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On 9/17/2017 at 6:19 PM, Dcronin said:

Is a Gholston-level, full-on bust.

At least, he is if he's used the way Bowles is using him. See him on that Patterson TD? Wow.

So, if we have a god-awful, minor-league D, and a complete, non-pro dysfunctional O, how many years of rebuilding are we looking at?

At least 2 more, right? Oh so painful.

DC

More than two and the "re-builders" don't know a hammer from a saw.

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On 9/17/2017 at 7:21 PM, Smashmouth said:

Exactly

he was completely out of position on one play they did a slow mo replay on (of course it was a raiders run play).  lee was at least 2 yards away from the hole when it opened. he didn't follow the back and there was just about no way a hole would've opened where he was playing.  imo he's not too small but he certainly seems to have issues playing the position.

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i am going to defend Lee. 

Lee seems to want to be good. He flashes. He flashes speed, power and form tackling. Just not consistently.

This player can get better. And he should. However, He needs his NT to keep the trash off of him. Or he needs to play OLB.

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8 minutes ago, Spoot-Face said:

If only Bowles was smart enough to scheme for Lee to be unblocked every single play. SMDH.

#CoachingFailure

Connor's next gif was one showing Lee not knowing where he was going during a pass play, but eventually chasing a receiver toward the sideline. His caption was something to the effect of "this type of speed can't be taught"

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8 minutes ago, T0mShane said:

 

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"Man it's like deja vu all over again. Totally sober, wasn't doing anything wrong. Then from out of nowhere some 265-pound guy wearing a mask and a black shirt runs up to me, pancakes me, and after I withstood the blows I was just happy he decided to spare a young man's life.

Oh, and also just like back in February, he spared my wallet, car keys, and cellphone."

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1 minute ago, Sperm Edwards said:

 

"Man it's like deja vu all over again. Totally sober, wasn't doing anything wrong. Then from out of nowhere some 265-pound guy wearing a mask and a black shirt runs up to me, pancakes me, and after I withstood the blows I was just happy he decided to spare a young man's life.

Oh, and also just like back in February, he spared my wallet, car keys, and cellphone."

Starting to feel like Darron Lee may not be all there.

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24 minutes ago, T0mShane said:

Connor's next gif was one showing Lee not knowing where he was going during a pass play, but eventually chasing a receiver toward the sideline. His caption was something to the effect of "this type of speed can't be taught"

Darron Lee is, like, so fast that not even his brain can keep up with him. And attributes like that just can't be taught.

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8 hours ago, NYDreamer said:

The Jets never learned how to use undersized Jonathan Vilma either when he was here.  As Ray Lucas said on SNY, "Lee should be the one covering the running back out of the backfield on passing, not Demario Davis."

 That's coaching.

Despite Lee's speed he's poor in coverage.  

Wouldn't mind seeing Lee get benched for a series or two if he keeps playing poorly.  Even though want to see young guys like him play and develop, could be worth sending message that he can't get by with crappy play just because he's a 2nd year 1st round pick.  Put in Carter or Stanford for a series or two, send a message (same could go for Davis as well).  

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8 hours ago, NYDreamer said:

The Jets never learned how to use undersized Jonathan Vilma either when he was here.  As Ray Lucas said on SNY, "Lee should be the one covering the running back out of the backfield on passing, not Demario Davis."

 That's coaching.

Vilma never got flipped like a burger every other play like this guy.

He was not huge but always played at his natural weight of 230 and was not a pumped up  195lb man like Lee

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8 hours ago, NYDreamer said:

The Jets never learned how to use undersized Jonathan Vilma either when he was here.  As Ray Lucas said on SNY, "Lee should be the one covering the running back out of the backfield on passing, not Demario Davis."

 That's coaching.

The Jets used Vilma perfectly fine.  It was when Mangini came in and installed the 3-4 that Vilma was facing off against uncovered guards and we had a problem.  Part of that problem was the other square peg Mangini was fitting in a round hole Robertson in front of him.  Those were cover who 4-3 defenders playing out of position. 

Vilma was drafted in 2004.  He was defensive rookie of the year in 2004 and made the pro bowl in 2005.  In 2006 Mangini came and he started looking like sh*t. 

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1 hour ago, Paradis said:

Lee was sh*t pick in the first. Period. If you're gonna draft a LB in the first, they better have balls like King Kong. Luke Keuchly, Jarrad Davis, etc...

an underized guy who's been asked to play ILB?.. are you kidding me brah. 

I'm so happy we drafted Darron Lee over future all-pro Tight End Hunter Henry

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10 hours ago, NYDreamer said:

The Jets never learned how to use undersized Jonathan Vilma either when he was here.  As Ray Lucas said on SNY, "Lee should be the one covering the running back out of the backfield on passing, not Demario Davis."

 That's coaching.

But Vilma was a football player.  Albeit a very limited football player who had to play in a 4-3 and was a fiasco in Mangini's 3-4 but still.  

 

Darron Lee is not a football player. 

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5 hours ago, #27TheDominator said:

The Jets used Vilma perfectly fine.  It was when Mangini came in and installed the 3-4 that Vilma was facing off against uncovered guards and we had a problem.  Part of that problem was the other square peg Mangini was fitting in a round hole Robertson in front of him.  Those were cover who 4-3 defenders playing out of position. 

Vilma was drafted in 2004.  He was defensive rookie of the year in 2004 and made the pro bowl in 2005.  In 2006 Mangini came and he started looking like sh*t. 

Fair Point, I can agree with this.  We will be saying the same thing about Sheldon Richardson who was defensive rookie of the year a few years ago and became a square peg in round hole with Bowles.

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