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About Marky Mark Sanchez

  • Birthday 09/02/1983
  1. Faneca's release, Gholston's restructuring, Leon's trade, Taylor and BT's impending release next year, TRich will be gone next year, and Woody may be replaced by then as well. We are going to make this work. Unlike most teams we really don't have any high salary low production players anymore. If Braylon and Holmes work out I think we could keep both of them. In 2011 we will have Ellis, Mangold, Pool, Edwards, Harris, Cromartie, and Holmes to deal with. In 2012 we've got DBrick and Leonhard. It's not that bad, as of now we have something like 110 plus million on the roster, and many of the players I first mentioned at the top will not be returning. DBrick's restructuring will be big because he is going to hit the cap in 2011 for 12.5. If he alone is extended and restructured it could make room for Cromartie. There is another fourty that could be applied to keeping Harris, Mangold, Holmes, Edwards, Revis, Ellis and Pool. That fourty comes from the absence of salary for players whose contracts will be up. The 2011 cap should be something like 130 give or take. Believe it or not this team is built for the long haul. I see future room for draft prospects to replace vets on the DLine and at the safety position should Pool or Leonhard demand too much. We can infuse new young talent on the offensive line, and there isn't too much invested at the running back position. The reason so many players haven't been resigned is because they haven't had to be and no one is sure what the new agreement will entail. Many expected quaterbacks like Brady and Manning to be resigned but that has been put on hold because teams are afraid of a possibly lower cap that could impinge future signings.
  2. I like Thomas and the idea that Rex could turn his game back around by bringing him back to the system that he thrived under. But, he's going to want to start and I don't know if that's going to happen. Pace has earned his spot and as far as I'm concerned is the team's best pass rusher. Taylor is only here for one year really so Thomas is obviously the more attractive of the two. I guess we could rotate the three and move BT back in the depth chart. This could really solidify our pass rush. I expect Taylor and BT to be gone next year as we have eight others who need to be resigned.
  3. I don't know much about Poole, or how Cromartie will play, but anything short of the best pass defense and beating Indy in the playoffs and next year will be a failure. We are going to see a lot of incomplete passes, balls batted down, interceptions and fumbles everywhere, and enough back-breaking sacks to make Goodell enforce all sorts of rules. With the amount of injuries we're going to cause, forget about the Tom Brady rules because they are going to institute the Rex Ryan rules and start packing airbags into quaterback pads. Goodell will insist that two hands was good enough for when we were kids and that it should be good enough now. Brady will simply slap the ground two times and it will be declared a tap-out because ten sacks a game is just unheard of. I expect this team to rack up between four and six sacks per game minnimum. With the addition of Taylor, the every week participation of Pace and Jenkins, and a lockdown secondary it is going to be hard for opposing quaterbacks to do more than eat the ball.
  4. According to him we should stick with one of the worst aging Olinemen on the team, and a pair of running backs who are long in the tooth and coming off injury. Guess what Johnny, we got two of the best twenty receivers (Holmes is top ten), a starting Olinemen, our future fullback for the next decade (which is very important to a good running game), an excellent cornerback who some graded as the drafts' best, and a solid backup runningback. I guess we should have kept Leon, Faneca, and our original draft picks so that in a year we could release half of our best players and still lose Leon and Faneca without replacements. Meanwhile next year we will also be looking for a starting OLB, DE and a Tackle/Guard. I predict that we will hit with all our picks and trades, and I only hope that we will be able to keep this team together for years to come. Keeping Holmes and Edwards will be tricky if Edwards thinks he deserves ten million a season; six would be more than fair for a still inconsistent dropper with offfield issues.
  5. This guy is sooo immature. Being undrafted doesn't mean teams didn't want him, their offers are proof of that. It's only seven rounds and he is an idiot. This would be like applying to Harvard, which is hypothetically your dream school and then getting wait listed and going to state school even though Harvard extended you an offer a month after wait-listing you. He was obviously willing to forgo his college football career for the pros and after a reaction like this he will never make it onto an NFL roster since words out. Myron Rolle fell to the bottom of the sixth round because his love for football was questioned. There is no way anyone takes him now. It's a great economy to be turning down six figure jobs with great benefits too. Well done idiot!
