone can say that.

    What exactly do you want Joe to say?  

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  11. 1 minute ago, section314 said:

    Think about this......there's only about 5-6 teams that could draft Tee that have a better QB than who he currently is playing with.😎

    He won’t be a Jet, I know this, but I have irrational hope that he will be.  

  12. So I’m hearing my boy Tee Higgins isn’t going to run well at the combine, at least nothing eye opening.  Will be interesting to see.  He could get pushed into the top of the 2nd, could he be there at 48?  I’d say unlikely, but boy it would be nice if he fell there.   

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  13. 59 minutes ago, Lith said:

    Maybe Smith can replace Robby.  But his body of work is not large enough to assume he can.  If Robby walks in FA, we will need to sign another WR.  Can't assume two rookie WRs from the draft will both have immediate impact and you can't assume that Vyncint Smith will suddenly emerge as a complete WR in year 3.  Too risky. 

    2 seasons into his career, Smith has 22 receptions, 300 yards and 1TD.  After 2 seasons Robby had over 100 receptions, 1,500 yards and 9 TDs. Way too early to assume Smith can replace Robby.

    I like the kid and hope he will develop into a complete WR someday.  But I don't see how they can assume that he is anything more than a 4th or 5th WR heading into the season.

    Agreed.  Smith hasn’t shown nearly enough to make that leap of faith.  Depending on other FA signings and the draft, I wouldn’t even say Smith is a lock to make the 53 man.  

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