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Here's how this story started today:

(At about 12:40pm at Redskins HQ, Bruce Allen turns on NFLN and spits coffee across the room) "Gettleman gave the Jets WHAT for Leonard Williams?????

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I felt sorry for myself because my favorite NFL team was owned by the Johnsons, until I realized that the Redskins were owned by Daniel Snyder.  

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As much as Trent Williams would help us out the Jets are sellers not buyers at the moment. Meaning any trade we make we should be looking to acquire picks not give them up for a player 

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If we were able to flip the third we got for Leonard Williams or Trent Williams than I'd consider it but a contender is going to throw a much higher pick at the Redskins for him. If you are New England then why not just give your first rounder for him?

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10 minutes ago, carlito1171 said:

As much as Trent Williams would help us out the Jets are sellers not buyers at the moment. Meaning any trade we make we should be looking to acquire picks not give them up for a player 

We are looking to acquire picks to add much needed talent. The biggest area of need is offensive line and probably left tackle. So we should 100% be active in trying to upgrade the oline whether it be through the draft or trade.

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2 minutes ago, Barry McCockinner said:

We are looking to acquire picks to add much needed talent. The biggest area of need is offensive line and probably left tackle. So we should 100% be active in trying to upgrade the oline whether it be through the draft or trade.

The Rams signed an older but capably Andrew Whitworth to protect Goff.  He may not be perfect but took them to the Super Bowl last year.  

Whitworth cost them money, not a draft pick.

The Jets need to protect Darnold. That is the only position group I am buying now.  Trent Williams could work, but trading for him with the Redskins could be frustrating.  He should free up.  

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Give them the 3rd we just got for Leo.
Paves the way for us to solve the LT position for the next 3 years, use our 1st rounder on a receiver like Jeudy/Lamb/Higgins, and we still have our 2nd-6th round picks and roughly $50 million in FA to further address the OL and other areas.
Or we can use our first round pick on a left tackle solving the position hopefully for the next decade plus and let darnold make his weapons instead of letting the weapons make the qb?

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He’s the guy mad at his team for how they handled his injury right?

 

lol he ain’t coming here after osemele 

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Even if he only lasts 3 years, it's worth it. We're in dangerous terrority risking Darnold injury and/or permanent happy feet. Protect him at all costs, or be prepared to start that QB search back to square one.
We can always sit darnold for the year and let him learn from the bench. I am sure this is an unpopular opinion but there is some value in learning from the sidelines. Gotta be more value in that than letting him get slaughtered over and over again.

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1 hour ago, Beerfish said:

I am one of the smallest Jamal adams fans but no chance i would deal him for williams alone let alone add picks.

We don’t want old players. No way. This is a full blown rebuild. 

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I say let the Browns sign him. How awesome will it be when OBJ, Landry, and Mayfield heads all blow up by seasons end and William's asks to be traded again. 

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1 hour ago, BigRy56 said:

If we were able to flip the third we got for Leonard Williams or Trent Williams than I'd consider it but a contender is going to throw a much higher pick at the Redskins for him. If you are New England then why not just give your first rounder for him?

If the Pat's give a #1 for Trent, BB is also retiring and the fire sale has begun.

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The Jets have so many needs that giving away multiple high picks for an older OT that’s missed games isn’t a good idea. 
If they had a solid oline and adding Williams would help them go farther into the playoffs then yes. 

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Well the guys a player but he is on the wrong side of 30. No more OL guys that are used up and heading for the breakdown lane. It's the time to trade away guys not add more dead weight. Jets aren't going anywhere this year. Time to get what you can and build for next year.

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Worth picking up the phone and asking what they want. I wouldn’t offer anything more than a 3rd like Untouchable said earlier. 

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Hell no hard pass

its like buying a mercedes with 250k miles. Sure its a quality machine and looks great but it not gonna run forever

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I was on this train B4 the season started, then I got to watch this sorry azz team & the holes everywhere. Signing a guy that's going to be 32 that hasn't finished a full season in years is asinine. 2 year rebuild with 2nd half of next season upswing. Draft Andrews if we're can, sign Scherff, move up to draft Biadasz, sign Amari Cooper if Dallas can't, draft a WR stud with our High 2. 

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sh*t, the dude's 31? I didn't realize he was that old. And he hasn't played a full season since 2013.

I'm not sure how he grades out when he actually plays as I don't have access to PFF or anything like that.

Seeing as Nick Mangold retired when he was, what, 32, and D'Brickashaw retired a year younger than that, I think, and Trent is already 31 and can't stay healthy?

Hard pass for me; unless we get him for a bag of balls.

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6 hours ago, varjet said:

The Rams signed an older but capably Andrew Whitworth to protect Goff.  He may not be perfect but took them to the Super Bowl last year.  

Whitworth cost them money, not a draft pick.

The Jets need to protect Darnold. That is the only position group I am buying now.  Trent Williams could work, but trading for him with the Redskins could be frustrating.  He should free up.  

4 years ago we passed on Whitworth because he was 34

 

 

That really worked out well

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7 hours ago, Philc1 said:

Why?  You don’t want to upgrade at a actual position of value?

Absolutely.....but trading a good young safety on a rookie contract for a beat up 31 year old LT is not how to do it.

 

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Pass. Let’s draft our LT with our 1st. There’s 2 maybe 3 guys that’ll be worth drafting at our spot. 
Trent is 31 years old

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I can go both ways on this.

For the RIGHT price (3rd rd DP or lower) I could see doing this to help Sam this year, AND be around next year AFTER we draft our long-term answer at LT to both mentor the pick and perhaps hold the fort til they're ready to assume full time duty.

But I would not trade a 1st or 2nd rd DP on this team right now for TW...there are plenty of other teams that will do that to assist in this yrs playoff race.

So, it ain't gonna happen anyway.

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Osemele was supposed to help this OL, but he made it way worse because he is a broken down player. PASS!!

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10 hours ago, carlito1171 said:

As much as Trent Williams would help us out the Jets are sellers not buyers at the moment. Meaning any trade we make we should be looking to acquire picks not give them up for a player 

The Jets should only be looking at  adding young players that can be difference makers.  ( that will be around when Jets are ready to win). Trent Williams makes zero sense for the Jets now.    ( lost season)
 

Can’t get that kind of young player, than they should be sellers.   Trading players who might have value , but your organization doesn’t  see the player in their teams long term plans.

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5 hours ago, DJF71 said:

Osemele was supposed to help this OL, but he made it way worse because he is a broken down player. PASS!!

Osemele was a mediocre guard 

 

Williams is an elite Left Tackle

 

Apples and oranges

 

 

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