  6. Faneca suffered from the age, high salary and declining skills. He did his thing playing well and mentoring Brick and Mangold, he's gone. Leon wanted too much money for a RB2, recovering from serious injury, and didn't progress the way many of us would have liked. Both suffered from a trifecta of issues, and to keep the guys we have to, dropping cap is a big deal. It's a plus that we are getting younger at the same time. But if you want to hold on to guys like Revis, Mangold, Harris, Cromartie, Edwards, Holmes... some guys are going to have to go. Don't be surprised to see guys like BT, Woody and VG on the wire after next year. So long Leon and Alan
  7. Originally Posted by gangreenman We might get one of those guys at 61... Who knows? I wouldnt be against us trading up for a DE at this point... So long as we still have a pick or two left over to draft an OL for depth and grooming purposes. Preferably, I'd like to be able to keep our 4th to get that O-Lineman. Maybe # 61, Bryan Thomas and a 2011 5th to move up 10 or 12 spots would do it? We will be releasing Faneca in the next week because despite his mentorship it is an uncapped year, he is the weakest link, and no one will take his contract. I like the fourth round for his replacement unless Ryan and co. have someone special in mind on day two. I expect us to trade up in the second because there is just so much value in the first twenty picks. a later rounder next year and Thomas should be enough for a dozen pick jump, which is what I am hoping for. It will be DL in the second and OL in the fourth. I have a feeling Ryan has been had the Indy game looping on the old VCR for months. Now that we've addressed the secondary, it's time to take care of the DL. When Ellis was hurt, he was still our best option with one good arm; ridiculous. He got to the quaterback and the ball carrier at least a couple of times and couldn't take 'em down. Just too painful to watch. We have enough OLBs and there is no way we resign BT. With Taylor holding down the spot his days are already numbered. I can only see Leon leaving if an opportunity to take Gerhart in equal exchange presented itself and since I expect the Pats to pull him off the board long before then I'm not holding my breath. And on a final note I would like to address the "VG situation". With rumors of him putting on weight for DE and Rex's generosity I expect as most do that this is his year to make it or break it. Either way I am sure he is more than greatful and if he can contribute in just the smallest of ways and prove some worth to the team I expect his contract will be extended in order to lower the cap hit of his remaining years, and stay with the team. The cap hit for future years if he were to be released would be terrible and that is why he remains a Jet to this point. Things are unclear with this being an uncapped year but just because we wouldn't have to bare the burden now doesn't mean we wouldn't in the future.
  8. The Patriots did well to gain picks but McCourty was unnecessary and will likely not see the field. I give it a B-. The Fins should've drafted a corner like Wilson he will be great. Odrick may have a motor but projecting from a 4-3 to a 3-4 can be tough plus I've heard he can have problems fighting off two linemen at the same time so forget about NT. This is a team that needs to win now and I see Odrick as a guy that may need a season or two to find his place. They should've made a move for a CB or an OLB. Their pass rush is laughable and no one is scared to throw in Vontae Davis' direction. Although I like Odrick the pick receives a C- grade because they will not be any better this year and first round picks are supposed to be impact players (unless they are named Tim Tebow of course) The Bills certainly have more pressing needs, but I see big things for CJ. He was a great value as a potential top 5 or 6 pick. Here is a team that hasn't had a big play threat in forever so I respect the chance they are taking. They are rebuilding and I wouldn't be surprised to see them move Jackson if they can. I give it an A- because it may not pay immediate dividends but he could be a household name soon enough. Wilson was an excellent value at 29. He is aggressive off the line and shows excellent instincts in coverage. Can't wait to see him lineup with Welker if he's ever healthy again. Don't forget the Peyton threw well to Garcon and Collie, with Wayne on Revis island so we need a third corner. He could be our number two and is great insurance if Cromartie can't return to form. BAP. My grade is A. Looking toward the next two rounds tonight there are a lot of talented players left and the Pats have three picks. I hope they miss out on Gronkowski, Tate, Benn and Gerhart, or that they select their 2010 Chad Jackson. This is a team in desperate need of skill players. Clearly Bill thinks there's value in the second round. Look for them to pick up an HBack and a WR/TE. I hope they choak.
  9. They will definitely get better and they will have to because Peyton made us look silly. If Sanchez can mature quickly and find his stride in the passing game we could really open things up and make the Colts' secondary look just as terrible. I have a hard time imagining teams defending Cotchery with their number three corner, safety help, or linebacker. We have homerun threats and guys who can tare it up at the line of scrimmage so good luck opposing defensive coordinators because the only defense that could challenge this offense is ours.
