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That Sam Darnold played "horrible" today is a complete and utter farce.

Did he play great? No.

Did he play good? No.

Did he play mediocre? Yes.

 

Discuss.  People are idiots.

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So we''re not trading him for a 2nd round pick next year?

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The jets should have scored 42 points today but we only scored 22 cause darnold was awful.

But please open more threads about this if it makes you feel better.

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1 minute ago, Joe W. Namath said:

The jets should have scored 42 points today but we only scored 22 cause darnold was awful.

But please open more threads about this if it makes you feel better.

I will.

I will.

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2 minutes ago, Joe W. Namath said:

The jets should have scored 42 points today but we only scored 22 cause darnold was awful.

But please open more threads about this if it makes you feel better.

He can play awful every game if he leads a 4th quarter game winning drives

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If sam darnold plays like he did today against any of the next 3 defenses he faces, we are going to lose by 3 tds.

Todays game was super concerning because this week and last week were 2 of the worst defenses in the league.  He needed to show us major progress against these little sisters of the poor and he didnt.

And now, starting thursday night, he is going to sh!t the bed for 3 straight weeks.  And its going to be uglier then the ghosts game.

Im highly concerned about how bad he is going to be and wont be surprise at all if they come up w/ another “fake” injury so he doesnt have to get embarassed out there.

 

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8 minutes ago, Prestige Worldwide said:

The Jets won. Sam played well enough to win. I don't get the problem either.  

It amazes me that everyone bitches about the how the Jets have bottom 5 roster, but somehow Darnold and Gase should overcome that. And since they aren't, they are awful. Lol

I'm happy the Jets have more wins than last year. That moving in the right direction to me

Nothing is going to be done or really evaluated until the end of the 2020-2021 season.  New OL.  More weapons.  Year 3 for Darnold. Year 2 for Gase.  Everyone needs to STFU.  

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5 minutes ago, Joe W. Namath said:

If sam darnold plays like he did today against any of the next 3 defenses he faces, we are going to lose by 3 tds.

Todays game was super concerning because this week and last week were 2 of the worst defenses in the league.  He needed to show us major progress against these little sisters of the poor and he didnt.

And now, starting thursday night, he is going to sh!t the bed for 3 straight weeks.  And its going to be uglier then the ghosts game.

Im highly concerned about how bad he is going to be and wont be surprise at all if they come up w/ another “fake” injury so he doesnt have to get embarassed out there.

 

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5 minutes ago, Joe W. Namath said:

If sam darnold plays like he did today against any of the next 3 defenses he faces, we are going to lose by 3 tds.

Todays game was super concerning because this week and last week were 2 of the worst defenses in the league.  He needed to show us major progress against these little sisters of the poor and he didnt.

And now, starting thursday night, he is going to sh!t the bed for 3 straight weeks.  And its going to be uglier then the ghosts game.

Im highly concerned about how bad he is going to be and wont be surprise at all if they come up w/ another “fake” injury so he doesnt have to get embarassed out there.

 

you're a Jets fan? Christ.

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Isnt overcoming a sub par performance to win a game in the end a good thing? It should be looked at as a positive. 

I can guarantee 90% of this board (myself included) thought the jets were going to lose after Miami took the lead. 

I'm sorry if Sam disappointed everyone else. I was happy with him learning to get it done on the end. 

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13 minutes ago, Joe W. Namath said:

The jets should have scored 42 points today but we only scored 22 cause darnold was awful.

But please open more threads about this if it makes you feel better.

Don't tell people what they can and can't do here. Not even if you are joking.

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1 minute ago, southtown24th said:

Nothing is going to be done or really evaluated until the end of the 2020-2021 season.  New OL.  More weapons.  Year 3 for Darnold. Year 2 for Gase.  Everyone needs to STFU.  

I'm with you my man. 

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1 minute ago, Maxman said:

Don't tell people what they can and can't do here. Not even if you are joking.

thank you, appreciate it.  that's your job.

sick of this guy.  he needs a time out.

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Just now, Prestige Worldwide said:

I'm with you my man. 

Let's be honest: this season was off kilter out of the gate with all the injuries/issues.  Give Gase a full year.  Give Sam a full year with Gase.  Get some OL in here.  Get this roster healthy and STFU.  Jesus.  People are delusional. 

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12 minutes ago, joewilly12 said:

The hidden beauty of Sam Darnold’s clutch Jets comeback

December 8, 2019 | 8:13pm

 

The finish was a good start.

If Sam Darnold is going to realize the lofty potential the Jets drafted him for at No. 3 overall in 2018, he’ll need more of what he delivered Sunday at MetLife Stadium: A clutch fourth-quarter comeback drive that sent the Jets home 22-21 winners.

It was not a work of art. The game, in fact, resembled a pillow fight at times between the tanking Dolphins, who are now 3-10, and the Jets, who are 5-8.

But the end result is all that matters.

And the way it was done — Darnold and the Jets taking over possession of the ball trailing 21-19 with 1:29 remaining in the game and no timeouts — can do nothing but boost the confidence of the young, developing quarterback when he steps under center for the next comeback opportunity.

“We work on that so much in the offseason and in practice and to be able to execute that in a real game is huge for our confidence,’’ Darnold, who finished 20 of 36 for 270 yards, two TDs and an INT, said.

 

 

Fourth-quarter comebacks have defined some of the greatest quarterbacks to ever play the game. Peyton Manning is the NFL’s all-time leader bringing his team back from a fourth-quarter deficit to win, having done it 54 times in his brilliant career.

