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Would you trade 2020 1st for OBJ?

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OBJ is an elite NFL WR get the ball in his hands and he is a thoroughbred horse on the football field and  he catches anything thrown his way. 

Cleveland has not been kind to him. 

 

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Go look at his stats when he gets in rhythm with a QB . 1500 yards 13 TD's....we don't need that. 
 
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2 minutes ago, DJF71 said:

We don't need this...

But we could use his offensive productioN it looks to me like even in a bad year this season he would still be our leading WR. 

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Just now, DJF71 said:

How about we find a normal WR that can produce?  Not sure they are out there anymore.

Keyshawn Johnson,Wayne Chrebet,Braylon Edwards,Brandon Marshall,Eric Decker were  the last decent NY Jets WR's we've been terrible at the position since Marshall/Decker were here. 

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2 minutes ago, T0mShane said:

He’s a nutbag and it would seem that he’s checked out in Cleveland. You’ve gotta treat him like JR Smith and let him sign with whatever contender will put up with his bullsh*t. If you bring him to a losing situation, he’s going to make that situation worse. 

I thought we were rebuilding to win. 

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17 minutes ago, RoadFan said:

This appears to be one of the best WR drafts ever.

As long as the Jets don't take Ardarius Stewart instead of Godwin or Golladay... drafting one or two and signing another couple as UDFA's will be suffficent.

Thats the problem the NY Jets past precedence has them doing exactly that, I've seen it all over the years. 

They will decide to take player at a position that shocks the football world and ignore glaring needs. 

Hoping like heck JD changes all that. 

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1 minute ago, ChuckkieB said:

Not enough room in our circus tent for this clown.  Hard pass. 

What circus? 

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1 minute ago, ChuckkieB said:

I'm not sure where to begin.  Have you been watching this team for the last 5 years?  

Yes lately though the circus atmosphere doesn't seem so relevant as it used to be. 

Not being strong at certain positions and having depth at them really isn't a circus its a lack of a competent GM who built this roster. 

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Just now, jetstream23 said:

We can put OBJ's locker right between Chris Herndon and Kelechi Osemele.

I would prefer they put him in Robby Andersons old locker. 

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3 minutes ago, Jetsfan80 said:

 

And we all know OBJ will be a good soldier on a losing team.  Just a perfect saint.  

As @Charlie Brown would say.....good grief!

Aren't we a rebuilding team, building to win. 

Have you guys noticed Bradys drop-off this season if he isn't able to throw to Edlemann he falters. 

Harry and Myers are rookies. 

Need to get Sam Darnold some decent WR's and definitely a #1 

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1 minute ago, Jetsfan80 said:

Which is the exact wrong place for Odell to go.  He needs to go to a team that is already in their Super Bowl window who has enough veteran talent to keep him in check.  Not a 5-11 team that needs to replace its entire OL and has a 22-year old QB.  

Sure thing and leave Sam Darnold throwing to JAG's 

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6 minutes ago, Jetsfan80 said:

Who said he needs to be throwing to JAGs?  This is supposed to be a deep rookie WR class.  

We need a C and OL first and foremost in the draft unless Jeudy is available when we pick. 

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9 minutes ago, Jetsfan80 said:

My plan would be to trade Jamal Adams and possibly trade down as well.  Ideally we end up with at least 6 picks in the first 3 rounds.

No way against trading our best defensive player. 

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Just now, The Crusher said:

Bless Austin is pretty cheap for awhile. No need to consider this. 

He's the 2nd best player on the D. 

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6 minutes ago, JiF said:

Is this actual news or just some made up sh*t?  He is really looking for a trade?  Where is the Bakery Mayflower press conference to denounce him from the team like he did with Duke Johnson?

 

Cleveland Browns: Rumors start again that Odell Beckham wants out

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Odell Beckham’s Browns season is worse than everyone realized

December 8, 2019 | 11:24am

 
 

Odell Beckham and the Browns are in the midst of a miserable season in which they’ve fallen way short of lofty expectations. But one possible reason for Beckham’s underwhelming year has emerged.

