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25 minutes ago, Maxman said:

The Jets are going to give 40 million dollars to a 32 year old receiver who has 800 yards the past two seasons? His last 1,000 yard season was 5 years ago.

Who wrote this article, his agent?

Regardless if it's a good move or not. From a contractual angle, that doesn't mean he's guaranteed $40 mil.

 

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I like the part bolted in red. “Sanders says he’ll play at a high level well into his 30s”

Uh, ok. Let’s give him 50 million. 🙄

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21 minutes ago, LAD_Brooklyn said:

Regardless if it's a good move or not. From a contractual angle, that doesn't mean he's guaranteed $40 mil.

 

Ok. They should structure it this way.

Year one 5 million.

Year two 5 million

Year 3 and 4 will be 15mm each

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Erm, no.

Good player, old, likely to fall apart shortly.

No thank you. Young and hungry is the way to go.

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Old over priced F.A wide receivers, we’ve never been down this road before..

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If you notice these PREDICTIONS, it's always the Jets that should sign old washed up vets for big dollars. 

I don't see JD going old. The only vets signing here will be for team friendly deals. 

I still don't think Anderson sees anything over 10 million & if he does, the guarantees will be much lower. His contract will be interesting no matter who signs him. Is he really a top #2 either? I look at #2s to be sure handed guys that fight for the ball. He's really a #3, a nine route guy that works deep & the sideline. Deebo Samuel is the type of #2 I want, or like Greenbean drafting Pittman in the 3rd, he's the perfect #2 type. 

Im still hoping Dallas reups Dak because if they do, I have no idea how they can resign Cooper. OFFENSE, OFFENSE, OFFENSE this offseason. Just imagining Cooper, Pittman, Crowder, Herndon, Bell lineup. 

SHWING. 

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reason 3652 not to ever listen or read espn.  sanders, imo, is a little too far on the wrong side of 30.  the thing too is if they do sign this guy, they will need to use a pretty high draft pick on a receiver in the draft.  no 5th round reaches.

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20 minutes ago, Jetster said:

If you notice these PREDICTIONS, it's always the Jets that should sign old washed up vets for big dollars. 

I don't see JD going old. The only vets signing here will be for team friendly deals. 

I still don't think Anderson sees anything over 10 million & if he does, the guarantees will be much lower. His contract will be interesting no matter who signs him. Is he really a top #2 either? I look at #2s to be sure handed guys that fight for the ball. He's really a #3, a nine route guy that works deep & the sideline. Deebo Samuel is the type of #2 I want, or like Greenbean drafting Pittman in the 3rd, he's the perfect #2 type. 

Im still hoping Dallas reups Dak because if they do, I have no idea how they can resign Cooper. OFFENSE, OFFENSE, OFFENSE this offseason. Just imagining Cooper, Pittman, Crowder, Herndon, Bell lineup. 

SHWING. 

I think Barnwell is buddies with Bill Simmons.  Basically, they all hate the Jets.  It will be a glorious day (should it come) when the Jets are real contenders and the Pats are back to being what they were pre-BP/BB.  

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1 hour ago, TuscanyTile2 said:

I think Barnwell is buddies with Bill Simmons.  Basically, they all hate the Jets.  It will be a glorious day (should it come) when the Jets are real contenders and the Pats are back to being what they were pre-BP/BB.  

The jets are always the team that these hacks use to plug in the move that they don’t want to slot any other team to do, like sign bell for all this money...so I get it.  Until douglas shows otherwise this is the fair media treatment we get.

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I would do that 4-40 with him. He's more reliable and consistent than Robby and he helped the 49ers a lot after they acquired him. It would be a smart signing. 

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5 minutes ago, Rangers9 said:

I would do that 4-40 with him. He's more reliable and consistent than Robby and he helped the 49ers a lot after they acquired him. It would be a smart signing. 

 

He'd be 35 by the time he hits year 3 of a deal like that.  No thanks.

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9 hours ago, Maxman said:

The Jets are going to give 40 million dollars to a 32 year old receiver who has 800 yards the past two seasons? His last 1,000 yard season was 5 years ago.

Who wrote this article, his agent?

No, just another idiot from ESPN, one of their top people.

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8 minutes ago, jetstream23 said:

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Sanders will come cheaper than Anderson. not as good, but cheaper. That's the important thing. Right.ralph-Kramden-ed-norton.jpg.a1f299b8d892362c06b952774a07cf38.jpg

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13 minutes ago, jetstream23 said:

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9 hours ago, Maxman said:

Who wrote this article, his agent?

Probably.  Most of these types of "this guy might go here" articles are agent-driven.

Additionally, Sanders almost assuredly has no intention of signing with the Jets anyway, we're an agent favorite to use to drive up market price on free agents.

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59 minutes ago, Rangers9 said:

I would do that 4-40 with him. He's more reliable and consistent than Robby and he helped the 49ers a lot after they acquired him. It would be a smart signing. 

What? 

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Who exactly do you guys want on the team?

We only have a few draft picks - you don’t want to keep Robby (wants too much) you don’t want to sign a Sanders (he’s too old) 

What exactly are y’all expecting.  Sanders would be a solid signing and we should keep Robby...with our two TE’sn - if they stay healthy it’ll be a huge upgrade over last year - shore up the o-line as best you can and this is an upgraded team.

There are no silver bullets out there.  This team almost entirely neglected offense for almost a decade.  Not sure what you guys expect.

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4 minutes ago, FidelioJet said:

Who exactly do you guys want on the team?

We only have a few draft picks - you don’t want to keep Robby (wants too much) you don’t want to sign a Sanders (he’s too old) 

What exactly are y’all expecting.  Sanders would be a solid signing and we should keep Robby...with our two TE’sn - if they stay healthy it’ll be a huge upgrade over last year - shore up the o-line as best you can and this is an upgraded team.

There are no silver bullets out there.  This team almost entirely neglected offer for almost a decade.  Not sure what you guys expect.

 

DeMarcus Robinson or Breshad Perriman.  You know, someone who isn't on a steep age-related decline, has shown potential, and whose best years are ahead of them, not behind.  

Hell, Phillip Dorsett does a good bit of what Robby does and would cost less than half of what Robby would.

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3 minutes ago, Jetsfan80 said:

 

DeMarcus Robinson or Breshad Perriman.  You know, someone who isn't on a steep age-related decline, has shown potential, and whose best years are ahead of them, not behind.  

Hell, Phillip Dorsett does a good bit of what Robby does and would cost less than half of what Robby would.

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4 minutes ago, Jetsfan80 said:

 

DeMarcus Robinson or Breshad Perriman.  You know, someone who isn't on a steep age-related decline, has shown potential, and whose best years are ahead of them, not behind.  

Hell, Phillip Dorsett does a good bit of what Robby does and would cost less than half of what Robby would.

Hell, Phillip Dorsett does not even have half the production of what Robby does. Demarcus Robinson plays in a pinball game and has half of that.  I actually find Breshad Perriman somewhat intriguing, but he was the definition of a bust before the last quarter of 2019 and getting yardage in a Bruce Arians offense does not seem particularly unusual. 

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If they're going to target a veteran WR, I'd look at Randall Cobb.  He'll be considerably cheaper and is still good when healthy.

 

 

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If Sanders is part of a FA / draft strategy that provides the team with more than an average upgrade in the WR room, then I'm all for it.  If this is just a cheaper an older replacement for Anderson with no other upgrades, then I don't like it at all. 

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