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**** OFFICIAL 2016 DRAFT: Round 1 discussion ****

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2 minutes ago, prime21 said:

New England trades up to 17 in front of Buffalo and NY and picks Darren Lee. 

"**** we had him"

"Cheaters always win"

"Would have been great for us, we need a LB who can cover"

Don't forget " New England just won the division - again"

Talking heads: " BB just outsmarted the Jets and picked a hybrid LB who is the future defense of the NFL"

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Just now, detectivekimble said:

The NFL Advisory Committee gave a 20 year old kid who has been playing LB for two years a top 15 grade (almost the same as a pre-injury Jaylon Smith).  What does that tell you?

Don't waste your time. Some folks have already made up their mind it is a bad pick so now they have to justify to themselves. 

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I have no opinion on Lee.

Seems like a reach, small, not terribly strong, pass rush specialist possibly too small to do it in the NFL.

But since I have some measure of faith in Bowles and Macc, I just can't rise to oppose the pick tonight.

Guess we'll see.  Given last years draft class was pretty meh, they need to hit on a few picks this year AND get something more substantial from their picks from last year to boot.

Still expect a QB in the midrounds. 

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If the belief is that Petty can truly develop into a solid NFL QB, should we go for one of the top 3 TE in round 2?  

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1 minute ago, GREENBEAN said:

While I feel similarly to you, we are actually grooming a QB in Petty. It could also be said that Geno is also being groomed. Not by me, but it could be said, 

When do they come back from the vet?

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3 minutes ago, adb280z said:

They've also been missing a QB for years.  Do you really see this little LB covering Gronk?  

He's not going to cover him man, but he can sure play underneath, and close on the ball better than anyone we've ever had.

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7 minutes ago, FidelioJet said:

So now. BPA doesn't matter.  It's about stopping one player on one team?

was a panicky. Pick for need.. Classic Jet move. 

So you say. I disagree.  The guy is the best all around linebacker in the draft; sorry he isn't a quarterback.

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4 minutes ago, adb280z said:

They've also been missing a QB for years.  Do you really see this little LB covering Gronk?  

Nope Pryor already does that well.  I see him covering Deion Lewis though.

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Just now, Sperm Edwards said:

When do they come back from the vet?

Tuesday. We will hear more from them then

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19 minutes ago, Pcola said:

So defense for 7 years running.  And now the last decent QB in this draft is gone.  Macc did great last year with an unlimited checkbook and a top 6 pick.

This year, well he has completely mishandled our QB position as well as the Mo Wilk situation.  He better have a plan or we are going to regress quite a bit this year.  With nothing in the future to look forward to.  He should be on the hot seat.

He mishandled last year as well. He overpaid for revis and harris and cro.  He screwed up Mo's legacy on this team.  Geno is STILL on this team.  If not for Fitz, Jets would have been 4-12. But fret not, there's always next year.

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1 minute ago, SpartanJet said:

Not only that as someone who followed the B1G and Ohio State their Defense WAS Bosa.  Lee's opportunities were a product of teams always scheming around Bosa.

And the jets have three guys on the front line teams have to worry about.

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The jets want to play a lot of nickel and you need fast LB's.... the world doesn't revolve around gronk. And the ghoston/maybin stuff is uncalled for

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He will do a better job than anyone on the roster and that is the only one aspect of his game.  He is a true sideline to sideline player who will make our defense even better.  Lynch is a project and we have already in Petty.  

I thought Pryor looked decent matched up against gronk last year

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Just now, NYs Stepchild said:

He's not going to cover him man, but he can sure play underneath, and close on the ball better than anyone we've ever had.

He also a VERY GOOD blitzer and actually has that elite speed off the edge folks have been crying about for years. 

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6 minutes ago, JetBlue said:

I think we take a quarterback later depending on who is on the board.  

I agree....

I just think that the Jets by not panicking are saying Petty may not have been as good as the top two QB prospects but he is almost as good as everyone else in the draft..........

