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Interesting vid to help us ponder the impact of Bell this season. I'm looking forward to seeing a truly dynamic player with his ability this season. The fact that he can actually pass block on top of everything is just stupendous! 

Oh... Have we hired a GM yet???? 

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Beerfish said:

The guy is a great runner and a great receiver.  If this guy does not fit into any offence it is because the coaches game plan stinks.

I watched a vid today about the 2018 Jets offensive predictability. It was something like from the shotgun we passed 80% and under center passed something like 20%. So the defenses could make a very realistic assumption on what the play was going to be just by where Darnold stood. The fact that Sam had the last 4 games he did with that predictability and no real receiver outside of Anderson out there was nothing short of amazing. Adding Bell who can literally be on the field for all 3 downs, removes some of the predictability all by itself.  Even Montgomery can pretty much do the same thing. We have a real chance to be able to catch Defenses off guard with the additions of Bell and Montgomery.  If Gase is worth a damn we could be pretty effective this season. 

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These two clowns get paid for this??

They sing the praises of LeVeon Bell's skill sets, production and talent, then say that none of it really matters.  I say Bullsh*t.  Then they say that Kareem Hunt's removal from the  KC offense affected the effectiveness of that offense.  What?

Guess they didn't watch any Steeler games last year.  Yes, the numbers put up by James Conner were similar.  No, the team was not as good.  No, they did not make the playoffs.

LeVeon Bell will make the Jets offense a much more potent, balanced, and diverse attack this year.  Adam Gase will utilize his skill sets to their maximum effect.  Bet on it...

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I still can't believe a RB as good as Bell is in our backfield. And we didn't have to give up picks for him either like we did with Curtis Martin.

How often in the History of this league has a top 3 RB in the entire league changed teams at 27 years old?

This could be our Riggins moment in reverse. Riggins was a huge factor in the Redskins winning a Super Bowl. 

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Thank you for posting this great video.  

The plain fact is that the RB position is just not as important as it once was in previous eras.  It is not  Obviously Jim Brown today would not be the impact player he clearly and deservedly was in the 1960’s   

With that said Bell on the Jets makes a huge difference because we are neither KC or the Steelers.  Both of those teams were loaded with offensive talent. LOADED!

The Jets had arguably towards the end of last season, as a result of injuries, the worst set of skill players in the entire NFL. Couple that with an OL that didn’t have a Center who could properly snap the rookie QB the ball for significant stretches last year and the Jets had serious problems on offense.  And this doesn’t even include the horrific predictability that the Jets offense displayed all season long as was pointed out above. 

So maybe removing HOF talent may not effect the Steelers “all that much”though they didn’t make the playoffs!!!! Which is a big deal because statistics aren’t the reason why the games are played but winning is ....,

So.....

You can bet your last dollar that as long as Bell stays healthy and plays up to his historic levels there is no way on earth that he doesn’t immediately and dramatically impact and improve the Jets entire team!!

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2 hours ago, Jetster said:

I still can't believe a RB as good as Bell is in our backfield. And we didn't have to give up picks for him either like we did with Curtis Martin.

How often in the History of this league has a top 3 RB in the entire league changed teams at 27 years old?

This could be our Riggins moment in reverse. Riggins was a huge factor in the Redskins winning a Super Bowl. 

Bell was such a great get for the Jets.  He should give Sam and Herndon (another key piece) time and space to grow. I'm getting more optimistic every day. Playoffs baby!

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9 hours ago, joenamathwouldn'tcry said:

These two clowns get paid for this??

They sing the praises of LeVeon Bell's skill sets, production and talent, then say that none of it really matters.  I say Bullsh*t.  Then they say that Kareem Hunt's removal from the  KC offense affected the effectiveness of that offense.  What?

Guess they didn't watch any Steeler games last year.  Yes, the numbers put up by James Conner were similar.  No, the team was not as good.  No, they did not make the playoffs.

LeVeon Bell will make the Jets offense a much more potent, balanced, and diverse attack this year.  Adam Gase will utilize his skill sets to their maximum effect.  Bet on it...

They talked out both sides of their mouth.  The Steelers were no different without Bell?  GTFO.  lmfao.  Big Ben almost attempted 700 passes, do you think that's how the Steelers wanted to attack a defense?  Connor did his damage in 5 games, was meh all the rest.  Fell off toward the end of the year (had crucial drops and missed blocking assignments that cost them games) and then got injured...but yeah, the Steelers were no different without Bell.   11, 10, 11, 13 - the win total with Bell.  The following year without Bell, 9 wins but yeah, there is nothing that would indicate the Steelers missed Bell.

Trying to act like James Connor is the same player as Le'Veon Bell is the definition of ******* moronic and when PFF really shows its true colors. Stupid. 

 

 

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4 minutes ago, JiF said:

They talked out both sides of their mouth.  The Steelers were no different without Bell?  GTFO.  lmfao.  Big Ben almost attempted 700 passes, do you think that's how the Steelers wanted to attack a defense?  Connor did his damage in 5 games, was meh all the rest.  Fell off toward the end of the year (had crucial drops and missed blocking assignments that cost them games) and then got injured...but yeah, the Steelers were no different without Bell.   11, 10, 11, 13 - the win total with Bell.  The following year without Bell, 9 wins but yeah, there is nothing that would indicate the Steelers missed Bell.

Trying to act like James Connor is the same player as Le'Veon Bell is the definition of ******* moronic and when PFF really shows its true colors. Stupid. 

 

 

Did any team the Steelers played last year actually game plan for James Connor?  No further questions your honor.?

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