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1 hour ago, BUM-KNEE said:

Nope no kidding here.

If you haven't even watched him play then you shouldn't have such a low opinion of him. 

I bet if you see some vids of him you will have a different outlook.

Actually I won't  unless he dis his best stuff against top tier college teams which another poster mentioned was not the case. Having a great game against a team like Rutgers (not saying g he played them, just an example) is a lot different than having g a great game against Bama. 

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2 minutes ago, More Cowbell said:

Actually I won't  unless he dis his best stuff against top tier college teams which another poster mentioned was not the case. Having a great game against a team like Rutgers (not saying g he played them, just an example) is a lot different than having g a great game against Bama. 

Fine then. 

Whatever floats your boat chief.  I like the kids chances here.  

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Speaking of QB's:

(Also can someone remind we who we chose with the 3rd we got for him?)

Teddy Bridgewater has made his decision.

Despite visiting the Dolphins on Wednesday night and discussing a chance to become their bridge quarterback, Bridgewater has decided to remain with the Saints as Drew Brees' backup, as first reported by ESPN's Dianna Russini, who added that Bridgewater only would've left New Orleans for Miami for "life-changing money,"which isn't what the Dolphins offered him. 

ESPN's Adam Schefter reported that Bridgewater is getting a one-year, $7.25 million deal that is fully guaranteed. According to CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora, the contract carries a maximum value of $12.5 million through incentives. Those incentives would likely only be activated if an injury to Brees forces the Saints to start Bridgewater.

ESPN's report came moments after Bridgewater sent out two tweets that indicated he'd picked the Saints over the Dolphins. As many have noted, Brees signed with the Saints instead of the Dolphins on March 14, 2006, which is what Bridgewater was likely referring to in his first tweet. 

 

 

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8 minutes ago, LIJetsFan said:

(Also can someone remind we who we chose with the 3rd we got for him?)

The tackle, Chuma Edoga. 

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So would you rather have ANOTHER tackle or Teddy -$7.25 mil?

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1 hour ago, More Cowbell said:

Punts are mostly fair catches because punters can put so much hang time on them. The guy was talked about as a return man, not a punt specialist.  

I think you have it backwards.  Kickoffs are all touchbacks.  The fact that there is a lot of hang time and directional punting makes a punt returner's job more difficult, not impossible.  Any speedster can return kicks.  We have a few, including Cannon.  Punt returns are a skill that is not so easily learned.

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8 hours ago, #27TheDominator said:

Siemian never played for Gase.  Gase left Denver for Chicago in 2015 when they drafted Siemian and won the super bowl.  I don't think it was the same offense either since Kubiak/Dennison came in to replace Fox/Gase.  There was some carry over, like Studesville, the RB coach the Jets interviewed for OC.  I figured Gase just got some info from some scout types that he was friendly with, or remembered Siemian from the pre-draft process, but who knows.  They have never been in the same camp..

Well, sh*t. 

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On 7/10/2019 at 5:07 PM, Jetster said:

Screw straight line speed, when your 5'-7" 173, it's cuts & quick acceleration that matters. I had a friend when I was a kid who could start & stop on a dime. It's about great feet & if he can run great routes & cut on a dime that's much harder to handle. God sakes, Julian Edelman is making a living & winning accolades, Super Bowl MVP because he cuts on a dime. He's definitely NOT the fastest WR in the league but he's almost unstoppable at times. 

Julian Edelman- Kent State QB. You just never know in this league?

welker and chrebet too.  the receivers always have the advantage over the cover guy because they know where they're going so all out speed isn't necessarily the most important criteria.

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