  10. Not just are they not good, they are a terrible drafting team. I can't wait to play them because when our secondary takes away their receivers their offense will be going nowhere. I thought the Bills pick was really great. Spiller is a playmaker, and the Pats should have traded up to take him or at least Mathews or Best. The Bills have too many backs but still a great talent. I am not scared of any of the other AFC East teams.
  11. I love the Cromartie trade but what if he declines further? Then we're back where we started before Lito, so this had to be done. I love the pick and think he could challenge for that second coverage. Ryan's blitz schemes rely upon solid coverage, which allows more linebackers to blitz. If we didn't have Holmes I would say go with Bryant. Ryan was obviously not too high on Kindle and with Taylor he won't see the field at all next year. Odrick might have been the pick had the Dolphins not traded back into the pick before ours, but this makes a lot of sense. Wilson can break on the ball, read the run and wrap up the ball carrier, and best of all he gets physical at the line of scrimmage. Great pick!
  12. What they say can sometimes be an inflated truth or a diversionary tactic. Coaches and scouts will sometimes avoid the player(s) they really covet. When I've done mock drafts, most of the time the best available player is a cornerback, which is not a first round need. Of course anything can happen, but if that's the case I hope we trade down; maybe swap our first for clevelands' second and a third next yr, which would allow them to take McCoy.
  13. We are now set at most positions but have some places where we need to improve. DE, S, and LG are priorities. I don't believe Faneca will be around much longer and if Slausen isn't our guy then Iupati has to be considered. We will not trade up for Berry but Earl Thomas maybe. If Odrick falls to us that would be great, however we may have to trade up before Baltimore to secure him. CB depth is important but not a first round pick, perhaps a mid-rounder. No matter how you cut it we have to trade up. We don't have much trade bait so it will likeley be a late rounder from next year and/or a combination of players like Washington, BT, or Faneca. Here is the likelihood of each possible move: Earl Thomas- I don't see this happening simply because I don't imagine Rex values this position that much. With Leonhard and Poole it isn't a glaring need but could be addressed in the second round. 10% chance it happens Mike Iupati- Faneca is just too expensive and old, and I think there is a real chance this could happen. It wouldn't cost as much as Earl Thomas would. 30% chance it happens Jared Odrick- This is a position of need and value in Ryan's system. Perhaps he sees his next Ngata in Odrick, but this makes the most sense. Recent draft boards suggest he may not be available to us with Baltimore and New England picking before us. We would have to move up to an early twenties pick to make it happen. It could be our plan to move up to Green Bay or Phili's pick with the hopes of drafting either Odrick or Iupati; one of which should be there at that point. 40% chance it happens 20% chance we stand pat or trade down In recent past the Jets have demonstrated that they aren't afraid to go after the best player at a position despite draft order. We moved up for Sanchez, Keller, Mangold, Greene and I fully expect some action come Thursday.
  14. Even if we had the assanine plan of releasing three starters with only five picks, why would we announce said plans before making any deals? This totally undercuts any attempt to move these players for anything more than sixth round pick. Tanny is too good of a businessman to let this sort of thing happen. Faneca makes sense at his salary. Perhaps we can package him and our first to move up and select Iupati. That would be great. Ellis makes no sense, he is on his last year and can still contribute as a premiere starter; provided of course his arm isn't wrapped up like a club. It was seriously hard to watch him not make a tackle because he was playing with only one arm. Even BT doesn't make sense. If we cut him after this year we don't lose anything; no cap penalty nothing. This only makes sense if we draft OLB in the first round and either keep Faneca or believe enough in Slausen to let him take over. I think the real logic behind these moves is to free up cap space, which we will desperately need. As Tanny looks to the future we need to resign all to most of Harris, Revis, Edwards, Holmes, Cromartie and Mangold by 2012. Faneca and BT should both be replaced by then as well. So I can imagine how much of a problem this will be. In short, depending on the Jets' view of Slausen I can imagine one to two of these guys being gone, but definitely not Ellis.
  15. At outside linebacker he offers very little. I applaud his efforts to move to DE. If he can occupy blockers and assume the skills that made him successfull when he was coming off the line in college then this could allow our defense to dominate on another level. I assume we will be drafting either DE or OLB in the first round, and if Gholston can play DE opposite Ellis then we may be on the brink of greatness. I could see this D keeping opponents under two hundred total yards and 14 points a game. If Gholston only offers depth with signs of improvement this would be great moving forward. There is too much age on the line.
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