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Year 2 Sam Darnold (age 22) vs Year 5 Tannehill (age 28)

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Are expectations too high for Darnold? Do you really think the QB (right now) Gase is inhereting is an upgrade over the one he inherited in Miami?

Before injuries Tannehill was probably the 18th best QB in the NFL. I think that ranking is probably a safe bet for Darnold in 2019.

Jets fans are setting expectations way too high for this kid too soon. 

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3 minutes ago, WayneChrebet80 said:

Are expectations too high for Darnold? Do you really think the QB (right now) Gase is inhereting is an upgrade over the one he inherited in Miami?

LOL

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2 minutes ago, nico002 said:

Darnold is already a significantly bette player than Tannehill. That was obvious when they played week 2...

Gase inherited a QB who put up pretty solid numbers in 2015. Ill reserve judgement on Darnold until I see him produce for a full season. 

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5 minutes ago, WayneChrebet80 said:

Are expectations too high for Darnold? Do you really think the QB (right now) Gase is inhereting is an upgrade over the one he inherited in Miami?

Before injuries Tannehill was probably the 18th best QB in the NFL. I think that ranking is probably a safe bet for Darnold in 2019.

Jets fans are setting expectations way too high for this kid too soon. 

Tannehill wife is hotter

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3 minutes ago, WayneChrebet80 said:

Gase inherited a QB who put up pretty solid numbers in 2015. Ill reserve judgement on Darnold until I see him produce for a full season. 

I don’t care about your opinion.

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It’s going to be a long off season....the madness will set in, make sure you are fully stocked in popcorn.

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6 minutes ago, nico002 said:

I don’t care about your opinion.

Kinder and gentler Nico, for the love of God.

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"Do you really think the QB (right now) Gase is inhereting is an upgrade over the one he inherited in Miami?"

YES!

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24 minutes ago, WayneChrebet80 said:

Before injuries Tannehill was probably the 18th best QB in the NFL.

I was thinking likely the 19th best but I guess that's splitting hairs 

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I just think everyone is being unrealistic. Year 4 Tannehill was similar to Year 2 Goff. Id sign up for that. 

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19 minutes ago, CTM said:

I was thinking likely the 19th best but I guess that's splitting hairs 

Tough grader this one

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42 minutes ago, The Crusher said:

Tannehill wife is hotter

I like her. 

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Sam can take it

After the rose bowl he was referred to as the savior, and the chuck Norris memes began and suck for Sam was rampant

There is a lot of work to do on the roster, but I'm not worried about Sam lol

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25 minutes ago, WayneChrebet80 said:

I just think everyone is being unrealistic. Year 4 Tannehill was similar to Year 2 Goff. Id sign up for that. 

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Tannehill, Year 4:

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efficiency is why Goff’s QBR for the year was 100.5 and why Tannehill’s was 88.7. Darnold will still have hiccups in year 2 and I suggest no one freak out when he does and say “HE SHOULDNT BE DOING THAT, HES NOT A ROOKIE ANYMORE!” but I do think that, yes, Darnold will be more efficient with the ball than Ryan Tannehill in year 4. Darnold is more of a gun slinger than Goff and Tannehill and should wind up with more TD’s. 31 TD’s and 11 Interceptions sound about right to you?

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1 hour ago, HelenOfTroy said:

It’s going to be a long off season....the madness will set in, make sure you are fully stocked in popcorn.

I am hearing a lot of commentators on sports TV saying flat out that Jet fans are morons.  And it is not just Beningo and Roberts.  Frankly it is embarassing. I suspect they are half right.

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1 hour ago, WayneChrebet80 said:

Are expectations too high for Darnold? Do you really think the QB (right now) Gase is inhereting is an upgrade over the one he inherited in Miami?

Before injuries Tannehill was probably the 18th best QB in the NFL. I think that ranking is probably a safe bet for Darnold in 2019.

Jets fans are setting expectations way too high for this kid too soon. 

You are on ******* drugs, bro. 

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1 hour ago, WayneChrebet80 said:

Gase inherited a QB who put up pretty solid numbers in 2015. Ill reserve judgement on Darnold until I see him produce for a full season. 

Well if that's your criteria, Gase is also inheriting McCown...