The 27-year-old wide receiver has been playing through a sports hernia, according to NFL Network, which described the ailment as “serious and often painful.”

While Beckham hasn’t missed a game, the injury would at least partially explain why Beckham is having such a disappointing first season in Cleveland as he enters Sunday with 57 catches, 805 yards and only two touchdowns.

“[I’ve] been banged up all year since whatever happened in camp,” Beckham said during the week. “Playing through whatever it is, just trying to make it through to Sunday. Any time Sunday comes around, I’m going to give the team everything I have.”

NFL Network reported the hernia will require offseason surgery, but Beckham told ESPN’s Josina Anderson that a surgery decision has not yet been made.

Beckham raised plenty of eyebrows during the week when he suggested his future with the Browns is up in the air, telling reporters, “I couldn’t sit here and tell you whether I’m going to be here, want to be here, don’t want to be here. This is exactly where I’m at now and I wouldn’t rather be anywhere else.”

His attempt to clarify his comments on Twitter but didn’t exactly address what he said. “I NEVER said I was not happy in Cleveland, just like everyone else I’m hopeful for better results. Period. Next story plzz,” Beckham wrote.

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NFL rumors: Shocking trade idea which could send Browns’ Odell Beckham back to NYC

Updated 8:44 AM;Today 8:28 AM 
Odell Beckham

AP

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. could be taking his way out of town.

 
 
 
 

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham is trying to talk his way out of town. Just imagine if he ends up where his NFL journey started.

Beckham, who the New York Giants traded in March, could, in theory, return to MetLife Stadium as a member of the New York Jets, according to SNY’s Ralph Vacchiano.

“As we are watching the game last week, we learned that Odell Beckham, an old friend of New York, is unhappy in Cleveland and might look to be traded during the offseason,” said Vacchiano. “Now, from what I’ve heard, the Cleveland Browns are drawing a line in the sand and are not going to trade him. At least that’s what they say now. But we do know that the Jets need a number one receiver and from what I’m told by people who know Beckham, he is not afraid of a return to New York. That doesn’t mean he wants to come to the Jets. ... The Jets are in a little bit of a rebuilding mode, probably not the winning organization he wants to come to, but if the Jets were aggressive and decided that, 'Hey, the Browns are offering him, let’s see if we can get him," at least they know or should know that Beckham is not soured on the city in a return to this media market just because of his experiences with the Giants."Things haven’t gone well for Beckham during his first season in Cleveland. He has 59 receptions for 844 yards, but just two touchdowns. Plus, the Browns, who had been hyped before the season as a Super Bowl contender, are close to being eliminated from playoff contention with a 6-7 record heading into Week 15.

On Sunday, FOX Sports’ Jay Glazer reported Beckham wants out. He didn’t want to land with the Browns in the first place, according to Glazer, and Beckham has been telling opposing coaches and players before and during games this season to “come get me.”

According to NFL Network, Beckham has been playing through a hernia this season and will require surgery in the offseason. So durability will be a question for any team considering a Beckham trade. And all that drama stuff should be a factor as well.

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2 minutes ago, Bleedin Green said:

There's not a single thing we've seen that would suggest either Douglas

What actually have you seen public from JD that would give you an opinion on anything related to his longterm plans here. 

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1 minute ago, Bleedin Green said:

The situations with both Osemele and Adams would already seem to suggest he has no interest in even dealing with headcases who have only a fraction of the crazy of Beckham.  Not to mention, ya know, the whole thing of his entire career being part of front offices who don't typically put up with that crap.

Adams?  This is a non story talk is cheap let's discuss further if and when he actually trades Adams. 

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Just now, Bleedin Green said:

I'm talking about when Adams threw his little temper tantrum and Douglas refused to publicly acknowledge it.

JD has refused to acknowledge anything pubicaly all season. 

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