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The players who follow Manning on that stat sheet are no slouches themselves: Drew Brees has 50, Dan Marino 47, Tom Brady 44, Brett Favre 43, Ben Roethlisberger 42, John Elway 40 and Johnny Unitas 38.

The common denominator among those eight players: If they’re not already in the Hall of Fame, they’re headed there.

Sunday was the third such fourth-quarter comeback victory of Darnold’s young career, which is only 23 starts old.

He led the Jets to a 27-23 win over the Bills last season with the game-winning touchdown scored with 1:17 remaining. And he led the Jets to 10 fourth-quarter points earlier this season in a 34-27 win over the Giants.

The Jets’ all-time leader in fourth-quarter comeback victories is Joe Namath with nine. Ken O’Brien has eight, Vinny Testaverde five and Chad Pennington and Mark Sanchez each have four.

So, Darnold doesn’t have a large hill to climb in the Jets’ record books to overcome those players. And, if you listen to his teammates, you get the feeling that there will be plenty more to follow.

“He was in total control,’’ receiver Demaryius Thomas said.

“He was poised,’’ receiver Jamison Crowder said.

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“He treated it literally just like practice,’’ left tackle Kelvin Beachum said.

“Sam was the same as he was every other drive,’’ center Jonotthan Harrison said. “That’s a good thing about Sam — he doesn’t fluctuate with his personality and demeanor.’’

The comeback drive was ignited by a 37-yard pass play to receiver Vyncint Smith on the first play of the series to give the Jets a first down at the Miami 38-yard line. Other than Sam Ficken’s game-winning 44-yard field goal as time expired, it was the play of the game.

“That play was a game-changer for us,’’ Harrison said.

There was some nuanced hidden beauty to that play that accentuated Darnold’s development.

Two possessions earlier, Darnold had a third-and-6 pass intended for Crowder batted away by blitzing cornerback Nik Needham, forcing the Jets to punt and leading to a Dolphins drive that would end in a field goal to give them an 18-16 lead with 6:59 remaining in the game.

On that pivotal 37-yard Smith catch-and-run play, the Dolphins ran the same cornerback blitz with Needham charging from Darnold’s right and Darnold this time recognized it more quickly and got the ball out to Smith over the outstretched arms of Needham.

“He was alert, because they did that play before and [Darnold] didn’t see it and [Needham] batted it down,’’ Thomas said. “That’s big for him, especially for a young guy. It gives him more confidence. It makes him grow faster.’’

Another hidden nugget to the story is the fact that Darnold played against Needham in high school — Darnold at San Clemente in California and Needham, who’s a rookie this season, at Buena Park.

Harrison said Darnold recognizing that same Needham blitz play and beating it when it counted most “shows his maturity and it shows his potential.’’

Darnold has thrown nine TD passes to only two INTs in the Jets’ past five games, four of which have been wins.

“He’s a player,’’ Crowder said. “He’s a baller. And he’s only going to get better with experience. I’m excited to play alongside him. We’re going to go as far as he takes us

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Kind of amazing that this doesn’t mention that he took a sack on third down with less than a minute remaining and no timeouts that pushed the LOS nearly back to midfield. 

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1 minute ago, Maxman said:

So there are a lot of people saying you are a troll account. Based on posts like this, it is hard to argue with them.

A players performance is something that can always and will always be debated.

But saying that this kid is going to fake an injury because he is scared? Don't post garbage like that on this site. Complete garbage.

give him a time out.  it's time.

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1 minute ago, dbatesman said:

Kind of amazing that this doesn’t mention that he took a sack on third down with less than a minute remaining and no timeouts that pushed the LOS nearly back to midfield. 

And?

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1 minute ago, southtown24th said:

Let's be honest: this season was off kilter out of the gate with all the injuries/issues.  Give Gase a full year.  Give Sam a full year with Gase.  Get some OL in here.  Get this roster healthy and STFU.  Jesus.  People are delusional. 

But let's fire Gase and have our young QB learn his 3rd offense in 3 years, that's a much better idea

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1 minute ago, Prestige Worldwide said:

But let's fire Gase and have our young QB learn his 3rd offense in 3 years, that's a much better idea

people are very stupid.  i mean, really stupid.

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2 minutes ago, southtown24th said:

And?

And he was bailed out by a shaky PI call from the booth on the ensuing 4th and 17

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2 minutes ago, southtown24th said:

people are very stupid.  i mean, really stupid.

Let's calm down with this stuff. 

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4 minutes ago, Maxman said:

So there are a lot of people saying you are a troll account. Based on posts like this, it is hard to argue with them.

A players performance is something that can always and will always be debated.

But saying that this kid is going to fake an injury because he is scared? Don't post garbage like that on this site. Complete garbage.

No.  I dont think darnold would do that.  I do think the organization would if he had another ghost game thursday night on national tv and we corned about him mentally.

 

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1 minute ago, dbatesman said:

And he was bailed out by a shaky PI call from the booth on the ensuing 4th and 17

shaky? hahaha.  shaky. 

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Just now, dbatesman said:

And he was bailed out by a shaky PI call from the booth on the ensuing 4th and 17

Wasn't the first a a team in this league got bailed out on a shaky call, wont be the last. 

Isnt it nice that it actually happened in our favor for once. 

And it's even Steven for that BS roughing call from Fitz. 

At least it really was PI. The defender clearly grabbed and spun our guy. 

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