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28 minutes ago, Patriot Killa said:

Goff, Year 2:C5F678E8-50AC-4FBC-A8B9-8D1EF37919DB.thumb.jpeg.b9f8ceddfe47b0e324d62a8035d10e14.jpeg

 

Tannehill, Year 4:

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efficiency is why Goff’s QBR for the year was 100.5 and why Tannehill’s was 88.7. Darnold will still have hiccups in year 2 and I suggest no one freak out when he does and say “HE SHOULDNT BE DOING THAT, HES NOT A ROOKIE ANYMORE!” but I do think that, yes, Darnold will be more efficient with the ball than Ryan Tannehill in year 4. Darnold is more of a gun slinger than Goff and Tannehill and should wind up with more TD’s. 31 TD’s and 11 Interceptions sound about right to you?

Love to see that, but I think we'd need a big upgrade in offensive personnel. He can throw it, but he can't block for himself and then go catch it.

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1 minute ago, 14 in Green said:

Love to see that, but I think we'd nee a big upgrade in offensive personnel. He can throw it, but he can't block for himself and then go catch it.

It’s a very big offseason for us. Finally about to come to the finish line on coaching hires and that was only phase one. I’m already feeling better about Gase and if we come away with Gregg Williams then I’d say we finished in the coaching category pretty well. Next phase is FA and to address your point — we need to nail it. OT Ja’Waun James would be good, Bell, Adam Humphries, OLB, etc will do just fine. There are also several young OL options to choose from. Even if they aren’t starters, we still need the depth. 

So if we can come away with at least some of that..I think that sets up a hopeful season for 2019. Draft needs to be nailed as well but we’ll cross that road when we get there. Still a lot of time left until April.

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1 hour ago, Patriot Killa said:

Darnold was a better QB than Tannehill when he was an 18 year old freshman in the Rose Bowl. 

Stop it 5!

Still here? Good!

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15 minutes ago, jack48 said:

I am hearing a lot of commentators on sports TV saying flat out that Jet fans are morons.  And it is not just Beningo and Roberts.  Frankly it is embarassing. I suspect they are half right.

Yeah, yeah, yeah.  The L.A. media along with boosters, alums and fans were going bat-sh*t crazy when Pete Carroll was hired at USC. Faxes, e-mails, phone calls all the way to the president and Heritage Hall, monied alums threatening to pull money and support.

they sure looked stupid mid season of his second year. 

The only guys who pushed for Pete to be hired, were SC guys who actually played for him.....Ronnie Lott, Willie McGinest and Tim McDonald.

Gase was championed by none other than Peyton Freakin’ Manning.

Have some faith.

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4 minutes ago, HelenOfTroy said:

Yeah, yeah, yeah.  The L.A. media along with boosters, alums and fans were going bat-sh*t crazy when Pete Carroll was hired at USC. Faxes, e-mails, phone calls all the way to the president and Heritage Hall, monied alums threatening to pull money and support.

they sure looked stupid mid season of his second year. 

The only guys who pushed for Pete to be hired, were SC guys who actually played for him.....Ronnie Lott, Willie McGinest and Tim McDonald.

Gase was championed by none other than Peyton Freakin’ Manning.

Have some faith.

Peyton reccomended Gase to Miami. How did that work out?

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15 minutes ago, WayneChrebet80 said:

Peyton reccomended Gase to Miami. How did that work out?

Bet Gase thinks he has a better QB to coach in NY...so does Peyton Manning. 

 

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1 hour ago, HelenOfTroy said:

Yeah, yeah, yeah.  The L.A. media along with boosters, alums and fans were going bat-sh*t crazy when Pete Carroll was hired at USC. Faxes, e-mails, phone calls all the way to the president and Heritage Hall, monied alums threatening to pull money and support.

they sure looked stupid mid season of his second year. 

The only guys who pushed for Pete to be hired, were SC guys who actually played for him.....Ronnie Lott, Willie McGinest and Tim McDonald.

Gase was championed by none other than Peyton Freakin’ Manning.

Have some faith.

Exactly.  And Elway, Martz and John Fox are not slouch recommendations, either.  But why should direct football experience get int he way of a narrative, eh?

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1 hour ago, WayneChrebet80 said:

Peyton reccomended Gase to Miami. How did that work out?

Should Gase have won 3 Super Bowls with Tannehill or 2?

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3 hours ago, jack48 said:

Exactly.  And Elway, Martz and John Fox are not slouch recommendations, either.  But why should direct football experience get int he way of a narrative, eh?

Joe Namath too.

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