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Just now, bealeb319 said:

I thought Pryor looked decent matched up against gronk last year

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What's better than one Calvin Pryor?

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Just now, Warfish said:

I have no opinion on Lee.

Seems like a reach, small, not terribly strong, pass rush specialist possibly too small to do it in the NFL.

But since I have some measure of faith in Bowles and Macc, I just can't rise to oppose the pick tonight.

Guess we'll see.  Given last years draft class was pretty meh, they need to hit on a few picks this year AND get something more substantial from their picks from last year to boot.

Still expect a QB in the midrounds. 

You realize he's not a pass specialist, right?  Of course you don't.  

Is Bobby Wagner too small to play in the NFL?  Of course he isn't.

Is picking a guy who was given a top 15 grade by the NFL at No. 20 a reach?  Of course it's not.

C'mon, man.

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How come the " best available player " that falls to us is never an offensive player ? Strange is all

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1 minute ago, Warfish said:

I have no opinion on Lee.

Seems like a reach, small, not terribly strong, pass rush specialist possibly too small to do it in the NFL.

But since I have some measure of faith in Bowles and Macc, I just can't rise to oppose the pick tonight.

Guess we'll see.  Given last years draft class was pretty meh, they need to hit on a few picks this year AND get something more substantial from their picks from last year to boot.

Still expect a QB in the midrounds. 

He's going to be used like a Bobby Wagner/Deone Buccanon. Will be MUCH more than a pass rushing specialist in the NFL. I'd like to see QB in the second and a more pure pass rusher in the 3rd. Maybe Noah Spence or the other kid from Georgia.

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2 minutes ago, NYs Stepchild said:

He's not going to cover him man, but he can sure play underneath, and close on the ball better than anyone we've ever had.

He also a VERY GOOD blitzer and actually has that elite speed off the edge folks have been crying about for years. 

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What's up JN, haven't posted in a while, hope all is well with you guys. Just wanted to drop my 2 cents into what went down tonight. I think the Jets went with the "safest" pick. He'll fit real good in Bowles' system, however I find it hard to believe Lee was the highest ranked player left on their board. We all know Macc drafts BAP, so if he was, I'm surprised. But Macc obviously knows a lot more than me and anyone here, so I trust his judgment. He has sideline to sideline speed, which we desperately needed. Looking forward to tomorrow. As always, go Jets. 

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Just now, T0mShane said:

Which one of those guys is the NFL linebacker?

Quit blubbering, for ****s sake.

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2 minutes ago, Colgateman said:

And the jets have three guys on the front line teams have to worry about.

THANK YOU! Not mention Mauldin who also is a handful.  I don't understand why folks are not understanding this. 

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I know there's some people here who don't think highly of Gil Brandt but he had Lee as the 15th best player in the entire f*cking draft! So next year when we're in a tight game & the opposing QB hits the RB with a swing pass that Damario Davis would take a bad angle on but Lee flies in & wraps him up for no gain & we win, please...no clapping.

What the f*ck do any of you know? Like others have said, LBs like Keuckly, Shazier, ect. are 230-240 & making plays all over the field. Jamie Collins has become a stud for the Pats. Lee runs a 4.3! That is smoking! 

The criticism is ridiculous with an entire draft. I'm more pissed that the Fins ended up with maybe the best f*cking tackle in the draft dropping right into their laps. You watch he'll be the offensive Sapp, son of a bitch!

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5 minutes ago, Colgateman said:

If we draft sackenbergsh*t in the second I will lose my ******* mind 

I have zero interest in Cook and Hack. Adding more Petty caliber JAGs is pointless, IMO. 

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2 minutes ago, JETSfaninNE said:

This kid is going to be lined up all over the field, OLB, ILB, S. 

Like bugs bunny...only smaller 

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3 minutes ago, Integrity28 said:

 

I know this is a big night for him and I don't want to be unkind but it looks like he borrowed that suit from my cousin Vinnie.

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