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  1. The “time to throw” stat factors in scramble and roll out time, so while Sam was pressured on a high percentage of drop backs, he was able to evade and “buy time” to get rid of the ball.
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    Mock Offseason

    Not sure how you can sign Beachum, Poole and Maulet and still have $58 million in cap space when the Jets only have around $49 million to begin with.
  3. Those things most certainly are factored into the equation. The basics of the compensatory system Again, all the material in this section is summarized from an OverTheCap article on the topic, or in some cases, from their original source. 1. To qualify for compensatory picks, you need to lose more (or better) free agents than you sign from other teams There are some detailed exceptions to these rules, but they are not really important to this summary. 2. Each qualifying free agent must be assigned a value based on his contract, playing time and postseason honors, and that value corresponds to a round in the draft. Start with the actual APY of the contract signed. Subtract from the actual APY any money that the compensatory formula does not count. It has been determined that workout bonuses, incentives, and salary escalators are the most common money figures that the compensatory formula does not count. Adjust the APY by applying a coefficient based upon the percentage of offensive or defensive snaps the player took in his first year under the contract. Apply a positive coefficient to each UFA that obtained postseason honors 3. Once an adjusted APY has been determined, each UFA is given a value that either (i) assigns him as a CFA to a particular round ranging from the 3rd to the 7th, or (ii) does not qualify him as a CFA at all The system for doing this is quite complex, but you don’t really have to understand it. OverTheCap publishes a cancellation chart on which they show their projected value for every free agent who changes teams in an off season. At any given point in the free agency period, you can click to this chart and see the status of any NFL team you are interested in. 4. Finally, once each team’s list of CFAs lost and gained are determined and valued, one-to-one cancellations are applied. Cancellations work as follows: A CFA gained by a team cancels out the highest-valued available CFA lost that has the same round valuation of the CFA gained. If there is no available CFA lost in the same round as the CFA gained, the CFA gained will instead cancel out the highest-available CFA lost with a lower round value. A CFA gained will only cancel out a CFA lost with a higher draft order if there are no other CFAs lost available to cancel out. Any team that has more CFAs lost than CFAs gained will then be eligible for compensatory picks for the CFAs lost that were not cancelled out by CFAs gained.
  4. If the Jets go OT at 11, this should be the pick at 48.
  5. Agreed. It would be the same scenario as if the Jets sign Beachum, really doesn’t change the need for additional O-line help.
  6. At this point I would much rather have that $15 million in cap space than Bell.
  7. That’s the FA WR I’m most interested in. I’d also kick the tires on Cody Latimer.
  8. Damn, we have very similar taste...Lol. Aside from Tee and Thomas, I also really love Akers and Pittman.
  9. 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.
  10. I wish I could find those threads about wanting to trade for Khalil Mack. That would be a fun necro.
  11. 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.
  12. 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.
  13. 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.
  14. Sure, but imagine if the Jets traded for Mack like so many wanted to. What a s**ty situation they would be in right now. Are there any people around here who were so into trading for Mack, that think it would have been a good deal now?
  15. Imagine IF the Jets traded for Mack, we would be sitting here with no first round or 3rd round pick this year. What a foolish trade by Chicago. Giving up that much draft capital is a disaster unless you’re targeting a QB, no other position on the field is worth it.
  16. 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.
  17. It hasn’t. You’re the one who sounds foolish. Have at it.
  18. Right. Have you stopped crying because Joe Douglas hasn’t reached out to you and told you his plans? Or are you still crawled up in the fetal position sucking yours thumb until he does?
  19. 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.
  20. Only his freshman year I believe.

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